Enjoy Free Yoga Classes Six-Days-A-Week At Race Street Pier And On The Weekends At Schuylkill Banks, Beginning In Early April

Beginning in early April, both Race Street Pier and the Schuylkill Banks play host to free (!) yoga sessions for folks of all skill levels to enjoy. (Photo by R. Kennedy for Visit Philadelphia)

This spring (and summer!), free yoga abounds at both Race Street Pier and the Schuylkill Banks.

Like last year, Race Street Pier hosts free morning (and one evening!) yoga sessions, but this year, the public park welcomes yogis six-days-a-week for free yoga classes taught by the folks at Dhyana Yoga and Kaya Aerial Yoga.

Stop by every day, except Wednesdays, for an hour-long free yoga session. Classes begin on Saturday, April 5.

Depending on the day, yoga session times vary, check out the full list of yoga session times right here.

While most free yoga sessions are in the morning, Race Street Pier hosts one evening class on Thursdays at 6 p.m., which is perfect for the after-work crowd.

The classes are completely free, just bring a yoga mat and be ready to stretch out.

In addition to free yoga on the Delaware River Waterfront, the Schuylkill Banks, near 25th and Locust streets, plays host to free yoga sessions on Saturday mornings, beginning at 11 a.m. Also taught by instructors from Dhyana Yoga, the classes begin on Saturday, April 5 and welcome small donations from participants.

The classes at the Schuylkill Banks are slated to end with picnics and brunch specials at area restaurants to make sure your weekend really starts on the right foot.

Looking to save a buck and get in shape? You’re in luck.

Free Yoga at Race Street Pier
When: Beginning on April 5, Everyday except Wednesdays
Where: Race Street Pier, Columbus Boulevard and Race Street
Cost: Free
More info: www.delawareriverwaterfront.com

Free Yoga at the Schuylkill Banks
When: Beginning on April 5, Saturdays, 11 a.m.
Where: 25th and Locust Streets
Cost: Free
More info: www.schuylkillbanks.org


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  1. Looks like a really nice event held during the spring not too hot and not too cold. I hope they have it again. Looking forward to it.

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