Park Yoga aims to connect people to the natural outdoors, through a relaxing, energising and breathtaking yoga session, improving wellbeing and creating a positive ripple effect throughout communities.
Want to know more? Of course you do…
Park Yoga provides free outdoor yoga sessions around the UK.
The sessions run throughout the summer from May to September for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.
All sessions are held on Sunday mornings.
Sessions begin in May and run throughout the summer until the beginning of September. Please check your local venue for more details, exact times and Facebook pages for updates. Questions? See our FAQs.
The aim of these sessions is to encourage people to take part in activities outdoors which are good for their health and wellbeing.
Due to the current situation with Coronavirus, all our public events are currently postponed until further notice.
Virtual Park Yoga
We are running virtual sessions in place of our planned weekly events.
So grab a yoga mat, towel or blanket – head out into your garden (if you have one) – and join us from your own home with Virtual Park Yoga.
How can I get involved?
When? Every Sunday at 9.30am until 30th August.
Where? Live on Facebook and YouTube.
If you would like to support Park Yoga’s mission to bring yoga to as many communities as possible, you can do so by making a donation.
Our 2020 venues are:
- Bath – Botanic Gardens
- Bournemouth Central Gardens
- Bournemouth – Slades Park
- Bournemouth – Stour Valley
- Bristol – St George Park
- Devizes – Hillworth Park
- Exeter – Cowick Barton Playing Fields
- Exeter – Heavitree
- Exeter – Wonford
- Minehead – Irnham Road Playing Fields
- Nailsea – Millennium Park
- Poole – Upton Country Park
- Ringwood – Moors Valley Country Park
- Salisbury – Queen Elizabeth Gardens
- South Gloucestershire – Page Park
- Southampton – Common
- Swanage – Durlston Country Park
- Swindon – Queens Park
- Torquay – Torre Abbey Meadows
- Weymouth – Lodmoor Country Park
- Winchester – Oram’s Arbour
- Yeovil Country Park
If you are a venue and would like to be considered for Park Yoga in the future, please get in touch. Or if you are a yoga instructor who believes that Park Yoga could make a real difference in their community, then we want to hear from you!
Park Yoga is a charity that is supported by the Fine Family Foundation.