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Graduate Yoga Studies in the LMU Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts invites you to the 11th Annual LMU Yoga Day, a free celebration of Yoga traditions, experiences, and its many expressions. We are thrilled to welcome special musical guests, expert movement and meditation teachers, and presenters well-trained in diverse spiritual traditions.

This year's theme When Shanti Changes Systems: Yoga as a Force for Liberating All Beings builds upon essential conversations, such as how to make Yoga accessible for all and how Yoga can be a vehicle for social justice. As always, the event is completely free and open to the public. Practitioners and non-practitioners of all levels, backgrounds, and social identities are welcome to join us in community (sangha). Explore āsana practice, meditation sessions, music, participate in philosophical discussions, and more!

Visit the Yoga Day Web site for additional information.

To Attend
This event is open to the public; RSVP is requested (click Register button). Please contact Iyanna Newborn, program administrator for Graduate Yoga Studies, at Iyanna.Newborn@lmu.edu with any questions.

About Graduate Yoga Studies
The Graduate Yoga Studies Program at Loyola Marymount University provides deep study of the Yoga tradition from multiple perspectives through a Master of Arts degree. The graduate program is designed to help students explore Yoga's rich history, its relationship to religion and spirituality, and Yogic philosophy. Students study primary classical texts, learn the Sanskrit language, explore the health benefits of physical practice, and look at the placement of modern Yoga in today's world. The Graduate Yoga Studies program is designed to meet the needs of Yoga students and teachers who are seeking to enhance their knowledge in both theory and application.

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