Emotions influence our bodies. Thoughts register neurological connections in our brains. Memories inform our actions and our movements. It’s all an interactive dance of experience, perception, decision, and happenstance; a push and pull dialogue during any moment in time. Join us at Atlanta Contemporary for an opportunity to expand that dialogue at Movement Love
– a yoga series that explores the brain-body connection through a scientific lens.
Yoga doesn’t just have to be about “zen” – it’s about connecting with one’s mind and body; connecting with pain, happiness, peace or lack thereof. It’s about discovering the surprising compatibility of things and the liberation that results in both body and mind when we give ourselves permission to engage with our own mental health.
Tickets are available at the door only.
Getting there: From the North Avenue MARTA station, board bus 1 and ride approximately 15 minutes, exiting at Marietta and Means Street (Salvation Army and a stoplight are at the intersection). Walk on Means Street toward Salvation Army to reach the building.
Free parking is available onsight.
Presented by Movement Love, Atlanta Contemporary