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Late Night Yoga Returns to the Dome This Thursday
Hendricks Chapel and the Contemplative Collaborative present the annual campus yoga event, “Candlelight Yoga in the Dome,” on Thursday, March 2, from 11 p.m. to midnight. Dara Harper, founder of Yoga with Dara, will be the instructor for this year’s event.
“Yoga is a positive way for students to engage in physical and spiritual exercise with others. We hope that this event allows students to connect and build relationships with the Hendricks staff and their peers,” says Syeisha Byrd, director of the Office of Engagement Programs.
The Yoga in the Dome series promotes late-night alternatives that actively induce health and wellness on campus. During the event, students are encouraged to mingle, relax and learn how to relieve stress. It is also an opportunity to interact with Hendricks Chapel staff and chaplains.
All levels are encouraged to participate, from first-time yogis to proclaimed experts. Complimentary glow bracelets and necklaces will be provided, in addition to a small battery-operated candle to be placed alongside each yoga mat.
Gate E will open at 10:30 p.m., and yoga will begin at 11 p.m. sharp. Participants in need of first-floor access and accommodations should enter through the Stadium Control entrance, located near Gate A.
For more information about “Candlelight Yoga in the Dome,” email Byrd at firstname.lastname@example.org.