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DC Yoga Community to Host Yoga Ball 2013 for Inauguration
Leave the fancy gown at home for this yoga-centric inaugural celebration. By Melissa Romero
The DC yoga community will host its first inauguration ball on January 20, 2013. Photograph of outdoor yoga class at the Washington Monument courtesy of Flickr user lululemon athletica.
Comments () | Published January 14, 2013

If chefs can have their own inaugural ball, then so can yogis.

The yoga community is celebrating inauguration 2013 with its first-ever inaugural event, Yoga Ball 2013. The local yoga community is hosting the Sunday-night event in partnership with Off the Mat and Into the World (OTM) and YogaVotes, two organizations that also held a nonpartisan campaign in DC in October to encourage yogis to get out and vote

“Our goal is to offer the community here in the nation’s capital a chance to set the most positive intention possible for the new term, in hopes for a productive and cooperative future for local and national governments,” says event founder and director Ajay Bhatt.

But don’t expect long gowns and caviar. The event begins with a yoga asana practice led by DC instructor Faith Hunter of Embrace Yoga, followed by a vegetarian meal prepared by DC Central Kitchen. The night ends with live music performed by local musicians and a meditation.

Tickets are $50 in advance and $60 at the door. The event will take place at St. Francis Hall (1340 Quincy St., NE) on January 20, beginning at 4 PM. Visit the event’s website for more information. 

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  • Yoga Love

    As a yoga instructor I believe Yoga i the best discipline which can make our life harmonious, happy and peaceful.

    Nayeema Akter
    www.anamayaresort.com

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