Australia’s highest International Yoga Day Event at Mt Buller
bella - July 13th, 2016
Mt Buller will play host to a brand new event on the snow season calendar, celebrating the International Day of Yoga on Sunday, 26 June. Visitors can enjoy a free yoga class in a stunning alpine environment on top of the world, making it Australia’s highest International Day of Yoga event for the year.
The International Day of Yoga was declared by Hon’ble Indian Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi and traditionally takes place on 21 June, the Summer Solstice.
Providing a holistic approach to health and wellbeing, Ella McRae from Fields of Yoga in Mansfield will offer a free one hour Vinyasa Flow yoga class to all who wish to join in on Sunday. Visitors will be able to participate in the free class at 10.30am on the deck at Alpine Central, with spectacular views of the surrounding mountains.
Gillian Dobson, Group Manager of Marketing, Sales and Events at Mt Buller Mt Stirling Resort Management said the International Day of Yoga is a great way to shake off the winter blues. “We are very excited to be putting on such a fun and unique event. It gives us the opportunity to provide our visitors with another activity that gets them in touch with their inner wellbeing and spiritual side.
“Yoga is a popular both here in Australia and around the world. So we encourage all of our guests put on their active wear and participate in a world-wide phenomenon right here in our backyard – or slide in after a ski and you can even do it in ski gear!”
Limited mats will be available for people who don’t have their own and participants are encouraged to dress appropriately according to Mt Buller’s wintery conditions. Should poor conditions prevail on the day; the class will be conducted in the Alpine Central Sports Hall, Level 2, at 10.30am.
For further information on the event visit the Events calendar at mtbuller.com.au.
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