Meet The Instructors For Free Yoga At Bryant Park New York

June 29, 2024

There’s no need to pay for a hot yoga class this July — all you have to do is to the 30-minute train ride from Harlem to Bryant Park Yoga presented by CALIA.

A free yoga series in the heart of Midtown where you can soak up the sun’s rays from downward dog to child’s pose.

Classes occur Tuesday mornings at 10 am EST on the terrace and Wednesday afternoons at 6 pm on the lawn (where we have been averaging 1,000+ yogis per class).

Here is a quick sneak peek at two of our exciting July 2024, instructors and full line-up further below: 

Eddie Stern is a yoga teacher, author, and researcher based in New York City. He has a multi-disciplinary approach to yoga which includes studying traditional texts and combining the application of the practices contained within them to science, research, technology, and collaboration. He is involved in evidence-based research in the healing capacities of Yoga, recently completing a masters in science for yoga research at the Vivekananda Yoga University. 

Kiley Holliday is an Equinox+ yoga teacher and therapeutic movement specialist based in New York City. Her classes emphasize functional alignment, conscious muscular engagement, and fluid transitions within the framework of an innovative vinyasa sequence. She teaches hot power yoga, acrobatic vinyasa flow, yoga for athletes, and therapeutic movement at leading retreats and workshops around the world. Kiley is currently in the midst of a 1000-hour anatomical therapeutics program led by Tiffany Cruikshank of Yoga Medicine.

For more information about yoga and other summer series can be found on

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