Yoga at the Zoo
The Great Plains Zoo is now offering Yoga at the Zoo! Every other Saturday at 8 am, join Jill Fries as she walks you through your favorite animal-inspired poses as you become one with the serene surroundings of the Zoo!
Wildlife has always been at the core of yoga, so come do yoga amongst the wildlife. Enjoy our zen surroundings before the Zoo opens to the public as your favorite animals make their way to their exhibits for the day.
Bring your downward singing dogs, your camel poses, your eagle poses and enjoy 45-minutes of yoga before an Ambassador Animal meet and greet for the final 15 minutes of cooldown. All courses will be beginner level so there is fun for the whole family!
Just bring yourselves, your mats, your reusable water bottle (or purchase one from our Gift Shop) and be ready to have a wild time!
- June 4
- June 18
- July 2
- July 16
- July 30
- Aug. 13
- Aug. 27
- Advance ticket purchase is required via our website. Limited availability (40 spots per session). All those attending yoga must purchase a session (this includes children).
- Sessions are every other Saturday morning from 8-9 am.
- Yoga at the Zoo takes place before the Zoo opens to the public.
- Sessions include Zoo admission.
- Sessions are held on the grassy area behind the carousel by Bison and Bears.
- In the event of rain, the class with either be canceled or, when possible, held inside.
Love this zoo! Great place to get a walk in and the animals are everywhere! The museum/indoor part is very educational too. Has a lot of shade for when it's hot out. Very clean. Friendly staff.Taylor F.
We love to visit the zoo. They have great outdoor exhibits and lots to do inside as well. Great for kids and adults.Robin A.
Lots of great exhibits and animals to see! Fun gift shop and learning center.Stephanie N.
The museum gives you a break from the sun on hot summer days and has a great selection of animal exhibits from around the world. The zoo keeps growing and adding new animal habitats or improving existing ones. Membership offers reciprocal benefits to other zoos around the country.Bill T.