Come and jamm with us!

Date & Time

Sunday, January 27, 2019
11:00 AM


Arts Incubator | 301 E Garfield Blvd., Chicago, IL 60637


Free (Suggested Donation of $10)


Join us for kids jamm: Family Yoga at the Arts Incubator.

kids jamm: Weekly Family Yoga Class
SUNDAYS: 11:00 AM–12:00 PM
Arts Incubator (301 E Garfield Blvd) | FREE

Instructor: Nubia Henderson
Suggested Donation: $10 | No one turned away due to lack of funds

-Every 1st Sunday features a mindful art-based yoga activity.
-Every 2nd Sunday after family yoga, we will hold Post-Partum discussions led by Tameka Grant of Restored Hope.
-Every 3rd Sunday will center on community support for Teen Moms. All are welcome.
-Every 4th Sunday, Burst Into Books will host Storytime Yoga.
-Sunday, March 31st will be a special yoga class led by Shakta Khalsa of Radiant Child Yoga and the Children’s Yoga Level 1-3 trainees.

kids jamm is family yoga class where caregivers and children explore the mind-body connection together. Cultivate moments of calm and create loving energy through music and movement in community with other families. Your kiddos will innately pick up on your cool vibes.

Mats are provided. Dress for movement, bare your feet and feel free to bring your favorite instrument and a bottle of water.

About the instructor:
Nubia Henderson is a certified youth yoga instructor who loves to dance and practice mindfulness with her darling daughter, Zahara. As a parent-child mindfulness educator, Nubia cultivates spaces encouraging family practice and child exploration. She uses a passionate, child-centered approach combined with music and movement to keep children engaged. Through signature classes, she shares prescriptive techniques that deliver results for active children and busy parents in three minutes or less. Her goal is to inspire families to understand yoga beyond the poses and use it as a tool in their daily lives. Learn more at

Questions? Contact Nikki Patin at or call 773.263.7003.

Arts + Public Life, an initiative of UChicago Arts, builds creative connections on Chicago's South Side through artist residencies, arts education, and artist-led projects and events. We envision a robust, collaborative, and meaningful relationship between the University of Chicago and the South Side's vibrant civic, cultural, and artistic communities. Learn more at: