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Saturday 28 May 2016

Demi Moore 'enjoys tantric yoga event'

Published 12/07/2013

Demi Moore
Demi Moore

Demi Moore reportedly attended a special “White Tantric Meditation” yoga event last month, where she took part in a “blind walk marathon”.

The actress has become passionate about yoga since her split from husband Ashton Kutcher. Demi is believed to have taken part in a special Kundalini yoga Summer Solstice event in the Jemez Mountains last month. According to TMZ she was accompanied by her 24-year-old daughter Rumer Willis.

“Yogis and yoginis spent three magical days practicing something called ‘White Tantric Meditation’,” reports the website.

It is believed the groups taking part wore white clothes and performed exercises to "break through the subconscious blocks that enslave the mind".

During the event, Demi reportedly took part in a ‘blind walk marathon’ with ten other people. This involved the group keeping their eyes closed and walking around outside as they chanted "Waheguru".

TMZ has posted a photograph in which they claim Demi and Rumer can be seen dressed in white, holding hands within a group and walking in a circle as they meditate.

“The exercise is said to help people become aware of their senses and build trust with others,” claims the website.

In May it was reported that 50-year-old Demi was eager to become a yoga instructor.

The star was said to have completed a three-day yoga retreat to be a Kundalini teacher, the practice known as the 'yoga of awareness'. She was photographed leaving the course with Australian pearl diver Will Hanigan, who was said to be helping her achieve her goal.

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