Outside Yoga in Charleston

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If you’re looking for a change in your yoga routine, or even if you’ve never tried yoga and want to know what it’s all about, RootsRated offers some suggestions. After all, what better way to embrace the lowcountry humidity than to get out there and use it to your advantage as an all natural hot yoga studio? Charleston offers plenty of outside yoga classes; here are a few that are definitely worth looking into.

1. Yoga Under the Oaks

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By far one of the best experiences you can have doing Yoga outdoors, Yoga Under the Oaks takes it a step further and throws happy hour and food from Coastal Crust into the mix. This event takes place at Historic Charlestown Landing, a pleasant backdrop for a peaceful hour of Yoga under massive Live Oaks. Check out their website for dates and times. There are only a few dates left for 2014, and you most certainly do not want to miss out.

2. Barefoot Yoga Studio

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Barefoot Yoga offers all level vinyasa flow classes every Sunday Morning in Park Circle. This is the comfortable environment for people looking to get into yoga, as well as an excellent class for experienced practitioners. This studio is also offering their Lunar Asana Series Yoga classes July 10th, and 13th. If getting out in the heat of the morning sun isn’t quite your style, maybe doing yoga under the moonlight will satisfy your outdoor yoga needs, either way you are sure to have a great experience. For more information visit Barefoot Yoga Studio.

3. Charleston SUP Safaris

SUP Safari

SUP yoga is quickly growing more popular around Charleston, and Charleston SUP Safaris has classes for beginners and experts. If you love the workout you gain from yoga on solid ground, just imagine the burn you’ll be feeling after balancing on a paddleboard for an hour; you will be hooked. An intense workout combined with the beautiful scenery of Charleston’s tidal flats and creeks is worth experiencing in person. Directions, class, and rental information can be found at Charleston Paddler or   Charleston SUP Safaris’ website .

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