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Sun, Aug 07


Kaw Point Park

Yoga at Noon

Yoga and meditation every Sunday at Kaw Point Park along the Lewis and Clark Heritage Trail

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Yoga at Noon

Time & Location

Aug 07, 2022, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Kaw Point Park, 1403 Fairfax Trafficway, Kansas City, KS 66115, USA


About the event

Yoga at Noon

Sunday Summer Series

Kaw Point Park

1403 Fairfax Trafficway, Kansas City, KS 66115

Yoga Brain is honored to partner with the Friends of Kaw Point Park, a 501c(3) Nonprofit that maintains the environmental upkeep of the park and leads educational programs around Kansas City.

Every Sunday at noon, Yoga Brain is hosting a free yoga class off the Lewis and Clark Heritage Trail, located in Kaw Point Park. All ages and abilities are welcome. Any donations will be shared between Yoga Brain and the Friends of Kaw Point Park.

What to Expect:

  • meditation
  • gentle flow
  • breath + body awareness practices
  • community connection

What to Bring:

  • yoga mat
  • blanket
  • water bottle
  • journal
  • snacks
  • a friend

Suggested Donation: $10-25

Venmo: @yogabrainkc



1403 Fairfax Trafficway, Kansas City, KS 66115

From the West

Take I-70 East & North along the Kaw River-Strawberry Hill area to James Street Exit #423. Follow James Street to 1ststop and continue straight ahead following signs to Fairfax Blvd. The bottom of the ramp is # 1 Fairfax Blvd. Look for the Kaw Point sign to your right. Turn right at the sign marking River City Drive. Head through the parking lot to the concrete flood wall.

From the East If heading West on Lewis and Clark Bridge (I-70 from KC Missouri), take the Fairfax Exit #423 on the right and down the ramp.The bottom of the ramp is at #1 Fairfax Blvd. Look for sign on electrical pole on the right (east side of street) and turn right immediately after the sign into a parking lot. (Area called “the Levee”). Head east, into the parking area about 100 yards to the concrete seawall. Turn right, going south now, and follow the seawall about 100 yards to the first “Breach” in the flood-wall. The sign at the breach says “Riverfront Park at Kaw Point now under development. Please do not drive off blacktop roads.” Enter the “breach” on the left, through the ten foot wide opening, into large parking area behind seawall. Park along riverfront near iron fence.

Friends of Kaw Point Park

A Historical site at the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri Rivers.


Stay tuned for teacher updates and schedule changes.

See you on your mats this summer at Kaw Point!

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