January 04, 2017

Grateful Dead yoga returns to museum

Explore music exhibit after class

Fitness Yoga
Grateful Dead bus outside National Museum of American jewish Heritage Sinead Cummings/PhillyVoice

A bus decorated with the words "Grateful Dead" outside of the National Museum of American jewish Heritage.

The first time the National Museum of American Jewish History held a yoga class set entirely to Grateful Dead music it was a huge success. Due to its popularity, yogis and Deadheads are invited back for round two of the fitness event on Jan. 11. 

The all-levels class will be led by Philly Yoga Factory instructors.

To participate, arrive before 6 p.m. to secure a spot. The event is first come, first served. Remember to bring a mat, too.

After class, explore the museum's special exhibition, "Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution," to see memorabilia and photographs from the Grateful Dead and other iconic bands.

The class is free with museum admission, which is $12 per adult.


Grateful Dead Yoga

Wednesday, Jan. 11
6 p.m. | Free with museum admission
National Museum of American Jewish History
101 S. Independence Mall East, at Market St.
(215) 923-3811