Come celebrate June's full moon with a FREE candlelight yoga class, taught by the one-&-only Rich Logan. When you’re done, stick around for the Full Moon Fire Jam, a monthly celebration that brings together a diverse community of performers, musicians, and spectators.
Wear comfortable clothes and bring a mat if you can. Some yoga mats provided, first come. Free Moksha class cards and other give-aways.
Between Foster Ave and Lawrence Ave on the Lakefront. ¼ mile south of the Foster Ave Turf Fields on the lakefront. We are NOT! at Foster Ave Beach - We are South of the beach, on the east side of the lakefront trail, in the big field. Approximate address: 5100N & Lake Shore Drive 60640.
Also, ask one of our EY team members about the Sukhava Bodhe Yoga & Music Festival (https://www.facebook.com/sukhavabodhefestival?fref=ts), taking place Labor Day Weekend, August 29-September 1, in Dekalb at the historic Stone House Farm and Eco Retreat Sanctuary (https://www.facebook.com/stonehousefarmretreat?fref=ts) . Sukhava Bodhe, which means Joyful Awakening, features four days of yoga, movement, meditation, wisdom talks, camping, artisans, dancing, sustainable community, live music, & love!
About Everybody Yoga:
Everybody Yoga is a free program started by Moksha Yoga Center to share yoga’s immense benefits with the entire community. Throughout the year, Moksha will host free yoga classes in parks, on beaches, at festivals, and other beautiful places in Chicago. To join the Free Everybody Yoga page and get updates on Free Moksha yoga events throughout the city, join our group: www.facebook.com/groups/EverybodyYoga
For more info about Moksha and for class schedules, visit: www.mokshayoga.com
About the Full Moon Jam:
The Chicago Full Moon Jams began in 2004 with a group of friends coming together to celebrate a birthday. Since then, it has grown into a monthly celebration, bringing together a diverse community of performers, musicians, and spectators. Once the sun sets, dozens of fire dancers perform to music provided by local percussionists, using performance tools such a s poi (a set of chains with weighted ends), staff, hula hoops, and fans. Fire spinners include everyone from hobbyists to professional performance artists. For more info on the FMJ, visit: http://www.fullmoonjam.org/