Amy Moses led an inspiring and enlightening yoga class on Framingham's Downtown Common. This class was the first installment of Downtown Framingham, Inc.'s 15-week Summer Yoga Series.
Those who attended included one woman who was new to the area, as well as a downtown business owner. Activating public spaces, such as the Downtown Common, can benefit local business owners as activities can bring potential customers to the area and add vibrancy to the area.
Sarah, who participated in the yoga session said "I haven't felt this relaxed in four years!"
The six participants enjoyed an intimate class in the sunshine on Saturday morning between 10-11 a.m.
The classes will continue each Saturday morning throughout the summer. Each class in the series costs $5. A season pass can also be purchased for $60.
Downtown Framingham, Inc. organized this Summer Yoga Series with cooperation from the City of Framingham and the Framingham Police Department. FPD Officer Scott Brown was on location throughout the duration of the yoga class and was kind enough to snap some photos of the class to help spread the word about DFI's Summer Yoga Series!
Next week, Samela St. Pierre will be hosting the class. Samela led the first Yoga class on the Downtown Common during DFI's Mural Mile Road Race and Art Market on May 5.
Tickets for upcoming Yoga on the Downtown Common classes can be found at downtownframingham.org/yoga