YOGA- Park


South Glenmore Park

Park is located at 24th St SW & 90th Ave SW. Look for the green area behind parking lot.

Join us and enjoy a relaxing and engaging class outdoors! Yoga at the Park starts June 8th and will continue all summer until September 28th.

Improve strength, balance and flexibility. Yoga classes may improve breathing to increase blood flow, aid release muscular tightness and increase tone, improve respiration, energy and vitality. Come and experience the benefits of Yoga with us! Designed to increase flexibility and the practice of traditional posts, this class is suitable for beginners and those looking to master their alignment.

What to bring to class? Yoga mat, water, yoga socks or barefoot, blanket for warmth(not necessary), wear comfortable clothing. Remember this is an outdoor class sunblock, mosquito repellent and hat is recommended.

  • Thursdays 7:30PM (1hr)
  • Register by clicking on link below and follow the App instructions.
  • Drop-ins $15 – Try a class for $5. register and pay at the park (cash only).
  • Get a punch card – click HERE for more information.
  • Joining us for Zumba at 6:40pm? For an extra $5 (paid at the park, cash only) you will have the option of joining our Yoga class. To register click on button below.

These outdoor classes are weather depended and classes may be cancelled due to bad weather. You will be notified via email of any changes up to 30 minutes before class. Stay tuned!

Meet Alana Fischer…

I first came to yoga almost two decades ago on the recommendation of an acting teacher who suggested it as a way to improve breath control.  Once I immersed myself in the practice of yoga I fell in love with it.  For me yoga is the one thing that helps me experience a true sense of calm and what keeps me coming back to my mat. 

My approach to yoga is a result of my deep reverence for both tradition, and the insights of western alignment. Between traditional training in hatha yoga in Mysore India, and western style training here in Calgary, I have completed over 500 hours of teacher training. I like to teach foundational yoga poses in a slow and controlled way that helps participants build strength and flexibility and connect to the present moment and the experience of being in their body. Having fun on the mat is always essential!