“One thing we have noticed is the amazing transformation that happens when we unplug from technology, turn off the phones and power down the laptops and get on the yoga mat.  It is magical. We want to bring this to the masses. We want everyone to experience yoga in a safe and fun environment.”

– Sam Grout Founder Yoga Fun Day


Yoga Fun Day Mission

Yoga Fun Day’s core mission is to get people to get outside, get fit and have fun.  Unplug and Unwind from the green screen and discover the joy of yoga and movement.  


Practicing yoga helps clear the mind, tone the body, and nourish the soul.  Not to mention has numerous health benefits such as healing low back pain, lowering high blood pressure and calming your mind. We are committed to help fight obesity and get people to get off the green screen and move their bodies.  Yoga Fun Day strives to create a fun filled day where you try all kinds of classes and attend workshops in a safe and fun environment.


At Yoga Fun Day — we support our local farmers and are trying to educate people about healthy eating, organic food and how to nourish your mind, body and soul.


It is our goal to be good stewards of the earth so future generations can enjoy the wilderness, great outdoors and our natural environments.  Yoga Fun Day is committed to saving the Earth and being a green company.  Our contracts are digital, our schedule is digital and online and it is our small effort to save one tree at a time and be green.


Yoga Fun Day is on a mission to build partnerships with other amazing companies.   We want to bring yoga to all, fight the obesity epidemic in America and get people to unplug and unwind.


Yoga Fun Day encourages artists to display their work and we want you to help us create unique and fun events.  We are always seeking new and local artists to help us with our signage at our festivals and events and help create a unique legendary experience for our attendees.


“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity”
– John Muir