Free your mind, relax and experience the magic beneath Luke Jerram’s spectacular Gaia display.
After popular demand, we are pleased to announce that we’ve added more dates for Yoga under Gaia. Take a break and enjoy free yoga with Maria Widdows under the breath-taking Gaia. Join her as she leads a grounding, balancing yoga practice, where no experience is needed.
The sessions will be taking place on the following dates:
- Monday 28th February at 12:00pm and 1:15pm (45 minutes)
- Monday 7th March at 6:45pm (75 minutes)
- Monday 21st March at 6:45pm (75 minutes)
Have an open mind, take a breath, and connect back to Mother Earth. Spaces can be booked now by visiting Maria’s website.
A magical view of earth in the heart of Birmingham
Created from detailed NASA imagery of the Earth’s surface and measuring seven metres in diameter, Gaia invites guests to appreciate the beauty and majesty of our planet on an awe-inspiring scale. The spectacular artwork is 1.8 million times smaller than the Earth, with each centimetre of the sculpture depicting 18km of the Earth’s surface.
The installation is on display in Millennium Point’s impressive Atrium, suspended from above and slowly revolving, giving visitors the chance to view the Earth from every angle as never before. The artwork is also accompanied by a specially created surround sound composition by BAFTA award-winning composer Dan Jones.
If you can’t make the yoga, why not visit us another time to see the spectacular earth sculpture. Gaia is completely free to attend and requires no booking. Simply visit Millennium Point during our opening hours of 8am to 11pm. For more information please click here.
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