Beach Yoga Tomorrow at 10 AM

Folly Beach Island Yoga classes teacher Maggie Costello

Don’t forget to catch Maggie Costello at her first open beach yoga class tomorrow at 10 a.m. The class will meet on the 5th Street East beach, Folly Beach and will be open level.

It is going to be a bit chilly tomorrow at only 59 degrees (brrrr Fall weather) so remember to bring a sweater or blanket if desired on the beach. Otherwise remember to bring a large or extra large towel (or mat if you prefer) and plenty of water.

Folly Beach Seaside Yoga Class Schedule

Folly Beach Island Yoga Matt Foley Teacher Ocean

Reminder that we have several chances for beach yoga this week! Catch Matt Foley today (Tuesday, July 25) at 7 p.m. and again on Saturday, July 29 at 9:00 a.m.

Matt Stevens will be teaching his beach yoga class on Wednesday, July 26 at 7 p.m.

All of our beach classes meet at the 5th Street East beach (left of the pier) and are $12 – reserve your spot online or pay at the class. Cash and all major credit cards are accepted on the beach.

We’re happy to arrange a small group class or private session for you if you’d prefer. Please contact us to schedule private lessons or small groups.

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Also on Friday night we will be offering a free beach yoga class for autism parents and caregivers at 7 p.m.

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For indoor yoga this week join us upstairs at St. James Gate Irish Pub (11 Center Street, Folly Beach) on both Saturday (at 11 a.m.) and Sunday (at 10 a.m.) for an indoor yoga class just a short walk from the beach.

 

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Walking to Work a Saturday

folly beach island yoga class spot 5th street east

Working on the weekend isn’t so bad when this is your walkway in to work!

Entrance to the beach at 5th Street East (left of pier) Folly Beach, SC where we teach beach yoga!

Are You Doing Yoga Wrong?

Folly Beach Island Yoga Fitness Headstand Tripod going up

Tonight this article

India’s oldest yogini says you’re doing yoga wrong if you’re working up a sweat

was shared in a yoga teacher group that I participate in and a debate was sparked whether the opinion of the author was right or wrong.

Here are my thoughts: we’re all on different points of our yoga journey. I turned to yoga to lose postpartum “baby” weight after having my children and gaining excessive amounts of weight during pregnancy. Then again years later I turned to it again after trauma entered my life. The sweating was a necessary step to getting to a more mindful practice and back to yoga / life. It built the endurance and strength I needed mentally and emotionally at the same time as working up a sweat. Clarity inevitably seems to come to me when I work the hardest at my practice. In fact on days when I’m really struggling with being a “perfect yogi” 😂you’ll probably find me working on an arm balance that I’m trying to master.

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