10th International Day of Yoga

Millets & Meditation

Join us for Yoga Festival on June 22nd 2024 (7AM – 12Noon)

At Aum Ashram (6931 Kitchener St. San Antonio, TX, 78249)


Community Yoga Class

@Shops at Rivercenter on June 21st 2024 (6PM – 8PM)

Yoga demo

Free class

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10th International Day of Yoga

Yoga at School

Join us for Yoga Festival on June 21st 2024 (7AM – 12Noon)



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RECHARGE - Share your favorite Mindfulness practices on how you like to recharge.

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- connect with others
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- improve sleep
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YOGA Inspirations ~ How does yoga inspires you to be more present and mindful, both on and off the Yoga mat!

Today's yoga inspiration comes from Dhruv Shukla, a recent graduate from the Yoga Teacher Training program at the Aum Ashram school here in San Antonio! This program follows the traditional and authentic yoga teachings from the Ashtanga yoga lineage. Check in every Saturday to hear from the recent graduating class on ways Yoga inspires them.

AND,... we would love to feature YOU! Please share your favorite quote or insight with us, to be included in our future posts. Include your favorite pic, if you like. The more we do, the more we learn, and the more we grow in our own insights and share them with others, the more we can shine from our true self and in that way, we help to make way for other to shine their light as well. It's simple, just be YOU!

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The 100 Days of Mindfulness is in part a celebration of the upcoming 10th anniversary for this year's International Day of Yoga - join us on June 21st & 22nd for community events in San Antonio, TX!

Thank you to our 2024 Title Sponsor: Vayu Wound Clinic and Hyperbarics

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Millets - have you tried them?
Celebrated around the world for thousands of years, these protein-rich sources of grain are making a come back! Join us each week to learn more about these tiny yet mighty types of grain and explore different ways to cook them!

SAVE THE DATE: Sunday, June 22nd
Come and sample many different types of millets at the Wellness Festival at Aum Ashram

Did you know that 2023 was the Year of Millets?
To learn more, please Like and Follow our page each week, as we continue to learn more about why these grains are making a come back!

What are millets?
Millets are a group of small-seeded grasses that have been cultivated for thousands of years as a staple food crop in many parts of the world. They include various cultivated grasses, commonly known as cereal or grains. They have always been popular among both cattle and humans all over the world ever since the advent of the agrarian lifestyle.

Most species by and large alluded to as millets have a place with the clan Paniceae, however, a few millets likewise have a place with different other taxa. Traditionally an Indian household used to rotate different millets throughout out the week and year. But in the past century due to its highly binding nature wheat has gained immense popularity. Its overconsumption of 7 days a week and many times 3-5 times a day has led to various health issues such as diabetes and associated disorders.

Why Have Millets Suddenly Gained So Much Popularity?
Millets have gained popularity in recent years due to their nutritional benefits, sustainability, and versatility in cooking. They are considered a valuable addition to a healthy and diverse diet. They are also low in glycemic index, making them suitable for people with diabetes or those looking to manage their blood sugar levels. They are also rich in nutrients such as protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals.

Millets are naturally gluten-free grains, which means they do not contain the protein gluten. This makes them suitable for individuals who have gluten intolerance. (It's important to note that while millets themselves are gluten-free, cross-contamination can occur during processing or storage.)

How can I consume them?
In addition to being used as a staple food grain, millets can be ground into flour for baking, used in porridges, soups, and stews, or popped like popcorn for a crunchy snack.

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Thank you to our Title Sponsor for IDY2024:
Vayu Wound Clinic and Hyperbarics

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FREE Community Yoga ~ Sundays at 10:00 AM

Join these free beginner-friendly Yoga classes hosted by Free Community Yoga! Bring your mat, towel and water bottles and see ya at the Civic Park at Hemisfair twice each month!

Come out this weekend to catch this beautiful Spring-time weather.

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