Celebrating 3 years of SKATEYOGI!
I realized the other day that it has been 3 years since the first group of adult beginners came out to learn how to shred in Brower Park. Back then, the class was taught in collaboration with the yoga studio Urban Asanas, hence the name: SKATEYOGI!
The classes started out as once a week, then grew to add the kids classes, afterschool and summer camp. What used to be a dream has now been my full-time work since the beginning of last year.
I want to thank each and every one of you for your support, your smiles and friendship, for making SKATEYOGI what it is today!
And even though most of the programming is now for kids, I'm happy to say the adult class is still going strong. Check the picture above from our Saturday crew a few weeks back, and if weekend mornings arent your thing come and check out the newly added Wednesday night Adult class... namaskate!
See below for updates from SKATEYOGI HQ :)
Summer Camp Info Session – Mon April 18 6:30pm
SKATEYOGI Summer Camp 2016 registration open! Sign up today! Info Session Monday, April 18!
We'll be holding an info session at Skate Brooklyn on Monday, April 18 from 6:30-7:30pm. Come by to hear a presentation, ask any questions and register in person.
Summer camp details and sign up links available here.
Reply to this email to contact me directly if you're interested in multiple weeks or registering siblings so I can make sure you get the discounts!
11am-Noon SKATEYOGI Groms Plus Series
(Current series full)
12:30-1:30pm SKATEYOGI Kids (kids drop-in)
(3 spots left, Register Now)
7-8pm SKATEYOGI Adult Beginners
(6 spots left, Register Now)
8-9pm Complimentary Adult Practice Session (available for any Adult student who has attended in the last 4 weeks)
Saturdays & Sundays
(Sunday classes will resume in September)
12:30pm - 1:15pm
Space is limited. Sign Up Now
11am - 11:45am
8-9pm Practice Session
*Includes admission to the 8-9pm Practice Session
$30/class; $135 for 5 class card Sign Up Now
Book a private session with SKATEYOGI!
$150/hr for up to 3 students