Naam Yoga LA Takes Part In A Global Celebration Of Love, Peace & Light

Saturday, 1 Feb 2014, 10:23:00 AM

Mitch James

Santa Monica locals joined thousands of people at a Naam Yoga super class in Mexico on Sunday.
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Santa Monica locals joined thousands of people at a Naam Yoga super class in Mexico on Sunday.

A handful of members from Santa Monica-based Naam Yoga

LA traveled to the Mexico City January Ciclotón (bike-athon) for a Naam Yoga

super class on Sunday.

Dr. Joseph Michael Levry, founder of Naam Yoga

(headquartered in Santa Monica) returned to Mexico for this historic event and

set into motion the powerful, healing vibration of Naam Yoga for Mexico City

and the world.

According to TV Azteca 15,000 attended this fourth

annual event. Estimates from attendees project that numbers were above 21,000.

Thousands more from around the world participated through a Livestream


Dr. Levry said he was thrilled with the turnout and how

much the event had grown in three years.

The super class attracted 1,500 people in 2010, 12,000

in 2011, and a record-breaking 15,000 in 2012.

“It is our responsibility to individually and

collectively contribute something positive, healing and uplifting to our

planet,” Dr. Levry said. “We came together at the Angel of Independence

Monument in Mexico City to unite our hearts in the spirit of healing in order

to add more love, more peace and more light to the world.”

Jane Mirshak, Executive Director of Naam Yoga Los

Angeles, attended the event.

“To be one of thousands of people who came together in

the name of peace was the experience of a lifetime – thank you Mexico and Dr.

Levry,” Mirshak said.

Naam Yoga is a new form of yoga that incorporates sound,

movement, and breathing, increasing the flow of energy in the body to achieve

optimal health and well being.

This rapidly growing form of yoga is available globally,

with franchises in USA, Mexico and six other countries.

For more information, visit

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