Girls Night In:


Every 2ND Thursday of Each Month

with Erica Bray

Cost: $25 pre-registration / $30 at the door


Thursday May 9th, 2019

6:30 PM - 8 PM

*NEW attendees are welcome!*

Take a well-deserved pause for YOU. This monthly “Girls Night” offers a serene and supportive space designed to foster relaxation, reflection and mindful dialogue around a theme relevant to our lives as women. Turn off the digital devices and join this in-person experience to get back to basics while finding support and connection in a community of women.

THEME FOR MAY: Honoring our mothers

We are all mothering something - but there are certain women in our lives who have taught us, inspired us and are perhaps embodied within us today. Let's take time to honor these special women, those alive and alive in spirit, and how they manifest in our lives.

The supportive practice includes:

  • Guided Meditation

  • Time to write a LOVE LETTER to the mother figure(s) in your life

  • Circle share to tap the wisdom, memories and lessons of attendees

All female-identifying individuals are welcome to attend. Bring a friend! No meditation experience or prior participation is required.

Erica Bray

Erica Bray

Erica Bray is a yoga and meditation teacher dedicated to helping people lead healthier lives. Expect her classes to be playful, thoughtful and challenging. Erica is a graduate of Northwestern University (B.S., M.S.) and Moksha Yoga Center (CYT) with over 1,000 hours of specialized training. She is a qualified Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) meditation teacher through UMass Medical School and wellness coach through The Mayo Clinic. She's taught at Northwestern University and DePaul University and speaks regularly on panels for the Fertility Centers for Illinois (FCI). Following a life-shifting sabbatical across Nepal, India, Thailand and Bali to study yoga and meditation, including time at an ashram, Erica left a 20-year global executive career in media and marketing to empower others with mindfulness practices to reduce stress and improve mind-body and social health.