FlowJam 2018

June 15, 2018 - 08:00 AM

Book Event
160 USD

Booking of FlowJam 2018 (June 15, 2018)

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FlowJam 5 Day Passes + Youth Tickets Are On Sale!

Buy a day pass or youth ticket for Friday, Saturday or Sunday for only $90

Can’t join us for the whole weekend? No worries. Let us know which day you want to attend and fill out this form to get your day ticket.

Kids 0-13 attend free and 14-19 are considered youth and attend for only $90 as well. Please fill this form out if you are bringing a child or are a youth attending FlowJam 5.

KIDS/YOUTH TICKETS Go here so we know more about your child and/or you can purchase your youth ticket directly.

June 15-17th, 2018 

Click “Book Event” above to reserve your spot
ADDRESS: 40371 Quarter Branch Rd, Lovettsville VA 

**EB & Tier 1 Tickets include a 4 door vehicle pass**

RVs are $30 extra `~ email winedownyoga@gmail.com with subject “FlowJam 5: RV Ticket”


TIER 2 TICKETS ON SALE: May 14th – June 11th : $150 + fees

WEEK OF TICKETS: On sale June 11th $170 + fees


Kids 13 and under attend FREE

DAY PASSES CLICK HERE: Choose Friday, Saturday or Sunday

YOUTH + CHILD TICKETS CLICK HERE  (0-13 are free, but we need some info from you! Please go to this form if you are planning to bring a child or are a youth planning to attend 0-19 years)

**You will be required to fill in a brief form so we have more information about your child and what day you’ll be attending the festival**

Get Involved! 

Applications still open on a rolling basis for…




Rolling applications for MUSIC/TALENT: CLICK HERE

The best way to stay connected is to join our newsletter, follow us on social media @winedownyoga and get on our FB event page!

Flow Jam Final


We hosted numerous Pre-Jam events leading up to the big day, where we bring 2018 bands, artists, healers together — check them out below.


January 13th January Jam with Mateo Monk and Wynne Paris
April 28th Plant the Seed Jam on Oak Meadow Farm
May 5th: 5.5.5 Jam — Richmond, VA 


Livity Foods
Della Terra
Nonnie’s Nectar
doTERRA Essential Oils 
Got Your Back Foundation


Artisan Hill Farm is a sustainable family owned farm located a mile north of Purcellville Virginia in Loudoun County Virginia. Offering gluten free baked goods & plant based dishes to keep you energized throughout the day at FlowJam!

Artisan-Hill-Farm2Green Panther Chef is ushering in a new era of edible events. We’re chefs and caterers who bring a unique and amazing dining experience to your very own home or event venue. CBD is the non active ingredient in the marijuana plant, it is not the THC. Learn about the healing benefits of CBD here.

CBD benefits including acting in some experimental models as an anti-inflammatory, anticonvulsant, antioxidant, antiemetic, anxiolytic and antipsychotic agent, and is therefore a potential medicine for the treatment of neuroinflammation, epilepsy, oxidative injury, vomiting and nausea, anxiety and schizophrenia.

Sample Menu From Green Panther Chef: 

– Southern “Fried” Chicken and Waffles with Maple Drizzle

– “Roasted” Ratatouille.

– Orecchiette Rasta Pasta

– Seafood Cioppino with Garlic Toast

– Blistered Indian Eggplant with Harissa and Wild Rice Pilaf

Appetizers and Passed Hor d oeuvres:

– Watercress & Radidacco salad with Bleu Cheese and “roasted” walnut dressing

– Mini Hamburger with Caramelized Onion and Casino Butter

– Mini Portobello Mushroom Slider with Roasted Beet and Goat Cheese

– Fried Green Tomato with Goat Cheese Spread .

– Mini Lobster Roll


– Classic Brownie dipped in Ganache

– Sweet Swirl Bread Pudding

– Apple Pie with Ganga Green Tea Ice Cream

– Bananas Foster with Shortbread

– Vanilla Crème Brulée

AT THE FESTIVAL: You’ll have access to massage therapists, Reiki Masters, Shamans, Sound Healers and more offering their services to the community for a set price, or for free. There will be healthy and hearty food vendors there, but you’re also welcome to pack a cooler. Please follow our packing guidelines.

