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3 Ways To Get Free Yoga This Summer

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There’s no better time than summer to get on the yoga mat – – for free! There are so many options available, at no cost, for you to roll out your mat and get your practice on indoors and outdoors.

1. Get outside. Check your local parks & recreations site for classes, workshops, and events being held in your area. Most often they are free of charge on a first come, first serve basis. Also, definitely look into free summer solstice (first day of summer) yoga events in your area. Usually, it’s a pretty big gathering of yogis welcoming the season with lots of sun salutations. And, if you’re in New York, join us at Solstice in Times Square Athleta “Mind Over Madness” Yoga Event. You’ll join thousands of people from all over the world as we ring in summer.

2. Go shopping & do yoga. Lululemon. Athleta. Reebok. And the list goes on. You can find free weekly yoga classes at many of their stores. These classes take place in the store space and usually, there’s private shopping time (and often a little discount) for you to pick up that shiny new yoga mat or whatever else suits your fancy. Check their sites and watch for community class listings on their weekly emails if you subscribe.

3. Get a free trial pass. Check with your local gyms and even yoga studios to see if they offer a free trial pass or class. Most gyms will offer a day or even a week to try out their classes and facilities.

Got more suggestions on free yoga? Shout them out in the comments below!

Hope to see you soon on the (free) mat.

 

Photo Credit: Bruce Dunkins Photography

About Tracye

Tracye Warfield is an inspiration expert and wellness industry leader who coaches people to rock their best lives via her motivational talks, workshops, international retreats, yoga classes, articles, blogs, books, and products. Although a native Californian, she called New York her second home for many years, and now travels the globe serving up her Breathe Big Live Big message to the world.

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