Innerglow: Celebrate You
Jun
26
6:30 PM18:30

Innerglow: Celebrate You

On Wednesday, June 26th we're celebrating each of our unique gifts and experiences as we explore the theme of identity through inspiring performances and meaningful connections.

We'll share a beautiful meditation with Alex Joy, vibe with music from artist Tim Victor, enjoy a share from educator and wellness coach Monica Monfre, have a special group performance with Aya Jack and Mario Castro, and share connections that make us feel good.

Complimentary GT'S Kombucha and bites from MUD and Nutu.

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Tyler Wallach: Queer Artistry and Entrepreneurship
Jun
27
6:00 PM18:00

Tyler Wallach: Queer Artistry and Entrepreneurship

Queer Artist, Tyler Wallach, commonly referred to as “the 1988 lovechild of Keith Haring and Lisa Frank will be joining us in full rainbow force to paint live and have a conversation about the landscape of queer artistry in NYC, and what being a queer entrepreneur in 2019 really takes. 

This event is free, with a suggested donation of $5 to the Ali Forney Center.

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Kinetic Revival
Jul
9
6:00 PM18:00

Kinetic Revival

Enhance your body's movement efficiency and capabilities in this class taught by Doctors of Physical Therapy. This class will help you expand your body's flexibility, give you greater control of your available range of motion and improve both joint and spinal health. Sign up for this class if you'd like to improve your mobility and reduce your risk of injury in the process.

Light refreshments will be provided.

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Gloveworx Boxing Class
Jul
13
10:00 AM10:00

Gloveworx Boxing Class

Experience the one and only Gloveworx (Westfield World Trade Center’s first boxing studio) at lululemon Soho.

Gloveworx isn’t your typical fitness class, with world-class boxing professionals teaching real boxing technique. The athlete-inspired workout will challenge you mentally as much as it does physically. Glove up and join us on July 13th from 10-11am at the community space, located in our Soho Broadway store.

Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the workout time and wear comfortable athletic attire and shoes.

More about Gloveworx:

Gloveworx is a premier, state-of-the-art boxing studio and athletic performance facility led by celebrity trainer Leyon Azubuike. With studios in Century City, Santa Monica and now New York City, Gloveworx provides an all-encompassing and high intensity without routine that combines boxing with conditioning and strength training available through intimate group and one-on-one sessions in an enthusiastic team environment. Our sessions include (but are not limited to) one-on-one mitt work, heavy bag work, variable cardio and strength and conditioning exercises.

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NDOband BURN with Toni and Poppi Livers
Jul
13
12:00 PM12:00

NDOband BURN with Toni and Poppi Livers

Are YOU ready to Get Better OR Get Beat in this Full body workout. This partner workout will consist of interval based training, with high intensity exercises that include body weight movements, bands and dumbbells. YOU will be challenged to push your limits and leave this class feeling confident and strong! Remember, it’s YOU vs YOU when you walk thru that door...

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Reiki and Sound Bath
Jul
18
7:00 PM19:00

Reiki and Sound Bath

Immerse yourself in the meditative tones of quartz crystal and Himalayan singing bowls, tuning forks, voice, and other overtone-rich instruments while receiving the healing touch of reiki. Reiki will be received as a group as well as one on one hand placements. This combination can help release emotional baggage, stress, grief, anxiety and even pain. Come relax, release, and recalibrate!

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Lofted Voices: An Invitation for Every Voice to be Proud and Present
Jun
23
7:00 PM19:00

Lofted Voices: An Invitation for Every Voice to be Proud and Present

Join us at lululemon Soho on June 23rd for our second Lofted Voices event, to celebrate voices of the LGBTQ+ community through a unique collaboration with Fit for Broadway and voices of the Broadway community.

 You'll hear songs from Alex Newell, Sammy Rae, Deon’te Goodman, and more. Performances will be followed by a panel conversation on what it means to be Proud and Present, activism, and the arts hosted by Felicia Fitzpatrick (Playbill). 

Lofted Voices co-creates opportunities with artists and performers to share their voices in unique ways by encouraging performance, conversation and collaboration. 

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lululemon NYC Proud and Present Outdoor Yoga Session at Pier 64
Jun
22
11:00 AM11:00

lululemon NYC Proud and Present Outdoor Yoga Session at Pier 64

In honor of Pride this year, we've partnered with The Trevor Project, the world's largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning young people, to offer a very special outdoor yoga practice, led by Jase Cannon, at Pier 64 in Hudson River Park.  

Event details : 

  • There is a $5 minimum donation required for entry. We will be collecting donations for The Trevor Project at the site's entrance (suggested payment method : by credit card). All donations will be matched 1:1 by lululemon.

