Yo Yo Yoga!!! Memorial Day Flow! Featuring Datza & Kadeejah Streets

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Yo yo yo! We're back! As some may remember we used do a live DJ/Yoga thing a few years ago at the Shameless Social at ETG. We have found a new venue and we're looking forward to bringing Yo Yo Yoga back to our community.

This time we will be practicing open air style at Monkey Loft, on the beautiful rooftop deck!

Datza Uldrike and Kadeejah Streets will work together to guide you through an invigorating fun Vinyasa Flow done to a killer soundtrack that will enhance each moment!

All Levels welcome, Bring a Yoga mat, water and towel.

FREE ENTRY TO SHAMELESS PRODUCTIONS DAY PARTY AFTER YOGA!!!

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Datza Uldrike : Our fearless Yoga leader

Datza was introduced to yoga more than 10 years ago when she moved to Seattle from Riga, Latvia. With her background in dance and fitness, she developed a natural love for the asana practice and it grew into desire to teach. Datza is 200RYT graduate from Samadhi Yoga. In her classes, Datza strives to blend her love of music and movement with playful, yet challenging and creative sequencing. She encourages students to find inner connections of body, mind and soul and to take it what they learn on the yoga mat and apply it into all areas of life. “If you want something in your life that you've never had, you’ll have to do something you’ve never done.” JD Houston.

Kadeejah Streets (Eddie) : Yoga Beats Master

Little known to many, long before the dirty womp infected his brain, it was Mr. Streets' introduction to - and love affair with - the disco sound that saved him from himself…

Following his tour of duty in Vietnam in the late 60's, Streets, disillusioned and alone, his Technicolor American dream shattered, drifted from city to city, making and breaking friendships in days over the most trivial matters such as, "Who the f$#@ got into my Choco Crunch!?" Eventually he made for the NYC where he found himself at home among the gay, black and Latino communities. It was here that he first encountered what was later to be popularly defined as 'disco.'

"I'll never forget it," he once said. "Had I not accepted my friend's invitation to check out this joint called the 'Paradise Garage,' my life wouldn't have been the same, man. That first night I felt like I was rising to a higher state of consciousness. We were all one." Mr. Streets has kept on rising ever since.

https://soundcloud.com/kadeejah-streets

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And then stick around and dance the afternoon away at the Memorial Day Hijinks party brought to you by Shameless Productions...
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