Summer Solstice Meets Downward Facing Dog

The Mental Health Association of Westchester hosted an “empowering and energetic” yoga event on the first day of summer this year.

The event, held in Turnure Park in White Plains, and led by yoga guru Beryl Bender Birch, inspired others to get on their mats for Mental Health.

The mega-yoga event,  featuring meditation, music and movement, helped raise public awareness and support for mental health issues.

The young and old alike coordinated their breathing and mindfulness on a picture-perfect evening.




One thought on “Summer Solstice Meets Downward Facing Dog

  1. I used to teach a yoga class (plus other activities) for about 10 years on the waterfront. We gathered at 4:30am and sunrise was always 5:08. I miss doing that. I just don’t have the energy and am not in good enough shape.



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