Summer Yoga at Dune Peninsula
***ONLINE SIGNUP REQUIRED***
Signups open each Friday at noon for the following week's classes.
We are fortunate to live in a coastal environment with access to the powerful and healing force of water. Dune peninsula is an 11-acre park on a spit of land with180-degree views of the Puget Sound.
Join us for Summer Yoga at Dune Peninsula and allow the breathtaking views of Commencement Bay to soothe your mind and restore your body. In this Mindful Flow yoga practice experience the fluidity of motion followed by relaxing poses to leave you feeling content and calm.
BOOKING A CLASS
To book your spot, choose a date and price from the drop-down menus on this page.
- Signups open each Friday at noon for the following week's classes.
- Refund Policy: No refunds will be issued. If you can't attend class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to transfer your booking to a future date.
- Weather Policy: If the weather looks wild, we will cancel class by 4:30 PM. All students will be notified via email and an announcement will be posted on social media.
HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR PRICE
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
- Yoga mat or beach towel
- Sunglasses or hat
- Layers — it can very chilly by Savasana at the end of class
VENUE & PARKING
Dune Peninsula Park is located on Coast Salish Territory of the Puyallup Tribe at 5361 Yacht Club Rd, Tacoma, WA 98407
- Free parking
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.