Stretch like an astronaut with Guerilla Science! This intergalactic yoga class will take you on a tour of the cosmos, and reveal what happens to our bodies and minds when we travel to outer space.

Join our cosmic laboratory on Wednesday 2 May, as we bring our popular Space Yoga classes from the Secret Garden Party festival to The Book Club in London. Experiment with gravity and explore weightlessness through yoga – to feel what leaving the planet does to our physiology and psychology. Taught by a certified yoga teacher and a space scientist, this interstellar asana class will prepare you for the strange out-of-this-world effects of zero gravity environments.

No experience necessary, all levels welcome. You will be guided through a series of postures based on astronaut training exercises, spaceflight experiences and zero gravity effects. Bend in the name of science, and train for your very own mission to space.

Space Yoga is a revolutionary new combination of yoga and space science, created by Guerilla Science.

Tickets are available here.

This is the closing event of our 2018 Spring residency at The Book Club – previous nights sold out fast so book early to avoid disappointment!

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