Rodin Through Yoga
Friday Nov 13 09:00 AM Friday Nov 20 09:00 AM Wednesday Dec 02 11:30 AM Tuesday Dec 15 02:30 PM Wednesday Dec 30 11:30 AM Wednesday Jan 06 11:30 AM
Honolulu Museum of Art
Free with museum admission • Meet in Rodin exhibition gallery • 75 mins.
• Friday, November 13, 9am: The Twisting Torso
• Friday, November 20, 9am: Sensitive Hands
• Wednesday, December 2, 11:30am: Fabulous Feet
• Tuesday, December 15, 2:30pm: Limber Legs
• Wednesday, December 30, 11:30am: Strong Arms
• Wednesday, January 6, 11:30am: The Meditating Head
Auguste Rodin is famous for the way he captured "movement" in his sculpture. To do that, he had live models walk around his studio as he sketched, so he could capture the accurate movement of the body. Now on view is Auguste Rodin: The Human Experience | Selections from the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Collections, and the exhibition’s many sculptures that celebrate the body has inspired the museum to hold a series of six yoga classes, Nov. 13 to Jan. 6, led by Heidi Hopkins of Aloha Kula Yoga in Kailua.
Each class begins in Auguste Rodin: The Human Experience, where participants will look at a selected sculpture that leads to the themed yoga sequence of the day and discuss this part of the anatomy. The class then moves to a courtyard or gallery for a related yoga practice.
What you need to bring: mat, block, straps, blanket.
To register, complete and submit this form.
This program is supported by a grant from the Hawai‘i Council for the Humanities.