The 4th International Yoga Day was celebrated in multiple cities of Greater Vancouver by India Cultural Association (ICA) of Vancouver. The awareness and significance of the day is gaining ground every year throughout the lower mainland, and ICA is proud to be the sponsor and promoter of the art of yoga. Yoga integrates Body, Mind, & Soul.
International Yoga Day Celebrations – Surrey, BC:
International Day of Yoga (Yoga Day) 2018 in Surrey was celebrated jointly by VISHWA & ICA Vancouver on Friday, June 22, 2018 at Surrey City Hall. The event was supported by City of Surrey & Consulate General of India – Vancouver, BC. Ms. Abha Gosai, Consul for Culture, from CGI Vancouver addressed the attendees and congratulated the Organizers & attendees. Honorable Federal Minister, Mr. Randeep Sarai, who himself practices yoga, marked his presence and also provided a demonstration of Pranayama (Yoga Breathing). Various speakers spoke on different topics related to Yoga & Wellness such as “Yoga For Mental Health”, “Ancient Vedic Wisdom – Yoga and Health and Leadership” etc.
International Yoga Day Celebrations – Abbotsford, BC:
Yoga Day 2018 in Abbotsford was celebrated jointly by Lotus Art Productions & ICA Vancouver on Saturday, June 23, 2018 at the Historic Gur Sikh Temple, a national Historic Site. The session was lead by certified Yoga Instructor Tarana Kaur. President of ICA Vancouver, Neeraj Kumar lead the Pranayama part. It was a humble beginning this year, Kusum Soni of Lotus Art Production aims to make it a big event in Abbotsford next year in 2019.
International Yoga Day Celebrations – Burnaby, BC:
Yoga Day 2018 in Burnaby was celebrated by ICA Vancouver on Sunday, June 24, 2018. The Yoga session was lead by certified Yoga instructor Tarana Kaur. The Yoga session ended with relaxation & laughter lead by Neeraj Kumar. Aravindhan Ravindran & Laxmi from Heartfulness Meditation Vancouver let the group experience the guided meditation.
About ICA Vancouver
ICA Vancouver is a BC registered non-profit organization. The society is committed to integrate people of various cultural diversities together and celebrate cultural festivals of India. The goal is to promote multiculturalism and embrace the social diversities of India in Vancouver. For more information, please visit www.icavancouver.ca