Dallas Symphony adds free yoga classes as part of wellness initiative

Posted on: January 6, 2020

“For many of us, the new year brings a whole new batch of wellness goals,” writes Natalie Gempel in Friday’s (1/3) D Magazine (Dallas, TX). “Gyms are notoriously crowded this month, though, so it’s a good idea to look for outside-the-box ways to get a workout. Starting on Tuesday, January 7, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra will offer free yoga classes twice a week in the lobby of the Meyerson Symphony Center. The classes are part of a larger wellness initiative that the DSO has been slowly rolling out, including meditation classes for staff and musicians. The serene, I.M. Pei-designed building makes a good backdrop for Zen-inducing activities. The new yoga classes will take place every Tuesday and Thursday from 8-8:45 a.m. They’re free and open to the public—all levels welcome—and there’s no prior registration required. Just show up with your own yoga mat, a bottle of water, and your resolutions.”