Sweet Escape Yoga organizes yoga classes and events in natural and creative spaces in the Metro Atlanta area. Leave hectic schedules, work demands, and your to-do list behind while you enjoy an energizing practice that focuses on breath, alignment, and personal exploration.
Outdoor yoga gives you a unique opportunity to move and meditate while enjoying the serenity of the sky, warmth of the sun, and sensation of the breeze. So, don your favorite yoga threads and join us on the mat for a journey inward through a yummy yoga experience of breath, balance, and bliss.
Prefer to practice yoga with an instructor at your own home? Or, are you trying to start a class at the office? Sweet Escape Yoga provides private, in-home, and corporate yoga in the Metro Atlanta area. Please contact us for rates and information about private and corporate yoga sessions.
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September 30th at Tanyard Creek Park
What: Donation-Based Outdoor Flow Yoga Class
When: Saturday, September 30, 2017 – 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Where: Tanyard Creek Park / Louise G. Howard Park
Class Fee: No class fee – donations of any amount accepted
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