A collective, meditative calm will descend upon Toronto’s culture and entertainment hub this summer, when the Yoga In The Square series launches at Yonge and Dundas Square.
This is the first year for the weekly outdoor yoga program, and it is a part of a diverse list of events scheduled for Y and D Square over the coming months.
With more and more Torontonians frequenting yoga studios everyday, the opportunity to take your practice outside at Yoga In The Square is an appealing one. And to get to do so on the city’s most vibrant and welcoming public space is sure to inspire.
Lululemon is providing yoga mats at no charge, and the iconic Canadian company will also be enlisting the ambassadors, or instructors, for each week’s session. The instructors all hail from Toronto, but teach in a variety of styles from around the world.
The twelve sessions will be held on Mondays from 12PM until 1PM, starting on June 18th and running up until Labour Day. The sessions are free of charge, and everyone is welcome, irrespective of his or her age and ability. In fact, the organizers believe that Yoga In The Square is a great opportunity for yoga beginners to learn the basics, and seasoned practitioners to deepen their connection to the core principles of yoga.
This commitment to community spirit and wellness is one we take to heart at Panda, and it’s reflected in our choices of building location and design. Panda puts residents steps away from the cultural and lifestyle offerings of Yonge and Dundas Square. And we are proud to offer amenities that also service the mind and body, like our state of the art yoga and gym studio.
For more information on Yoga In The Square or any of the wonderful events upcoming at Yonge and Dundas Square, visit: https://www.ydsquare.ca/home-stories/yds-programming.html