The Art of Wellbeing

Summer for the City 2023 has come to an end!
Thank you for joining us at the Ultimate New York Festival

Shake off your week—and kick off your weekend—with a mix of participatory movement and mindfulness sessions that are sure to get those feel-good endorphins flowing from July 8–August 12. From breathwork accompanied by bansuri flute and tabla, socioemotional learning through a family-friendly Lindy hop workshop, yoga and movement with the New York City Ballet, and social dance with Every Body Move, here’s your chance to try something new, find what feels good, and elevate your health and wellness. The first class will be held outdoors on The Dance Floor, and following classes will take place indoors in our new David Geffen Hall. Presented in collaboration with NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, the official hospital of Lincoln Center, these sessions harness the power of art to engage the mind, body, and spirit.

*Not all exercises are suitable for everyone. Any injury sustained from proper or improper participation in The Art of Wellbeing programming is solely the responsibility of the exerciser. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. and any co-presenters and performers disclaim any liability from injury sustained from the participation in this exercise, and suggest that you consult your professional healthcare provider before attempting any exercise or exercise program.



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About Summer for the City

The city’s ultimate New York festival features hundreds of events and thousands of artists in celebration of the vibrant cultural communities of NYC. Learn more »

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The Art of Wellbeing is presented by NewYork-Presbyterian

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