Fort Bend County Celebrates International Yoga Day with Community Yoga Session and First-Aid Demonstrations
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Source: Fort Bend County Precinct 3

Fort Bend County Celebrates International Yoga Day with Community Yoga Session and First-Aid Demonstrations

July 01 2024

On June 22, 2024, International Yoga Day was celebrated with unity by Commissioner Andy Meyers along with numerous residents of Fort Bend County Precinct 3, at the Telfair Grounds in Sugar Land, according to a release by officials.

The event was marked by an hour-long yoga session, led by certified yoga instructors. Commissioner Andy Meyers was not just present, but also actively engaged in participating in the yoga session. This marks the second consecutive year of Fort Bend's involvement in the global observance of International Yoga Day.

Did You Know?

Although there are many paid yoga studios across the region, there are also plenty of opportunities to enjoy yoga for free in Fort Bend County!

  • Fort Bend County Libraries (calendar here)
  • Central Green Park at LaCenterra (calendar here)
  • Fort Bend County Community Centers (webpage here)
 

"Yoga has been celebrated annually here for the past decade, reflecting its value in the lives of our residents", said Commissioner Meyers. Originating from ancient India, yoga symbolizes a holistic approach to wellness, harmonizing the mind, body, and spirit through physical postures, breath control, and meditation.

While celebrating International Yoga Day is about embracing the path of inner peace and self-awareness, the day also had an additional educational mission. Fort Bend Emergency Medical Services were in attendance, giving demonstrations on first-aid techniques, including hands-only CPR.

 

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Dudley Wait, Fort Bend EMS Chief, expressed appreciation for the event, stating, "It was a terrific opportunity for our team to provide instruction on best practices for administering hands-only CPR." He added that they were also able to disseminate information for those interested in getting certified in CPR.

Commissioner Meyers expressed his gratitude for the enthusiastic participation of the residents and the guidance of the instructors on what was a particularly warm morning.

 


By Tiffany Krenek, My Neighborhood News 
 
Tiffany Krenek, authorTiffany Krenek has been on the My Neighborhood News team since August 2021. She is passionate about curating and sharing content that enriches the lives of our readers in a personal, meaningful way. A loving mother and wife, Tiffany and her family live in the West Houston/Cypress region.

 

 



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