Parks and Gardens
Museum of Somerset , Taunton Castle, Castle Green, TA1 4AA, Taunton
26 Feb - 25 Mar 2020
Refresh and revitalise body, mind and soul with yoga and art at the museum
Refresh and revitalise body, mind and soul with yoga and art at the museum.
Join yoga teacher Bev Alderson for a one-hour Hatha Yoga session in the historic Great Hall of Taunton Castle, home to the Museum of Somerset. Downward dog, cat and cow stretch, and strike that mountain pose surrounded by 400 million years of history.
The class is suitable for yogis of mixed abilities, from beginners to seasoned practitioners. It will include warm ups, standing and seated poses, breath work and relaxation.
Having found your zen, take the chance to soak up some modernist art. Contemplate the surreal world of the painter Tristram Hilllier and see artworks on loan from Tate Britain and National Galleries Scotland.
Wednesday 26 February - Hatha Yoga 8.30 am – 9.30 am, gallery visit 9.30 am – 10.00 am
Wednesday 4 March - Hatha Yoga 6.00 pm – 7.00 pm, gallery visit 7.00 pm – 7.30 pm
Wednesday 25 March - Hatha Yoga 8.30 am – 9.30 am, gallery visit 9.30 am – 10.00 am
Maximum ten yogis per session
Mats and blocks provided
£10 per person
Booking online via museumofsomerset.org.uk
Venue: Taunton Castle, Castle Green TA1 4AA
Yoga and Art at the Museum
Museum of Somerset Taunton CastleCastle GreenTauntonSomersetTA1 4AAUnited Kingdom
T: 01823 278805
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