happenings this month Atlantis is hosting a free ‘underwater’ yoga class this week
Atlantis is hosting a free ‘underwater’ yoga class this week
Updated on 18 June 2017

Yoga is a group of mental, physical and spiritual practices. Three years ago, India highlighted the importance of yoga to the United Nations and since then 21st June is celebrated as International Yoga Day aka Yoga Day.

This year Atlantis The Palm will be celebrating with a free underwater yoga class. Taking place in front of the resorts Ambassador Lagoon on Tuesday, 20th June, the class will be held from 7.30am to 8.30am and includes complimentary access to The Lost Chambers Aquarium until 10am. Participants will be provided with a yoga mat, towel and a bottle of water.

Spaces are limited, therefore booking is essential. Call 04-4262000. www.atlantisthepalm.com

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