All levels welcome to this rejuvenating Kripalu yoga class with certified instructor Eva Blutinger.
Weekly yoga classes are $10 per class and $5 for Museum Members. Free for members at the Associates Level and above.
Please bring your own mat. Thick mats, blocks, and blankets are recommended.
ABOUT THE CLASS: Join certified Kripalu yoga instructor Eva Blutinger for a reflective yoga practice in the Museum. Allow art and yoga to refresh, rejuvenate and take you on a journey to your intuitive, creative and authentic self! Yoga is about self-expression and, like the works in the gallery, a form of art that reaches the deepest levels of relaxation, tranquility and stillness. The powerful meditative aspects of Kripalu yoga combine breath and movement that help you to slow down, to be in the present moment, and to appreciate the beauty and art that surrounds you. A perfect venue and truly healing and empowering experience!
COST: Classes are $10 per session and $5 for museum members at the Family Level ($100) or below. Yoga fee waived for members at the Associate Level ($250) or above. For more information on membership levels, benefits and to become a member, visit our membership page online, call (202) 885-3656, or email email@example.com.
Cash and check are accepted prior to the class or pay online in advance at: www.tinyurl.com/aumtickets
LOCATION: Classes are located inside the AU Museum in the Katzen Art Center, 4400 Massachusetts Ave, NW. For more information, see Visiting & Events page online. Metered parking is available underneath the Katzen Art Center for $2 per hour. Please note your space number and pay at the kiosk on P1.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Eva Blutinger has been dedicated to the practice of Yoga for over 20 years. She is a certified yoga instructor with accreditation for 500 hours from The Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, a nationally recognized yoga training institute. She loves sharing the gift of yoga and its profound healing effects for beginners and experienced practitioners alike. Eva believes that yoga is a practice that brings strength, joy, reduces stress, and provides richness to life. She works with wounded warriors and veterans at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, teaches students at the American University, residents of Wesley Heights, and faculty at the Sheridan School with a focus on stress management. A longtime Washingtonian, Eva was raised in Italy and has lived in the District since 1976. A former executive in the information technology industry, she is the mother of three boys and holds a Master’s degree from American University in Washington, DC.