Yoga class has never been quite like this. Park City Yoga Adventures combines the great outdoors with yoga for a truly unique experience. If you want to change up your yoga routine in 2016, start with a guided February outing to the Homestead Crater.
You and your group will make your way to the 10,000-year-old crater by hiking or snowshoeing. Choose a challenging hike or a more laid-back route. Stunning views are your reward for a job well done.
Yoga in a Crater
Upon arrival, you’ll enjoy yoga class on a paddleboard balanced in 95- to 98-degree water. If you’re wondering how comfortable the experience can be in February, don’t worry; the crater is sheltered from the weather by a stone encasement. You’ll find the air warm and the water calm. The only time the temperature dips to 60 or 65 degrees is on exceptionally cold days.
Yoga enthusiasts and beginners alike will enjoy the class. If you’re new to yoga in 2016, you’ll learn poses in an intimate setting. Even seasoned yoga enthusiasts are likely to pick up some pointers; the balancing act required to combine yoga with paddleboards can be as challenging as it sounds.
Spring Water Benefits
Besides learning new moves or improving your alignment skills, you’ll experience these benefits at Park City Yoga Adventures’ Homestead Crater classes:
- CO2 bubbles exfoliate and invigorate dry winter skin
- Warm water relaxes the muscles and helps lower blood pressure
Classes are private. Reserve a space for yourself and your friends, or join another group if you’re going solo. You’ll need to arrange your own transportation to the location from which you’ll hike to the crater.
Mix up your fitness routine this February with yoga inside the Homestead Crater. Paddleboard yoga classes in this unique setting offer perks you won’t find in any other class. Reserve your spot in early 2016 to find out why Park City locals and visitors alike are raving about the experience.