When:
February 27, 2020 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
2020-02-27T09:00:00-05:00
2020-02-27T10:00:00-05:00
Where:
James A. Michener Art Museum
138 South Pine Street Doylestown
PA 1890
Cost:
$10 member | $20 non-member
Contact:
215.340.9800

Join Dragonfly Yoga Studio owner and seasoned yoga teacher, Joe Simek, for a practice that will combine elements of Eastern movement and mindfulness to experience and activate the environs of the Michener Art Museum.

Instead of retreating within, participants will use the artworks on display and the subtle sounds of the museum to deepen awareness and allow minds to reside in the present moment. These sessions will also combine movement and breath in a respectful way to form the shapes of a yoga practice or to mindfully walk the length of the gallery.

This experience is open to all levels of yoga and meditation practitioners. Yoga mats are not needed, as we will be practicing in a chair or standing. Session includes admission into the Museum.

9 – 10 am

Thursday, February 27
Thursday, March 12
Thursday, March 26
Thursday, April 2

$10 member | $20 non-member. Price includes Museum admission. Please register for each session individually.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

ABOUT INSTRUCTOR JOE SIMEK

Joe Simek is a Certified Yoga Therapist, 500-Hour Level Yoga Teacher, and Co-owner of Dragonfly Yoga Studio. Joe has been practicing yoga and meditation for more than a decade, using the wisdom of the teachings to lose weight, get sober, and abandon the corporate grind. In 2012, he formalized his yoga education, completing Dragonfly’s 200 HR Yoga Teacher Training. Joe went on to study Yoga Therapy and Peaceful Weight Loss Through Yoga with Brandt Passalacqua of Breathing Deeply Yoga Therapy (where he is now a Teaching Assistant) and Advanced Vinyasa Yoga with Rolf Gates. In 2016, Joe co-founded The Fiaria Project, a non-profit organization that aids foster children. He is also the frontman of Destroy It Up, an indie rock music project inspired by yoga philosophy. Joe holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Arizona State University.

Movement and Mindfulness in the Museum with Dragonfly Yoga
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