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Exhale: The Art and Science of Relaxation

Speaker

Penelope Jones

Penelope Jones is a yoga teacher and science communicator who enjoys bringing the worlds of science, movement and music together to create integrated, embodied introductions into the wide world of our bodies, minds, and planet. Last year she created ‘We are Stardust: an Embodied Remembering’ – one of the world’s first yoga-science communication adventures!

Harry Edwards

Harry Edwards is a performing guitarist and composer based in Hobart, with a passion for supporting and cultivating the health of the Tasmanian community. Harry performs regularly with his ensembles Django’s Tiger and the Harry Edwards Trio, and has released three albums of original works.

Isaac Gee

Isaac Gee is a double bass player, singer-songwriter, and music therapist working in Hobart. He is passionate about using music to connect people, and help us feel less alone..

Venue

Supper Room, Cygnet Town Hall

Built in 1913, the Cygnet Town Hall has been the heart of social life in the Cygnet Community since its construction. Over the years it has hosted balls and dances, cinema, markets, festivals, exhibitions, plays, concerts, classes and workshops. 

Cygnet Town Hall, 14 Mary St, Cygnet
Website

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible.

Eat and Drink

Tea and snacks will be served after the session.

The Health Oasis, 46 Browns Rd, Kingston

The Health Oasis is located just off the Southern Outlet entering Kingston with amazing views of the ever changing kunanyi.  This space has been built on passion and the goal to help as many people in the community to experience the benefits of better health as possible. 

The Health Oasis, 46 Browns Rd, Kingston
Website

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible.

Eat and Drink

Tea and snacks will be served after the session.

A Seat at the Table

Beaker Street Festival’s pay-it-forward initiative, A Seat at the Table, helps make our science and art offerings accessible to those who can’t afford to purchase a ticket. When you buy a ticket you have the option to donate towards the cost of a stranger’s ticket. You won’t know who you’ve helped, but your donation will go directly towards allowing someone else to access this great event. All donations $2 and over are tax-deductible.

If you’d like to request one or two free tickets, please let us know. If we can offer you a seat, we’ll notify you by email.

Programming Partners