WHAT NOT TO BRING:  ** THIS IS A SUSTAINABLE EVENT** Please no styrofoam and please limit your use of plastic; bring a re-usable water bottle and plate/dish ware if you’re making you’re own food. The event takes place on a new farm in Lovettsville, VA housing cows, we require all in attendance to respect the land and our neighbors. Everything you bring in you bring out. This is a leave no trace event. Oh and, no fireworks please.

ARE THERE DAY PASSES? YES! There will be day passes on sale in May

KIDS TICKETS? YES! This is a kid friendly event & and children 13 and under are FREE. 14-18 tickets are $90 (same as day passes). These will be on sale in May with a short form to fill out about your child.

HOUSING: This is a camping & RV only event. Not a camper? Check out Airbnb’s & Bed & Breakfasts in the area. Search in Western Loudoun County, VA. We are partnering with B&Bs in the area, please check out this link.

TRANSPORT? We may provide a bus depending on interest for an added charge paid to the bus driver, last year it was $50 each way from D.C. Uber & Lyft are also good options. We will also have a carpool page leading up to the event, make sure you’re on the FB event group.

WHAT’S INCLUDED? 3 day camping pass to the festival (open to arrive by Friday June 15th 8am), access to live music, yoga, ecstatic dance, vendors, geodesic healing & AcroYoga dome, and entrance to most workshops (for special add-ons check the schedule)

Well water to re-fill your water bottle


Camping equipment & food
Select workshops & offerings

NO, but you can exchange them with friends or online via our FB event page

Please fill out the vendor form above if you would like to sell your services or products at FlowJam 5. We are taking submissions on a rolling basis, and prices increase $50 after May 1st.

Applications close June 1st.

Volunteers are the backbone of FlowJam and we can’t do it without a strong team putting in the work before, during and after the festival is over.

Depending on your level of commitment, we can offer you a free or discounted ticket in exchange for your support with this festival. We require 16 hours of volunteering for a free ticket, and 8 for 50% off ($80). Volunteering includes everything from support promoting at community events, networking with flyers to hands on building before, during and after the festival.


We’re happy to offer early bird tickets at the rate of $120 to all of our theme campers, please ask your camp lead if you’re with Camp Contact about this, as well as Pie Pedals.

To learn more about our theme camps, or bringing yours, email winedownyoga@gmail.com with “THEME CAMPS FLOWJAM 5” in the subject line. 

EB and Tier 1 tickets include parking. $10 for day/weekend if you reserve your ticket the week of/day of the event.

FRIDAY 6/23: Day 1
Yoga & Healing Workshops

11am-4pm **Kids yoga and activities on the lawn/creek**
Leave your kids with our childcare team who will facilitate kids activities while you relax in class or soak in the musical vibes

11:30am Create Self-Care Magic with Gracy Obuchowicz
12:30-1:30 BREAK FOR LUNCH
1:45pm Pranayama & Sound healing with Dante
3:00pm Feel Good Flow with Lobo Marino & Rebecca Elsen
4:45pm Kundalini Yoga with Stuart Hill
5pm Radical Healing: We are All Energetic Beings with Adrianne Burke
6pm Shaktivating with Yuli in the Dome (Women’s Gathering)
6:30pm Increase Your Vibration Flow with Jessica Lin
8:30pm Cacao Ceremony & Ecstatic Dance in Dome with Atticus + DJ in the healing Dome


Friday 6/23 Day 1

Music Line up

3:00pm Edy Blu (Solo)
5pm Woven Green
5:30pm Dave Mascatello and Kendall Krishna
7pm Travis Knapp
8:00pm Lobo Marino
9:00 Wynne Paris & Company
10:30pm DJ Flow with DJ Nerio & DJ EquaniSeung

Saturday 6/24: Day 2
Yoga & Healing Workshops

11am-4pm **Kids yoga and activities on the lawn/creek**

Leave your kids with our childcare team who will facilitate kids activities while you relax in class, fuel your mind in a workshop or soak in the musical vibes

