Join us and Chrissy Sundt, ex royal ballet dancer, for a bespoke yoga movement class on the top floor of Tate Modern with a backdrop of Thames and London; impressive skyline, followed by meditation, rejuvenating juices, brunch in L9 restaurant and a chance to visit The The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy.
The first session will kick off at 8am on the 2 April before the gallery is open. Guests will enjoy a high-rise movement class looking out over the Thames towards the London skyline.
Under the guidance and watchful eye of Chrissy Sundt, founder of Silver Linings Retreats and ex Royal Ballet dancer, the gentle yoga class aims to leave guests feeling rejuvenated and energised through the combination of mindful movement.
Chrissy Sundt, an expert in tailoring classes to spectacular locations says:
We are hugely excited about bringing a bespoke event to Tate Modern, with such an amazing space and view. My class focus will be heart opening and renewal for spring. An awakening morning practice giving people plenty of time to relax, unwind and enjoy the peace of the beautiful setting overlooking London’s breath-taking skyline.
The hour-long movement class will be immediately followed by Sound Meditation with Tallulah Rendall, one of London’s leading teachers. This, coupled with a nutritious brunch, will set guests up for an energised viewing of The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy.
Welcome (guest arrival) – Tate Modern, Blavatnik Building, level , 8– 8.30
Yoga Class with Chrissy Sundt – Level 10, 8.30–9.30
Sound Meditation with Tallullah Rendall - 9.30–10
Brunch – level 9 Restaurant, 10.15 –11.15
The Ey Exhibiton Picasso 1932: 11.15 onwards
Brunch Sample Menu
Smoked salmon bagel
Bircher muesli, berries and seeds
Granola, vanilla yogurt and fruit compote
Honey lime and quinoa fruit salad
Brunch Venue: Level 9, Blavatnik Building, Tate Modern