Perfect your downward dog at our free yoga classes

Bryant Park’s renowned summer yoga series returns beginning Wednesday, June 16! Join us digitally on our Instagram or live in the park, and enjoy a weekly Wednesday evening class hosted on the park’s lawn. Both options are free!

We welcome all levels of practice. Every pose can be modified, adapted or adjusted to your liking.

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In-person class registration + info

Due to COVID-19 safety protocols and in accordance with New York State guidelines, participants must pre-register for in-person classes this year. Sign up here.

We recommend arriving to class 15 minutes early so you can register and roll out your mat. Please note: this summer the park is not providing mats, so bring your own!

Can’t make it to the park, or didn’t register? Join us on our IGTV! More info below.

2021 schedule + instructors

June 16 – August 18, 2021
Wednesdays, 6pm-7pm

June 16: Bethany Lyons of Lyons Den Power Yoga
June 23: Seamus Tyson, Mia Fasanelli, and Sandy Sperou of Yoga Shanti
June 30: Dre Drummond of Y7
July 7: Madeline Hickman
July 14: Mona Anand of Ishta Yoga
July 21: Kristen Kemp
July 28: Dana Flynn
Aug 4: Bee Creel
Aug 11: Pilin Anice, Health Coach at THE WELL in NYC
Aug 18: Sara Clark

How do I join the class digitally?

After great success hosting virtual yoga last summer, we are thrilled to continue offering digital sessions while bringing back in-person classes this June!

To join digitally please be sure to follow our Instagram page @bryantparknyc and join us a few minutes before 6pm on class day on our IGTV, or look for a notice on your page that the park is going live.

What should I bring?

For virtual classes: Use your yoga mat or a towel and find a quiet space with enough room for your practice.

For classes in the park: To ensure all yogi’s feel safe and comfortable, we are asking that guests bring their own mats to class this summer. We also recommend a towel, water, and positive attitude, namaste!

How can I teach a class?

Please email

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