Austin Parks Foundation invites neighbors to Fitness in the Park featuring Family Yoga at Patterson Park with The Little Yoga House (Ages 3+ with a parent). This class will be held at Patterson on the 3rd Sunday of the month through November 2017. See austinparks.org/fitness or their Facebook page for the full schedule and other great classes.
We are thrilled to have been selected as the new location for this class and look forward to seeing lots of families at the park. We are meeting under the oaks by the community garden, on the east end of the park. The first one on March 19 was a lot of fun, and we are looking forward to the the next one on April 9 (scheduled early to work around the Easter holiday).
Photos by Jennifer Potter-Miller
ABOUT FAMILY YOGA
Yoga for families is a fun-filled way for children, parents and even grandparents to spend quality time together while enjoying a fun and healthy activity. Family yoga provides the rare opportunity for both adult and child to observe and learn from each other and is a great way to bridge the age difference between them. Parents get to learn about the ways their child learns and the way he or she interacts with a group, and the children get to experience their parents as learners as well. This class is filled with partner poses, group poses, silly flowing sequences and yoga games!
ABOUT FITNESS IN THE PARK
Fitness in the Park is a free series of classes presented by Austin Parks Foundation in partnership with the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department and individual fitness providers of all stripes. Learn more and see the full schedule at austinparks.org/fitness
ABOUT THE LITTLE YOGA HOUSE
The Little Yoga House is a boutique children’s and family yoga school with a specific focus on healthy child development through yoga, aerial yoga, mindfulness, and an integration of the arts. With unique yoga programs at each location designed to accommodate children of all ages, backgrounds and special needs, our dedicated family of teachers strives to teach children and teens the importance of the mind-body-breath connection and the connection we have to each other and Mother Earth through movement, meditation and environmental awareness.