Outdoor Yoga – The Perfect Solution for Anyone Stuck at Home

Tucson Yoga Jam in Park
Tucson Yoga Jam in Park

Yoga practitioners have used the practice to promote healing and spiritual growth for over 5000 years. It helps people of all walks of life and fitness levels achieve relaxation and reduce inflammation of the body. Even though our modern, scientific evidence-based society doesn’t focus on the alternative healing practices of other cultures, we are lucky enough to have dedicated, experienced yogis offering a wonderful outdoor yoga lesson every Wednesday with Yoga Jam in the Park thanks to teacher Kyndle Fire and DJ Jeremiah Christo!

Yoga Jam in the Park with Kyndle Fire!
Yoga Jam in the Park with Kyndle Fire!

When and Where is Yoga Jam in the Park?

You can find Kyndle and other yoga enthusiasts jamming out every Wednesday evening starting at 6:30pm in Armory Park. You can find Armory Park by heading to Downtown Tucson and driving along 6th Avenue. It is located opposite the Children’s Museum of Tucson. Bring your own gear and prepare for an awesome experience!

What Can I Expect at Jam in the Park?

What, just getting out of the house isn’t enough? Beyond enjoying the welcoming confines of Armory Park, you can expect to meet fun new people and try a dynamic, athletic form of yoga that is as rewarding as it is challenging. This program usually begins closer to 7pm and runs about an hour, followed thereafter by flow arts and dancing.

DJ Jeremiah Christo keeps the the pulse pounding with his energetic mixes while Kyndle Fire guides you deep breathing practices and thought-provoking meditations. This entire event runs on donations and charity. So be sure to come generous and stay late for the funnest Wednesday night you’ll have all summer!

To learn everything else there is to know about Yoga Jam in the Park with Kyndle Fire and DJ Jeremiah Christo, check the GayTucson Event Calendar!

Have a fun day, Tony Ray 😎

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