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I hope you’ve been enjoying all the free yoga classes this summer. I certainly have, but did not go to all that I hoped. Luckily there is still some time!
One thing that’s nice about these classes is that not all of them end with the summer. Some are indoors and will continue.
If things continue with the trends that I’m seeing, I would not be surprised to see a lot more free yoga classes popping up even through the colder months, but with different themes.
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There are three free yoga classes coming up that I thought deserved their own separate post. As with most free yoga classes, bring your own mat, towel and water.
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Vinyasa & Vino (lululemon athletica, 337 Newbury Street, Boston)
Thursday, August 27, 2015
6pm – 8pm
Hallie Dumont of OMBE, has been teaching free yoga classes as part of the P.O. Fitness series this summer. She says that recently she was brainstorming about free yoga classes with the community leader at Lululemon and they came up with Vinyasa & Vino! The first people to be let in will be those with Eventbrite tickets. Others are welcome to show up and will be allowed in based on space available. They will try and accommodate everyone. If you can’t make it tomorrow, it’s possible there could be similar ones in the future. Especially since I’ve been noticing a boozy yoga trend.
Yoga on Boston Common (Near the Frog Pond )
Sunday, August 30, 2015
7pm – 8pm
A donation based yoga class will be given by Ali Singer, who taught several free classes this summer, and The Yoga Hub, along with Amanda Light and Georgina Castellucci. This class will be for all skill levels. All donations will be for the Boston Bloggers Jimmy Fund Walk team, raising funds for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. Everyone who makes a donation (via the Eventbrite or in person) will receive an entry for an (out)door prize of over $125 worth of yoga goods from YogaOutlet.com.
Yoga on the Square (Copley Square lawn, near Trinity Church)
Saturday, September 12, 2015
9:15am – 10am
OMBE is putting on this free outdoor class that is open to all regardless of age or practice level. Students will be led through a series of dynamic postures designed to open the body and calm the mind. The class is sponsored by OMBE partners: Lululemon, Supplet, Hint Water and Boloco. Check the Facebook page for updates in the event of bad weather.