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ASU 365 Community Union presents the Live Well Stadium Yoga Series


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August 27, 2019

Just in time for the start of the school year, ASU 365 Community Union is officially open and ready to bring a variety of events to the ASU campus and surrounding community. Starting in September, the Community Union will be offering free yoga classes on the Coca-Cola Sun Deck at Sun Devil Stadium as a part of the Live Well Stadium Yoga Series.  

“The 365 Community Union strives to bring communities together, and what better way than with free yoga?” said Colleen Jennings-Roggensack, ASU vice president of cultural affairs.

Get the mind-body benefits by learning the basic principles of yoga and practice with an amazing group of people right on the ASU Coca-Cola Sun Deck. Each one-hour introductory-level class is an opportunity for yogis and new practitioners to learn the basic principles of yoga and to share positive vibes with Sun Devils, community members and stadium views.   

“Yoga is a centuries-old wellness discipline, the practical benefits of which to cognitive function, physical adaptability and spiritual strength are only beginning to be fully realized by medical science today," said Troy Sterner, program manager for ASU 365 Community Union. "It is a profound honor to be working with local studios in the community to offer this kind of engagement as we kick off wellness programming at the ASU 365 Community Union.”

Each session is taught by instructors from local studios across the Valley, including Yoga to the People, Hot Yoga University, The Madison, Laughing Buddha Yoga and Sweatshop on Central, as well as teachers from ASU’s very own Sun Devil Fitness Complex. The 11-week series will feature 16 classes. 

Whether you are a hardcore yogi or brand new to the practice, all levels are welcome. 

As collaborating Tempe studio Laughing Buddha Yoga puts it, “If you can breathe, you can do yoga.” Classes are complimentary for both students and community members.Take one hour for yourself to relax, bend and breathe. Please be sure to RSVP and bring a mat, towel, water and a positive attitude.

All classes begin at 7 a.m.

Class schedule: 

  • Sept. 9-14, 16, 26, 30 
  • Oct. 7, 17, 21, 28
  • Nov. 4, 18
  • Dec. 2

Claim your free spot exclusively through the ASU Mobile App.

More information on all the upcoming events at ASU 365 Community Union at asu365communityunion.com.

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