Sun, Sep 9, 2012

Community, Culture, Entertainment

Global Mala Comes To Newark

BY SamKa

Global Mala Comes To Newark

Mark your calendars, on September 23rd 2012 Global Mala comes to Newark School Stadium. Get there early to hear key note speaker, Mayor Corey Booker and Global Mala founder, Shiva Rea. The fun starts at 9:15 am and runs until 3:00pm.


What is Global Mala?

According to the Global Mala NJ website: “Global Mala was conceived by Shiva Rea as a way to help raise awareness and funding for some of our world’s biggest issues…Since its inception six years ago, this annual event has helped so many wonderful organizations around the world from AIDS, War, Poverty, Environment, Children, Education and more.  Shiva continues to be an incredible “sacred activist” and last year launched YEA which stands for Yoga Energy Activism to bring awareness to the energy we use in our world, waste in our world and help to make our world a healthier place to live.”

Break Out Sessions from 1:45 – 2:15pm include a variety of yoga demonstrations from Relaxing Yoga to Core Fusion Yoga. So if you’ve been itching to try a new style of yoga, this is your chance! Friends and instructors Brian Yuen and Lori Shepard will be leading AcroYoga.

There will be raffles, activities for kids, and Thai massage!

Visit to sign-up. Suggested donation is $27.


Proceeds benefit local Newark organizations:

All Stars Project of NJ

Kula for Karma

Barat Foundation

Newark Now

Newark Interfaith Coalition

Newark Yoga Movement



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One Response to “Global Mala Comes To Newark”

  1. newark yoga movement Says:

    The exciting news about this event everyone is SHIVA REA, the creator of the event is making her first trip to NJ to speak and teach at the Newark Event. She’s excited and the community is excited. She’ll join other amazing NJ teachers and guests including Elena Brower, David Romanelli, Tao Porchon-Lynch and more. The kids event is rocking. In fact there are some adults who want to hang out there. We all hope to see you on Sunday, Sept. 23rd. Thank you Glocally Newark for posting this community wide, all inclusive annual event.


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