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Introduction of YOGA IN PARK

Yoga in the park

Yoga in park aims to connect people with nature, through a relaxing, energetic and breathing yoga session, to promote well-being and create a positive effect on life for all communities. Park Yoga is a charity that provides free outdoor yoga sessions around the world.

Sessions run throughout the summer from May to September for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. All sessions are on Sunday morning. summer to early September.The purpose of these occasions is to encourage people to participate in outdoor activities that are appropriate for their health and well-being.

People enjoy International Yoga Day at home, in parks

People enjoy International Yoga Day at home, in parks

Morning walkers and fitness enthusiasts in the city start their day on Sunday with ‘pranayama’ and ‘asanas’ on International Yoga Day. They also maintain social isolation practices due to the Covid-19 epidemic. There were no organized public gatherings or events in parks, stadiums, or halls this year. This year’s theme is ‘Yoga for Health – Yoga at Home’. However, some residents made asanas during morning walks in city parks, zoos and Gandhi Maidan.

Yoga in the Park (2021)

Invite a Natural Mother to your Yoga activity at the Park. Embrace the elements of the earth on the ground, flow, breathe, and gain elasticity. Join us every day as we gather under a tree bed and enjoy the fresh air in outdoor yoga.

Yoga in the Park started in 2017 as a way to encourage OKC residents to explore neighboring parks. Yoga Park is FREE to attend and open to people of all ages and abilities. Classes held April – October 1st and 3rd Wednesday from 6-7 pm.

This past week, we had the pleasure of leading yoga in the park with a large group of children from the community. It was truly a milestone! The kids had a great time experimenting with different situations and stretching. Yoga is beneficial for children and adults. Yoga and mindfulness improve both physical and mental health in school-age children, according to research.

Physically, yoga boosts balance, strength, endurance, and aerobic strength. Psychologically, it can improve concentration, memory, self-esteem, academic performance, and reduce stress in children. It also provides playful and collaborative work for parents and children to do together.

Harvard Health Publishing offers suggestions for easy and fun yoga exercises for children:

Simple and fun yoga exercises for kids in Yoga Park

Simple and fun yoga exercises for kids in Yoga Park

Simple yoga breath exercise for kids in yoga Park

1.Take a deep breath in and hold it for a count of three.

  1. Breathe out forcefully, like you’re blowing out a candle.
  2. Repeat this for five cycles of breath.

Flying bird breath Yoga in Park

  1. Stand tall, with arms at your sides and feet hip-width apart in standing Mountain Pose.
  2. Imagine being a beautiful, strong bird.
  3. Pretend to prepare to fly by inhaling and raising your arms (“wings”) until your palms touch overhead. Keep your arms straight.
  4. Exhale slowly as you bring your arms back down to your sides, palms facing down.
  5. Repeat in a steady motion with each breath: inhale as you raise your arms, and exhale as lower your arms.
  6. Optional: Close your eyes as you repeat the movements with breath, and imagine yourself flying in the sky like a bird.

Before You Come to Class

Before You Come to Class

Do not attend class if you are sick.
Please bring your own yoga mat and equipment with you to class. No equipment will be provided at this time.
Online class registration via Parks Direct is required prior to attending class. Children ages 18 and under must be registered by a parent or guardian.
You must have a Parks Direct account and be a verified Prince George’s County resident in your Parks Direct account to register for classes.
Please arrive at class on-time. If you are more than 5 minutes late to class, your spot may be forfeited to another participant.
There is no guaranteed access to water fountains or restroom facilities at class locations; please come prepared.


During Class COVID-19 GUIDELINES in yoga classes

Face coverings are required for all indoor venues and crowded outdoor venues including concerts, festivals, and ticketed sporting events. Face coverings are no longer required outdoors in the parks but are encouraged for unvaccinated individuals.
Please check-in with staff upon arrival and follow the directions of staff and signs. Participants must remain 6 feet apart at all times.
Instructors will provide verbal cues only. There will be no direct contact.
Participants must leave the class area at the end of class- no group gatherings.

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