When blue skies and balmy weather are on the horizon, taking your yoga classes outside seems like a no-brainer. What could be more zen than sinking into a sun-drenched savasana? Or more grounding than feeling the actual Earth beneath your hands and feet, mid-downward dog?
It’s true, combining nature with yoga is rich with benefits you simply can’t get indoors. And there’s the added bonus of the fact you could find yourself selling more tickets in the warmer months. Think of it this way: attendees won’t have to choose between attending your class and getting some much needed Vitamin D.
On that note – read our quick guide to running outdoor yoga classes for all the important info you need to know 🧘👇.Read More