Peace, love and freedom. That is how I identify the 1960s and 1970s. As a daughter of two baby boomers, I have heard plenty of stories of life lived in a generation full of social movements, bright colors, substances, and bell bottoms. It was a counterculture that gave birth to hippies. I spent my Sunday at the Walker Art Center with my parents exploring the new Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia exhibit. It is comprised of four galleries displaying…
Start your Saturday with movement and meditation in the museum. WAM has partnered with U of M alumna and certified yoga instructor Elleni Paulson to offer a donation based vinyasa yoga class.
Paulson is a Minneapolis native, who uses yoga to unite the body and mind. All levels and abilities are welcome. This class will focus on linking breath to movement, creating a dynamic and powerful rhythm of movement, and exploring the connection between body and mind.
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Please remember to bring your own mat and water.
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