 8:30am Yin/Restorative Yoga with Jacklynn Kouzougian 

9:45am Sumati Govinda workshop in the Dome (TBD Poll FB Audience Choices)
10:15am Druminyasa with Brad & Becky
11:45am “A Yoga Studio, Building CommUNITY” with Rebecca Elsen

**12:30pm Four Elements Slow Flow & Meditation
on the Shenandoah River with Meredith Walsh**

Meet in front of the barn at 11:45am (sign up required — festival add on $5) 

12:00pm-2:00pm BREAK FOR LUNCH

1:30pm Permaculture expedition on the farm with Travis Knapp
2pm Power Flow/Rocket with Merideth VanSant
2:30pm Hari-kirtana Das Workshop TBD (Poll FB Audience the choices) – Healing Dome
3:30pm Workshop “Healthy Living & Movement” with Baram, Dante & Abhayam
4:30pm Heart Centered Entrepreneurship with Meredith 
5:30pm Primal Flow with Jennie Light and DJ EquaniSeung 
7pm Watery Flow with Chris Riley


Saturday 6/24 Day 2
Music Line Up

1:30pm Rios & The Rays
2:30pm Woven Green
5:30pm Edy Blu & Company
6:30pm Travis Knapp
7:30pm Mateo Monk
8:45 PM Miguel & Company
10:00pm Buddhagraph Spaceship
11:00pm DJ Nerio & EquaniSeung & Dance

SUNDAY 6/25 Day 3
Yoga & Healing Workshops

8:15am Rise, shine & flow into movement – Heather Markowitz
9:30am Press Re-Set with Dr. Justin Klein 

10:00am Meditation in the Barn with Chantae
11:15am Jonathan Miles Workshop TBD (Poll to FB Audience)
11:30am Rocking Asana Flow with Rebecca Elsen

 12:30-1:30pm LUNCH

2pm Ceremony with Shaman Zane Curfman
4pm Cacao Ceremony with Binah & Sound Healing with Dante in the Barn


Festival add ons:

**Eligible for purchase in June before the festival online and/or at the festival**
Join our FB Group Page to be the first to know when add-ons go on sale.

Attendee Parking – $10 per car; $25 for RVs (LIMITED # Available) 
Medicine Wheel with Wendy Mata 
Goddess Photo Shoots with Yuli 
High vibe living and essential take-aways with Meredith
 River Yoga Class – $5 transportation fee
Bluemont Winery transport & tasting (TBD $$) 
Attendee Parking – $10 per car; $25 for RVs (LIMITED) 
Body Work 
Thai Massage
Kambucha Workshop
Malabella Jewels Workshop

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NOTE: Tickets are non-refundable

2018’s line up is off the charts special and includes the areas best talent guaranteed to create funky electric grassroots mountain vibes. We’re welcoming back new “out of town” guest Travis Knapp, from Ithaca, NY, whose music & soul resonates with our Blue Ridge Mountain roots and FlowJam vibe. And we are excited to welcome him and other faces back like them camps Camp Contact, Druminyasa, Wynne Paris, and DJ Henry Nerio to the FlowJam stage along with our home grown family throughout Virginia, Maryland, D.C. and our local watering hole in Loudoun County, VA. Thank you to all who have supported the growth of this festival over the years (Camp Contact, Mateo Monk, Buddhagraph Spaceship, Tenya Lee, Jessica Lin, and Brian James, just to name a few…)



  Because we’ve been listening to our community, we feel it’s necessary to share the story, about our neighbor incident last year. Our move does not have to do with this friendly neighbor, who if you were with us last year, spent a good portion of his Friday and Saturday with a steam engine train horn trying to wreck our vibe. The event actually brought us closer together, in smiles and appreciation for our community and we met so many new neighbors who came out to show their support, some even thanked us for the festival with fireworks on Sunday! We feel this story is important to mention because we do not accept Martin Grave’s bullying behavior, it was truly absurd and he definitely made a name for himself in Loudoun County.

He got his horn confiscated by the police after he was caught red handed while shooting a gun into the ground and blaring the horn. He was cited for disturbing the peace and for calling the police too many times, for invalid reasons. He plead guilty in court, was fined and received two years of probation.

