Join yoga instructors Joyce Schuman and Barbara Wood on Saturday, August 7 for an early morning yoga class in the Rose Garden Pavilion. Open to all levels, students should bring their own yoga mat.
Members only. $15 per participant. Register here.
To ensure adequate space, enrollment is limited.
About the instructors:
Joyce Shuman: Joyce Shuman teaches yoga for all bodies; to support you with mindful breath and movement that benefits your individual yoga practice. Joyce is a RYT 500 @ Certified Yoga Therapist through Loyola Marymount University.
Barbara Wood: Certified as a hatha yoga instructor, Barbara‘s yoga style incorporates her background as a modern dancer, specifically Alignment Release Technique, and F.M. Alexander Technique. She trained under Dr. Loren Fishman, NY, and is certified as a yoga for osteoporosis and yoga for back pain therapist. Her goal is that everyone should leave the class stronger and uplifted regardless of skill level.
Please note that the Castle Garden Gallery Tour is canceled.
Join curator Debra Scacco for a walkthrough of the Castle Garden exhibition, currently on view at the Sturt Haaga Gallery.
Free with registration. Admission is included with your reservation.
For the four-week Friday class that begins on September 17, click here
Please note that the yoga class that begins on September 14 is sold out.
Join us for a four-week Tuesday yoga class with Barbara Wood in the Rose Pavilion on September 14, 21, 28, and October 5 from 8:30–10am. Each class includes a 25-minute fitness walk and 60-minute yoga practice.
Members only. $58 per participant.
Tickets are sold out for the Sept. 16 performance of What You Will
Join us on September 16, 17 or 18 for a performance of What You Will by the Ensemble Shakespeare Theater in the Amphitheater off the Main Lawn.
In turns funny, inspiring, heartbreaking, satirical, profound, silly, literal, figurative, and above all honest, What You Will is a passionate and moving dose of humanity through Shakespeare.
This Shakespearean “un-play” is the result of the Ensemble’s favorite professional actors, writers, and improvisors creating mini-plays through the lens of their individual and diverse backgrounds, responding to and recontextualizing Shakespeare’s stories and words. The company breaks down the mystique of Shakespeare’s language and creates pieces for all audiences to enjoy.
$20 for members, $25 for non-members. Advance tickets required.