• February 21–23, 2020
  • Friday-Sunday: 2 nights

Yoga and Creativity Unlock Your Inner Artist, Unleash Your Creative Potential

For all levels.

Do you love yoga? Do you also love being creative? Combine your love of both and reconnect to your inner artist in this exploration of the intersection of art, yoga, and the mind, presented by NY YOGA + LIFEMagazine.

Movement, yoga, sound, and meditation can help us generate space in our bodies and mind so that we can more easily reconnect to our creativity. This program kicks off with an art-inspired yoga session, followed by a brief introductory panel with all the program presenters. Throughout the weekend, you

  • Attend yoga classes inspired by artwork, art history, and writing
  • Make art with your body through asana and photography
  • Expand your creativity by making your own mala bracelets
  • Enjoy a unique sound bath experience.

Works of art from both the Rubin and MASS MoCA will be on display digitally throughout the sessions.

New York Yoga + Life Magazine and The Rubin

 

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
None
Suitable For
All
Program Theme
All Yoga
Schedule
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Unlocking the Inner Artist


Presenter(s)

Faith Hunter, E-RYT 500, blends classic yoga principles and real-world personal experiences into a passionate, free-spirited teaching style.

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Sarah Platt-Finger, cofounder of ISHTA Yoga and the private yoga teacher of Deepak Chopra, is a featured teacher on Yoga U Online and Jiyo.

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Yogiraj Alan Finger began studying yoga at age 16 and cocreated the ISHTA Yoga lineage with his father, Mani Finger. He also cofounded Yoga Zone, Be Yoga, and YogaWorks.

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Robert Sturman is a dedicated yogi and photographer who has increasingly focused his work on capturing the timeless grace and embodied mindfulness of asanas.

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Satya Scainetti, founder and designer of Satya Jewelry, is a philanthropist, yoga teacher, and Reiki healer dedicated to giving back to the world.

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Basia Blonska, a classically trained flutist with a master’s in music performance, has been a professional musician for more than 20 years.

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Tashi Chodron is assistant manager of Himalayan culture programs and partnerships at the Rubin Museum of Art and founding director of Voices of Tibet.

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Laura Dickstein Thompson, EdD, MASS MoCA’s director of education and Kidspace gallery curator, has worked in arts and museum education for more than 25 years.

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