Outdoor Mega Yoga Class Draws 500-Plus in White Plains

Over 500 people registered for Westchester's first outdoor mega yoga event in White Plains. Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Rosalie Maiole (left) practices Bikram Yoga. Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Ian Rosenbluth (in green shirt) practiced yoga for the first time Wednesday. Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Betsy Kase is the owner and director of Yoga Haven in Tuckahoe and Scarsdale. Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Gwen Lawrence meditates before leading the hour-long yoga class Wednesday. Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
People from across Westchester County take to the yoga mats for a special outdoor class. Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
The White Plains Hospital donated 500 yoga mats for the outdoor yoga event Wednesday. Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
People let their cares and concerns melt away as they begin an outdoor yoga class. Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Residents feel their way through the outdoor yoga class on Court Street Wednesday. Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Gwen Lawrence graduated from White Plains High School. Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Gwen Lawrence lives in White Plains. Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Sylvia Samiltoa-Baker (left) is the president of the Yoga Teaching Association. Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Rosalie Maiole (left) follows yoga teacher Gwen Lawrence's (right) lead. Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Photo Credit: MHA of Westchester
Photo Credit: MHA of Westchester
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WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – Ian Rosenbluth arched his back and reached for the sky in his first-ever yoga class, accompanied by more than 500 people attending Westchester County's premier outdoor mega yoga event Wednesday on Court Street in White Plains.

The event was put together by the county's Mental Health Association with the support of nearly Read More

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What a lovely picture. It shows that everyone's actively participating in the yoga class.