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On September 29, 2015, Vanderbilt Hall at Grand Central Station will be transformed into Grand Zentral, with free yoga classes all day.
Grand Central Terminal will transform into a yoga destination with its first ever “Grand Zentral” event in celebration of National Yoga Month. On September 29th, six free yoga classes will be taught by Pure Yoga instructors throughout the day under the Beaux-Arts chandeliers and architecture of Vanderbilt Hall.
Registration is required, and classes are filling up, so if you are interested, REGISTER now.
This is the Class Schedule:
7:30-:8:30: Taught by Juan Gamboa
9:30-10:30: Taught by Kay Kay Clivio
12:30-1:30: Taught by Tanya Boulton
2:00-3:00: Taught by Dana Slamp
4:30-5:30: Taught by Kiley Holiday
6:00-7:00: Taught by Domenic Savino
CAN YOU SAY GOODY BAG?? It looks like there are a number of great sponsors, and therefor there will be some great goodies!
Participants will receive their own Vita Coco lifestyle mat along with a free reusable tote bag from Athleta filled with items from select Grand Central Terminal vendors, such as Aveda, L’Occitane, diptyque, Financier Patisserie, Neuhaus Belgian Chocolate, O & Co., and Tia’s Place as well as from Pure Yoga, Skinny Pop Popcorn and Aloha. Guests can also hydrate naturally with complimentary Vita Coco Coconut Water and enjoy the new Vita Coco Coconut Oil via sampling stations throughout Vanderbilt Hall. Additionally, the public can take advantage of samples and special offers from Vita Coco, Athleta, Juice Press, Yogabela, Oren’s Daily Roast, Vigilant Eats, Sparkly Soul, Satya Jewelry, tanya-b, and more.
Did you register?
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