We wish the Graves family well in their healing journey, and we thank them for bringing FlowJam to the attention of Loudoun County officials and the state of Virginia, who are now our supporters we call on often. We are especially grateful for our new friend, the Deputy Sheriff of Loudoun County. Seriously, he’s cool. We’re moving to try something new this year, that’s all.


We’re excited & hope you’ll join us for our biggest event yet in a BRAND NEW SPACE on the Blue Ridge Mountains!

ADDRESS: 40371 Quarter Branch Rd, Lovettsville VA 

FlowJam 5 Line Up

Mateo Monk

Mateo Monk

The music of Mateo Monk is beyond classification. It is a synthesis of multiple genres of world roots music, heavily informed by the spontaneous freedom of psychedelic jam culture. Mateo performs solo on the guitar, flute, synthesizer, and melodica, utilizing a looper pedal to create fully-textured rhythms, adorned with virtuosic melodic musings, all seamlessly woven into the song form in real time. It’s a modern spin on the iconic idea of the “one man band”, executed by a one-of-a-kind artist with deep emotional sensibility and dazzling instrumental finesse. Mateo has been performing for 23 years and has worked with many influential artists, including Thievery Corporation, Junior Marvin of Bob Marley and The Wailers, and members of the legendary reggae group Culture.

Buddhagraph Spaceship

Buddhagraph Spaceship

Buddhagraph Spaceship is an American rock band from Blacksburg, Virginia with roots stretching from the old time to the far side and all foundations between. Creating a bridge between accoustic and electronic improvisation, they blend elements of Funk, Jam, Folk, Bluegrass, Gypsy Jazz, Americana, Progressive Rock, Reggae, and much more to achieve their eclectic sound. With a passion for creativity and the motivation to push boundaries, the band functions upon a musical paradigm for the further of artistic expression.

The band was created in the spring of 2014 and has since been an active influence on the Virginia music scene. The band consists of six members and a variety of instruments.

Lobo Marino Richmond Jam

Lobo Marino

Named after the enormous Pacific Sea Lion, Lobo Marino’s brand of experimental folk draws from a rich palette of international and folk influences.
Built primarily on harmonium, bass drum, banjo and various unique instruments and voices, Lobo Marino continues to evolve as the musical response to the continuous travels and ongoing spiritual journey of its members, Laney Sullivan and Jameson Price.

They are also the founders of Earth Folk Collective and Fonticello Food Forest in Richmond,VA. Deeply dedicated to environmental and social causes, when traveling they carry in their music a message of humanity’s need for reconnection with the earth. While at home, they spend time community organizing and running their donation based educational homestead Earth Folk Collective.

Travis Knapp

Travis Knapp

Singer, songwriter, pianist, and banjo player Travis Knapp from Ithaca, NY is releasing his 4th album of uplifting soulful folk songs this summer, and will be touring in Sweden, the UK, and Ireland in August and September.  In addition to being a musician, he grows culinary and medicinal herbs, wildcrafts herbs and food, and tends an apple orchard.

– 2016 Winner of “Best of Bound for Glory” [Bound for Glory is the longest running live folk radio show in the country, in its 50th year – www.boundforglory.org]

“All the Stars You Hold – a Circus to the Music of Travis Knapp” – was premiered at Circus Culture in Ithaca in 2016.  His latest album is “One By One” [2018].

Wynn J Paris

Wynne Paris

Wynne Paris is the founder of the Lovelight Festival and a dedicated Kirtan Artist. He was introduced to the path of Bhakti by his Grandmother, who was a Yogananda devotee. At age 30, Wynne was invited to perform kirtan with Amma, the hugging saint. In 1997, at age 33, Wynne began collaborating with Krishna Das and helped him with the genre defining cd ‘Pilgrim Heart’.  Wynne played Sarod, Saz and guitar on the recording.  Since then, He has recorded and performed with many Lovelight artists including: GuruGanesha Singh, Dave Stringer, David Newman, Missy Balsam, Felicia Rose, Blue Spirit Wheel, HuDost, Debra Devi, Telsma, Gurunam Singh and more.

