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Believe In CLE has been a great friend to Aerial Agents, through the power of collective consciousness, Believe In CLE is truly generating energy and transforming an exciting revolution happening in our city. Believe In CLE is anchored by dynamic free yoga events that include music, dancing, education, and food all in celebration of our dynamic city. Aerial Agents is honored to be a part of this movement.
Please take a moment and visit their site as Aerial Agents was recently honored to be featured as Friends of Believe In CLE.
Aerial Agents Captures Scenes From A Unique Perspective!
The stunning aerial photographs of Events #4 and #5 were taken using exciting drone technology provided by the professionals at Aerial Agents.
“Our perspective on the large scale yoga practices from Believe in CLE showcases the power of community through images. The juxtaposition of thousands of mats against the backdrop of the Cleveland skyline and Lake Erie illustrates the beauty of Cleveland.
— Aerial Agents
In addition to photography, Aerial Agents offers videography services to capture scenes in motion from the sky. They are also skilled editors who deliver an impeccable product and superb service.
One look at their gallery and you'll see that these aerial experts are also passionate Clevelanders who are proud to show off their city from unparalleled angles.
CLEVELAND, Ohio —Believe in CLE is a yoga movement that began with the question "what if," which later turned into a reality.
On Friday, thousands of people gathered on the grass lawn of Mall B, 300 Lakeside Ave., to join the movement of celebrating everything Cleveland. The setting showcased the beauty and growth of the city and the yogis represented the power of community.
The Main Event: Believe in CLE
The 411: The popular gathering partnered with Land Studio and the "AHA! Festival of Lights" to welcome guests of the International Gay Games 9. The event began with a speech from Cleveland Police Deputy Chief Ed Tomba. Then, instructors Adam Tilocco and Tammy Lyons lead the 75-minute vinyasa yoga practice. Music was provided by DJ Rimon and local food trucks surrounded the area.