Summer is the season to take your fitness program outside...and that means yoga too!

Looking to practice yoga, but also get some fresh air? Well there are plenty of places to do just that on the Southcoast this summer.

  • Studio on 6 Facebook page
    Studio on 6 Facebook page

    Bittersweet Farm

    Studio on 6 offers outdoor classes every Tuesday night at Bittersweet Farm in Westport all summer long.

    Starting June 13th you can enjoy this all level class on the gorgeous grounds of Bittersweet Farm from 5:30-6:30 pm

    The class is donation based, so grab your mat and get ready to stretch with Studio on 6. (or grab a drink at the tavern while your friends do yoga!)

  • Yoga at the River Facebook page
    Yoga at the River Facebook page

    Westport River

    Yoga on the banks of the Westport River starts this June.

    You can actually take your practice to the water, with a class at the head of the Westport River every Wednesday night this summer.

    These all level classes will be 6-7pm and the suggested donation is $5-$10.

    Participants are also advised to bring some light layers, as it can get chilly by the end of class.

  • Yoga at the Fort Facebook page
    Yoga at the Fort Facebook page

    Fort Tabor

    South Coast Yoga is hosting Yoga at the Fort all summer long.

    You can stretch in a historic setting for just $5 per class!

    Yoga at the Fort happens twice a week, Mondays and Thursdays (weather permitting) from 6:15-7:30 pm.

    You can also bring children to this one, though they do suggest the child be at least 10 or older.

  • Yoga at the Fort Facebook page
    Yoga at the Fort Facebook page

    Fort Phoenix

    Another great site for outdoor yoga is Fort Phoenix...and you can practice here every Saturday morning this summer.

    Rise and Shine Yoga starts June 24th and is hosted by South Coast Yoga.

    You can start your weekend with this "energizing yoga practice" that is just $5 per class.

    You can also pair it with Yoga at Fort Tabor and buy a class pass for both!

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