New Orleans, LA

Join and Experience Yoga with Lee for everyone in City Park

Curtis Macken

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NEW ORLEANS, LA - New Orleans is known as a busy city, with a variety of music activities, festivals, culinary and parties that never stop all the time. However, who said that New Orleans doesn't have some Yoga activities that will pamper your body and relax your mind?

For those of you who are tired of the busyness and density of work in the city, yoga might be the right relief. Stop inside one of our favorite studios or even an outdoor park to deepen your breath, reset your alignment, and regain your movement after a hectic day visiting the city's fascinating sights.

Come and Join "Yoga with Lee for Everyone in City Park", which will be held on every Saturday at New Orleans City Park. The activity usually is held at the Great Lawn close to Victory Ave (Story Land side) or if the group won't be there, you can take a look under the Peristyle.

Don't fret, this yoga activity is by donation or even Free for everyone at any level. Whoever you are, wherever you come from, if you want to experience the excitement of Yoga, you should not miss the event!

New Orleans City Park has offered residents and visitors from all over the world with access to extensive natural and cultural resources for over 170 years. With an area of 1,300 acres, New Orleans City Park makes it one of the largest urban parks in the United States.

The New Orleans Botanical Garden, Couturie Forest and Arboretum, New Orleans Museum of Art, Louisiana Children's Museum, and the world's biggest grove of mature live oaks, some of which are about 800 years old, are all located in the Park.

The Park offers walking trails, an urban forest, open space, cultural amenities, and recreation services to the entire society where high poverty rates, significant achievement gaps, poor environmental health, and youth disconnections affect physical and mental health, with 67 percent of its visitors residing in Orleans and Jefferson parishes.

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