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Rooftop Yoga with Trini Tribe takes place on Sunday, August 26 on the rooftop of the Residence Inn across from Lytle Park. Three classes are offered: 5 PM, 6:30 PM, and 8 PM. The final 8 PM class is marketed as sunset yoga. / Image courtesy of Rooftop Yoga // Published: 8.21.18

Sunset Rooftop Yoga Is Visually Stunning & Physically Rejuvenating

There are myriad ways yoga instructors have tried to attract new yogis to their classes. When the rejuvenation of mind, body, and spirit fails to persuade someone to stretch their way to better health, they tweak the formula.

We've covered several of these innovations before. When compiled, they read like a Dr. Suess book.

Would you yoga with a goat? Would you yoga on a boat?
How 'bout yoga among some cats? Perhaps some yoga acrobats?

Before you scoff and dismiss them as gimmicks, consider delighting in the creativity and persistence of these groups. They're trying anything they can to get people interested in exercise. That's not an easy task.

Rooftop Yoga is the logical next incarnation of the growing catalog. But this isn't just yoga on a roof; it's yoga on a roof at sunset.

Here's the low-down on the upcoming event:

Rooftop Yoga with Trini Tribe

August 26 at 8:00 PM.
(Two other classes precede the sunset yoga class at 5:00 and 6:30 PM)

The event takes place on the rooftop of the Residence Inn across from Lytle Park. The hotel is located at 506 E. 4th Street (45202).

You can find them here.

Check out the Facebook event page.

View the gallery of images above for a teaser. It's the city's equivalent of yoga on a mountaintop.