Second Annual Peace Love RVA Yoga Festival




Peace Love RVA, a homegrown effort by Stephanie Quinby and Sue Agee, two local friends with deep ties to the Richmond yoga community, will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
June 2, rain or shine at Maymont Farm. This family-friendly day of yoga classes led by many of Richmond’s finest instructors also includes workshops, music including Lobo Marino and The Ascendants, vegetarian food and local merchants.

              It’s a time and place for yoga teachers and studios, students, newcomers and local businesses to gather and experience a community united in this peaceful and authentic practice. Different styles of yoga classes can be sampled every hour as well as workshops on Mindfulness, Intro to Yogic Philosophy, Prenatal Yoga, Family Yoga, Laughter Yoga and more.

 

Pre-registration suggested and donations accepted. Location: 1000 Spottswood Rd, entrance near Maymont Children’s Petting Barn. Links for sponsors, vendors, volunteers, schedule and to pre-register: PeaceLoveRVA.com.

 

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