• Yoga at the Japanese Tea Gardens

    Japanese Tea Garden Parking

    Come join me for a free yoga class at the beautiful Japanese Tea Gardens. The class is sponsored by Yoga Day San Antonio and is free. They do take donations to provide classes to seniors and youths throughout San Antonio so please be generous and contribute to this great cause. The gardens are nice and tranquil if you have never been you need to check them out! Class is fit for beginners to experienced yogis. There are some mats available but they go quickly so if you do not have your own come early to grab one. Class is held under the pavilion and goes on rain or shine (unless it is a bad storm) so again come early if you want a spot in the shade. You can check the Yoga Day San Antonio Facebook page for updates. This is an unhosted event. Bring a towel, a yoga mat, sunscreen, and water! Lots of water...

  • Walk The Beautiful San Antonio Riverwalk

    Parking Lot behind Pearl Brewery near waterfall & La Gloria Restaurant

    We'll begin meeting at 6:15 and will take off promptly at 6:30. Set your own pace and mileage on this hike. If you go at a slower pace, I suggest you hike down to Pecan St. and back - that will give you 3 miles. Want a little more distance at a faster pace? Go down to Houston St and back, 4 miles. Everyone will meet up back at the start. There is free parking at the Koehler garage.

  • Smile more! Bike More!

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    Riding a bike for health and fun with all levels welcome! Benefits of biking: increased cardiovascular health, decreases body fat levels, decreases stress levels, and strengthens bones. This is not a beginner's ride. This is a 13 mph ride. It is up to you to keep up with the group. Wheels down at 6:15 pm It is an and back 16-mile ride. Optional turn back at any time. Bring: Water Helmet Bike tubes Air pump Light source incase it gets a little dark at the end of the ride. Bicycle shorts are a suggested.

  • Humpday Hike

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    "Being in nature is ingrained in our DNA, and we sometimes forget that." Meet at the picnic table in front of the children's playground. This is not a beginners hike. San Antonio Beginners Hiking Group will be a great place to start...We have elevations, rocks, dirt, and yep trail turd. We do the level 4 Hill view Trail there are a lot of twists and turns so it is important that you keep up with the group. You are responsible for keeping up with the group. Boots down at 6:30 for a 3 mile hike. This is an adults-only event. Bring: Water-its so HOT! Sunscreen Wear hiking boots, hiking sandals, or tennis

  • Walk the Beautiful Olmos Park Neighborhood

    Meet at "The Yard" on McCullough

    We will start meeting at 6:15 and cross McCullough to start the walk at 6:30 sharp. We meet right under the sign in the picture. We will walk at a medium pace approximately 4 miles around the neighborhood. There are pretty older homes with beautiful landscaping and architecture here. The streets are canopied with shade from lots of mature trees and there is minimal traffic in this neighborhood. The walk has lots of twists and turns so it is important to stay with the group. These are private residences so please be courteous of peoples property. We may switch it up on occasion and walk up and down the hills in the center of the neighborhood so be prepared to sweat. :)

  • Log off shut down and go ride!

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    471 Exxon to Castrovile When Sun, July 28, 2019, 6;30am – 12:30pm Where 15355 W FM-471, San Antonio, TX Description We will meet wheels down at 6:30 am at the Exxon on 471 and ride to Castroville. It is a 34 mile ride out and back with a 18 mile option at the Historic Rio Medina you may turn back. This is our first break. Warning they only have an outhouse but it’s always clean. The ride is mostly flat with some elevations. Lunch after the ride at Freebirds (next to the bike store)5519 W Loop 1604 N Suite 109 San Antonio, TX 78253

  • Yoga at the Japanese Tea Gardens

    Japanese Tea Garden Parking

    Come join me for a free yoga class at the beautiful Japanese Tea Gardens. The class is sponsored by Yoga Day San Antonio and is free. They do take donations to provide classes to seniors and youths throughout San Antonio so please be generous and contribute to this great cause. The gardens are nice and tranquil if you have never been you need to check them out! Class is fit for beginners to experienced yogis. There are some mats available but they go quickly so if you do not have your own come early to grab one. Class is held under the pavilion and goes on rain or shine (unless it is a bad storm) so again come early if you want a spot in the shade. You can check the Yoga Day San Antonio Facebook page for updates. This is an unhosted event. Bring a towel, a yoga mat, sunscreen, and water! Lots of water...

  • Walk The Beautiful San Antonio Riverwalk

    Parking Lot behind Pearl Brewery near waterfall & La Gloria Restaurant

    We'll begin meeting at 6:15 and will take off promptly at 6:30. Set your own pace and mileage on this hike. If you go at a slower pace, I suggest you hike down to Pecan St. and back - that will give you 3 miles. Want a little more distance at a faster pace? Go down to Houston St and back, 4 miles. Everyone will meet up back at the start. There is free parking at the Koehler garage.

  • Smile more! Bike More!

    Location visible to members

    Riding a bike for health and fun with all levels welcome! Benefits of biking: increased cardiovascular health, decreases body fat levels, decreases stress levels, and strengthens bones. This is not a beginner's ride. This is a 13 mph ride. It is up to you to keep up with the group. Wheels down at 6:15 pm It is an and back 16-mile ride. Optional turn back at any time. Bring: Water Helmet Bike tubes Air pump Light source incase it gets a little dark at the end of the ride. Bicycle shorts are a suggested.

  • Humpday Hike

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    "Being in nature is ingrained in our DNA, and we sometimes forget that." Meet at the picnic table in front of the children's playground. This is not a beginners hike. San Antonio Beginners Hiking Group will be a great place to start...We have elevations, rocks, dirt, and yep trail turd. We do the level 4 Hill view Trail there are a lot of twists and turns so it is important that you keep up with the group. You are responsible for keeping up with the group. Boots down at 6:30 for a 3 mile hike. This is an adults-only event. Bring: Water-its so HOT! Sunscreen Wear hiking boots, hiking sandals, or tennis