  • Registration begins at 10am.

  • A 90 minute experience kicks off at 11am.

  • 250 yoga mats are provided as first come, first serve.

  • Once all complimentary yoga mats are occupied, we will still be accepting yogis (up to 200) with their own mats on site.

In a world that is spinning faster and faster, we’re holding space on June 22nd to land on our mats and reflect on this moment in time : On the progress we’ve made, on the challenges yet to overcome and on the milestones worth celebrating.

This is a moment to be Proud. This is a moment to be Present.

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Femme: Short Film and Panel Discussion
Jun
20
6:30 PM18:30

Femme: Short Film and Panel Discussion

Femme is a short film about Carson, a gay twenty something looking for love on all the wrong apps. After being rejected by an online hookup for being too “femme”, Carson embarks on a hilarious journey towards self discovery and acceptance by way of a manic exis tential crisis and a drag queen fairy godmother. Set in Hell’s Kitchen, the epicenter of New York City gay life, Carson must confront his own notions of masculinity and gender performance within the LGBTQ community and beyond.

Please join us for a screening of Femme (by CoreyCamperchioli), followed by a discussion on what the word femme means and how it is represented in the LGBTQ community. Femme is Corey's attempt to not only unpack and challenge this behavior, but also to celebrate femme-ness.

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Creative Vibes Only: Dancer Edition 3:30-5:00pm
Jun
19
3:30 PM15:30

Creative Vibes Only: Dancer Edition 3:30-5:00pm

Join professional Dancer, Danni Rogers and his team from creative consultancy, Age of the Creative(AOTC) on Wednesday, 6/19 for a special dancer edition of their Creative Vibes Only workshop.  There are two class times available: 1:30-3pm and 3:30-5pm

Creative Vibes Only Accelerator is an interactive workshop designed to equip creative artists, entrepreneurs and those aspiring with the tangible tools and developmental resources needed to grow their careers, brands and accelerate the business of their creativity. 

This special edition, includes a dance masterclass by Rogers with special guests and a workshop by AOTC where we re-imagine the day-to-day challenges through the lens of creativity as a valuable solution covering:

Goal Setting,


Branding — how to build your personal and brand narra
tive.
 

Establishing Your digital footprint
Personal Content development 

Daily personal Development

Open and available for all levels.

To register for the 3:30-5pm class, click here

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Creative Vibes Only: Dancer Edition 1:30pm-3:00pm
Jun
19
1:30 PM13:30

Creative Vibes Only: Dancer Edition 1:30pm-3:00pm

Join professional Dancer, Danni Rogers and his team from creative consultancy, Age of the Creative(AOTC) on Wednesday, 6/19 for a special dancer edition of their Creative Vibes Only workshop.  There are two class times available: 1:30-3pm and 3:30-5pm

Creative Vibes Only Accelerator is an interactive workshop designed to equip creative artists, entrepreneurs and those aspiring with the tangible tools and developmental resources needed to grow their careers, brands and accelerate the business of their creativity. 

This special edition, includes a dance masterclass by Rogers with special guests and a workshop by AOTC where we re-imagine the day-to-day challenges through the lens of creativity as a valuable solution covering:

Goal Setting,


Branding — how to build your personal and brand narra
tive.
 

Establishing Your digital footprint
Personal Content development 

Daily personal Development


Open and available for all levels.

To register for the 1:30 class, click here

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The Legacy of Fatherhood: HIIT Class and Panel Discussion
Jun
14
6:30 PM18:30

The Legacy of Fatherhood: HIIT Class and Panel Discussion

Join Troy Brooks, instructor at Liftonic, and a panel of guests for this unique Father's Day event. After a 30 minute HIIT class- The Dirty Thirty - led by Troy, we'll explore two topics with our panel guests: (1)how to avoid burnout during fatherhood and (2) what does legacy mean to you in terms of your children.  Connect afterwards with light refreshments.

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Mindfulness and Justice: A Conversation With Lineage Project and Young Pueblo
Jun
6
6:30 PM18:30

Mindfulness and Justice: A Conversation With Lineage Project and Young Pueblo

Join Lineage Project for a Spring Open House as we enjoy light refreshments, a guided meditation, and conversation about mindfulness and justice.

Author and meditator Yung Pueblo will join Lineage Project's Executive Director Gabrielle Prisco for this community conversation, facilitated by Jessica Mingus, Lineage's Director of Programs.

Lineage Project is a non-profit organization teaching mindfulness practices to young people navigating incarceration, homelessness, school suspension, and academic challenges. We also train organizations in the development of mindful and trauma-conscious cultures and practices.

To register, click here

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Training for Broadway Week!
Jun
2
to Jun 8

Training for Broadway Week!

