2023 Outdoor Yoga Schedule – Kansas City, KS
Bonner Springs Farmers Market
100 E. 2nd Street, Bonner Springs, KS, United States, Kansas
Bonner Springs Farmers’ Market is held every Saturday from May 7 through October 15, 8 a.m. to NOON.
Yoga starts at 10:00 am. All levels. Bring your yoga mat, water, and a towel!
Make sure you take some time before or after to shop around the Farmers Market!!!
Yoga Frequently Asked Questions
Welcome! Some questions you might have if you are new to the practice of yoga.
What is Yoga?
Yoga is a system for bringing balance into your body and mind. It involves the physical practice of yoga postures called asanas, and breathing exercises called pranayama. Yoga also includes meditation.
What do I need to bring to Yoga class?
Bring some water, your yoga mat, and a towel. I will have a few yoga mats and props to share. The Sunday Sunrise Yin Yoga sessions might be a bit chilly – if you have a blanket, you could bring that to use during warm-up and for the post-meditation.
I’m new to Yoga. Are these classes for me?
Yes, absolutely. I try to make sure that I share all variations of each pose to accommodate the beginner and the more advanced. Childs pose is a restorative pose and perfect if you need a rest at ANY time. Yoga is for EVERYONE. One aspect that I truly love about Yoga is that it is not a competition, it is more of a self-study.
What are the benefits of Yoga?
Yoga has many physical benefits. The physical practice of Yoga (Asana) creates a flexible, toned, and strong body. Yoga improves breathing and increases stamina, energy, and metabolism. Yoga improves circulatory and cardiac health while decreasing body pain and correcting posture.
Yoga can do some amazing transformations in your mental health, making you happier, more balanced, emotionally calmer, and increasing your confidence. Yoga helps you relax so you can handle stress better.
The spiritual benefits of yoga are key. Yoga teaches you to become aware of what is going on inside and outside of you. Yoga teaches you to be present in your surroundings and open to what is all around – in other words, more mindful.