International Yoga Day 2017 London - Free Event


21st June is the United Nations International Yoga Day. You are invited to join us for World Yoga Day Celebrations in London, organized by Hale Clinic, Europe’s largest holistic health treatment Clinic, in conjunction with Bhakti Marga, UK. We will be offering free public talks and workshops on yoga and meditation followed by a short practice session. The events would be led by our highly experienced Yoga and meditation teachers and would be great opportunity for someone new to Yoga or Meditation practices.

Whether you want to learn how to heal and build a healthier body, meditate to find inner peace and de-stress, open up your heart to deeper layers of happiness and love or explore the more spiritual and mystical side of yoga, the Hale Clinic has something on offer for everyone. Feel free to bring your friends along while we Celebrate International Yoga Day 2017 in London.

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Please find the details of the Yoga day event below.

When: 21 JUNE 2017

Where: Hale Clinic,7 Park Crescent, London W1B 1PF


10.00 & 19.40 – Simply Meditation
Quick and easy techniques to calm the mind, de-stress and experience more love

10.45 & 17.30 – Project Mantra
A chanting practice to quiet the mind, open the heart and connect with the Divine.

11.30 & 19.45 – OM Chanting
Activate self-healing of your body, mind, spirit and the environment & transform negativity into positivity.

12.15 & 18.55 – Atma Kriya Yoga
The most powerful spiritual yoga practice available to connect you with your Soul and develop a relationship with the Divine.

13.00 & 20.45 – Meet the Teachers
Our teachers will be available to answer any questions about yoga and meditation and the courses we offer.

16.30 – Babaji’s Surya Namaskar
A complete physical workout in 10-15 minutes, equivalent to 45 minutes of hatha yoga.

REGISTER NOW. Limited spaces available.


Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi requested U.N and other world leaders in September 2014 to declare a World Yoga Day. Recognizing its universal appeal, on 11 December 2014, the United Nations unanimously declared 21st June as International Yoga Day and is currently backed by more than 174 states. As mentioned by Indian Prime Minister, Yoga is unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfillment and a holistic approach to health and well-being. Last Year, a staggering 35,985 people took part in the Yoga day celebrations organized by Modi and created a world record for the largest Yoga lesson.