Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River Hosts ‘Yoga By The River’
Join us for FREE yoga sessions, to celebrate the National Park Service’s Centennial.
BEACH LAKE, PA – Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River is excited to present a new program this summer, called ‘Yoga By The River’. The last session will take place on Saturday August 20th, at 9:30 AM at the Corwin Farm Ranger Station at 2995 Route 97, Pond Eddy, NY. The session will be led by Maggie Lehrian of Roots Yoga Studio in Hawley, PA, and will be free to the public. To register please call Anya Shaunessy at 570-685-4871 ext. 6610, space is limited!
‘Yoga By The River’ is made possible by an Active Trails grant through the National Park Foundation. Active Trails is a program that supports healthy living by getting people out and active in national parks through projects promoting recreation and exercise. In addition to park ranger-led hikes and paddles this summer, we are offering yoga sessions to promote physical health as well as mental well-being. Spending time in nature is a great way to relax and unwind after a long week, and it is also a great way to explore parts of Upper Delaware you may not get a chance to visit often. The Corwin Farm Ranger Station is home to part of the Delaware and Hudson Canal, as well as an historic lock tender’s house used on the canal in the 1800’s.
Whether you are curious about trying yoga for the first time, or an expert looking to roll your mat out somewhere new, we welcome you to join us for ‘Yoga By The River’! Keep in mind that the session will be outdoors, and the weather may be hot. Make sure to bring plenty of water and sunscreen, as well as your yoga mat.
For more information about Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River or to learn about other great programs we have planned for this summer, visit our website at www.nps.gov/upde.
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