Yoga Season Events from Heaven Meets Earth




The Future of Yoga short film documentary will be screened at 7 p.m., June 23, at SoHo House, in Chicago. Food and beverages will be served, sponsored by Heaven Meets Earth Yoga and Whole Foods Market. 

        The film will be followed by a panel discussion with Quinn Kearney, of Yogaview; Ramaa Krishan, of Full Bloomed Lotus, and others. Inspired by Lisa Faremouth Weber, owner of Heaven Meets Earth, the movie explains how yogic teachings will be taught and seen in the world in our new paradigm. Attendees will also learn about a new platform of yoga leaders that has been established.

      The annual Evanston outdoor Yoga and Live Music summer series begins on the summer solstice, June 25, at the Dawes Mansion and the Evanston History Center, with Faremouth Weber plus the MahaRa Band with Bob Macko and Sven Hansen. The series will continue monthly and conclude on September 24 with Evanston Yoga Day on the fall equinox weekend.

 

Suggested donation for the screening is $10 to $20 to benefit Boys Hope Girls Hope of IL. Preregister (required) at HeavenMeetsEarthYoga.com. Locations: SoHo House, 113 N. Green St., Chicago; Evanston History Center, 225 Greenwood St., Evanston. For more information, call 847-475-1500. See ad on page 29.

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