Yoga in the Park
Breathe, move, flow, and expand.
What: Donation-Based Outdoor Flow Yoga Class
When: Saturday, November 14, 2015 – 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Where: Tanyard Creek Park / Louise G. Howard Park
Class Fee: No class fee – donations of any amount accepted
The Class: Sweet Flow YogaA mindful vinyasa practice, Sweet Flow brings attention to connecting breath and movement. The class is an active hour of yoga that incorporates sun salutations, standing poses, hip-openers, seated poses, twists, and back bends. Through regular practice, you’ll enjoy increased flexibility, strength, balance, and relaxation. All levels welcome. Bring a friend!
Outdoor Yoga in Atlanta: The LocationTanyard Creek Park is located on Collier Road at the corner of Walthall Drive – near Piedmont Hospital. Approximate address for GPS purposes: 460 Collier Rd. NW, Atlanta, GA. You can park either at the small Tanyard Creek Park lot or available, legal, street parking. Class will be on the paved area on the Louise G. Howard side of the street/park. No restrooms at this location.
In Case You Missed ItIf you haven’t had a chance to join us yet, check out this visual storyboard from our April 2015 practice. You’ll see lots of pics of the place and the people to get a feel for what it’s all about. Enjoy!
The Usual Questions
What are the class fees?These classes are now donation-based. That means that you can pay as much or as little as you’d like. Cash donations are accepted at the end of class and are not mandatory.
When should I arrive?In order to avoid disrupting class (and causing yourself undue stress), plan to arrive on time (5-10 minutes prior to the class start time) to sign-in and prepare for a great practice.
What should I wear?Wear comfortable attire that will stretch with you and allow for a full range of body movements (yoga pants or shorts and a fitted t-shirt or yoga top). Avoid wearing clothing that is too baggy. Typically yoga is practiced with bare feet.
What should I bring?To practice yoga, all you really need is you. To make your practice more comfortable, we suggest you bring a yoga mat, a towel and/or a blanket, water, and sunscreen.
Join the Fun!
Outdoor donation-based yoga classes are held one or two times per month during the warm season. Subscribe to get schedule updates sent directly to your inbox.