New Horizons

The Red Shoes is proud to partner with lululemon's Here to Be program to offer New Horizons


Who Am I Here to Be?

"Myself, My Vulnerability, Everything the World Told Me

I Couldn't Be,

I am here to Be Un-apologetically Me."


 As a Here to Be  partner, The Red Shoes is creating a series of programs that will address inequities in wellness. Our schedule of New Horizons programs will be introduced shortly, as we rebuild our programming after our COVID 19 closure. We are excited to bring healing and wellness to a more diverse population. and we are grateful for this opportunity to focus on access and removing barriers to healthy living.  


Along with lululemon, The Red Shoes believes everyone has the right to be well. Here to Be is lululemon's social impact program. Together with partners, their goal is to disrupt inequity in wellbeing through movement, mindfulness, and advocacy.


"Everyone has the right to be well. We recognize that trauma takes a heavy toll and know that movement and mindfulness practices have the power to support mental, physical, and social wellbeing. Yet, systemic inequities create barriers to access. Here to Be exists to help ensure movement and mindfulness practices are available to those who need it, and advocates for systemic change so that everyone can be well."


- lululemon

The New Horizons program at The Red Shoes is sponsored in partnership with lululemon.

Dynamic Flow Yoga
Mondays    Weekly     

Beginning  July 26

5:30-6:30 pm


Immerse yourself in positive vibes, in a multi-level Dynamic Flow yoga class that incorporates elements of Ashtanga Vinyasa and meticulously curated world music playlists. Under the guidance of certified instructor Uyuho Eduok, you will be encouraged to set personal intentions with the aim of mindfulness throughout practice, always striving for balance, strength, clarity and bliss. 

Facilitated by Uyuho (YuYu) Eduok, RYT 200, who believes in practicing the eight limbs of Yoga both on and off the mat. Having personally experienced the powerful benefits of Yoga, Uyuho considers herself blessed to lead others as they embark upon and embrace their own journeys. 


 Suggested Minimum Donation $5


Release, Restore & Rest Experience

4 Saturdays

 July 31                10:00am-12pm

 August 14           10:00-11:30am

 August 28           10:00-11:30am

 September 11     10:00-11:30am


Ready to begin or strengthen your yoga practice in an inclusive environment? Join this 2-hour experience, where we will begin with an accessible deep-stretch practice to help release tension and build our mind-body-spirit connections. We will transition to fully-supported restorative poses to restore our inner peace. We will end our poses with yoga Nidra (yogic sleep) as we acknowledge our inner unity and bliss. 


Our practice will conclude with journaling and an open discussion about our Release, Restore & Rest Experience, strengthening our personal yoga practice, and BIPOC inclusivity within the yoga and wellness community.


Beginners are encouraged to attend. Props will be provided to help make poses accessible to all and to allow you to really sink deeply into relaxation and rest. Feel free to bring your own props and a journal with you.


Facilitated by Danielle Pennywell, e-RYT200, with over 4 years of teaching experience and almost 20 years of yoga practice. She received her 200-hour training at Louisiana Yoga School and is currently working toward her 500-hour yoga teacher certification through ULU. She has a true passion and love for teaching yoga. Danielle is a lifelong sibling, a newlywed, the mom of two amazing sons, a devoted daughter, and a friend to many. In addition to serving her students and community, she enjoys spending time with her husband, sons, family, and friends. Hanging in nature is another favorite pastime for her.

  Suggested Minimum Donation $5