Yoga is a great way to relax, but taking a studio class often comes with a daunting price tag. But tonight, you can take a free yoga class at the Boston Common Frog Pond while enjoying one of the city’s tranquil settings. Free Summer Yoga at Frog Pond offers a vinyasa flow class for all levels from 6 to 7:15 pm each Thursday throughout the summer.
The classes, led by four talented instructors, run through August 30 and focus on releasing stress and expanding energy. It’s not unusual to see as many as 200 students each week at the popular event. Everyone is encouraged to challenge themselves at their own pace.
Weather-related cancellations are posted by 3 pm Thursdays on Facebook and Twitter. So grab your yoga mat, a bottle of water, and your comfiest yoga clothes for a night of unwinding in America’s oldest public park. Free Summer Yoga is part of the Boston Health Commission’s Summer Fitness Series, which offers free Zumba and tai chi classes, walking groups, line dancing, an Afrobeat boot camp, and more.
If you can’t make it to the Frog Pond tonight, check out some of the many other free yoga classes offered at several locations around Boston this summer, among them Seaport Common, Dewey Square, and Castle Island.
Free Summer Yoga is held on the lawn adjacent to the Frog Pond Carousel each Thursday from 6 to 7:15 pm through August 30. Participants should bring their own yoga mats and plenty of water. Take an MBTA Green Line trolley to Arlington or Park Street.