Akshar Yoga to usher in International Yoga Day 2017 with a minute long Sirshasana (headstand)

Posted by: at 6/20/2017 01:04:00 am


Close to half a million participants to join in from six countries


·         Activities conducted as part of the event:  Akshar Yoga attempts to perform a one minute Sirshasana (headstand) with Grandmaster Akshar and approximately 500 participants. An intense yoga session with asanas, pranayama & mudras and introduction to new forms of yoga will also take place.

·         Date: June 21, 2017
·         Venue: World Trade Centre, Bangalore
·         Time:  6 AM to 8AM

Bengaluru, 19th June 2017: On this International Yoga Day (IYD), Akshar Yoga will host a grand yoga session with a 1 minute Sirshasana (headstand) to be performed by a group of 500 yogis at the rooftop of World Trade Centre, Bangalore. Yoga enthusiasts from different parts of the globe, will come together to participate in this memorable moment with Grandmaster Akshar, internationally acclaimed Yogic master and Founder, Akshar Yoga. Akshar Yoga trainers will travel to 100 locations globally on this day to perform yoga sessions in Mumbai, Lucknow, Delhi, Calcutta, United States of America, London, France, Iran, Japan and Australia.

As the world gradually realizes the potential that yoga holds as a holistic healing & wellness form, Akshar Yoga will endeavor to extend its solidarity to the purest and most sanctified form of ancient yoga by performing longest headstand, for an entire minute.

With an expected number of 500 yogis and yoginis at the venue, this event will also be streamed live & close to half a million people will be participating from the world over. The celebrations will conclude with a curtain raiser of new forms of Yoga designed by Grand Master Akshar.


Akshar Yoga to usher in International Yoga Day 2017 with a minute long Sirshasana (headstand)

Akshar Yoga to usher in International Yoga Day 2017 with a minute long Sirshasana (headstand)


About Akshar Yoga

Akshar Yoga is the brainchild of Grandmaster Akshar, conceived to reconnect with humanity through Yoga. Rooted in the oldest lineage of Yoga from Himalayas, Akshar Yoga offers a range of compositions thoughtfully structured to cater to the various constituents of society. From therapeutic to corporate, the different techniques from Akshar Yoga help build core strength, render agility and tone every part of one’s body to achieve goals in weight management and overall wellbeing.


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