JEDDAH: More than 1,000 people from across Saudi Arabia flocked to Juman Park in King Abdullah Economic City on Saturday to take part in the country's first yoga festival.
The event was organized by the Saudi Yoga Committee, with the participation of people aged between 10 and 60 delving into a variety of activities, yoga styles, and the art of mindfulness.
It began with yoga classes on the lawn. Murali Krishnan led the adults, while Sara Alamoudi led the children.
Festival participants had the chance to practice yoga, watch different performances, and enjoy demonstrations by yoga studios and learn about the services they provided.
There were more than eight hours of classes on offer during the one-day event from Saudi and international yoga masters, and lectures.
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