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Design Museum X Equinox Yoga

Start your morning with vinyasa yoga, hosted by Equinox at the Design Museum. Followed by a viewing of Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition.

Programme for the day:
Saturday 18 May 2019
Time: 8:00-10:00am
8:00am arrival
8.15 – 9.15am class
9.15 – 10:00am, private viewing of Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition

Recurring event dates:
28 September 2019 – Beazley Designs of the Year exhibition view

In Partnership with Equinox

What to expect

Start your morning with a 60-minute energising vinyasa flow yoga practice hosted by Equinox. Designed by Adam Husler to build strength and flexibility, the session will feature slow flow sequences combined with breath-work. The session will give you a chance to open the habitual tightness in your body, ready for the weekend ahead. Set against the inspiring backdrop of the atrium, the space will be filled with the majestic sounds of live pianist Karim Kamar. Close your practice with a short grounding meditation, enhancing body awareness and enabling you to focus on the present. Following the session, you will have the opportunity to join a private viewing of Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition.

Image by @yogaandphoto

Image by @yogaandphoto

Image by @yogaandphoto

Image by @yogaandphoto

Image credit | Philip Suddick (Instagram: @philipsuddick)

Image credit | Philip Suddick (Instagram: @philipsuddick)

Image credit | Philip Suddick (Instagram: @philipsuddick)

Image credit | Philip Suddick (Instagram: @philipsuddick)

Image credit | Philip Suddick (Instagram: @philipsuddick)

Image credit | Philip Suddick (Instagram: @philipsuddick)

Image credit | Philip Suddick (Instagram: @philipsuddick)

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Booking information

Adult £22
Design Museum and Equinox members £17

Instructors

Adam Husler

With experience in the boxing ring, on ultra marathon routes, studying law with a yoga mat in hand for over 9 years; Adam (500RYT) brings a unique perspective to his yoga teaching. Adam's creative sequencing has an alignment based focus. Expect controlled yet dynamic movement, long holds, intelligent alignment and exploration of depth in your practice.

Related exhibition

Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition

Step inside the world of Stanley Kubrick, one of the greatest filmmakers of the 20th century.

Background image | Philip Suddick (Instagram: @philipsuddick)