Wine Country Yoga: Summertime Series (hosted by BR Cohn)

August 15 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

| $50
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The Sonoma County Experience and Garden Society present Wine Country Yoga: Summertime Series, hosted by BR Cohn.

Join us for a 60 minute yoga class led by Garden Society’s resident yogi & Sonoma County yoga teacher, Madeline Schwartz. Unwind and relax outdoors with breathtaking views of the vineyards at the beautiful BR Cohn vineyards, followed by glass of wine.

Tickets include:
  • A 60 minute, outdoor, gentle vinyasa yoga class (please bring a water bottle to stay hydrated and wear comfy clothing and extra layers in case of morning fog).
  • Glass of BR Cohn bubbles.
  • Light morning snacks.
  • A gift bag filled with an assortment of yoga-themed accessories and promo codes!
Please note: No transportation is provided.
Important COVID-19 guidelines:
  • Please arrive by 8:45AM to sign in and set up your space.
  • Bring your own mat and yoga props (straps, blocks, hand towels, blankets, etc.)
  • Face masks will be required at all times until you are set up on your mat.
  • Social distancing will be required, with mats being at least 6 feet apart at all times.
Can’t make it? Check out more dates: 8/22 at Hook & Ladder

*Must be 21 or older. *We are following Sonoma County COVID-19 guidelines. They are subject to change and we will gladly refund your ticket if any changes impact the event.

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