Sunrise Yoga for Outdoor Women

Instructor Bio

Sunrise yoga for hikers and climbers

Begin your day with fellow female yogis, getting centered and waking up your body. This morning's class will have you up with the sun and will take you through a series of poses designed to work on the balance, strength, and focus that are key to hiking and climbing. Choose an intention to guide you through your practice, led by instructor Renée Stacho.

Please bring a mat, towel, and water for your practice.

Photo by Justin Dumlau

  • WHEN
    • Wednesday, April 19th
    • 7:00 AM
    • Savitri
    • 1260 Park Ave
  • WHO
    • This class is open to women only


Instructor Bio

Renée Stacho

Renée is New York City based enthusiast with a passion for movement and life. Found either on a wall, bicycle, or her mat, Renée continually strives for those moments of meditation in movement.   She combines her love of movement, knowledge of climbing to deliver a playful, yet strong yoga class that welcomes all.  Come start your day by quieting the mind and building awareness of your breath to help strengthen your core and range of flexibility.  Leave feeling grounded, centered and calm as you re-enter the chaotic city of New York.


What is Women in the Outdoors Week?

Women in the Outdoors Week is a week of events focused specifically on women and their relationship with outdoor adventure. Events include panels, speakers, classes, social events, and outdoor trips.

Why is it important?

The outdoors is a source of empowerment, confidence, and community and we believe that those tools can help women succeed in all areas of life. Women's success benefits everyone in a community and society, contributing to economic gains, increased creativity, and a higher standard of living. In today's current climate, it is more important than ever for women to feel confident and connected.

Is it just for women?

Some events are open to everyone while others are open specifically to women and those who identify as women. Each event page indicates whether the event is public or for women specifically.

We think it's important for men to hear and be a part of conversations about outdoor inclusivity so we invite everyone to attend our panels and hear our speakers. However, our goal is also to give women their own space to practice skills and ask questions. While we acknowledge that we have a community of supportive, accepting men, many women do still feel intimidated in mixed groups. Through women's only events, we aim to help attendees build confidence and feel comfortable as they grow in their outdoor sport.