Save Our Springs Alliance hosts Yoga at the Springs
published on June 19, 2012
One of the best choices for Austinites looking to cool down in the summer months is taking a dip in one of Austin’s jewels, Barton Springs Pool. Another, more portable, option for cooling down is learning yogic breathing that cools the body. This June and July, yoga fans can combine yoga with swimming as Save Our Springs Alliance brings back Yoga at the Springs. The free yoga session meets every Saturday at 10am through July at the back gate area outside of the pool, just off of Robert E. Lee Rd in central Austin. All that interested participants should bring is a mat, a water bottle, and their yogic spirit.
The event is hosted by the Save Our Springs Alliance, a local organization that “works to protect the Edwards Aquifer, its springs and contributing streams, and the natural and cultural heritage of the Hill Country region and its watershed, with special emphasis on Barton Springs.” Their work includes advocacy, public awareness, events, and more, and they have managed to make significant impacts on the springs since they came to existence in 1992. The June classes will be taught by teachers from Yoga Yoga, a great school with locations that stretch from their Highway 360 location near the Barton Creek subdivision to their North Austin location, not far from the Milwood area.
The choice of where to execute a yoga practice can be a very personal one. Whether it’s outside under a beautiful oak tree or inside a Zen-like studio, Austin offers many options for yogis. An equally personal choice is where one chooses a home, and to help narrow down that choice, home buyers should look to the Austin Realtors at Regent Property Group.
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