Kikar Rabin is pulling out all the stops for this year's International Yoga Day

By Jennifer Greenberg
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Third time's a charm...

After two extremely successful events, Tel Aviv and the Embassy of India are going all out this year for their 3rd International Day of Yoga. On the 21st of June, Kikar Rabin will be transformed into a yogi's paradise. Free yoga classes will be held for the public, world-renowned instructors from Israel and as far as India will make appearances, and activities, lectures, and shows will be held throughout the day in the square.

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We all know that as the culture capital, Tel Aviv can't help but throw a little artwork our way, even while we're in Shavasana. Dreame  – the insanely innovative project that turns dreams and stories into works of art – has paired up with the Embassy of India, Marathon Israel, DHL & WeWork to create the largest artwork in Israel in celebration of International Yoga Day. The installation's three illustrators took hundreds of visions for Israel's future (in 2048 to be precise) and transferred them onto 1, 500 yoga mats for a large-scale mosaic that they're calling "The Big Dream".

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There will be yoga for women, yoga for children, tri-yoga, sun salutation, Iyangar yoga, Vinyasa yoga...just about any kind of yoga you can think of.

So roll up those yoga mats, throw on those leggings, and get stretching...June 21 is just around the corner.

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