Yoga at The Lume
Australia’s first permanent digital art gallery, The Lume, landed in Melbourne last year with an immersive exhibition presenting the works of Vincent van Gogh – reimagined to swirl around you in the best kind of sensory overload.
But every Wednesday morning until the end of May, van Gogh is being put aside for never-before-seen nature footage designed to bring calm, peace and rejuvenation.
Happy Melon Studios is hosting yoga classes in the multi-sensory space, so you can breathe, stretch, flow and unwind with a backdrop of digital art.
Each session has different visual themes – there’s a tranquil rainforest on April 27, an underwater dive on May 4, the awe-inspiring Himalayas on May 11, a monastery in Bhutan on May 18, and the mesmerising cosmos on May 25.
Classes last 60 minutes; participants need to bring their own yoga mats and water bottles. There are no changing rooms within the venue.
Every Wednesday morning from 7.30am to 8.30am.