This season’s Yoga in the Park lineup is more robust than ever, including monthly sound baths and the new class “Fight & Flow,” a hybrid workout that combines yoga, mobility training, martial arts, and more.
Atlanta Downtown Improvement District and AMADOR are excited to announce the homecoming of one of the summer’s favorite outdoor events. Yoga in the Park starts April 1st at 10 a.m. in Downtown Atlanta’s Woodruff Park. The inaugural class is led by Malik Khalid who will teach an all-level Vinyasa Flow and Rachel Domingo who will lead a soothing sound bath at the end of the session.
Classes are held every Saturday starting April 1st through September 30th from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. and are led by a rotating list of teachers.
“Yoga in Woodruff Park gives residents a rare chance to slow down amid the bustle of our daily lives and connect with other members of the community,” said Wilma Sothern, Vice President of Marketing at Central Atlanta Progress and Atlanta Downtown Improvement District. “Starting your weekend with exercise and fellowship is a truly unique way to feel refreshed and rejuvenated. We’re thrilled for this program to return, thanks in no small part to Malik and his dedication to Downtown Atlanta.”
AMADOR is a community yoga program founded in 2019 by yoga teacher Malik Khalid rooted in advancing access to yoga and mindfulness through free and reduced programming. AMADOR uses a pop-up model to accelerate their reach through grassroots programming, while promoting more positive, inclusive images of people of color in yoga and wellness.