Hello Not So Suddenly Susan readers! Alicia from Poise in Parma here, happily keeping an eye on the blog while she’s away. Don’t worry: it’s in good hands!
If you find yourself over at my blog, you learn I’m currently in the process of becoming a yoga teacher. My training spans over the course of nine months – leaving me plenty of time not only fully develop as a teacher but to think a lot about the classes I will eventually teach.
When I’m not on my mat, I work as an event planner. Every event takes me to a new location so I get a lot of ideas of where I would like to throw a party.
Every once in awhile, these two sides of me combine and I get to embrace planning a yoga party. Yes it’s as fun as it sounds! But this got me thinking: there are chefs, restaurateurs and foodies all over creating pop-ups in the culinary world. Why can’t there be a yoga pop-up in my hometown as well?
So humor me as I present…
My #CLEyoga Bucket List Locations to Teach Yoga in Cleveland
Palace Theatre (or any of the theatres at PlayhouseSquare)
As a theatre major, any time I get to visit our local historical gem known as PlayhouseSquare, I can’t help but smile. To be able to combine two of my loves in life would be all sorts of awesome.
Progressive Field, The Q and/or Browns Stadium
I’ve already finished a 5K on the football field:
…why not get those linebackers, outfielders and point guards to stretch out their hamstrings before their big games!
On the runway at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
…but until then, I guess inside an engine of a 737 will have to do:
Then again – as an event planner – I’ve gotten pretty good at back bending. You never know what’s going to happen, so you gotta be flexible!
So many places with plenty of yoga for each of them! Wish me luck as I’ll be a fully certified yoga teacher this November. Maybe this bucket list will be come a reality before you know it!
What location is on your yoga bucket list?