Outdoor Yoga

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Elmhurst and Villa Park Outdoor Classes Have Started!!

More than 160 people, from Lombard, Chicago, Bloomingdale, Villa Park, Elgin and Elmhurst participated last summer!

 

Yoga in the Park - Villa Park

  • Location: Cortesi Veteran's Memorial Park (just west of Moore Brewing and north of the Prairie Path and Fuel & Creme)

  • Classes are on Wednesdays at 7pm

  • First five-week session begins May 5, 2021

  • Pre-Registration Required

  • Class Description: This is a Vinyasa Yoga class designed for all levels. Whether you are new to yoga, getting back into a practice or using yoga to supplement other workouts, there are so many benefits to yoga! We'll work on strength, balance and flexibility each and every week. Enjoy the outdoors, get away for an evening! Registration must go through the Villa Park Park district. Registration is for blocks of either five or six classes. Depending on how many register, we will either have a makeup day in case of inclement weather, or we will cancel class, at which point you would be refunded that class amount. There are no restrooms at the park

Yoga in the Park - Elmhurst

  • Location: Green Space at Third and Emory

  • Classes are on Tuesdays at 6pm and 7pm

  • Pre-Registration on this site. Purchase one class at a time, or buy blocks of five or ten at a discount. You can also bring cash on site the day of.

  • Class Description: There will be two classes on Tuesday nights:

    • 6pm-6:45pm  Core & Glutes   This is the perfect class for those looking to supplement other workouts, and build core and glute strength (two areas we can always use a little extra work.)

    • 7pm-8pm   Sunset Yoga    Enjoy a little peace, the fresh air and a chance to do something for your wellness. While I like to throw in one or two little challenges, for the most part this gentle-ish class is intended to calm your mind, body and spirit.

 

Feel free to ride your bike or walk to the park - many do! You may also drive and park along Third. There are no restrooms at the park.

When I think about last summer:

I can only share how grateful I am for an amazing 4 months of outdoor yoga! I was able to teach more than 160 people from the local and surrounding towns. We had some really unique, special moments, like the birds who magically appeared in the night sky, Bennie and his bat friends who kept our park from getting too buggy, our glow sticks, and even the neighboring kids who joined us from across the path. The weather was amazing and the universe seemed to agree that we needed to be able to practice outdoors amid all the craziness COVID had brought into our lives.