Fitness in the Park is returning this spring and summer, bringing free and fun exercise opportunities to Rosland Park and green spaces throughout the city! New this year, outdoor enthusiasts can also perfect their flow at yoga on the Courtyard at Braemar Golf Course or “amp up” at the Maetzold Amphitheater at Centennial Lakes Park.
Local fitness businesses will lead the classes, giving participants a test run of their program offerings. Participating businesses include Pure Barre Edina, Barre3, ALTR, ELVTMVMT, POUND by Kim Cooper, OrangeTheory Fitness, F45 Training and Bar Method.
“Edina Parks & Recreation has partnered with local fitness organizations to provide the community with free workout opportunities in the parks,” said Recreation Supervisor Nicole Gorman. “Change up your workout routine and get outdoors this summer with these free offerings!”
All Fitness in the Park classes in Rosland Park begin at 6:30 p.m. and are held on various days of the week. The first Fitness in the Park event is Tuesday, June 8 at Rosland Park. Amp Up at the Amphitheater classes begin at noon and are held on Wednesdays. The first class kicks off June 2 at Centennial Lakes Park. Yoga on the Courtyard will be 10:30-11:30 a.m. Wednesdays June 9-June 30 at Braemar Golf Course.
Participants must reserve their spot online and register by visiting EdinaParks.com. It’s recommended people dress for exercising outdoors and bring a towel and water. Fitness in the Park events are open to adults of all fitness levels.
In case of poor weather, call the weather hotline at 952-826-0368, visit EdinaParks.com or sign up for text alerts by texting CLOSURES to 57838.
For more information on the Fitness in the Parks program, contact Gorman at ngorman@EdinaMN.gov or 952-833-9571.