Spiritually, Wynne has great reverence &  love for Paramahansa Yogananda, Neem Karoli Baba, HH the Dalai Lama, Amma, Santo Daime, beaches and bonobos.

“At this time when there is such growing interest in America in chanting and devotional music, Wynne Paris stands out as one of best in the field. Besides being an excellent, versatile musician, Wynne’s devoted and joyful attitude creates a powerful, sweet, elevated, and heart-opening energy. If you can restrain yourself from getting up and dancing, you have a stronger will than me.”
-Swami Asokananda – President Integral Yoga.

Music Promo: Edy Blu

Edy Blu

A country girl with an urban edge, Edy Blu’s highly emotive and soothing vocal tone will haunt you long after you leave her presence. Her beauty will capture you as soon as she steps on the stage. She has a knack for writing and composing catchy, melody-driven songs that you will easily find yourself grooving to. Edy was born and raised in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. Growing up on a farm, the world was her playground. Born a natural dreamer, the back-drop of mountains and woods only fueled Edy’s free-spirited tendencies. Yearning for more worldly experiences, Ms. Blu relocated to Sydney, Australia. It was during her three years abroad that she began to realize her musical potential by performing at various showcases and open mics.

As music became more than just a hobby, she crossed the Pacific and found herself in Washington, D.C. She became the lead singer of a rock and roll cover band to hone her chops and stage presence. She was also given the opportunity to sit in with different area bands, including reggae powerhouse, See-I at Eighteenth Street Lounge on Wednesday nights. These experiences gave her the confidence to start a band around her original compositions in late 2012. Her soulful, rootsy vibe and energizing live performances have been garnering her fans around the DMV.



Henry Nerio

Henry Nerio

Virginia Native, Dj Henry will be returning to FlowJam for his 4th year in a row. At a young age, Dj Henry was taken under the wing of one of Virginia’s up and coming djs. After dominating the Richmond/VCU scene, Dj Henry is bringing back his musical skills to FlowJam. Influences are Dave Nada, Dillon Francis and Gramatik

EquaniSeung (Gary Seung Cho)

DJ EquaniSeung

EquaniSeung (Gary Seung Cho) is a percussionist and DJ for yoga classes and art events in the DMV area. Bringing a meditative, experimental and upbeat style to each performance, EquaniSeung flows with the yogi’s movements and adds a dynamic dimension to the practice. Gary honed his craft through previous projects as a percussionist and mash up DJ, starting in 2008, and continues to develop a unique style that caters to each instructor’s teaching style. EquaniSeung regularly performs for yoga classes across the DMV area and performing at events such as Artful Saturday, the Beats Pray Love Series and 405 Rooftop Yoga.


Instagram: @equaniseung

Druminyasa and GAYLLC with Logos


Feel the rhythms of the drums as you connect breath, heartbeat, mind & body to a 75 minute vinyasa flow led by yoga instructor Becky Eschenroeder to the beats by percussionist Brad Ellsworth of Druminyasa. As featured on CBS, “Try out Druminyasa for a one-of-a-kind yoga experience,” and The Washington Times and appearing at festivals, studios and special events, Brad Ellsworth of Druminyasa has been playing drums and percussion for over 25 years.  A yoga practitioner and teacher, Brad founded Druminyasa by connecting his love for rhythm, drums and movement.  Becky Eschenroeder of Great Abiding Yoga has been teaching yoga to countless beautiful souls since 2010 and feels so blessed to be able to share this experience with you.



Becky Eschenroeder (Tara)

Most teachers know the asana and the message behind yoga. Becky Eschenroeder lives it. When you practice with Becky, you get more than a teacher on the mat; you gain guidance for your daily life. Becky’s credentials, ERYT200/RYT500/RCYT, highlight her teaching capabilities. Beloved by her hometown in Richmond, VA, Becky has transformed countless lives through her teaching. Expanding beyond the river-city streets, she is on the road to share her gift with you and your community. Take advantage of this unique chance to practice with Becky Eschenroeder and observe how her presence to continues to impact your life even when her mat is gone.


