Yael Shy

This program will occur weekly on Fridays.
Morning Meditation – 30 minute sessions at 10am and 11am.
Chapel sound bath – 45 minute sessions 12pm, 1pm, 2pm.

Morning Meditative Immersions
Get your head right, and get your heart right before starting your day. 30 minute sessions. (with Brenda Hung)

10:00am: Drop in with mind and body into the extraordinary Helene Schmitz’s exhibition “Thinking Like a Mountain” while being guided in a meditation. Let the themes of nature and its majestic power move you. Drop in with mind and body into the extraordinary Tawny Chatmon exhibit, “Inheritance” while being guided in a meditation. Let the themes of familial bonds, the beauty of African American children, and maternal relationships move you. 

11:00am:​ Drop in with mind and body into the extraordinary Tawny Chatmon exhibit, “Inheritance” while being guided in a meditation. Let the themes of familial bonds, the beauty of African American children, and maternal relationships move you. 

Fotografiska Chapel sound baths
45 minute sessions at 12pm, 1pm and 2pm (with Lewis Tangi)

Give your busy mind a massage with this powerful sound bath in the intimate and beautiful Fotografiska chapel, constructed in 1847. Let the sound drop you deeply into your heart and your body to experience the extraordinary exhibits of the museum in a whole new light.

BIOS

Yael Shy is the Mindfulness Curator for Fotografiska and the author of award-winning book, What Now? Meditation for Your Twenties and Beyond (Parallax, 2017). She is the Senior Director and Founder of MindfulNYU, the largest campus-based mindfulness initiative in the country, and a faculty member at the NYU Wagner School of Public Service. She teaches meditation and mindfulness all over the country, and each week at the MNDFL meditation studio and the lifestyle app, SuperShe. She is a frequent contributor of mindfulness and meditation content to Sonima and the Ten Percent Happier app. She can be found at www.yaelshy.com

Lewis Tangi “I facilitate meditation. Meditation is also union. Sending your energy and focus to isolated parts of your body, anchored by your breathing, can improve your overall wellness. In class we guide ourselves inward, to loosen ourselves, to accept and release accumulated energies that we are holding. Meditation has been a deeply practical part of my life. It is a process, a journey, an experience unique to every individual. I wish to share with you my practice while guiding you to find your flow through meditation.”

Brenda Hung is an artist and a certified sound healing therapist utilizing vibrational sound and energy work in both private and group sessions. She also holds certifications in yoga and mindfulness meditation, and is an attuned Reiki II practitioner. Brenda guides each sound journey with her voice and infuses angelic melodies throughout the experience to promote deep relaxation, entrainment, and balance. She brings a soothing and calm energy to her sessions and creates a nurturing space where her students are encouraged to connect within themselves and to follow the guidance of their own inner teacher towards healing, love, and acceptance. Brenda received her BFA in Painting from Boston University and MA in Art, Education, and Community Practice from New York University and believes the healing arts aids us towards our own unique creative expression and embodiment of who we truly are. Brenda currently teaches and leads creative group workshops combining mindfulness, sound, and the visual arts throughout NYC and works privately with clients. She can be found at https://www.brendahung.com/

Members can access for $10 per event, and must reserve a slot. Tickets are available for non-members ($35 per event). Space is limited.