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Art of Yoga (#ArtOfYoga) at Asian Art Museum Feb 21 & 22

by Larry Chiang on January 25, 2014

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 Opening Feb 21
Yoga: The Art of Transformation, which The New York Times called “immensely pleasurable,” is opening soon at the Asian Art Museum. We’re thrilled about the world’s first major art exhibition about yoga, so we’re kicking things off with an opening weekend of two amazing events. Live the nightlife at our party or immerse yourself in daytime yoga. Or, why not do both? Score some savings on our early bird ticket specials, including a special combo ticket. 
Take a deep breath and dance the night away with MC YogiDJ Drez and DJ Sol Rising. Not your speed? Stretch out in a 60-minute yoga class earlier in the evening led by MC Yogi (yoga class is an additional $10) or spend some time in our galleries. Either way, be the first to see the yoga exhibition. AcroYoga, Non Stop Bhangra with Dholrhythyms, gallery tours, storytelling, complimentary sips by Laughing Glass Cocktails, and cash bars make this a feel-good party for the body and soul. View the full scheduleClick here to share on Facebook. 

Practice yoga in the museum’s beautiful Samsung Hall with your choice of one of three 90-minute classes taught by top notch teachers (the yoga class is an additional $15). Beginners are welcome and everyone should bring a yoga mat. Elevate your vision with Erica Jago, get lifted in AcroYoga with Jenny Sauer-Klein and Adam Rinder, or synchronize your breath in vinyasa yoga with Stephanie Snyder. Open your mind and chill out in our collection galleries and yoga exhibition. Got kids? Bring ‘em! Yoga for the little ones, art making activities, storytelling sessions, curatorial-led gallery talks, tours, and the Yogi Tea Lounge round out this family-friendly event

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