September is Yoga Awareness Month! If you haven’t gotten a chance to work on your practice, we have a summary of special deals and opportunities for everyone, whether you’re a beginner or an expert!

Attend a YOGA & Wellness Day

Make a visit to CoHatch Southside Works for a yoga and wellness day hosted by UMMEY YOGA on September 30th from 11 am – 1 pm. Guests can enjoy a 45-minute yoga session paired with live music during Savasana by local artist Lailonny.

After the session, purchase a delicious drink made by Adda Coffee & Tea House or some permanent jewelry from Inked + Linked. Get your tickets in advance here for only $25!

Take Your Practice Outdoors

Although fall is quickly approaching, there’s still no better time than now to get outside. Enjoy the beautiful end-of-summer weather in an outdoor yoga class!

Yoga in the Square, presented by the Downtown Pittsburgh Partnership, includes free weekly classes on Tuesdays and Sundays in Market Square. They feature some of the city’s most acclaimed yoga instructors. Yoga in the Square offers classes (weather permitting) until October 10th. Enjoy different styles of yoga practices for a variety of skill levels!

For those who can’t make the journey downtown, 3 Rivers Outdoors Co., Pittsburgh Innovation District, and the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy have teamed up to host “pay what you feel” yoga classes in Schenley Plaza. These classes take place every other Thursday at 5:30 pm until October 19th.

National Yoga Awareness Month Studio Specials

New (and returning) yoga enthusiasts can take advantage of special deals that select yoga studios are offering throughout the month!

YogaSix South Hills in Mt. Lebanon is offering free introductory classes, an unlimited yoga pass for $79, and a 25% off sale on mats, blocks, straps, and more!

In addition to YogaSix, most Pittsburgh yoga studios offer free or discounted rates for first time goers. Looking for a studio near you? We recommend Yelp’s list of Top 10 Best Yoga Classes compiled based on customer ratings.

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Rebecca Hansborough

Rebecca is a Pittsburgh transplant of five years with experience in content writing, social media management, public relations, web editing, and much more. Her passion for food inspired her to create an Instagram based food blog that shares a combination of local cuisine and homemade meals. When she’s not focusing on food, she also enjoys the Pittsburgh arts and entertainment scene, from Broadway shows, music festivals, to gallery crawls. She is excited to share her love for all things Pittsburgh with future readers!

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