Ever wondered what Stockholm’s City Hall looks like from upside down?
Whether you are a yogi on the road, a curious traveller or a Stockholmer in search of something a bit different to do on the weekend, join us for a unique combination of sightseeing and yoga!
So how does it work? We provide the yoga mats, all you need to do is arrive at the meeting spot in clothes appropriate for walking and yoga and let us take care of the rest.
The format of the tour is:
- A 30 minute walking tour through the old town
- 60 minutes of outdoor yoga
- 15 minutes of Swedish "fika"
We start the tour with a brisk walk through the old town, showing you some of the most interesting sights and sharing some tips on Swedish life, history and culture. We end the walking tour at a picturesque outdoor spot where we begin our yoga practice. The yoga is tailored to the group, but is appropriate for beginners through to advanced yogis. Our tours are friendly and informal, so please discuss your needs with your guide before the tour.
After yoga we will enjoy a modern-take on the Swedish tradition known as "fika". Fika is a social time during which you share a drink and something to eat. Included in the tour price is a fruit juice or smoothie and a Swedish fika treat, which could be a chocolate brownie or raw ball, for example.
The tours are held in English and guided and instructed by Mo, certified yoga teacher and co-owner at Best of You, and Jasmine, certified yoga teacher. French and Swedish language tours may also be possible on request.
We have a maximum of 10 people per group, and no minimum for the tour to go ahead. Please note that the tour is subject to weather, however in case of rain we can reschedule or offer a full refund. Book below and all tour details will be sent to your inbox in a confirmation email.
€50 per person
May-June / August-September
Saturday: 9:30 am
Monday-Friday: 8:30 am
Saturday: 9:30 am
We also accept group bookings (3 or more) by appointment. Please contact us to arrange a time.
Gamla Stan T-Bana (train station), easily accessible from central hotels by foot, train or bus