‘Yoga on the Trail’ returns on Thursdays through summer

JACKSON, Wyo. — Every Thursday from July to August, top Jackson Hole yoga instructors will conduct weekly summer classes outside on the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s Sculpture Trail for “Yoga on the Trail.”

Participants will feel inspired doing Sun Salutations and Downward Dogs as they look across the grand vista of the National Elk Refuge. Join in connecting with two art forms—visual art inspired by artists over the centuries, and the art of yoga, ensuring a healthy mind, body, and spirit. All levels are welcome.

Yoga sessions are free of charge and will take place outside on the Sculpture Trail from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.*

Find instructor schedule below:

July 1: Michelle Haag
July 8: Lisa Simmons
July 15: Elizabeth Drapela
July 22: Lisa Laurie
July 29: Reesey Partlow
August 5: Missy Falcey
August 12: Daysha Hampton
August 19: Alisa Ehrenkranz
August 26: Dondi Tondro-Smith

*Yoga mats are not provided. Please remember to bring your own!

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