the Project “Yoga in the parks” resumes. Free classes in the fresh air will start to carry out from 1 July to 20 green recreation areas under the jurisdiction of the city Department of culture. The program was developed so that participants could try different practices and choose the most suitable direction.

classes certified teachers with experience not less than one year. Training can be arranged in the mornings and evenings. The duration of each is from one to one and a half hours. The classes consist of power and relaxation asanas, breathing practices and meditative exercises. Practices designed for any fitness level. Novice teachers will offer lightweight asanas.

it is necessary to bring the Mat, it is also recommended to wear comfortable clothing. If the outside temperature is below 18 degrees, classes will not be held. In case of rain, they are held only in those parks where there are sheds, for example in the garden of “Hermitage” and Park “Severnoe Tushino”. Check the schedule of classes on the Moorpark pages in social networks “In contact”, “Instagram” and “Facebook”. It will be available for users on June 30 from 08:00.

in may the project “Yoga in the parks” was available online in social networks Moorpark. Almost two months of training took place on the platform of the Zoom. Although now you can attend classes directly in the capital’s parks, the green zones continue to operate preventive restrictions. Visitors must have personal protective equipment and to comply with social distance.

yoga Classes are held in the following parks:

— Gorky Park;

Park of arts “Muzeon”;

the landscape Park “Mitino”;

— the Park on Olonetsky proezd;

— the “Terletskaya Dubrava”;

the area “red ponds”;

the estate Vorontsovo;


— the garden of “Hermitage”.

— the garden named after Bauman;

— Lianozovo Park;

— Park “Dubki”;

Park “Khodynka field”;

— Izmailovo Park;

— Perovsky Park;

the Park “Fili”;

— Park “Krasnaya Presnya”;

the Park “Kuzminki”;

Park “Northern Tushino”;

— Tagansky Park.

Since June 1, the city’s parks, Department of culture, opened for walking. From June 16 rest areas available for visitors to the summer veranda. Also resumed its work non-stationary retail outlets where you can buy ice cream and soft drinks, and on June 23 began working as a sports equipment rental.

However, some of their activities while parks continue in an online format.