Participants will have a safe and up-close experience with the big cats during the session. Yoga with Tigers is suitable for all experience levels and will continue to be held bimonthly on the fourth Saturday of the month.
SARASOTA, Fla., May 3, 2019 – Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast Sanctuary will begin holding Yoga with Tigers with Erika Cain of Pineapple Yoga Studio on Saturday, May 25, 9 to 10:30 a.m. The sessions will be held on the deck surrounded by the big cats’ habitat enclosures for a close up, but safe, experience with tigers and other big cats. Yoga with Tigers is suitable for all experience levels and will continue bimonthly on the fourth Saturday of the month. Admission is $40 and also includes a single day pass to return to Big Cat Habitat during normal business hoursfrom 12 to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. Tickets may be purchased at https://www.facebook.com/BigCatHabitat/,through Eventbriteor by calling (941) 371-6377.
Participants will need to bring yoga mats, props and towels. Refreshments and light snacks will be available. Space is limited, and advanced registration is strongly encouraged.
“We think this will be a truly unique experience for participants who will enjoy the yoga sequences surrounded by the sounds of nature and up close with our tigers, lions and ligers. Big cats are curious and come up close to check out what is happening on the deck,” said Kay Rosaire, Big Cat Habitat founder and executive director. All admissions to Big Cat Habitat support its mission to provide a safe, loving and permanent home for big cats and other exotic creatures in need. Big Cat Habitat also aims to educate guests on the importance of species preservation to ensure the survival of these magnificent animals for future generations and to keep alive the human-animal connection. More information is available at www.BigCatHabitat.org, by calling 941-371-6377, or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/BigCatHabitat.
About Big Cat Habitat:
Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast Sanctuary is a 501(c)3 nonprofit safe haven for big cats, bears and other animals in need that is supported solely through charitable contributions and admission fees. The sanctuary was founded by Kay Rosaire, who has more than 30 years of experience working with, and caring for, exotic animals and who began rescuing big cats in 1987. Big Cat Habitat provides education to the public to foster appreciation for the animals and to impart the importance of habitat preservation and the importance of the human/animal bond. It is located at 7101 Palmer Blvd., Sarasota 34240. More information is available at www.BigCatHabitat.org, by calling 941-371-6377, or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/BigCatHabitat.