Akasha is a bi-annual wellness and lifestyle event which brings together a yogathon, sessions with leading spiritual masters, interactive workshops and a wellness products expo
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | November 13, 2014
The Speaking Tree (www.speakingtree.in), a Times Internet venture, has announced the second edition of Akasha 2014, its bi-annual wellness and lifestyle event. The second chapter of Akasha 2014 brings together a yogathon, sessions with leading spiritual masters, interactive workshops for individuals and corporates & a wellness products expo.
To be held at The Epicenter, Gurgaon, from November 15to 16, 2014, The Speaking Tree extends an open invitation to everyone to be a part of the spiritual extravaganza.
After the highly successful show in July this year, at the India Habitat Center, New Delhi, Akasha has moved ahead to its second chapter with a series of master sessions and workshops on spirituality, wellness and wellbeing. Apart from these life-changing sessions, Akasha 2014 also presents a buffet of exhibitors showcasing a variety of health products, herbal supplements, birth stones, healing products and assorted spiritual gift items.
Commenting on the occasion, Archana Vohra, VP & Business Head, said, “The Speaking Tree is a widely loved spiritual guide to many people. We created Akasha as an interactive platform for our seeker friends, prominent spiritual leaders and manufacturers & suppliers of wellness and lifestyle products to assimilate and connect. Our first edition in July saw a tremendous response from the audience and also prompted us to launch our next edition within four months. This time too Akasha promises to stimulate the mind, revitalise the body and comfort the soul of the seekers.”
The key master interactions at the event include a yogathon by Surakshitji and talks by Naya Swami on ‘Relationships and Healing’, Shantanu Nagarkatti on ‘Who the hell wants to work?’, Shant Atmananda on ‘Do we need morals?’, Bimol Rakshit on ‘Enhancing mind power and personal development’, Sadhvi Bhagwati on ‘Spirituality in the age of Smartphones, Sex and Status Updates’, Smita Jaikar on ‘Auras, Chakras and Healing’ and Art of Living on ‘I, Me, Myself : Do I really need a relationship?’.