After the big Slo 'Mo five year anniversary celebration, cool down with sexy yoga by our favorite instructor Lauren Ash at the next class in our Slo 'Mo Sundays series. If you're not into a lot of up and down, around and around action, this yoga class is for you. We'll take it nice and slow with our yoga flow, as well as the music. Lauren's playlist will feature some lazy, taking-their time artists like Frank Ocean, for example. (Sigh. We love you Frank! We kid). No prior yoga experience is required to enjoy this class. Groove into your week off right with community and treat your body right! This class is a sure fire sell out so buy tickets in advance. BRING YOUR OWN MAT! 

About Lauren: Lauren Ash is the Founder and Creative Director of Black Girl In Om, a lifestyle brand focused on cultivating holistic wellness, inner beauty, and self empowerment for women of color. She is also a certified yoga instructor, wellness curator, and creative writer. She is passionate about building authentic and meaningful community amongst women of color, people of color more broadly, and creatives and inspiring all people to live by their intentions and chase after their curiosities with enthusiasm, faith, and vision.

Lauren’s work has been published in Design*Sponge, Blavity, and she has recently been featured in Teen Vogue, New York Magazine, and is currently loving all things sports luxe, red wine, travel, and her monthly black joy centered day party she co-founded: Party Noire.

Slow jams for homos (and their fans) is Chicago's party for lovers with Kristen Kaza and DJs Tess and Audio Jack, spinning R&B, soul, hip hop, jazz and funk from the seventies to today including: Sade, Anita Baker, Stevie Wonder, Lauryn Hill, D’Angelo, Teena Marie, Earth, Wind & Fire, Janet Jackson, Aaliyah, and more. Slo ‘Mo is a party that unites people of all identities, bodies and expressions through the celebration of slow jams and community and is the recipient of several Best Dance Party awards from: Chicago Reader, Time Out Chicago, Chicagoist and Chicago Magazine.

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