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

Broadway Dance: Ain’t Too Proud

Learn the choreography from Ain’t Too Proud – The Life & Times of The Temptations, now on Broadway. Taught by Associate Choreographer Edgar Godineaux, this intermediate dance class features choreography inspired by the greatest group in the history of R&B. Character shoes preferred, sneakers okay.

@AintTooProudMusical

Edgar Godineaux is the Associate Choreographer for the Broadway musical Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations, the Tony-Award winning Best Musical Memphis, (Olivier Award for Best Choreography), and Leap of Faith on Broadway. Barrymore Award winner for Outstanding Choreography/Movement for Lights Out: Nat “King” Cole, Peoples Light. Nominated for an NAACP Theatre Award for Best Director/Best Choreography for Memphis, The Musical/ He is the Choreographer for Lights Out: Nat “King” Cole at the Geffen Playhouse. Comedy Central pilot starring Awkwafina, Dancing with the Stars with Jason Taylor and Edyta, SYTYCD Canada, Nona Gaye videos/tour BET Entertainment, the movie The Five Heartbeats in collaboration with the legendary Michael Peters, Color Me Bad Tour, and Motown 30th Anniversary. He has toured with Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey, and Diana Ross.

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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.

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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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