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Free Yoga in Bryant Park

Sports and fitness, Yoga & Pilates Bryant Park , Midtown West Until Thursday August 29 2019
3 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
Free Yoga in Bryant Park
Photograph: Courtesy Angelito Jusay

Time Out says

Whether you’re a die-hard yogi or a noob searching for vinyasa, folks of all fitness levels are welcome to find Zen beneath the trees at Bryant Park every Tuesday morning and Thursday evening through the end of August. The outdoor hub is hosting its 17th season of gratis yoga, in partnership with Health magazine this year. Instructors from yoga studios all over NYC teach you how to perfect the poses while you focus on deep breathing. Classes are held at Upper Terrace on Tuesdays and the on the Lawn every Thursday, and wellness brand Gaiam is donating 1,200 mats for folks to use during the class in addition to fitness giveaways.

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Address: 40th to 42nd Sts between Fifth and Sixth Aves
New York
10018
Transport: Subway: B, D, F, M to 42nd St–Bryant Park; 7 to Fifth Ave
Price: Free
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Opening hours: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Oct–Dec daily 7am–10pm; May 7am-11pm; Jun–Sept weekdays 7am–midnight, weekends 7am-11pm
Event website: https://bryantpark.org/programs/yoga

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tastemaker

Definitely a great experience at least once. The price is right (free) and the venue is lovely (Bryant Park). But, it's not quite peaceful or zen, and of course it isn't an intense workout. I love that they provide mats, and it's a nice treat to savasana in the grass. 

tastemaker

How do you say no to a free yoga class in one of NYC's best green spaces? This is a great way for a newbie to try yoga for the first time and for an experienced yogi to take a break from a more intense session, as the size of the crowd can make it difficult for an attendee to focus on themselves.  Go early so you can have a good spot towards the front of the stage so you can hear and see the instructor clearly.  If you're worried about getting there late, bring your own mat so you can join the class as soon as you get there.