VIRTUAL FRIDAY NIGHT OUT
It’s been a long week (and year). We could all benefit from a little kindness and connection right now. We’ve created a virtual Friday Night Out for you that includes a free yoga class, a virtual art show featuring new works from artists like Dave Navarro and then a free, advanced screening of the powerful new documentary The Antidote which shares stories that show kindness and community can change the world (our team loved it). It’s exactly the kind of night we need right now.
SEATS FOR FREE VIRTUAL SCREENING ARE LIMITED
SO RESERVE YOURS USING THE FORM BELOW!
When our team saw The Antidote, we were so moved and inspired. We thought – these are the kind of stories we need to see and celebrate right now. The filmmakers have allowed us to hold a virtual advance screening. A limited number of free seats are available, so reserve yours now. Look out for an email link in your inbox prior to the film and we’ll see you at 6 pm PT / 9 pm ET.
LOVE IS LOUDER SWEATFEST WITH RYAN HEFFINGTON
Throughout 2020 and the pandemic, award-winning choreographer Ryan Heffington (Sia’s “Chandelier” and Netflix’s OA) has been bringing thousands of people together to move, connect, destress and recharge through live dance experiences accessible to anyone and filled with love, laughter and unity.
On Sunday, October 11th, Ryan will be leading a Love is Louder SWEATFEST on our Instagram Live (@loveislouder). It’s free and all are welcome, so take a break from the challenges of this moment and join us for a celebration of resilience, movement and connection.
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