Freedom Flow

February 23, 2024

About This Event

“The point of yoga is to get us free; we cannot get free, healed or whole disembodied or by ourselves.”

Designed and led by Stephon JB, this practice carves out space for practitioners to explore layers where we are most embodied. This practice begins with contemplation and reflection, offering space to think things over, before moving into a steady, upbeat vinyasa flow. Deeply rooted in loving-kindness practice and orientation toward doing justice, Freedom Flow empowers us to believe a new world is possible.

This class is open to everyone, so be sure to share with friends, family, and colleagues!

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About the Presenter

Stephon J. Bradberry, M.A, RYT-200, a dynamic educator, justice advocate, and wellness facilitator is here to help us reckon with ourselves and each other. Undergirding all of his work is a deep calling by the divine. Through this practice, Stephon is working to get people free, in-touch with the Holy of Holies deeply rooted inside all. Combining the traditional roots of yoga and his expansive faith tradition, Stephon’s offerings provide space to explore layers where folxs are most free, healed, and whole. Stephon holds a Master of Arts in Political Communication From The American University and Bachelors of Science in Integrative Studies from The University of North Texas.

Through his work as a published writer, scholar, teacher, and equity advocate, whether in higher education, consulting, or legislative affairs, Stephon’s mission is to help us rethink our relationship to ourselves and each other. Stephon is the founder of SJ Bradberry LLC and chief executive of the LifeWell Enterprises Ecosystem home of Freedom Flow Yoga and The Black Folxs Wellness Collective, a dc-based organization, dedicated to providing space for Black folxs to be well. Deeply rooted in a lovingkindness ethic, Stephon believes through daily practice of radical community care we can transform our neighborhoods, states, nation, and world.

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