For the past year, my daughter has spent her Sunday mornings participating in the coolest fitness-slash-feel good classes at our local ivivva store. Sometimes they have yoga class, others it is rhythmic gymnastics, and a few weeks ago they organized a father / daughter spin at a local cycle studio. Not only is it fun, but I soon realized what a positive impact it made on the rest of her week and was a nice way for her to prepare for the chaos of Monday morning.
That’s why the minute I heard about the ivivva Coast to Coast Summer Festival for girls ages 6 – 12, I signed Kiddo up immediately. I’ve only had the most amazing experience with ivivva and I love how they have a goal of connecting girls through movement which in turn will inspire them to dream big. So when and where are these festivals? ivivva communities throughout North America will be hosting festivals between June 17 – July 23 in Boston, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Festival events are free admission; and while supplies last, the ivivva Coast to Coast Summer Festival is offering an exclusive tank available at registration and for sale at the event.
In addition to yoga with Cristi Christensen + inspiration from GirlUp ambassador Morgan Park, festival goers will enjoy tribal marker artist, photobooth, flash mob & DJ, and many other surprises (including an appearance by youtube singer / songwriter, Koda Corvette!)
There are still a few festival passes left! Come celebrate with us by registering and learning more at www.ivivvasummerfestival.com
What is ivivva?
Created by lululemon, ivivva (pronounced ih-vee-vah) celebrates girls by designing beautiful, technical athletic wear (in sizes 6-14) and experiences that connect them through movement. From running and yoga to dance and goal-setting, ivivva stores offer a variety of complimentary athletic classes and Dreams & Goals programs that inspire girls to dream big.
Photo credits: Nicole Standley
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