Commons Park Fitness Classes
Get ready Riverfront Park because starting this week Denver Parks and Recreation will be bringing Fitness and Yoga classes into our own Commons Park. Not only will these classes be lead by professional instructors they will also be free for you to enjoy.
Starting July 25th here is the weekly schedule of classes. All the classes will be held on the Commons Park Main Lawn.
Weekly Commons Park Fitness Classes
- 12 PM to 1 PM – High Intensive Interval Training
- 7 AM to 8 AM – Tai Chi
- 12 PM to 1 PM – Power Yoga
Women’s Weekend Boot Camp Hour of Power
- Saturday July 23rd at 8 am
- Saturday August 20th at 8 am
- Saturday August 27th at 8am
- Saturday September 24th at 8 am
- Saturday October 22nd at 10 am
Weekly Drop-In Co-Ed Sports
Play will be held on the Common’s Park North Lawn with equipment provided by the city of Denver (Thanks Parks and Rec). Just look for the Park Ranger to commence play.
- Volleyball 6 to 8 PM
- Flag Football 6 to 8 PM
- Kickball 6 to 8 PM
Not only is this a great way to get out and have some fun, its also a great way to enable residents to promote the enjoyment and usage of our green spaces and public areas. Parks, especially those in urban environments, are wonderful community amenities and the city of Denver is showing how much they love our Commons Park area. We love it too and are glad to see this great investment.
Don’t forgot to also check out the Wings of the City exhibit throughout Commons Park and on July 31st enjoy The Class of Brass as the Breckenridge Music Festival brings us a brass quintet performing in the plaza from 12-2 PM.
Getting to Commons Park
For those in the neighborhood it is as easy as walking out your front door. For those around Denver remember that Commons Park is easily accessed by the Cherry Creek and Denver bike trail system and the Union Station hub of light rail.
HI, Can you share the name and email for the person who teaches/runs the Tai Chi and Yoga classes on Thursdays? I’d love to get some more information.
We don’t know the answer to your question and are hoping one of our readers will respond with more information.