Friday, May 29, 2020 at noon Yoganic Flow Founder, Kerrie Trahan will be discussing community yoga in public spaces during COVID-19 with the Detroit Department of Health, Chief Public Health Officer, Ms. Denise Fair on the City of Detroit Instagram live page: @cityofdetroit
So if you attend any Yoganic Flow outdoor community yoga classes at Palmer Park, Eastern Market or Eliza Howell Park and have questions about practicing outdoor yoga with other people, Social Distancing and staying safe in public parks we invite you to Join the conversation with any questions.
Practice yoga with with the #YoganicFlow team virtually every week:
1. Follow us on Instagram: @YoganicFlow
2. Join a class:
Monday, 6-7pm on Instagram LIVE with @ClaireAmin
Wednesday, 6-7pm on Instagram LIVE with @YourFavYogi
Saturday, 9-10am on Instagram and Facebook LIVE with @KerrieTrahan
3. Donations welcomed: $YoganicFlow
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Kerrie Trahan is a yoga enthusiast and the owner of Yoganic Flow, a community yoga studio. For Trahan, yoga was something she did every now and then until she moved to Yeosu, South Korea. While there, the practice helped the 35-year-old with depression and anxiety after the sudden loss of her father in 2006. Six years later, she started her studio, which offers community yoga classes in metropolitan Detroit.
Rolling out spoke with Trahan about her organization and yoga advocacy.
Sidewalk Detroit is a non-profit assembled of creatives who are working to celebrate life in Detroit through public space and experience design. Since 2018, Sidewalk Detroit has made it possible for Yoganic Flow to bring an all-levels yoga class to Eliza Howell Park. Every summer, Sidewalk Detroit brings family-friendly programming, like concerts, African dance and yoga!
Make space to de-stress and feel good this year with yoga! If you’ve been coming to Palmer Park on Saturdays, try adding another community class to your schedule this year. If you haven’t come to class in a while, no worries! You’re always welcomed back to the mat. I’m writing to you on the first day of the year, to encourage you to meet your 2020 yoga goals by letting you know:
Recent research indicates that those who practice yoga regularly reap measureable physical and mental rewards!