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Slow down and find calm in this Hatha yoga class surrounded by the textures, colours and patterns of Johanna Unzueta’s exhibition.

The Golden Ratio is an equation or pattern that appears in the structure of a wide range of natural shapes, from the structure of leaves to the proportions of the human body. It is also a measuring tool used to construct many of Unzueta’s artworks.

Yoga teacher and artist Najia Bagi will use this equation to slow down the breath in this relaxing Hatha yoga class which includes breath meditation, long held and restorative postures to focus body and mind. Suitable for all.

Ticket price includes a hot drink afterwards in the Modern Art Oxford café.

Please bring your own mat.

Follow Najia @najiabagi and @kindnessyoga_uk

Tickets

Standard

£10.00

Concession

£8.00

Concessions are available for students, over 65s, unwaged and disabled visitors, and Modern Art Oxford Friends. Proof or ID for each concession is required on entry. Personal assistants for persons with disabilities are entitled to a free ticket (subject to availability).

Najia Bagi

Najia Bagi has been practicing yoga for eight years, after falling in love with the practice in her first class. She completed a 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher certificate in 2018, training in London and Andalucia with Inspira Yoga.

Najia is passionate about spreading the concept of Ahimsa/Kindness through her teaching, and infuses every class with an attitude of self exploration and acceptance. She teaches Yin, Hatha, Vinyasa Flow and Ashtanga styles. These influences come together when Najia teaches, creating a space for mediation and the joining of breath and body.