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What better way to channel your inner zen than amongst thousands of other New Yorkers at the center of the city? Well you can do just that on June 21st for the annual Solstice in Times Square: Mind Over Madness Yoga event where you can enjoy free yoga classes all day long, taught by experienced instructors. Read on to check out the complete schedule as well as how to register for some of these awesome yoga classes.
Solstice in Times Square: Mind Over Madness Yoga Presented by Aerie Schedule
7:30am – 8:30am: Douglass Stewart
9:30am – 10:30am: Sarah Finger
11:30am – 12:30am: #AerieREAL Empowered Flow with Catherine Gignac
1:30pm – 2:30pm: Bikram Yoga with Jen Lobo and Donna Rubin
3:30pm – 4:30pm: Aditi Shah and Rachel Cohen
5:30pm – 6:30pm: Colleen Saidman Yee and Rodney Yee
7:30pm – 8:30pm: LUNA Deep House Yoga with Lauren Taus and DJ Tasha Blank
While you register, please consider donating to Bent on Learning or Exhale to Inhale, our two NYC-based yoga-related charity partners. Since all Solstice classes are free, consider a donation equal to the amount you would normally pay for a yoga class (ex. $25, $15, $10).
Join the conversation at #SolsticeTSq and mention us @TimesSquareNYC.
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The start of spring has out and about more often as we soak in those sunshine vibes. This time also inspires us to get involved in more outdoor activities, like biking, and if you’re in the need for a new bicycle we have two cool new options for you from Sanitov Studio. They recently launched a really cool e-cargo bike called the “movE” and a single-speed bicycle called “speeD.”
Founded in 2009 by Danish designer, Alexander Host, Sanitov is rooted in the world of design, which is prevalent in the functionality and minimalism of the movE and the speeD bikes. While they offer two different types of mobility, together they redefine what urban mobility is.
For moveE, this innovative bike has been developed over a six-year period that is back-loaded and has a concealed, electric motor to assist the user as he/she moves about in the city. The backloaded design – which is also inspired from a classic Chinese load-bike predating the Cultural Revolution – improves navigation and makes it possible to transport heavy goods and even children. movE also has a low turning radius ensures easy and intuitive navigation while the back-loaded design makes navigation safer. The bike has the lowest turning radius on the market.An optional GPS tracker is available for the movE (scheduled for November 2017), which can be super helpful for get around a city as well as to offer a piece of mind with the concern of theft.
As for the speeD bike, you’ll find an awesome single-speed bike designed with the modern urban dweller in mind. Its simple design and features means that it is easy to maintain, while its clean lines ensure that the owner looks stylish as he/she moves about in the city. The frame is made from high-quality CR-MO steel, making for a stylish but sturdy ride. The 2017 version does not yet feature Sanitov’s GPS chip. However, this is being incorporated in future generations and will be ready for spring 2018.
Check out even more about these innovative bikes in the video, below:
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