Celebrate the 50th Annual Flower Day at Detroit Mercantile with a pop-up coffee and bonbon garden featuring Drifter Coffee (Drifter-in the adorable little two-tone trailer) Bon bon bon (local confectioners extraordinaire) and outdoor yoga provided by Yoganic Flow on green grass. We hope you’ll stop by and namaste all day.
Yoganic Flow outdoor yoga classes will be held this summer, on Saturday mornings May 21-August 27, 2016 from 9:00-10:00am. These classes are for ALL skill levels. The classes are provided at no-cost to the community. Join us on the Lawn near Splash Park parking lot, in front of the community garden.
Bring your own mat or towel and wear comfortable clothing so you can move freely. We will add extra Saturday morning classes in September to make up for classes cancelled due to rain. Check our social media (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter) 1 hour before class to learn if class is cancelled or not due to weather conditions. You can also follow the People for Palmer Park on Facebook for weather updates each week.
To attend our classes at the Rec Centers please click HERE for our full schedule. Any questions?? Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sit in silence.
Clear your mind.
Trust your intuition.
Set your conscious free.
Be gentle in your expression of truth.
You don’t have every answer.
Guide yourself with courage.
The wisdom is in your soul.
In 2015, Yoganic Flow teamed up with Healthy Detroit to expand our yoga program at the Detroit Recreation Department. We added Adams Butzel Recreation Center to our class schedule to offer yoga as a healing modality on the Westside of the city.
Yoga classes are offered at Adams Butzel EVERY THURSDAY 6:00-7:00pm
In 2015, Yoganic Flow teamed up with Healthy Detroit to expand our yoga program at the Detroit Recreation Department. We added Farwell Recreation Center to our class schedule to offer yoga as a healing modality on the Eastside of the city.
Yoga classes are offered at Farwell EVERY WEDNESDAY 6:00-7:00pm
To join our yoga community at Farwell Recreation Center:
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Yoganic Flow: email@example.com
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