Yoga at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

What better way to relax and refresh than practicing yoga surrounded by amazing works of art?

This was Claire Oosterhaudt’s thinking when she added yoga to the itinerary of the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Pay What You Wish Wednesday Nights. Yoga is free after Pay What You Wish admission and accomplished instructors craft a practice that is accessible to yogis of all skill levels.

The location of yoga changes with the seasons. In the past, it’s taken place in the Pillared Temple Hall, on the Great Stair Hall Balcony among the Constantine Tapestries, in the Medieval Cloister, and most recently in the Anne d’Harnocourt Sculpture Garden.

Yoga takes place every Wednesday night as a part of the Museum’s Pay What You Wish program. For more information, click here.

By: Holly Huepfel / Weekend Philler Producer
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