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Lolë, activewear inspired by well-being, invites you to the next major wellness event, the Lolë White Tour 2014. After the success of the 2013 Lolë White Tour and its unforgettable closing event at the Grand Palais, the 2014 edition promises to be just as inspiring and grand. This year, yogis of all levels will be invited to practice for peace in the most prestigious museums of the world. See all the details: http://www.lolewomen.com/whitetour/ #lolewhite Find Lolë on social media! http://www.facebook.com/lolewomen http://www.twitter.com/lolewomen http://instagram.com/lolewomen http://www.pinterest.com/lolewomen Google +: http://goo.gl/HCD3XW
(25 Mar 2017) For the first time people in Vienna can now perform yoga while simultaneously looking at art from centuries past. The Albertina Museum has started offering yoga courses in its rooms – and a ticket to the latest exhibition is already included in the price. Yoga teacher Sabine Harbich approached the museum with the idea after seeing something similar in New York. By offering yoga courses the museum hopes to attract more visitors - a move that has paid off at least for now. The first yoga course was booked out quickly. After the training session the yogis can indulge in art and see the latest exhibition of Egon Schiele paintings, one of Vienna's biggest art attractions. If successful the museum is planning to make this a regular offering. You can license this s...
Aktivitas yoga akan memberikan keseimbangan tubuh dalam memulihkan kondisi kesehatan tubuh. Oleh karena itu H2 Health&Happiness bersama komunitas yoga jabodetabek mengadakan acara Yoga at the museum. Acara ini bukan hanya mengajak peserta untuk yoga bersama tetapi juga belajar bersama acro yoga dan belajar masak makanan sehat untuk asupan nutrisi setelah berolahraga. H2 superba krill oil dan H2 chia seed melengkapi program FENUS, food-exercise-nutraceuticals-stress reduction, yang selalu digaungkan oleh H2 Health&Happiness untuk hidup sehat dan bahagia.
De afgelopen weken hing de tentoonstelling How the world occurs van Craigie Horsfield in het Centraal museum. Het museum ging een samenwerking aan met yoga point, en was zeven vrijdagochtenden eerder open voor de yin yoga lessen die werden gegeven. Tijdens de yogales beleef je de werken op een intensere manier. Verslaggever Jeske van Engelen praat met Jeroen Driessen, medewerker van de afdeling educatie over deze bijzondere manier van publieksparticipatie.
The Neon Museum offers hot yoga sessions in its outdoor Neon Boneyard. Instructor Eileen Lorraine teaches the one-hour sessions on four Wednesdays beginning at 5:30pm, July 19, Augst 2, Aug.16 and Aug. 30. (Morgan Lieberman/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Relax, recharge, and find your moment of Zen in the galleries with Easton Yoga. Our next event is on November 21. Please click for more info: http://ow.ly/7rkW30gDYcE Join us for a guided meditation that will help you relax, renew, and refresh your inner peace. In our Kress Gallery you will be transported through the sounds of music and voice to relaxation and serenity. Meditation has been found to have countless benefits, and no prior meditation practice is needed. We begin with gentle stretching to help unwind the body before we begin the mediation to help clear the mind.
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Throughout June 2013, the fabulous team of Sydney Living Museums have had me instruct a FREE yoga class to passers by every Tuesday lunchtime at the forecourt of the Museum of Sydney! It has been a lot of fun and here's a sneak peek of one of our yoga sessions amongst the hustle and bustle of the city in the heart of Sydney!
This video explores the present practice of yoga through the personal stories of eight people with unique relationships to the discipline of yoga. Providing multiple perspectives on the practice as a way of highlighting its breadth and diversity, the interview subjects share their thoughts on yoga, the ways in which it transforms their lives, and the qualities that make it relevant across cultures and time. Tanuja Bahal is Executive Director of the India Community Center in Milpitas, and is an innovative professional with over 20 years of experience in non-profit strategy, program management, marketing, communications, and event management. Monica Desai Henderson is a dancer, storyteller, muralist, and Iyengar yoga teacher. Monica has been a member of the Asian Art Museum's Storytellin...
Created by Spelman College alumna, Chelsea Jackson Roberts, Ph.D. in 2013, Yoga, Literature, and Art Camp integrates art, yoga, writing, and dialogue through a curriculum developed by Chelsea that unites her research in language, literacy, and culture; as well as, her experiences as an educator and yoga teacher. The program is firmly grounded in the literature and art created by women of the African Diaspora and participants experience a diverse rotation of artists, educators, and yoga instructors throughout the camp experience. YLA Camp is a tuition free camp that is sustained by the support of the community through small donations and community organizations like The Dirty South Yoga Festival, the Spelman College Community, and multiple yoga studios and communites throughout Atlanta. ...
Dive deep with the experts to learn the science of yoga and the 5,000-year-old system of medicine from India called Ayurveda. Qamar Adamjee, associate curator of South Asian art, Jeffrey Durham, assistant curator of Himalayan art, Dr. Margaret Chesney, director of UCSF's Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, and Dr. Anand Dhruva, integrative medicine physician and associate professor of medicine, use artworks from the exhibition "Yoga: The Art of Transformation" to discuss the practices' origins and their effects on health. Discover the body's seven energy centers (chakras) and learn about colors and sounds associated with each. Co-presented by the UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, Asia Society, and the International Asosciation of Yoga Therapists. For more information: http:...
The Smithsonian Museum will open a special exhibit that showcases the history of yoga, and they asked for donations to make it happen. They raised 170 thousand dollars, which exceeded their goal of 125 thousand dollars. The Smithsonian Museum will open a special exhibit that showcases the history of yoga, and they used crowd-funding to make it happen. It is the first exhibit to use this kind of online fundraising campaign. Allison Peck, head of public affairs and marketing at the Smithsonian galleries where the exhibit will be held said:: "I know that the eyes of the museum world have been on us as we try this, especially the larger art museums, to see if something they could attempt...in the next few months we'll do a lot of analysis about what we can take from this in terms of how...
Do museum guides in the UK do yoga?
its so beautiful making yoga in in the museum please share thank you guys