Bliss at the Ballpark – Saturday, June 8, 2019!

This year’s yoga practice will be in the morning.

This year’s yoga practice will be in the morning.

⚾️ BLISS AT THE BALLPARK is June 8, 2019! ⚾️ 

Inner Bliss is teaming up with Cleveland Yoga for the fourth annual yoga practice at Progressive Field.

Bliss at the Ballpark is a large scale yoga event at Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Indians. Hundreds of yogis gather to practice in the Right Field District over looking Cleveland’s own field of dreams.

Inner Bliss is proud to be the Official Yoga Provider for the entire Indians organization, and will partner with Cleveland Yoga for this event.

Tickets will be offered for 3 Indians games. Purchase through this special offer to attend the free yoga practice on June 8.  Deadline to Register: Friday, May 31.

  • Saturday, June 8th vs. New York Yankees at 4:10pm

  • Friday, July 19th vs. Kansas City Royals at 7:10pm

  • Sunday, August 4th vs. Los Angeles Angels at 1:10pm

Gates will open at 9am and the yoga practice will begin at 9:30am

NEW Children's Logo.jpg

We encourage you to donate new mitts, balls and Cleveland Indians hats for the children receiving care at Cleveland Clinic Children’s. For younger children, ideal donations might include soft baseballs, whiffle balls, baseball cards, eye black, stickers or any Indians related items, gear or memorabilia. 

These items will be used by Child Life Specialists who assist children, adolescents and families as they emotionally and physically prepare for medical experiences.

Through distraction, self-expression, coping skills and education, ease anxiety, which helps patients heal faster. You can also support our cause by making a gift online at

Children confront a wide variety of stressful and traumatic situations that may overwhelm their natural ability to cope and heal. Difficult or unexpected experiences, such as chronic illness, hospitalization, the death of a loved one, or the aftermath of violent acts or natural disasters are upsetting for everyone involved. Because children process information from the world around them much differently than adults, they have distinct needs for managing the effects of stress and trauma. Child Life specialists are experts in child development, and promote effective coping through play, preparation, education, and self-expression activities. Understanding that a child’s wellbeing depends on the support of the family, Child Life specialists provide information, support and guidance to parents, siblings, and other family members.