Ocean City Today

Third annual Yogivibez Fest at Seacrets this Saturday

By Kara Hallissey | Jul 27, 2017

(July 28, 2017) Wind down from the busy summer grind with Dance Flow and AcroYoga classes during the third annual Yogivibez Fest on Saturday, July 29, from 9 a.m. to noon at Seacrets on 49th Street.

The event begins with an AcroYoga class led by Asana Root’s Kelly Marburger and Eric Sipes on the Seacrets beach from 9-10 a.m., which blends the practices of yoga, acrobatics and therapeutics. Participants will connect with others while also learning about alignment and themselves. No partner is necessary.

“This year is a bit different with the first class on the beach and the other inside the nightclub,” said Seacrets Marketing Manager Jackie Miller. “The instructors are renowned and knowledgeable. It’s new, fun and we have a few surprises in store. You can be a beginner or an expert and it’s open to all skill levels.”

Following at 10:30 a.m., Dance Flow Yoga with Dawn Ehman, Kate Grove and Charlie Bauer will take place inside the Morley Hall nightclub until noon. DJ JJ Roth will spin the dance music during the dynamic yoga class where participants groove to the beat.

“It’s something new and different,” said Ehman, Yogivibez coordinator and creator. “Very energetic, high-energy and a different vibe then taking a class in a studio or on the beach.”

Each class costs $35 individually or $60 for both, which will also include a light breakfast, a drink, swag bag filled with goodies and exclusive access to yoga, boutique and wellness vendors.

Event sponsors will have booths set up to purchase merchandise and provide information at the 49th Street venue, including Ish Boutique, Happy Trunk, Isagenix, Sunrise Paddleboards, BomShell Boutique and Lululemon.

New mats can be purchased from Yoloha yoga mats and Real Raw Organics will have Kombucha and acai bowls.

In addition, local businesses Evolve Paddle Boards, Coastal Coffee Roasting and Yogavibez will be in attendance.

Ehman owns Yogavibez on Route 50 in West Ocean City and the goal was to bring a huge yoga event to the area, which has two unique yoga classes this year. Yogivibez featured MC Yogi the last couple of years, but he was not available this weekend and may be back for future events, she said.

All proceeds will benefit the Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health Outpatient Unit in Salisbury at Peninsula Regional Medical Center.

Register at www.seacretsboutique.com/tickets to guarantee a spot or stop by Seacrets or Yogavibez. Participants must be 8 years of age or older. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. More than 120 people attended the 2016 event.

Call Ehman at 443-865-3109 or Seacrets at 410-524-4900 for information.

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