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Members $12, Non-Members $15.
21+ event, ID required for entry.

Join NightLife for an on-going event series that explores the brain and body with mind-expanding talks, cutting edge demos, and yoga sessions around the museum.
All workshops presented by Yoga Tree and Yoga Works

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Consciousness & Neuroscience
(African Hall)
7:30 & 8:30pm
------> At 7:30pm start off your night of mind-expanding talks on consciousness and the brain with a presentation by Dr. Helen Weng of UCSF, who uses MRIs and machine learning to study the brain during meditation.

------> Then at 8:30pm, hear a talk from Yonatan W. of Stanford about consciousness in neuroscience titled, "Your brain can fix you - Here's how you can help."

Sunset Salutations
(Living Roof)
7:00pm

------> Do some Sun(Set) Salutations in a very special class taught by Robin Duryea. 
*Weather Permitting

Please Note:

  • Passes are required and available on a first come first serve basis as you enter the museum.
  • Capacity is limited and Entry is not guaranteed.
  • BYOYM - Bring Your Own Yoga Mat.

Underwater Yoga
(Coral Reef)
6:30, 7:30 & 8:30pm

------> Inhale/Exhale with three separate classes the Philippine Coral Reef led by Martin Scott.

Please Note:

  • Passes are required and available on a first come first serve basis as you enter the museum.
  • Capacity is limited and Entry is not guaranteed.
  • BYOYM - Bring your own Yoga Mat.

Yoga + Live DJ Set
(Piazza)
6:30, 7:30, & 8:30pm

------> Downward Dog to a live DJ set by DJ HyFi. Class taught by Rebecca Rogers.

*No passes required. Capacity is limited and on a first come first serve basis.

Cutting-Edge Health Science
(Project Lab)
6:00 - 10:00pm
​-----> Learn about neurological peripheral pain syndromes (like phantom limbs) with neuroscientist—and long-time yoga practitioner—Jason Bant of Stanford.

Feed your body wisely with holistic nutrition tips from Bauman College, Health Ade Kombucha, and Numi Tea between yoga sessions.

Please note:

  • Yoga class capacity is limited in each location and entry is not guaranteed.
  • Living Roof and Coral Reef yoga sessions require passes which will be available on a first-come, first-served basis starting at 6 pm outside on the front building concourse.

Upcoming Brain & Body NightLife 2017 events:

  • November 9th

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EXHIBIT UPDATE

  • The Academy's Osher Rainforest will be closed for updates from September 5-October 12, 2017. We apologize for any inconvenience. The rainforest will re-open on October 13 with a brand new, immersive cave experience and many more exciting updates.

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NIGHTLIFE TIPS

  • Hurry! Last entry for our Rainforest dome is at 7:45 pm. Please note: drinks are not allowed inside the Rainforest exhibit.
     
  • Thirsty? Each bar area features a unique seasonal cocktail—there are multiple bars throughout the museum.
     
  • Special programs and lectures may have limited seating and admission will also be made available to visitors on a first-come, first-served basis.

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PLANETARIUM PASSES

  • Planetarium passes are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Early event arrival is strongly recommended due to limited capacity and high demand for passes.

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FOOD & DRINK

  • A variety of food options are available at NightLife from 6:00-9:30 pm, including The Academy Cafe, The Terrace, and The Academy Cafe Food Cart located in the front lobby.
     
  • Enjoy a different fresh seasonal "craft on draft" cocktail at each NightLife bar area designed by our resident mixologist Shane McKnight!

All bars accept cash and credit cards.

 

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Upcoming NightLife Events

August 31st at 6:00 pm

Enjoy some “Adult Chemistry” with Drake’s Brewing Co. and stories from the field with Dr. Jason G. Goldman.

September 7th at 6:00 pm

Break down the science of fermentation—from beer to cheese and everything in between!

September 14th at 6:00 pm

Chill out with sample-based electronic music from Ryan Hemsworth & Qrion, presented by Popscene.

September 21st at 6:00 pm

Feed your brain and body this week as NightLife explores the fascinating world of human health and wellness.

NightLife is supported by the Koret Foundation.

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