Yogis, yoginis and interested friends. Join us on Wednesday Aug. 19th for “Sat Nam Shaker Fest”, on the beach at Humber Bay Park East. Come and celebrate the summer in a joyful gathering with a mix of outdoor Kundalini Yoga, live mantra music, vegetarian BBQ and community bonfire. The ‘shaker’ refers to the multiple shakers and rattles we will have on hand to get you grooving to the beat.
Humber Bay Park East (detailed directions below)
When: Wednesday August 19th
6:30 pm until the fire reminds us to head home
6:30-7:30 pm, outdoor Kundalini Yoga class (by donation)
7:30 pm onwards, mantra/song/BBQ/bonfire
What to bring:
- your shiny aura
- something to eat and share such as: salads, veggie things to BBQ (corn, sliced veggies for shish kebabs, veggie dogs and burgers, etc); healthy desert, juice/tea – basically potluck picnic style
- something to sit on and a blanket if it aims to be on the cool side as the sun sets
- guitar, percussion welcome, especially shakers
- some firewood if available to you
How to Get There:
Everyone: Once you reach, walk to the west side of the parking lot; there will be a path toward the lake to close to where we are gathering. If challenged in finding us call Brian at 416-902-4994. Wahe Guru!
By TTC, take the Lakeshore East street car to Parklawn Road, walk towards the water.
By bicycle, ride along the Martin Goodman Trail (along the waterfront) until you reach Humber Bay Park Rd East. Head towards the water.
By car, drive to Parklawn on the Queensway or Lakeshore and turn towards the lake. You will see the sign on the south side of Lakeshore for entrance into Humber Bay East Park. There is an Esso station on the south east corner; turn south toward the Lake. Go down the entrance road and take the first right turn. Keep going to the sign for the parking lot on your right (about 150 metres). Watch out for the speed bumps! If driving you can pay-park there. You are very close to the lake now. If you park closer to the east side of the parking lot just head to the lake on the main path (easy to spot) and once you hit the lake turn right and follow the lake around. It’s not a long walk, especially if you aren’t not carrying too much.