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[Live Streamed] Virtual Trunk Show with Julia Hollenberg

Jul 24, 2020 @ 6:30 pm

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[Live Streamed] Virtual Trunk Show with Julia Hollenberg - Sangha Yoga

Sangha is partnering with Julia Hollenberg and Noonday Collection to host a virtual trunk show!  Shop global jewelry & accessories to support the dignified jobs and livelihoods of mostly women-artisans around the world.  Twenty-five percent of sales will be donated to the Seattle Foundation’s newly created Black Future Co-op Fund, and 10% of sales will go directly back to support Noonday artisan partners who have been compacted by COVID-19.  We can use our purchasing power for good, and be the co-creators of a more equitable world, all while wearing fabulous accessories!

You may have noticed that Julia always shows up Saturday morning to teach wearing a fabulous pair of earrings – the vast majority of these earrings are from Noonday!  She has been a long-time supporter of this company, and has joined their team as an Ambassador to share the story and mission of noonday, and keep herself in a constant supply of bohemian-meets-earthy-meets-chic-jewelry!

About Noonday Collection

Noonday is a curated collection of jewelry and accessories hand-made by artisans around the world – Ecuador, Ethiopia, Kenya and India to name a few.

“We travel the world to identify artisan entrepreneurs who share our dream of creating meaningful opportunity in vulnerable communities. We design jewelry and accessories in collaboration with talented Artisans, using unique materials and traditional skills to create beautiful, unique jewelry. We develop artisan businesses through fair trade, empowering them to grow sustainably. By connecting artisan businesses to a growing market for their goods, we enable them to create more jobs for people in their communities who need them.”

Read more about Noonday Collection here.

About Black Future Co-op Fund

COVID-19 and its effects have had a disproportionate impact on the Black community, nationwide and in Washington state. The purpose of the Black Future Co-op Fund is to acknowledge the harm that systemic racism has done to the Black community in our state. The Fund will be a collective hub for efforts to eradicate poverty, build generational wealth, preserve Black Culture, and celebrate the incredible resilience of the Black community. It will uplift the Black community across Washington through intentional investments in areas such as health, housing, education, art, criminal justice reform, and civic engagement.

Read more about The Seattle Foundation’s Black Future Co-op Fund.

The Details:

Date: July 24th

Time: 6:30pm PST

What: Join us to hear more about Noonday, stories about their artisan partners, the causes we are supporting, and get style guidance from Julia Hollenberg.

The benefit to you: connect with Sangha community, learning one opportunity to use purchasing power for good, get great accessories for an instant wardrobe lift

The broader benefit: 25% of sales will be donated to the Black Future Co-op Fund, and 10% of sales go directly back to supporting artisan partners around the world impacted by Covid-19.

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84859071283

Can’t make the trunk show but want to support the cause and get some fabulous accessories?  Shop the trunk show anytime using the link below during the month of July and your purchase will go to support the Seattle Black Future Co-Op Fund, as well as artisans around the world.

Shop the trunk show HERE anytime this month!

Thank you for considering joining us for this fun event to support our local and global communities.


About the instructor: Julia Hollenberg

Julia HollenbergJulia is a yoga teacher of 10 years, and a Food + Body Therapist. She is passionate about helping people to reconnect to themselves through movement and mindfulness, and to create a trusting and peaceful relationship to their body.

Julia is an e-RYT 500 and has been teaching since 2009. She completed her training at ISHTA Yoga in New York City with Yogiraj Alan Finger, Sarah Platt Finger, and Jean Koerner. From Julia’s class, expect a well-paced, strong and accessible flow that will tone and balance your physical body, as well as mindfulness practice to increase discipline of your mind and cultivate self-awareness and self-compassion. Additionally, each class is unique – you’ll likely learn something new each session, and you may be balancing on your hands in no time! Julia blends elements of eastern philosophy and western science – particularly neuroscience to anchor her teaching in the modern world. Ultimately, Julia’s aim is to help you move through with world with more grace and ease, and learn to sit with yourself in peace.


Jul 24, 2020
6:30 pm
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Sangha Yoga Seattle
(206) 718-6130
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