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Design Museum X Equinox Yoga
Celebrate the theme ‘belonging’ with a 60 minute vinyasa yoga practice hosted by Equinox, set beneath major London Design Festival installation, Mind Pilot.
Programme for the day:
Saturday 22 September 2018
8.15 – 9.15am class
9.15 – 10am Private viewing of Azzedine AlaÏa: The Couturier
In Partnership with Equinox
Start your morning with a 60-minute 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 breathwork. Set beneath the major installation, Mind Pilot, specially commissioned for London Design Festival 2018 in the Design Museum’s atrium, the space will be filled with the majestic sounds of live pianist Okiem and inspire a feeling of belonging within your body and mind.
Close your session with the healing sounds of Himalyan singing bowls and the soulful tones of instructor and performer Holly Davis to bring you into your body, decreasing stress and enhancing body awareness. Following the class, you will have the opportunity to join a private viewing of the Azzedine Alaia: The Couturier exhibition, during its final weeks on display.
Design Museum and Equinox members £17
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.
Holly truly believes in the power of music to heal, and is so excited to bring her passion for music into the yoga world. Expect a fusion of Alchemy crystal singing bowls with soft vocals to evoke feelings of deep relaxation, peace, harmony and wellbeing for the body and the mind as you lie still on your mat.
Background image | Philip Suddick (Instagram: @philipsuddick)
Ameena M. McConnell, Curator at Large explores the theme of ‘belonging’ looking at how artists, designers & curators can collaborate to animate spaces - public and cultural to make them more inclusive. Find out more about Mind-Pilot.