All of October Sundays @9:00 – Sunday Morning Stretch @4MRMarket
(Note: Sundays in November, we will move to our winter hours 9 am – 10 am)
Join us for Four Mile Run Market Sunday Morning Stretch with yoga instructor Julia P. Valentine (RYT-200).
Wake up gently with an hour of stretching on the floor (or in a chair if you prefer) — enjoy the benefits of gentle yoga without needing to know any yoga words or names of poses. This class is for everybody!
We are expecting a gorgeous, crisp fall day — great for gentle stretching on the porch (if it is too crisp, we will be inside the red building in a heated room)! Class is held where the temperature is most comfortable: outdoors in the nice weather on the comfortable porch, or inside the heated or cooled red building. Julia closes class with some amazing samples from the Four Mile Run Farmers Market family of vendors including, whenever available, artisanal bacon from The Fermented Pig, bites of fresh bagels from Baked by Yael, and recently samples of Agape Smoothies.
100% of your donation goes to the Four Mile Run Conservatory Foundation for continued improvements and programs.
Suggested donation $10 — at class or pay ahead online at:
What wear: No yoga or work out clothes necessary, just dress comfortably for moving around.
What to bring: Bring a mat or towel & water bottle. (there is a water fountain to refill your bottle). Bathroom: Facilities and water fountain on site.
The Four Mile Run Conservatory Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and volunteer organization formed in 2016 following years of community efforts to foster the preservation, beautification, improvement, maintenance, and enjoyment of Four Mile Run Park.
Their mission is to engage and educate the public and to maintain the trail system and natural lands around lower Four Mile Run to improve Four Mile Run Park and to foster respect and stewardship for this unique urban ecosystem and its natural, historic, and recreational resources. Their vision is a Four Mile Run Park that is fully utilized and appreciated by its neighbors and other stakeholders as an important part of community life, a resource for recreation, and a model for natural lands maintenance in an urban setting.
See Overview Map of lower Four Mile Run and the Park.
Their 2018-2019 Annual Report is now available. See their profile page on GuideStar.
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