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H.E.A.L. BFLO II – Yoga Retreat and Festival

H.E.A.L. BFLO II retreat and festival is scheduled to take place at the Delaware Park Marcy Casino on Sunday, July 19, 2015, from 11am-6pm. The festival will feature local artists, businesses, local food, and free live music for the public, on the grounds of the Marcy Casino.

This coming Sunday, the lake level of the casino will come alive with an all-day yoga retreat. For $60 (presale), participants are treated to yoga classes and workshops, live music, a complimentary lunch and a gift bag. For those people who feel that one hour here and there is not cutting it, and you’re looking to immerse you mind, body and spirit into a full day of activities, this festival/retreat is the perfect way to go.

“This time around we are donating a portion of our proceeds to build a yoga meditation room at Roswell Park Cancer Institute,” said Jocelyn Ryan of HEAL Buffalo. “We are so excited for this event! We are also incorporating kids yoga upstairs. There will be over 50 local artists, businesses, food vendors along Hoyt Lake.”

The kids retreat, located on the Rose Garden level of the building, is $20 and includes yoga, music, art class and a complimentary lunch and gift. The event is for children ages 4-12 years old.

Delaware Park is a spiritual place unto itself. With an Olmsted Park as a backdrop, set in a historic boathouse, there could be no better place to come together to teach and learn about the importance of maintaining a healthy mind and body.

Tickets can be purchased by clicking here.

Adult classes are $75.00 tickets at the door. Click here for details.

Kids tickets are $25 at the door. Click here for details.

Delaware Park Marcy Casino
199 Lincoln Parkway
Buffalo, NY 14222

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