Join us at Post Office Square for Boston International Day of Yoga. We will also stream the event online, so you can attend virtually.
About this event
Finally, Let’s Come Together!
Since International Yoga Day began in 2015, YogaHub has brought the Boston yoga community together. This year, we invite families and friends to gather in Post Office Square and enjoy the practice that elevates the mind, body, and spirit. For those who can’t attend Yoga Day in person, we will be live-streaming our event, so you can join us from the comfort of your home.
All of us have been through massive changes in the past 14 months; let’s take a moment to catch our breath, honor what is gone, and welcome this new beginning with purpose and direction.
This year’s Yoga Day experience begins with journaling and intention-setting. Upon signing up, all students will receive a Yoga Day Guide that invites them to move through the thoughts, feelings, and circumstances that have arrived in the past year, and those that inspire the road ahead.
We’ll “join forces” in an outdoor gathering on Monday, June 21st, which is the longest day of the year, and also when cities all around the world observe Yoga Day. Bring your yoga mat and Yoga Day Guide, or have your intentions fresh in your mind. Students are welcome to congregate on the grass before practice to enjoy the space and connect with each other.
What To Expect:
Practice begins promptly at 5:30 pm, when YogaHub Founder, Ali Singer, will lead an all-levels vinyasa practice, uniting us with breath with poses to cultivate a meditative state of mind within ourselves and amongst each other. Ali will offer meditation and yoga philosophy to inspire a journey that takes you from where you are now, to a fresh start for this new beginning that we all share. We’ll conclude practice with total stillness and relaxation.
After class, students are invited to submit their new intentions in a digital time capsule, to reflect back on and begin a new cycle next year.
As the city of Boston begins to open up, join us! The time has come to celebrate life and human connection.