FlowJam teacher

Dr. Justin Klein

Dr. Justin Klein, CEO/Doctor of Chiropractic at Got Your Back Total Health, is a Washington, DC native, and life-long student of health, healing and human performance. As a young athlete, injuries led him to his own personal kinesthetic awareness, and his desire to understand injury prevention led him to study physical fitness, nutrition, human structure and optimal function. He has a BS in Kinesiology from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2003, and finished cum laude at the University of Bridgeport, College of Chiropractic in 2008. His experiences are unique, and have motivated him to become one of a handful of visionaries who strive to shift the paradigm of physical medicine. Dr. Klein continues to evolve through his study and practice of Chiropractic BioPhysics and Original Strength, and is proud to be a certified practitioner of both of these incredible techniques. CBP and OS change lives on their own, and the power of the combination is astonishing. This is why they are the foundation of our philosophy at Got Your Back Total Health!

April Remee

April Ramee

April Rameé is an herbalist, yoga instructor, writer, sound healer, and the creator of Antler Alchemy which brings nature, spirit, and ancestors out to play through herbalism to her community in DC and the world. April navigates life with one key intention—to spread love and the healing energy of the universe via herbs, yoga, pranayama (breathing), plant ceremonies, dance, sacred sound, wild nature hikes, and many other forms of spiritual activity to connect our souls with Mother Earth. Learn more about her here: https://antleralchemy.com/index.php/who-is-antler-alchemy/


Michael Ortega

Skeem has been in the industry for 11 years. He is an open format dj, However, he doesn’t only cater to an American audience as he is equally an impressive Latin DJ as well. With all that put together you have one of the greatest well rounded DJ’s in the DMV area.

Tenya Lee

“We are a dynamic teaching pair, pulling insight from drastically different cultural backgrounds and paths prior to their connection through yoga.”

The essence of Tenya’s teachings is restoration; restoration of the mind – body connection, in order to bring one’s whole self to shared spaces. Through real life experience in a variety of relationship forms, from monogamous to polyamorous, and extensively study with the Center for New Culture, he is able to navigate the most vulnerable and uncomfortable relations with mindfulness and confidence. In his intimacy teachings, people can expect to revive their curiosity for closeness and union.


J Miles

Yogi, martial artist, body worker, retired breakdancer, community activist, and the son of a Baptist minister, J Miles (ERYT 200-RYT 500) has been has been learning and studying eastern arts and philosophy for over 15 years. From the teachings of Swami Satchidananda and Integral Yoga, along with Ashtanga, Jivamukti and other prominent systems of yoga, Yogi J has crafted a style tempered by humor, relies on the importance of breath, and aims to create for each person a fluid, sustainable and enjoyable practice. Understanding that even ancient practice continues to evolve, the mantra continues to be “practice is effort toward steadiness of mind”.

Simone Celia Klein MD

“When I was going through my medical scare, I thought how we share so much nice things about each other at wakes/shiva/Facebook walls about the deceased, that they will never hear.I wanted to create a safe space where people can share those thoughts to create positivity, love, and joy before we die.

Please come with your friends to our wake. Enjoy some wine and tell your friends all the beautiful things about them that they usually don’t hear about until they are no longer able to listen. You can also come and talk about how you would like to be remembered and what you can do to accomplish that goal. Life is short, and we all need to tell our friends how much we care before it is too late.”

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Jen Tal and the Huzband

Soul, Jazz, Funk Fusion with Guitar, Vocals, Acoustic and Electronic Percussion, Vibraphone, Bass, and sometimes saxophone.

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Atticus Mooney

Atticus is a formally trained dancer as well as an intuitive and yoga teacher. She is the visionary founder of bhAva DC, a community organization that aims to promote conscious connection with substance-free dance parties, ceremonies, and sound healing meditations. Additionally she is the founder and producer of Ecstatic Dance DC & Baltimore, chapters in a global network of free-form conscious dance communities. www.bhava-dc.com

Jessica Lin

Jessica Lin

Jessica hails from DC where she ran the business development department for a health information technology company for over six years. Her strong marketing and business strategy savvy, along with her enthusiasm for health, wellness, and mindful living have allowed her to transition her career from a traditional 9-5, to a one that shares her passions and experiences with communities all around the globe. She is a natural born connector who thrives on creating and forging meaningful relationships/ partnerships in life and business.

