Herb + Flow Juneteenth Experience

June 02, 2021

Herb + Flow Juneteenth Experience

Take the morning to pause and celebrate yourself. You are here, you have your miraculous body and your penetrating mind. You made it through what’s likely to be the hardest time in our living memory (for so many reasons).

Emerge and let the sunshine that community offers and the alignment that movement invites us into, enter your heart, mind, and body as we collectively and hopefully say goodbye to a time that has also been incredibly isolating. 

On Saturday, Juneteenth (June 19) and 10:00am, we want to welcome an intimate group of folks into our space to enjoy a heart-throbbing (Erica don’t play y’all), self-celebratory yoga, and tea experience. 

You will leave with your body awakened, your mind clearer, and your vision more in-view. Come to feel energized for your next stretch of this collective journey.

You are here and therefore you and the work you bring forth are necessary. Expand the capacity of your cup, so that more of your joy and wisdom can runneth over.

This Herb + Flow event is happening in partnership with dynamic yoga instructor Erica Robinson. Expect a meditative vinyasa flow curated to soul-dancing music. This class is for all bodies, all people, and all levels. We’ll follow up our flow with nourishing tea by yours truly and time for connection. 

The capacity for the in-person experience is 15 people. There will be ample space between mats for social distancing and excellent air ventilation. We will stream live for those who want to attend virtually.

When: Saturday, Juneteenth (19) | 10:00-11:30am
How much: $25 in-person | $20 virtual
Where: Iwilla Remedy | 2752 East Ponce de Leon Ave, Suite I, Decatur, GA 30030 (red, green, and yellow building sandwiched between the new Publix and First Oriental Market) - No walk-ups. Please purchase your before the event begins.
Why: Because you deserve it

Head here to purchase your ticket!

If purchasing a virtual ticket, the login information to the event will be sent via email before the event begins.

All purchases are final. There will be no refunds or exchanges given for any reason. 

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About Erica Robinson

Erica is a native New Yorker and graduate of Howard University in Washington D.C. She is also a graduate of Laughing Lotus Yoga School and Kane School of Core Integration in NYC. She has studied with many great Vinyasa and Iyengar teachers over the years including Schuyler Grant & Nikki Vilella of Kula Yoga Project in NYC.

Erica teaches a dynamic vinyasa practice where she carefully instructs the integral alignment of each pose, while using creative sequencing and focusing on the breath. In this intelligent vinyasa class, geometry and architecture of each asana are a big part of her instruction, yet there is still time to find the flow and moving meditation often set to a curated musical playlist. Although this class can be challenging, it can also be modified for beginners. Students strengthen the ability to focus and sharpen the mind, while fine tuning awareness, proprioception, intuition, and attention. There is often a fun and philosophical approach. It is always advised that you go at your pace, honor your capabilities, and listen to your body.

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