Free and Donation Yoga Classes
There are free & donation
yoga classes offered in the Austin area! Here are a few:
Sundays at 5pm, 512-492-3034
Yoga, all classes are donation based
of Art, Third Thursdays at 6:30pm (free)
Yoga, All Levels Vinyasa Flow (Donation), Fridays at 10:30 a.m.,
Kriya Hatha Yoga w/Athuai,
512.928.2281, Barton Springs. Call or email
Lifestyle Institute, Free, Thursdays 5:30-6:30pm; Call 512.215.4813
to register, class size limited to 6.
Side Yoga Donation: Sunday classes; Free: Wednesdays 6:30-7:30am
All classes are donation based
Charles MacInerney leads a Free outdoor Yoga class each month on the
(free), Hatha Flow Yoga, Mondays & Wednesdays 7pm, Domain AstroTurf,
3225 Amy Donovan Plaza 78758
Institute Free: Sundays 8:30-9:30am; Tuesdays 6:30-7:30pm; First
Saturdays 3-5pm, Third Saturdays 3-5pm; See
website for details of locations and style of mediation.
Kundalini Yoga at Tara House (donation) email
Laura Bush Library,
Second Wednesdays 6:30pm, Lisa Galizia, Prime of Life Yoga
Palm Door (free)
- Mondays 7:30-8:30pm
South Austin Cancer Center - Tuesdays 2-3pm
Yoga Kundalini Sadhana every Thursday 4:30am-7am (donation)
Saturday mornings at the lululemon store
Space 12 Tues through Fridays (donation)
Austin (donation): Wednesdays 6:30pm Just for Mama's, Saturdays
1pm Family Yoga $7 suggested donation
Trieehouse Yoga (100% nonprofit): 3DoGoodFeelGood: Wednesdays
Yoga (donation): Yoga for an Ageless Body: Mondays 6:30pm; Fridays
Yoga in the
Park, Shipe Park, Wednesdays 6:30pm (donation)
Meditation Group, Kids' Yoga (ages 4-12), Monthly Saturdays 3:15-4:15,
Spicewood Springs Library, check calendar,
RSVP to confirm
Meditation Group, Deep Peace Meditation, Thursdays 7-8:30pm. RSVP
Meditation Group, Meditation
at Austin Public Libraries,
Various times/locations, check calendar,
RSVP to confirm
Meditation Group, Meditation Instruction, Second Tuesdays, 7-9pm,
last Sundays 2-4pm. RSVP to confirm
know of more, please send
asked Austin Yoga Teachers why they teach yoga...below are the responses
we received. Enjoy!
like to help others find ways to heal themselves and to become
more aware their own body and mind.
teach to continue learning.
teach yoga to serve the Divine.
everyone would simply slow down the whole world would benefit"...I
want to convey this and something positive to my students.
me to recover
from chronic pain and fatigue...it keeps my body limber and
keeps me in the moment, focused and grounded.
gives me the opportunity to instill the
motivation to understand asana rather than "perfect"
it, transforming "exercise" into adventure."
Yoga is a very rewarding experience as it helps me to maintain
balance during ups and downs of life.
teach yoga to assist in creating health in the body and steadiness
of the mind.
Be barefoot all day.
2. Pretend I'm a disc jockey.
3. See lots of cool tattoos.
4. Meet nice people.
5. Say "Triang Mukha Eka Pada Paschimottanasana" without
teach to share, cultivate, and promote peace, health, and serenity.
And to smile, laugh and learn every day!
Our gratitude to Peggy Kelley, Sharon
Moon and Donna Belk for their roles in coordinating the Austin Yoga
Teacher meetings and for creating this site.