Fit for Broadway is proud to announce our third annual Training for Broadway Event Series! As we gear up for the Tony Awards on June 9th, we celebrate with a week-long training marathon featuring our favorite Broadway Trainers and Wellness experts! Our mission is to create a supportive, positive community in NYC, and beyond! 

There are 11 events total. Each event is $20 per ticket. Purchase a ticket for each event you want to attend! :)

Link for tickets here!

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How To Perform Everyday: It's Simpler Than You Think
May
30
6:30 PM18:30

How To Perform Everyday: It's Simpler Than You Think

What does performance mean to you? What do you think it takes to function like a pro-athlete? Are you currently stuck on a training plateau?

There are three topics that don’t get as much shine in performing at 100% every day. The founders at Match Fit Performance will discuss how recovery, training frequency, and quality of movement can affect performance. You’ll walk away with a different view on what performance means to you and some useful tools to immediately incorporate to your training to help you train smarter and avoid hitting plateaus.

For attending our event, we’re offering an entry to a raffle that includes:

  • Two, one-month packages to work with a founder of Match Fit Performance ($500 cost)

  • Two, one-off consultations with a founder of Match Fit Performance ($300 cost)

  • Two pairs of tickets to two NYCFC home matches at Yankee Stadium (TBD)

Register here

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Ain't Too Proud:  A panel on diversity in the arts with the Broadway cast of AIN’T TOO PROUD
May
20
6:30 PM18:30

Ain't Too Proud: A panel on diversity in the arts with the Broadway cast of AIN’T TOO PROUD

The 12-time Tony Award®-nominated Broadway musical, AIN’T TOO PROUD, follows The Temptations’ extraordinary journey from the streets of Detroit to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. On May 20th, the cast and creatives of AIN’T TOO PROUD will discuss representation and diversity in the arts in the context of the show and our culture at large. Panelists will discuss their journey to Broadway as artists of color and the importance of telling The Temptations’ story in 2019.

For tickets, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/aint-too-proud-a-panel-on-diversity-in-the-arts-with-the-broadway-cast-tickets-61733832555

Panelists:

  • Edgar Godineaux

  • Esther Antoine

  • Jahi Kearse

  • Jarvis Manning Jr

Conversation will be moderated by Felicia Fitzpatrick (Playbill , Call and Response)

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G-Flow by Goldie Graham
May
16
6:30 PM18:30

G-Flow by Goldie Graham

For the Vinyasa-obsessed. If you like to flow this class is for you. Taught in less of a "workshop" style and has more of a "master class" feel to it, Goldie will lead you through a unique, carefully crafted vinyasa sequence with an emphasis on intuitive movement and your internal cadence. Get ready to embody the soundtrack and how it accompanies the rhythm of the physical flow. Open to all, regardless of practitioner level, each posture will be presented with modifications for both the beginner and advanced student.

Sign up HERE

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The Doodle Challenge Kickstarter Launch Party
May
10
7:00 PM19:00

The Doodle Challenge Kickstarter Launch Party

Get Curious! Doodle Curious!

Join The Doodle Challenge (TDC) as we kick off our Kickstarter Campaign with a bang in the new community space at lululemon Soho on May 10th 2019!

Stress is a huge problem. In today's fast paced busy world, stress can negatively impact our health, joy, and success in both career and personal life. Your cognitive wellness should come first. The Doodle Challenge (TDC) develops engaging games and workshops that can reduce stress, build strong creative minds, better story-tellers and happier people. The Doodle Challenge was created using neuroscience, psychology and art/design theory.

Get doodle curious and help support our crowd funding goals to get our hilariously fun stress reducing, perspective building products to the world! At this event, enjoy an open bar, get your doodle on, win fabulous prizes and watch featured illustrators battle it out during our exhibition match! This is a free event with the expectation attendees will support and back our Kickstarter during the event to make our campaign a success!

Want in? Grab your tickets HERE! Space is limited. First come first serve.

See you there!

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Best Day Ever at lululemon Soho
May
2
6:30 PM18:30

Best Day Ever at lululemon Soho

Substance use affects an estimated 25 million Americans. And in the next 10 years, opioids could kill over a half million more people. Meanwhile, only 4% of medical health professionals specialize in substance use disorders and stigma associated with addiction fuels families' shame and the public health crisis at large. Recovery for our loves ones - while taking care of ourselves - can be a confusing, long and winding road.

Join Best Day Ever at lululemon Soho as we explore the addiction crisis, what's happening in the brain on drugs and how we can better support ourselves and our loved one.

