9/26 Yoga & Nature Walk with Tahoma Audubon Society
The stillness of bird watching is an opportunity to pause and take it all in — to listen closely to each unique song, to experience the seasons and migratory patterns of birds, and to learn about native plants and other wildlife in their habitat. Bird watching teaches us how to listen closely (to bird songs), to observe (migratory patterns), and to appreciate and love nature. This is mindfulness.
Enjoy a gentle walk around Wapato Lake at Wapato Park. We will stop along the way to practice breathing techniques, mindful movement, and gentle stretches while observing and listening to the birds around us. This class is great for yoga beginners or anyone that enjoys being outdoors.
- Masks required
- Online signup required — 10 spots available
- No mats will be used
- Binoculars (optional)
WHERE TO MEET: Class will start at the white columns near the Sheridan St entrance.
This program is in partnership with the Tahoma Audubon Society. The Tahoma Audubon Society advocates for the protection of wildlife and promotes conservation through education and activities that enrich its member’s experiences in and with the natural world.
Photo by Robert Riches