This year will be Tucson's first Yoga festival, giving participants the chance to try a variety of classes for free. 

Courtesy of Tucson Yoga Festival

Tucson yogis, be prepared for the best shavasana of your life.

This weekend is the first ever Tucson Yoga Festival which means 7 hours of stretching breathing and vinyasas. 

You'll join this year's featured studios — Yoga Oasis, Tucson Yoga, Grounded Wellness, SUMITS Yoga Tucson, OM Yoga and Luna Yoga — at Reid Park for a variety of free classes.

There will be four different class areas at the festival featuring different styles of yoga such as Vinyasa, Acro, Yin, Yoga Nidra, Hip Hop Yoga and more. There's even a class for kids led by Whole Child Yoga. 

After the festival, stay for the party. A DJ will spin tunes while you hang out in the park, dance or try slack line (think low-key tightrope walking). 

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Details

What: Tucson Yoga Festival 2017

When: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday (Afterparty is 3-6 p.m.)

Where: Reid Park, Ramada 18 (Heading south on Country Club, turn left on E. Concert Place, between Broadway and 22nd Street)

Cost: Classes are totally free, but you must register by signing a waiver here to participate. 

More info: Make sure to bring a yoga mat and or a towel or blanket, any props you need for your practice, a picnic or snacks, water, sunglasses, sunscreen, hat and appropriate apparel (sorry, no naked yoga here). 

Don't bring your pets or glass bottles. 

Click here for an event schedule and registration.

Angela Pittenger | This Is Tucson