Join Neighborhood Ambassador Amina Daniels for a FREE MoGo ride to the 36th Annual African World Festival at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. The ride will have three stops and you're welcome to "hop on" at any stop.
Starting riders will meet at the Atwater & Orleans station at the south end of the Dequindre Cut at 11:30am!
Start (11:45am) - Depart Atwater & Orleans.
Stop 1 (roughly 12pm) - Russell & Wilkins station in Eastern Market.
Stop 2 (roughly 12:20pm) - John R. & E. Canfield
Finish (roughly 12:45pm) - John R. & Farnsworth
The ride is roughly 3.5 miles long and will go at a leisurely pace. We encourage all riders to wear/bring a helmet.
LCD Hot addresses the growing demand for hot yoga, total body resistance exercise (TRX), and strength training in Detroit. To celebrate LCD Hot’s grand opening, free drop-in pilates, sculpt-lates, pre-natal pilates, ashtanga and vinyasa yoga classes will be offered at various times during opening weekend.
The benefits of hot yoga include strengthening the heart, cleansing impurities from the body, and regulating metabolisms and the immune system.
Opening Weekend Schedule + Following weeks
8:30am Hot Vinyasa w/Diandra (60min)
11:00am Mat Pilates w/Allison(50min)
5:30pm Blend or Slow Burn Yoga w/TBD (60min)
7:15pm Restorative Yoga + Nidra w/Megan (75min)
Saturday (Athleta On-Site!)
8:00am Hot Vinyasa w/Erin (60min)
10:00am Mat Pilates w/Emily (50min)
11:00am Mat Pilates w/Emily (50min)
12:30pm Vinyasa or Slow Burn TBD (60min)
8:30am Hot Vinyasa w/Megan (60min)
9:45am Hot Vinyasa w/Drew (60min)
11:00am Pre/Post-Natal Pilates w/Emily (75min)
5:30pm Yin Yoga w/Megan
Select and adapt self-care practices for your unique needs. In a world where we are swimming in posts about #selfcare, discernment is key. How can you decide what aspects of your Self truly need your care? In this interactive session we will introduce the yogic concept of the Koshas (the five layers of our being) as a tool for self-assessment and fine tuning our practices. We will explore our sense of balance at the level of each kosha using gentle yoga, breathwork, guided meditation, conversation and journaling. By refining our approach to self-care we enhance our most subtle Kosha, the bliss body - our sense of innate joy and connection.
Malaika Brooks-Smith-Lowe is an Advanced Teacher of Therapeutic Yoga (CYT500), Full Circle Doula and Visual Artist. She is a Professional Yoga Therapist in-training and cofounder of Spice Harmony Yoga in Grenada, Caribbean. Malaika works alongside her parents and fellow yoga teachers Kecia Brooks-Smith-Lowe and Ferron Lowe. Their studio, the only one outside of Grenada’s tourist district, serves a diverse community and offers classes at both the national prison and juvenile rehabilitation center.
Malaika offers healing sessions internationally including in The United States, England, Mexico, Peru, Trinidad & Tobago and Jamaica.
Whether she’s hosting classes, working with individual clients or leading retreats, Malaika takes a creative approach to curating her offerings. With a BA from Smith College in Studio Art and an MA in Cultural Studies from University of the West Indies her photography, film and mixed-media work has been internationally exhibited. At the heart of Malaika’s work, in both the creative and healing arts, is an understanding that individual transformation is deeply connected to collective change and social justice. www.malaikabsl.com
As you may know, I am a proud board member of Playworks Michigan, which is the leading national nonprofit leveraging the power of play to transform children’s social and emotional health. We create a place for every kid on the playground to feel included, be active, and build valuable skills. This school year alone, we will reach nearly 17,000 children! However, in order to provide our vital programming we rely on the support and generosity from our community. With that in mind, I would like to invite you to join us for a gathering on April 26th to learn more about our work and the important role we play in the lives of children. Complete details about the event and a link to register are included on the attached invitation.
I hope to see you there! Thanks!
Celebrating Years of changing Statistics For Women of Color in Business
Join us for a cycling session during the Y.A.B. Anniversary Weekend (cheers to 6 years)! As much as we need to change the projected image of women, especially women of color, in business, we also need to change the perception of self-care.
Early Bird $195 by February 28, 2018.
$250 after the 28th.
LCD will be joined by West Coast instructor, Angela B. Turner, a Senior Instructor at Pedal Spin Studio for an LCD Certification program that will provide the foundation for structuring and leading an indoor cycling class including:
- Bike set-up
- Heartrate monitoring and zones
- Ride structure
- Music selection and cadence building
- and queing
- Enhance your overall ability and technique to attract riders and build clientele
Who should attend:
- Anyone looking to teach Spin classes at LCD (no need for existing certifications)
- Fitness Enthusiasts looking to learn more
- Existing spin instructors looking to enhance your offering
- Students looking to break into group fitness and spin instruction
Under Armour will be taking over the Live Cycle Delight studio, offering givaways, discounts, promos and more.
Join us Satutrday, November 18th for another Sweat & Sip social fitness trap ride. $20. The first 10 participants to sign-up will be entered in the raffle to win an Under Armour giveaway and receive a special bounce-back promotion card to use in-store starting 11/19/17
Live Cycle Delight
8019 Agnes Street, Detroit, MI 48214