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Join us at Casa de Campo as we eagerly announce this year’s Yoga Training event in celebration of International Yoga Day on Saturday, June 18th, from 9-11 am. The event will take place at the picturesque Minitas Beach, providing the perfect setting for a rejuvenating morning of yoga led by the esteemed instructor, Kira Montagu.

Kira Montagu is a renowned Hatha yoga, pranayama, and meditation expert. Under her guidance, participants will embark on a transformative yoga session. Hatha yoga focuses on physical postures, breathing exercises, and meditation techniques, offering numerous benefits for the body and mind.

You only need to bring your yoga mat and comfortable clothing to participate in this event. The serene setting of Minitas Beach and the soothing sound of waves crashing on the shore will provide the ideal backdrop for your yoga experience.

Seize this opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature as you embark on a journey of self-discovery and wellness.

Yoga has been celebrated for its health benefits for thousands of years, originating in India and spreading across the globe. It encompasses physical exercises and a holistic approach to mental and spiritual well-being.

Whether you are an experienced yogi or new to the practice, Kira Montagu’s instruction will leave you feeling refreshed, centered, and energized.

Mark your calendars for June 18th and join us in this global celebration of yoga, promoting well-being, unity, and harmony in our lives and the world around us.

We look forward to seeing you there!


This year marks the ninth annual celebration of International Yoga Day. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi initially proposed the concept of a global yoga day. June 21st was chosen as the date, coinciding with the summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, the year’s longest day.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi once stated, “Yoga is an invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition. It embodies the unity of mind and body, thought and action, restraint and fulfillment, and harmony between humankind and nature. It is not just about physical exercise but also a means to discover a sense of oneness with oneself, the world, and nature. By changing our lifestyle and fostering awareness, we can contribute to addressing climate change. Let us strive to embrace International Yoga Day as a collective endeavor.”