Yoga at the MOA
This semester, the BYU Museum of Art has welcomed over 150 people into the museum for relaxing, one-hour yoga classes under the famous Plexus no. 29 by Gabriel Dawe. The Yoga at the MOA classes are one-hour long and take place on the last Thursday of January, February, and March. The final Yoga at the MOA for the semester will be held on Thursday, March 28 at 6 PM.
The idea behind the new Yoga at the MOA program is for more people, particularly BYU students, to experience the MOA in a different way. “The space is the perfect place for yoga—it’s beautiful, serene, and we are surrounded by art representing the natural world. It’s so wonderful to be able to slow down and be mindful in the museum,” said Kylie Brooks, MOA Marketing & PR Manager and Yoga at the MOA instructor.
Registration is required, to make sure we have enough room for participants. Those wanting to attend March’s class can register here. Classes are free and all levels of yoga experience are welcome. No children under 8 years old. Please bring your own yoga mat.
If you attended Yoga at the MOA this semester, give us your feedback! The MOA is planning to continue this program in Fall Semester and we at the MOA want to create the most wonderful environment we can for this new program. Give us feedback by commenting on this post, DM-ing us on Facebook or Instagram, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can read more about Yoga at the MOA in this story from the BYU Universe.