city salutations

1291419_10152187241598696_1393109280_oI’m a huge fan of Flavorpill’s. As you may be able to tell by the frequency of re-tweeting I do of all of their events.  Flavorpill Media is THE network to consult when looking something cultural to do in NYC (and now expanding globally).  A few weeks ago, Flavorpill hosted their 1st of 3 City  Salutations events in Brooklyn Bridge Park. It was a much needed afternoon of stretching and loosening my stiff body from my long run the day before.

Geared with complimentary yoga mats, Kind bars and water courtesy of EmblemHealth, we were ready for a a much needed afternoon of stretching and loosening my stiff body from my long run the day before.  Our 3 part series of connecting our bodies and our souls to the energy of the earth, began with Tai Chi to warm our bodies up followed by a very fun African Dance session accompanied by great African drummers to help loosen our bodies and finally a much needed yoga session to stretch our bodies out.  The afternoon flew by as it was anchored with a great DJ that played an eclectic set of hip hop and classic rock chill music.


The final of the 3 sessions is this weekend September 28th at MoMa’s PS1.  To RSVP, please sign up here on

For more pictures like the one above from their City Salutations events,  check out Flavorpill’s Facebook page

About cara protzko

A wanderlust at heart, I believe there is no better city to explore than NYC. With so much culture to experience, both old and new, my mission is to share my under the radar findings to enhance the experiences of the locals and the full-time NYC wanderers. I want my experiences and this blog be your go-to place for insider tips as you travel and explore this great city.
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