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6/27 Pop-Up at Lakewold Gardens
6/27 Pop-Up at Lakewold Gardens
6/27 Pop-Up at Lakewold Gardens
6/27 Pop-Up at Lakewold Gardens
6/27 Pop-Up at Lakewold Gardens
6/27 Pop-Up at Lakewold Gardens
6/27 Pop-Up at Lakewold Gardens

6/27 Pop-Up at Lakewold Gardens

$10.00

***ONLINE SIGNUP REQUIRED***

Sunday, June 27th | 6:00-7:00 PM

In this busy and noisy world, finding space for peace, quiet, and connection can be a challenge. Like spending time in nature, yoga can foster peace, boost our mood, mental health, and emotional wellbeing, and nurture feelings of connection and unity. Delight in a tranquil balance with nature yoga in the beautiful sanctuary of Lakewold Gardens. On a grassy lawn encircled by champion trees, enjoy a Slow Flow that incorporates grounding postures with meditation and pranayama (breathing exercises) to connect to the harmonious rhythms of nature.


Summer Yoga classes are for all levels of experience. No yoga mat or yoga clothes required. Dress comfortably and bring a towel if you don't have a yoga mat or don't want to get yours dirty.


    HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR PRICE

    Why do we offer Good Vibes as a payment option? We understand that bills pile up, cars break down, jobs can come and go, and other unexpected financial burdens and stressors may arise. If you are experiencing anything like this, please sign up for class, choose Good Vibes, and enjoy your practice.

    It's not free yoga! We understand that people give and support local businesses in different ways. Maybe you give by paying the Supporter rate or bringing a friend to class or posting a picture or writing a review. Our sliding scale pricing offers students a way to give that serves them best. Whether you show up for a drop-in and pay $10, $5, or Good Vibes ($0), we appreciate your support!

    SUMMER PASS

    Know that outdoor yoga is your thing and you plan to soak it up all summer? Purchase a summer pass that pays for all 3 months of summer yoga on the lawn at LeMay and Dune Peninsula, pop-ups at Lakewold Gardens, and any additional outdoor classes we may add. You do not need to book a spot. There will be a list of pass holders at check-in so you can just tell the check-in person your name when you arrive.  

    WHAT TO BRING

    • Mask
    • Yoga mat or beach towel
    • Water
    • Sunscreen
    • Sunglasses or hat
    • Layers — it can very chilly by Savasana at the end of class

    VENUE & PARKING

    Lakewold Gardens is a 10-acre non-profit estate garden located on Coast Salish Territory of the Puyallup Tribe at 12317 Gravelly Lake Drive SW, Lakewood, WA in an area known as the Lakes District.

    • Access to Lakewold Gardens included (regularly $10)
    • Free parking
    • No bathrooms

    SAFETY PROTOCOLS

    Social distancing: The field at Lakewold Gardens is large enough to spread out and ensure you have 6 feet of space around your mat. 

    Masks: This is considered a large gathering and masks are required from the time you arrive at the venue to the time you leave the venue, with the exception of when you are on your mat during class. 

    Contactless Booking & Check-In: All classes must be booked online. When you arrive, you'll tell your name to the person at the entrance.

    Team YW: Our team is vaccinated and will be masked when moving around students and during check-in.

    Props: No props will be provided. We will have a few beach towels on hand for anyone who forgets their own mat/towel, but all other props that can not be put into a washing machine will not be provided.

    10% FOR TACOMA MUTUAL AID COLLECTIVE

    We will donate 10% of all sales from our summer yoga series to the Tacoma Mutual Aid Collective. TMAC (@tacomamutualaid) works in solidarity with Tacoma communities to support resource, knowledge, and skill-sharing across our neighborhoods.⁠

    What is mutual aid?⁠ Mutual aid is about community and reciprocity, not charity. It can be loosely described as caring for others and working together to improve a community, even our world. Mutual aid organizing is volunteer-run, transparent, and driven by the needs articulated by community members.⁠