For its third consecutive year, 365 Community Union will be hosting its twice weekly yoga program out of Sun Devil Stadium this spring.
The spring 2022 series of Stadium Yoga classes will feature a lineup of instructors from studios all across the Valley, including Ahimsa House, Yoga Players Club, Arizona Yoga Company and De La Sol Yoga. The series is open to the ASU community and the general public alike and is inclusive for all levels of practice.
Complimentary to all participants, 365 Community Union’s Stadium Yoga program offers a unique experience to ASU and Valley community members that you won’t find elsewhere. Unlike other fitness programs where multiple classes might be scheduled as part of a plan or necessary regimen, Stadium Yoga allows participants to choose which days fit best into their schedule and register for as many or as few classes as they’d like. Participants are able to register for all of their intended classes all at once, on a weekly basis, or on whatever timeline works best for them.
The 16-week series will include 27 classes on select Tuesday afternoons in-person and Saturday mornings in a hybrid format. Each class will run for approximately one hour.
Registration for classes is required to participate and can be found on the ASU 365 Community Union website and social media channels. It is recommended that all participants bring their own yoga mat, towel, and water bottle.
Class schedule by month:
Tuesday classes will take place in-person on the Coca-Cola Sun Deck at 6 p.m. Saturday hybrid classes will take place in-person in the San Tan Ford Club and virtually via Zoom at 9:30 a.m.
Jan. 11, 15, 18, 22, 25 and 29
Feb. 1, 5, 8, 12, 15, 19, 22 and 26
March 1, 15, 19, 22, 26 and 29
April 2, 5, 12, 16, 19, 26 and 30
Register now at asu365communityunion.com.
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