Yoga in The Park

Yoga, Meditation, and Activities in the Park

Yoga, Meditation, and Activities in the Park.

Yoga in the park is a wonderful way to connect with nature while practicing yoga. It offers a refreshing change of environment from indoor yoga studios and allows you to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors.

Benefits: Practicing yoga in the park allows you to breathe in fresh air, feel the warmth of the sun, and connect with nature. It can enhance your yoga experience by adding an element of tranquility, serenity, and grounding. Being surrounded by greenery and natural beauty can also help reduce stress and increase your overall sense of well-being.

Finding a Park: Look for parks in your area that allow outdoor yoga sessions. City parks, botanical gardens.
Yes! Our school offer yoga in the park in our training program also individual program. We organize outdoor yoga classes or events in parks.

Our Safety Considerations:

When practicing yoga in the park, it's important to consider a few safety precautions. Choose a flat and clean area to set up your mat. Be aware of your surroundings and avoid any potential hazards such as uneven terrain or low-hanging branches. Stay hydrated, apply sunscreen if needed, and consider wearing insect repellent if the area is prone to bugs.

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Equipment:Bring your own yoga mat or towel to practice on. (Let us know if you want to borrow) You may also want to bring any props you typically use during your yoga practice, such as blocks, straps, or bolsters. Consider bringing a water bottle, a small towel, and perhaps a light blanket for relaxation at the end of your session.

  • Timing and Weather: Check the weather forecast before heading to the park. Choose a time when the weather is favorable, and the park is less crowded. Early mornings or late afternoons are often good options. However, this may vary depending on your location and the specific park regulations.

  • Respect Nature and Others: Remember to respect the park environment and other park visitors. Follow any park rules or guidelines regarding yoga practice. Keep noise levels to a minimum and be mindful of the space you occupy to allow others to enjoy the park as well.

  • Self-Guided or Group Sessions: You can either practice yoga on your own in the park, following your own routine, or join group sessions organized by local yoga studios or instructors. Group sessions can provide guidance, a sense of community, and an opportunity to learn from experienced teachers.

Yoga in the park offers a unique experience that combines the physical and mental benefits of yoga with the soothing power of nature. Enjoy the fresh air, connect with your practice, and embrace the peacefulness of the outdoor environment.

  • icon For joining the group: 700 baht/class/person
  • icon For private group: 4,000 baht/class