Enjoy some time outdoors, move your body, and help relieve stress with free yoga in downtown Evansville, Indiana.

Yoga is Great Stress Relief

Stress levels continue to rise, leaving many of us feeling burnt out and emotionally and mentally exhausted. I know I'm not alone in feeling that way, and you aren't either. So the real question becomes, what do we do about it?

Fortunately, there are ways that we can help ourselves manage that stress, and a simple yet effective way to provide the self-care that we need is to practice some type of physical activity. One in particular actually happens to be extraordinary for helping to manage stress - yoga.

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Free Yoga in Downtown Evansville

If you're wondering where to go to practice yoga, where you can go that is inclusive or maybe where can you go that it's affordable - you're in luck! Beginning in May, Downtown Evansville will be home to free weekly yoga classes led by certified yoga instructor, Zola O. Johnson.

Bring Your Yoga Mat and a Friend

You are encouraged to bring your yoga mat, a bottle of water, and a friend. Each class will be held on Wednesday evenings beginning at 5:30 pm, and again the sessions are free to attend with all skill levels welcome. The classes will take place on Wednesdays in May and June, rain or shine.

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See You On the Post House Lawn

The weekly yoga sessions will take place on the lawn of the Post House in the heart of Downtown Evansville, located at 215 Vine Street. Should the weather not cooperate for outdoor yoga, the sessions will be moved indoors to the first floor of Innovation Pointe located at 318 Main Street.

Free Yoga Days in Evansville

The yoga sessions will take place on the following days:

May 3rd


May 17th

May 24th

May 31st

June 7th

June 14th

June 21st

June 28th

Grab your yoga mat and take advantage of this free experience in the heart of Downtown Evansville. To learn more visit the official Facebook event page.

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