***Yoga on the Plaza has ended for the 2018 season, but we look forward to seeing you again in 2019!***
We’ve partnered with the City of Round Rock to offer Yoga on the Plaza, a free beginner-friendly community yoga class in downtown Round Rock! This class is held outdoors at Prete Plaza, which is across the street from the Round Rock Public Library. Bring your yoga mat or large towel and bottled water.
When you arrive, be sure to check in at our table. The first 100 people to check in will receive a free class pass to our studio. Additionally, make sure to enter the drawing for a Free Month of Unlimited Yoga for you and a friend! The drawing will be held immediately after the class.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do I need to sign up ahead of time?
A: No sign-up is required! Please arrive at Prete Plaza a few minutes before 8:00 a.m. to check in at our table and set up your yoga mat.
Q: Do I need to bring anything?
A: We suggest a bottle of water and a yoga mat or large towel. This class is outdoors, and there is shade cover for much of the plaza, but you may consider sun protection.
Q: Where can I park?
A: You're welcome to park on the street near the Plaza, or you may choose to park in the City Hall Parking Garage, located at the corner of S Lampasas St and E Bagdad Ave.
Q: I'm pregnant, can I attend Yoga on the Plaza?
A: Yoga on the Plaza is not specifically designed for pregnancy, and due to the large class size, the teacher will not be able to customize the practice for pregnancy.
If you are an experienced yoga practitioner who knows how to modify yoga for pregnancy and keep yourself and your baby safe, you are welcome to attend.
If you are new to yoga or are interested in a customized prenatal yoga practice, we recommend attending the Prenatal Yoga Series in the studio.
Q: Can my child(ren) attend Yoga on the Plaza with me?
A: It depends on the child. If your child is mature enough to stay on his or her mat, listen to the yoga teacher's instruction, and follow along with the practice, they are welcome to attend.