Breathtaking views, beaches, and hiking trails – adventure is waiting for you on the Oregon Coast!
Beach combing, bonfires, picnicking, and tide-pooling at Bastendorff or Sunset Bay Beaches, or go a little farther to Cape Arago State Park and explore the coastline cliffs, secluded beaches, and beautiful trails where the locals hangout.
I only had time to spend a day and a half there so I took advantage of climbing the cliffs, relaxing on the beach, and exploring lighthouses (I love their majestic beauty).
Looking for something more adventurous? Rent an ATV, sand board, or Dune Buggy and ride the Dunes! This and camping are on my list of things to do on my next trip to the Oregon coast.
When you travel do you often have a goal in mind such meeting new yogis? Running in new destinations? Trying local cuisine? As a yogi, do you check out new yoga studios during your travels or ever take your practice outside of your hotel room or hostel to the local park? There are tons of amazing yoga studios in the NYC area to check out in every boro (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, and the Bronx), but one of my favorite things to do is to take my practice outdoors, to really enjoy my surroundings and use the distractions of the outdoors to allow me to focus even more on my practice. During the Spring and Summer months is the opportunity to take my yoga practice outside.
4 of my favorite places to do yoga outside in NYC
Times Square – hosted by Athleta happens every year during the summer solstice
Bryant Park – hosted by Athleta on Tuesdays and Thursdays every week from June to September
Riverside Park – hosted by NYC Parks and Recreation every Wednesday Evening
Taking your practice outside gives you the chance and the challenge to be deliberately present in nature – not the easiest thing to do in NYC , a city thats constantly moving and growing. Are you up for the challenge?