Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Free outdoor yoga meet-up in Allentown




I just received a tip about a free yoga asana meet-up for people of all yoga experience levels. Instructor Ray Killeen will teach a group outdoor summer series absolutely free to all who attend.



His asana series flows at a steady pace in the flavor of Ashtanga Vinyasa, my favorite practice of yoga, linking movement with breath to foster strength, flexibility, balance, relaxation and self-awareness. This yoga practice is NOT sitting and Om-ing: it's a workout. Participants should wear unrestrictive loose fit clothing in layers (dress for the weather). Bring a yoga mat, water, friends/family/coworkers and a smile!

Meet the group at Hamilton Boulevard & South Ott St. (Cedar Beach Park, volleyball court) 06/05/11 - 08/28/11 Sundays 10:30 am (weather permitting), Allentown, PA 18104 Phone: (610) 406-3395

2 comments:

  1. The venue changed but is close by:

    Yoga asana in the park Contact: ray_killeen@yahoo.com
    Near College Dr and Honochick Dr Allentown PA 18104 (MapQuest this) volleyball court 06/05/11 - 08/28/11 Sunday's 10:30 am (weather permitting), Allentown, PA 18104 Phone: (610) 406-3395
    Yoga Style: Similar flavor to Ashtanga Vinyasa Asana Send Message
    You are welcome to join our "free/outside/SUMMER" yoga asana meet-up comprised of those who want a basic understanding, intermediates aspiring to new levels and experienced individuals who like to practice in a group environment. The asana series flows at a steady pace in the flavor of Ashtanga Vinyasa allowing practitioners of various levels to participate as they link movement with breath to foster strength, flexibility, balance, relaxation and self-awareness. Wear unrestrictive loose fit clothing in layers. Bring a yoga mat, water, friends/family/coworkers and a smile! You can access Honochick Dr. from Ott St. and drive to the end where you will see a parking lot; we will be meeting at the only volleyball court in sight of the parking lot.

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  2. Mallory7/28/2013

    Is this activity still occurring this summer?

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