Greenhouse yoga at the Horticulture Center
Join us for Bring Your Own Mat yoga classes led by local teachers at the beautiful Fairmount Park Horticulture Center.
December 8, 2019
9:30am - 11:00am
Fairmount Park Horticulture Center
100 N. Horticulture Dr.
Philadelphia, PA 19131
Escape the winter blues with an all-levels vinyasa style yoga class surrounded by tropical plants inside a greenhouse! Classes are led by Lauren Daddis.
This Sunday, December 8 class will feature singing bowls with Johnny Baba.
Due to the large size of the class, we recommend yogis have at least one yoga class under their belt.
Classes are $15 for non-members, **FREE (you read that right!)** for members of the Fairmount Park Conservancy. Membership to the Fairmount Park Conservancy starts at $35 and helps support our work in Philly’s parks. At $50 and above you will receive a map and a Park Perk Pass to use throughout the park system for exciting discounts (including 20% off the nearby Treetop Quest course, BOGO admission at Shofuso, discounts on Wheel Fun Rentals, and more). To learn more about membership please click here.
Please bring your own yoga mat and water! Please note that the floor of the Horticulture Center is similar to an outdoor surface. You may want to bring something to place under your yoga mat (both for padding and to keep your yoga mat clean) or be prepared to clean your yoga mat after the class because it will get dirty!
We do not offer refunds for these classes.
Getting to The Horticulture Center in West Fairmount Park:
We encourage participants to walk, bike or take public transit to The Horticulture Center in West Fairmount Park.
The Horticulture Center is a five-minute walk from the Please Touch Museum, in West Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.
Take Septa Bus 38, Septa Bus 40, or the PhillyPhlash to the Please Touch Museum.
Walk through the Please Touch Museum parking lot on the left of the building
Turn left onto Lansdowne Drive
Pass through the black iron gate
The Horticulture Center will be directly ahead.
More info at SEPTA.org
Parking is also available at the Horticulture Center.