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Yoga in the Park
Centennial Sand Volleyball Courts
Tuesday, Jul 5, 2016 6:00 PM
Yoga is a fantastic workout to both build your strength and to learn valuable stretching poses for after a workout. Join us for free yoga with Kali Yuga Yoga every Tuesday between Memorial Day and Labor Day!

Cost: FREE event, open to the public
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Join Team Green Adventures and Kali Yuga Yoga every Tuesday evening between Memorial Day and Labor Day for free beginner-friendly Yoga at Centennial Park! Yoga in the Park is a wonderful way to unwind from your day, enjoy the outdoors, and learn new styles of yoga. Kali Yuga Yoga student instructors will lead the practice each week while highlighting basic yoga poses. All ability levels are welcome. Afterwards, jump in on Team Green's Sand Volleyball!

When: Every TUESDAY from 6-7pm (June-August)
Yoga starts promplty at 6:15pm. Late arrivals are discouraged, so please try to be prompt.

Where: Centennial Park Sand Volleyball Courts
Park Plaza & 31st Ave
Nashville, TN
Meet to the LEFT of the Sand Volleyball courts, in the flat grassy area.
Cost: FREE event, open to the public

Trip Leader: Sheryl Handley, Nerissa Aquino, or Erin Pauling

Difficulty: Yoga is beginner-friendly. Choose the pose that is most comfortable for you and go at your own pace
Registration: No registration is needed - just show up and jump in!
Group Size: There are no group size limits for yoga, but getting there early will help secure you a spot up front!

Parking: Parking is available throughout Centennial Park. There is a small lot adjacent to the volleyball courts, but if that is full, there are others nearby!


Children Policy: Children are welcome, but must be supervised if they are not focused enough to participate
Dog Policy: Dogs are welcome, but must be supervised and on a leash
Weather Policy: This event will be cancelled if there is heavy rain leading up to the event (wet ground) or any rain during the event. Check out Team Green's Facebook and Twitter pages for last-minute weather notifications. Updates will be made at least an hour before the start time!
Cancellation Policy: No registration, no cancellations. Just show up to participate!


Yoga is a fantastic workout to both build your strength and to learn valuable stretching poses for after a workout. While at Yoga in the Park, feel free to ask the instructor for a “theme” to your workout. For example, if you want to prepare for a long hike or if you want to stretch after your long paddling getaway from the weekend before, say so!

  • Yoga mat or large towel
  • Comfortable, cool clothes that allows for movement
  • Water
  • Hand towel (recommended, if you get sweaty)
  • Bug spray (expect ants and mosquitos!)
  • Sunblock

It is very important that all participants sign the Weekly Waiver. Some weeks we'll have a raffle drawing from the list of waivers!


Kali Yuga Yoga studio is a gathering place built on passion, love and generosity of spirit. Kali Yuga Yoga holds its roots in the philosophy that we can use yoga as physical therapy to reverse the effects of the "Kali Yuga." Using the ancient principals of "Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space" in conjunction with the physical poses, we seek to manipulate ourselves to control both the involuntary and voluntary actions of the body, cleansing and balancing us both inside and out.

Yoga in the Park is usually taught by graduates of Kali Yuga Yoga's teacher training program, Yoga YOUniversity. This 200-hour course is designed to help you become a certified yoga instructor, and is officially approved by the Yoga Alliance. They invite students of all backgrounds and disciplines to join them for this in-depth semester study program in a small group setting. The class is designed to deepen your practice and prepare you mentally and physically to be a confident yoga instructor. Yoga YOUniversity now offers an Independent Study course for students who can't commit to a regular class schedule and want the opportunity to complete the coursework at their own pace.

Check out additional wide variety of classes, workshops and retreats offered by Kali Yuga Yoga!


Metro Nashville has preserved thousands of acres of public parks, and offers recreational activities that appeal to all ages and fitness levels. Metro Parks and Recreation hosts classes ranging from fitness, aquatics, and dance to kayaking, tennis, and visual arts. Within Nashville, there are 7 Regional Community Centers and 19 Neighborhood Community Centers, in addition to the Centennial Sportsplex which is a fitness, aquatics and ice rink facility offering fitness programs, youth out-of-school programs, youth and adult sports, disabilities recreation programs, and much more. Metro Parks and Recreation also manages over 190 miles of greenways and trails within Davidson County.


Team Green's weekly Sand Volleyball will be going on at the same time. After the yoga session, come stick your toes in the sand and jump in on a fun casual game or two. We have two courts set up with one designated for "just have fun" players and the other for more competative players. We have only two rules:

  1. No forming teams: Once a game is over, everyone gets off the court and new players begin a game.
  2. No poor sportsmanship: We're all out there to have fun. Don't take yourself (or the game) too seriously!

Alcohol is not permitted on Metro Parks properties. We enforce this rule as well.


No registration is required for this event. Just show up, and please try to be on time. If you join the class late, please do so without disrupting other yogis.