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Bring your yoga mats and wear some pants, because on March 6th, Ithaca College is hosting its largest YOGA RAVE! Come join us in Emerson Suites from 7:30 in an immersive Mind-Body Dance Party!

The Art of Living Club Presents:

Substance-Free, Mind-Body Dance Party

Wednesday, March 6th, 2013 
Ithaca College, Emerson Suites


What is Yoga Remix?

Yoga Remix: Mind-Body Dance Party is a revolutionary new way to celebrate while connecting deeply with your self.  The event is substance free and a great example of how you can let go, be free and have the time of your life on a natural high. 

It’s a fresh combination of live music, dance, yoga, and meditation.  The evening kicks off with a rhythmic, connective yoga practice.  It then moves into an ecstatic dance party like no other featuring explosive dance-rock chant fusion with the internationally renowned band, Bhakti.  After that, it flows seamlessly into a deep, guided meditation practice and ends on a high note with more singing and dancing.  Bhakti, who has performed everywhere from Lincoln Center to the Bonnaroo Festival, puts a modern twist on ancient Sanskrit chants which are known for their healing qualities.

The evening is presented by Yes Plus, a division of the Art of Living Foundation, the largest volunteer-run not-for-profit in the world. All proceeds from the event go towards the foundation’s non-profit activities including teaching powerful meditation and personal development programs for young adults. Yoga Remix is a sister event of Yoga Rave and these events have been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Flavorpill, the Columbia Spectator and more. 


Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Gautam Singhani at We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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