YOGA OASIS is one of the best places in town for yoga. There are three locations of which two are close by : one location is downtown on Congress Street and the other is on Campbell, near to Grant Road. I especially recommend classes by Jen B. or Tanya. They also have yogahour give! where 50% of…
A very nice yoga studio. It is a bit more serious than a commercial gym yoga class when it comes to gongs and "ommms"
“Armory Park has it all! The large park regularly hosts events such as music festivals, peace fairs, kids events fun runs and more. Every Sunday afternoon after 3pm you can join in the free acro yoga group that practices there. Just walk up and introduce yourself. You'll be welcomed! The Children's Museum is across the street and there are more theaters, restaurants, bars, galleries and shops popping up all the time. Armory Park is extremely walkable. In fact, the Turquoise Trail takes you past many of the amazing, historic mansions and homes of the area. At night, it will appear darker than most folks are accustomed to. The whole city of Tucson practices light pollution abatement which is a fancy way to say we limit our light sources at night so the astronomers at Kitt's Peak can have a better view of the night sky. ”
“EL TORERO RESTAURANT is the real deal when it comes to Mexican food. Family owned and operated for decades, this place is a classic. Their FISH TACOS + MOLE are incredible! ME GUSTA MUCHO!”
“If you enjoy artisan pizza, then this is the place! This hidden gem is a local favorite, with fresh, seasonal ingredients throughout the menu and great wine pairings. My favorite item on the menu is the Focaccia and Ricotta appetizer. I recommend arriving early, as they often have a line out the door. ”