The Lolë White Tour is landing in Montreal, so join countless yogis of all levels in the Old Port for a powerful experience you’ll never forget. The White Tour, and Lolë in general, seek to bring people together to promote well-being both individually and collectively. Alongside its visit to Montreal, the tour has touched down in places such as Paris, New York, Toronto and Los Angeles.
On the morning of August 8th, 2015, you are invited to gather in the Old Port dressed in white as a sign on peace. Then roll out your yellow yoga mat and join in a practice lead by Dawn Mauricio and Faith Hunter. You will be breathing and flowing to the live rhythm of Mike & Bone and celebrating togetherness.
Ticket prices range from $40-$115 and include a free yellow yoga mat and a gift bag, with more expensive packages also including T-shirts. There is also a healthy picnic provided by Oikos from Danone. All information and ticket sales can be found on the website, where you can also purchase your white duds if you don’t have any lying around.
Participants arrive at 8:00am. The yoga session which will be 75-90 minutes long and then followed by a cool down. There will be discussions and then there is free time to roam arout the site and check out some of the booths and activities. You don’t have to be a professional yogi to attend, in fact it’s also a perfect opportunity to try out yoga for the first time. People of all ages and abilities attend these events, togetherness is all that matters! There will be many volunteer instructors on-site during the event to help with corrections and questions you may have.
Here’s what you’ll want to bring: your ticket, a white jacket or rain poncho in case of drizzle, your phone or camera (on silent) to help spread the love (#lolewhite), water, and sun protection. Dressing in white is very important to the event, it’s a statement of peace and contributes to the collective message and visual power.
This event is an inspiring display of togetherness, mindfulness, and well-being. It’s beautiful, so make sure to take part!
Location Info: Jacques Cartier Quay De la Commune Street East Montreal.