happenings this month Fairmont The Palm is hosting full moon yoga
Fairmont The Palm is hosting full moon yoga
Updated on 21 June 2017

Five-star resort, Fairmont The Palm is hosting a full moon yoga session on 8th July at the resort’s white sand beach, boasting views of the Dubai Marina skyline. Yoga instructor Melanie Swan will lead the hour-long session, blending the meditative qualities of gentle Yin yoga with a more physically challenging Vinyasa practice, followed by a 30-minute meditation. Priced at Dhs 75 per person, the full moon yoga event will start at 8pm. Call 04-4573330. www.fairmont.com 

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