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While most people are spending the very first day of 2017 regretting the last night of 2016, Boca Raton yogis will be participating in Something Huge– the 3rd yearly New Year’s Day yoga mega-class held by Yoga Journey owner Leslie Glickman with live songs by DJ Drez.

Set your new year objective at South Florida’s biggest outside yoga course, sustained by the area. Leslie Glickman’s 3rd annual Something Large event will showcase a one-hour vinyasa course readied to live songs by DJ Drez. ” This year I intended to step it up to raise the occasion,” Glickman claims. “DJ Drez executes at a lot of the large events and yoga exercise events [as well as] I play his music in course all the time and also understood it would be so amazing to have him there personally.”

Glickman, whose purpose is to spread the message of area to as lots of people as possible, hosts complimentary once a week area classes in downtown Boca Raton yearround. ” My spouse came up with the idea of renting out the amphitheater for an also larger occasion,” she claimed. “Initially I believed he was insane however he relied on me and also my vision of joining the yoga community.”

They had 1,500 guests for the 2016 event and also are expecting around 2,000 this year. “My husband as well as I are so thankful for the commitment as well as dedication of our group of volunteers,” she claims. “We will certainly have concerning 30 yoga instructors there to take care of floor covering placement then be dispersed throughout the group to assist as well as maintain every person safe.”

Shop the market of neighborhood suppliers and also organisations, such as Fad Tea and also Resonance Clothing, before or after class. The occasion is free and suitable for all degrees and ages. “Simply releaseded an open mind and also want to take a breath,” Glickman says.

Event At A Glance

What:

” Something Large,” a 1-hour yoga exercise class with Leslie Glickman

When:

January 1, 2017, Check-in starts at 10 a.m.

Where:

Mizner Park Amphitheater, 590 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, Florida

Cost:

Free, but enrollment is required