July 23 event to take place at Moravian College.

WHAT: The Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival is relocating from Easton to Bethlehem for the events third year. It will take place on the main campus of Moravian College. Activities will include yoga classes, workshops, speakers, kirtan, and children’s activities.

From the beginner student to the more experienced practitioner, LVYF offers the opportunity for participants to try their very first yoga class, as well as for experienced yoga practitioners to discover new approaches and styles to aid in deepening their current practice. Workshops will take place concurrently in five locations on the campus. New this year are outdoor classes (weather permitting), a mala bead workshop with meditation for children, a lounge area, and a larger vendor space. A complete event schedule can be found on its web site: http://www.lvyogafest.com/

Event highlights include performances by Sean Johnson and the Wild Lotus Band, and Dalien (a.k.a. 13 Hands). Additionally, there will be a vendor area with artists, wellness practitioners, and health food offerings. (Vendor applications and sponsors are currently being accepted via the web site.)

Passes are $40 in advanced and $45 at the door the day of the event. Group passes for five people and children’s passes are also available. Find specific pricing details online here: http://www.lvyogafest.com/tickets/

Presenter and vendor applications are now being accepted, and sponsorship opportunities are also available. Visit  http://www.lvyogafest.com/participate/ for more information.

WHEN: Saturday, July 23 from 10 am – 10 pm

WHERE: Moravian College, Bethlehem (The Hub building)

WHO:  LVYF is a fundraiser for the Pratyush Sinha Foundation, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to effectively address deep-rooted issues of violence, aggression, school dropout, and addiction amongst at-risk youth by giving them opportunities to practice yoga and mindfulness. www.pratyushsinhafoundation.org


Information Provided By:
Tracey Werner, Blabbermouth Communications