5 Outdoor Activities in Phoenix to Help Battle COVID Fatigue

We can all agree that this pandemic has been going on for way too long, and we don’t blame you if you feel burnt out. Therefore, we decided to share with you 5 outdoor activities in Phoenix to help you battle Covid fatigue. 

On a side note, if you’re searching for things to do and you’re not a winter-person, one of these restaurants with amazing heated patios can be your next outside destination.

Yoga in the Courtyard at the Churchill

901 N 1st St, Phoenix, AZ 85004

Do you know that yoga can help you manage your emotions by sorting out your inner energy? That aside, it’s also perfect for those who’re working from home and have to stare at a screen all day long. So why not reserve your spot at this outdoor activity in Phoenix and come stretch your limbs in the beautiful patio at the Churchill?

Tai-Chi in the Japanese Friendship Garden

1125 N 3rd Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85003

Tai-Chi is known for calming the mind while enhancing your physical condition, but not many people know how to do it right. That’s why you shouldn’t miss out on the Tai-Chi class sponsored by Bright Health on January 28.

Downtown Phoenix Farmers Market

721 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004

Aren’t you glad that we still have the weekend farmers market with so many businesses shutting their doors? And that’s all the reason why now is the time to support the many vendors at the Farmers Market. If you’re looking for things to do outside in Phoenix, the farmer’s market is open from 8am to noon every Saturday. If you go, remember to wear a mask and stay 6-ft apart.

The Frog Prince

302 W Latham St, Phoenix, AZ 85003

When was the last time you went to an outdoor puppet show? The Great Arizona Puppet Theater is offering drive-in puppet shows, and they’re offering the classic The Frog Prince for Valentine’s Day this year. If fairytale is not your thing, they’re also doing a puppet slam that shows short romance stories in puppet-version.

Inspirational Ikebana in the Garden

1125 N 3rd Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85003

The Ikebana (flower arrangement) outdoor activities are a bestseller at the Japanese Friendship Garden in Arizona. So if you’re planning on a special date for Valentine’s day, you might want to grab your tickets today. Ikebana is also a wonderful way to meditate and find your inner peace.

Featured Image Credit: Downtown Phoenix Farmers Market on Facebook

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