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Yoga at the Brandywine

Yoga at the Brandywine

Join us for an evening of yoga held in a contemplative video environment in the Brandywine River Museum of Art’s exhibition gallery, Dylan Gauthier: highwatermarks. Surrounded by a sixty-foot long floor-to-ceiling video projection, be immersed in the soothing reflection of nature along the backdrop of the Brandywine River and the local communities through which it flows. This multi-sensory experience combines yoga and art to relax your body, refresh your mind, and find inspiration in the art of nature. 

Yoga at the Brandywine is suitable for all levels. Limited space is available, and advance registration is required. Guests should enter through the Museum's Riverside Entrance upon arrival. The class will be held in the Dylan Gauthier: highwatermarks exhibition located in the third floor mill gallery.


SANDY HAYES, RYT, has practiced yoga for 15 years and taught for the past ten years in Chester County, as well as on many retreats. Sandy’s yoga knowledge is broad based and her formal education is in the allied health sciences. Her teaching skills are adapted to yoga students of all levels, and she works with students to help them gain self-awareness, learn how to sense their own intuition, and grow more confident both on and off the mat.

Sandy works with a warm gathering of yoga students here within our Brandywine River Museum of Art community every Thursday afternoon, from 5:15 p.m. to 6:30 p.m, at 10 Station Way Rd, Chadds Ford, PA—a property owned by the Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art and located on its campus. For more information regarding Brandywine yoga classes, please contact Nora Sadler at nsadler@brandywine.org or 610. 388.8104.