Our panel "Coming Home" will address the complexities associated with supporting our loved ones through addiction, featuring unique perspectives and practical tools from:

  • JUDITH GRISEL, Ph.D., internationally recognized behavioral neuroscientist whose research focuses on determining root causes of drug addiction

  • MITCHELL LEFF, recovery champion

  • SARRAH STRIMEL, co-founder of BYoga

  • ERICA LUBETKIN , Licensed Mental Health Counselor

  • LINDSAY E. BROWN, co- founder of Best Day Ever (moderator)

Learn more and register HERE!

Event schedule:

6:30pm - Arrival

6:45pm - Panel Begins Promptly

7:30pm - Audience Q&A (guests may bring a burning question with them to the event and submit it anonymously for our panelists to respond to. We will make time for these submissions.)

7:45pm -Meditation led by Sarrah Strimel

8:00 - Enjoy stretching services by LYMBR + refreshments

*Refreshments provided by Health-Ade Kombucha + Dirty Lemon

*Beauty goodies to take home thanks to Wander Beauty

*Special thanks to our partner LYMBR!

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Broadway Dance: Ain’t Too Proud
May
2
3:00 PM15:00

Broadway Dance: Ain’t Too Proud

An opportunity to learn the choreography from Ain’t Too Proud – The Life & Times of The Temptations, currently on Broadway. The workshop will be taught by the show’s Associate Choreographer, Edgar Godineaux. This will be an intermediate dance class highlighting the choreography inspired by the greatest group in the history of R&B. Character shoes preferred, sneakers or jazz shoes okay.

@AintTooProudMusical

Edgar Godineaux is the Associate Choreographer for the Broadway musical Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations. Nominated for a NAACP Theater Award for Best Director/Best Choreography for Memphis, The Musical (regional larger theatre). He was the Associate Choreographer for Tony-nominated Memphis, The Musical (Olivier Award for Best Choreography in the U.K.) and Leap of Faith on Broadway. Edgar’s choreography has been seen in Lights Out: Nat “King” Cole at the Geffen Playhouse (Barrymore Award winner for Outstanding Choreography/Movement), Comedy Central pilot starring Awkwafina, “Dancing with the Stars” Jason Taylor and Edyta, “SYTYCD” Canada, Nona Gaye videos/tours BET Entertainment, The Five Heartbeats in collaborations with Michael Peters, Color Me Bad tour, Jersey Boys the movie, and Motown 30th Anniversary. He has toured with Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey, and Diana Ross.

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Innerglow: Meditation, Music & Connection
Apr
25
6:30 PM18:30

Innerglow: Meditation, Music & Connection

On Thursday, April 25th, we're coming together at Lululemon Soho for the first Spring Innerglow of the year with great energy, sweet music and refreshing conversations.

We'll share a meditation led by Moun D'Simone, vibe with a music performance from Aya Jack, have a share from Natalie Johnson, and get to connect with other wonderful people in our community.

Complimentary GT'S Kombucha, bites from Emmy's Organics and Nutu chocolates.

*Want to give time instead of money? Volunteer here.

*Unable to attend because of the price? A limited number of reduced price tickets are available here

6:30pm-7:10pm: Vibe and Connect

7:10pm: Doors close, Innerglow starts

8:40pm: Event Ends 

About Innerglow

Innerglow brings people together to meditate and connect through meditation classes and mindful social events. Our mission is to help people feel empowered and live well by learning meditation practices and connecting deeper with themselves and others.

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Women Warriors: The Voices of Change - Cottage Meetings to Promote Global Activism
Apr
18
7:00 PM19:00

Women Warriors: The Voices of Change - Cottage Meetings to Promote Global Activism

Meet the Conductor and Learn About This Amazing Event and Movement!

Conductor, Amy Andersson, teams with Larendee Roos, champion of women’s rights, to host "Cottage Meeting" events to raise awareness and funds for Warrior Women: The Voices of Change, a symphony concert event highlighting the work of female activists; broken down into chapters - including ‘Black Lives Matter’, ‘HIV/AIDS 1980’s’, ‘Same Sex’ and ‘Mother Earth’.

Warrior Women: The Voices of Change, will premiere at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, NYC on September 20, 2019 and is much more than a groundbreaking, feminist event - it’s a call to action.

This event to be held on April 18th from 7:00p.m. - 9:00p.m.

View the GoFundMe page here : Women Warriors: The Voices of Change

Funds raised for this project go directly to the New York registered non-profit Music Resonates, Inc, 501(c)3, which supports women and minority composers with social justice concerts performed by Orchestra Moderne NYC. Your contribution will support production costs at Lincoln Center.

Please visit Orchestra Moderne NYC's website at http://orchestramoderne-nyc.com to read about their recent triumphant Carnegie Hall debut concert on immigration on October 2017. Also visit http://amyanderssonconductor.com for more information on Amy Andersson.

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