Yoga on the Sculpture Terrace: Creative Flow Series with West Asheville Yoga
In collaboration with West Asheville Yoga join us on the Museum’s Sculpture Terrace for a unique Creative Flow experience that combines the beauty of art with the power of mindful movement.
All-levels are welcome. Please bring your own mat. Loose-fitting clothing is recommended. In the event of inclement weather, the session will be held inside in the Windgate Foundation Atrium.
Yoga Sessions: October 7, 14, 21 and 28
About the Instructors:
Krista Hagman (she/her) has been dedicated to the yoga practice for over 15 years. She has assisted multiple teacher training programs and continues her study of the body through complementary modalities such as Thai Massage, Body-Mind-Centering, Continuum, Contact Improv, Sound Healing, and Plant Medicine. Over the years, Krista has taught yoga in a variety of settings—from studios and assisted living centers to festivals, addiction recovery centers, youth camps, and at-home online. Come join Krista on the mat and experience the transformative power of yoga for yourself!
Kim Drye (she/her) is a highly experienced and skilled yoga instructor with a passion for promoting alignment, therapeutic healing, and restorative practices. She is the proud owner of West Asheville Yoga, where she leads classes and fosters a welcoming environment. Kim’s teaching style revolves around themed slow flows, incorporating detailed technique and alignment breakdowns to enhance her students’ understanding.