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Covering Concepts Hosts Yoga And Well-Being Retreat For UAE Residents

Yoga and Meditation Aalmeen News

Celebrating International Day of Yoga; the free to attend retreat will include yoga sessions and activities focusing on overall well-being To commemorate International Yoga Day, Covering Concepts will host its second edition half a day Yoga and
'Celebrating International Day of Yoga; the free to attend retreat will include yoga sessions and activities focusing on overall well-being To commemorate International Yoga Day, Covering Concepts will host its second edition half a day Yoga and Well-being retreat on June 20, 2019 at their studio at Dubai Design District (9 – 2 pm) – with an aim to promote happiness, physical and mental health, and productivity. The half a day retreat will include five sessions from well-known international yoga and well-being experts – Maria Paz, Rajeev Daswani, Zarine Dadachanji, Basma Saimua and Meetu Singh. The sessions will feature techniques on how to de-stress; cope with depression / anxiety; Sound journey; Celebrate Love and Life; and an interactive talk on creating a positive workplace culture. In addition, Eupepsia Wellness Clinic will provide analysis on hair and skin, body physiotherapy assessment and diet management sessions. The sessions will conclude with a quick massage by Altitude Spa leaving participants completely rejuvenated. Jay Vasu, Director – Covering Concepts said, “Dubai is the first city in the world to commemorate the International Day of Yoga. Yoga is an excellent way to approach an individual’s health and happiness.  We would like to invite everyone to participate and adopt a more holistic approach towards life.” Held in collaboration with A Happiness centre, Miss Palatable, Altitude Spa, Nab Drinks, Pistachino, Eupepsia and Jackfruit 365; the free to attend retreat will be held at Studio# 107, Building 5, Dubai Design District. Note: There is an email link embedded within this post, please visit this post to email it.'

Covering Concepts Hosts Yoga And Well-Being Retreat For UAE Residents

Yoga and Meditation Aalmeen News

Celebrating International Day of Yoga; the free to attend retreat will include yoga sessions and activities focusing on overall well-being To commemorate International Yoga Day, Covering Concepts will host its second edition half a day Yoga and
'Celebrating International Day of Yoga; the free to attend retreat will include yoga sessions and activities focusing on overall well-being To commemorate International Yoga Day, Covering Concepts will host its second edition half a day Yoga and Well-being retreat on June 20, 2019 at their studio at Dubai Design District (9 – 2 pm) – with an aim to promote happiness, physical and mental health, and productivity. The half a day retreat will include five sessions from well-known international yoga and well-being experts – Maria Paz, Rajeev Daswani, Zarine Dadachanji, Basma Saimua and Meetu Singh. The sessions will feature techniques on how to de-stress; cope with depression / anxiety; Sound journey; Celebrate Love and Life; and an interactive talk on creating a positive workplace culture. In addition, Eupepsia Wellness Clinic will provide analysis on hair and skin, body physiotherapy assessment and diet management sessions. The sessions will conclude with a quick massage by Altitude Spa leaving participants completely rejuvenated. Jay Vasu, Director – Covering Concepts said, “Dubai is the first city in the world to commemorate the International Day of Yoga. Yoga is an excellent way to approach an individual’s health and happiness.  We would like to invite everyone to participate and adopt a more holistic approach towards life.” Held in collaboration with A Happiness centre, Miss Palatable, Altitude Spa, Nab Drinks, Pistachino, Eupepsia and Jackfruit 365; the free to attend retreat will be held at Studio# 107, Building 5, Dubai Design District.   When:  Thursday – June 20, 2019 Where: Covering Concept Studio# 107, Building 5, Dubai Design District Cost: Free 9:00 – 10:00 am: De-stress through Yoga with Maria Paz. Learn new mindfulness techniques to help manage daily stress and enrich the quality of life. 10:00 – 11:00 am: Creating positive workplace atmosphere. A fun-filled interactive session with Rajeev Daswani & Maria Paz 11:00 – 12:00 pm: Sound Journey with Zarine Dadachanji. Experience relaxation with the sounds of the ancient Gong. 12:00 –1:00 pm: Coping with depression & anxiety through Yoga with Basma Saimua. Learn techniques to relax yourself from anxiety using Yoga 1:00 – 2:00 pm: Love & Life Celebration with Meetu Singh. It will help develop deep self-love while relaxing your body and mind. Note: There is an email link embedded within this post, please visit this post to email it.'

Five things to do in Montreal during the long weekend: June 21-24

Yoga and Meditation Montreal Gazette

From celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day to outdoor yoga: There's something for everyone to do this long weekend in Montreal.
'You can celebrate and honour Indigenous Peoples Day by going to Parc Arthur-Therrien between 3 and 8 p.m. on June 21. There are four different scheduled performances to go along with planned workshops and activities, such as an opportunity to practise your archery skills. A barbecue is also scheduled to take place. Read More'

#ICYMI: Bill 21, cab drivers, cat yoga, more news

Yoga and Meditation Montreal Gazette

April 15, 2019: Here are some of Monday's top stories on the Gazette site.
'Here are some of Monday’s top stories on the Gazette site.Bill 21It was an emotional moment Monday as Montreal city council unanimously adopted a bipartisan declaration affirming citizens’ right to job opportunities and professional advancement whatever their faith or the religious symbols they choose to wear. More here.***The Legault government should do its homework and demonstrate how public employees wearing religious symbols compromise the neutrality of the state, Québec solidaire said on Monday. More here.***EnvironmentQuebec-based Metro grocery stores announced Monday that starting April 22, it will allow customers to bring their own containers or resealable plastic bags for items they buy in the meat, fish, bakery, deli or prepared food departments. Columnist Allison Hanes comments.EducationNow that Education Minister Jean-François Roberge has threatened to block the transfer of a special-needs school to a French school board, the English Montreal School Board is scrambling to come up with a new plan to transfer or share under-utilized east-end schools with the Commission Scolaire de la Pointe-de-l’Île. More here.CourtsThe former president of a construction company admitted on Monday that he killed Laval resident Domenico Iacono three years ago because he felt the homicide victim was shaking him down for money in a failed attempt to flip real estate. More here.MétroTo deter commuters from hopping over métro turnstiles or onto buses without paying, Montreal city councillor Marvin Rotrand is calling on the city’s transit authority to increase inspections and publish figures on the prevalence of transit fraud. More here.Taxi driversAs protests by Quebec’s cab drivers continue over the Legault government’s proposed reform of the taxi industry, Transport Minister François Bonnardel tried on Monday morning to sweeten that reform with an additional $260 million in financial aid. More here.Cat yoga?'

Watch: Cat yoga? Well, sort of

Yoga and Meditation Montreal Gazette

Adoptable cats from the SPCA charmed attendees at a yoga class in Montreal early in the morning on Sunday, April 14.
'Adoptable cats from the SPCA charmed attendees at a yoga class in Montreal early in the morning on Sunday, April 14.Jackson Galaxy, host of Animal Planet’s “My Cat From Hell,” cat wellness consultant and two-time NY Times best-selling author, made an appearance as the keynote speaker at the National Animal Welfare Conference, now in its sixth year.'