From a young age, Jessica has been inspired to learn and experience all that life has to offer. Her parents instilled in her that immersing oneself in new situations are how a life is meant to be lived. Her hope is to connect and inspire people to say yes to pushing their comfort zones and connecting with the world on a larger scale. She believes creating connection with the self allows for the individual to have the courage to share love and kindness with others.


Meredith Wyman Walsh

Owner, WineDown Yoga; Creator & host for FlowJam

I created FlowJam festival, in collaboration, to share the farm I grew up on with the healers of the world, and all those who want to learn from nature. It’s grown into this magical experience with THE BEST local musicians, healers and co-creators and leaves people floating on clouds for weeks. I share yoga to ignite the spark in everyone I meet and to build awareness of our connection to the environment. Sharing this practice allows me to fulfill my innermost desire to offer healing to the world and allows me to supply people with the tools and wisdom to create sustainable behavior change in their life. I believe yoga is the system ordinary individuals can use to do extraordinary things to positively impact the world. Every individual has the power, but it takes awakening the spark within and letting go of the ego to become aware. Yoga reignites my desires everyday, and everyday I strive to be a better version of myself.



Chronically Cosmic

Using the magic of brilliant colors, glitter stardust, and enchanting adornments, the vision of Chronically Cosmic is to vivify the inner divinity within. Makeup is art, and the face is a canvas capable of reflecting the powerful goddess existing inside. A cosmic makeover creates a mystical connection between the interior and exterior appearance, with the ultimate purpose being self-expression.


OverGlow is Sahffi Lynne, Ryan Sansing, Shelly Work & Sean Finn, spiritual and real family members who relentlessly pursue healing through sounds and songs. The Maryland-based quartet features three-part harmonies, guitars, drums, violin, and delivers traditional and original medicine songs straight from their collective heart to yours.

Dante Baker

Dante Baker

Dante Baker has been a native to the Washington DC area his entire life, growing up in Reston, VA. Since his childhood years, Dante has always had a fascination with the human anatomy and all of its abilities to heal, move, and process. This interest led Dante to studying and receiving certifications through AFAA and NASM in 2007. As he pursued personal training he worked with wide a range of clients such as over-weight clients, young athletes and elderly adults. As he gained more experience and confidence in his teaching he extended his expertise to larger classes such as boot camp, athletic conditioning, kids physical education, kickboxing and body pump.

In 2009 he enrolled in the National Massage Therapy School and completed his 600- hour massage certification in 2010, all while learning transcendental meditation from Dr. Mahapatra Gyanendra — one of the personal physicians of the Mararishi editation course.  After receiving his certification, he studied under Dr. Akmal Muwwakkil where Dante started to explore Eastern practices and philosophies. In the same year of completing his massage certification, he took a course in Tui Na—an ancient form of Chinese bodywork.

Dante was fascinated by the Eastern philosophies such as Chinese medicine and enrolled in a nine month Qi Gong and Tai Chi Ball certification with Master Nianzu Li (L.Ac) in 2013. The more he explored the holistic side of health, he started to incorporate sound healing with singing bowls as a way to heal the body, he received his Reiki Master certification in 2015, researched more deeply the symbolism of tarot, and most recently received his Yoga certification -200 hour from SOYA in January of 2016.


Adrianne Burke

Adrianne is a social change agent focusing on using yoga and conscious movement as a means to promote peace and overall well being. She sees self-care as an integral method to help people truly re-imagine, and re-create the type of world we want to live in. After spending more than 7 years as a communication strategist for progressive nonprofits, and running her own consulting firm for three years, Adrianne shifted her focus to life coaching and full time healing advocacy as a means to be of better service to her colleagues–especially in our changing political climate. She wanted to find a way to link social justice work and healing work together, as her self-care practice contained tools that had helped her find peace in her own life, while also embracing the fire so true to her being. A life filled with constant resistance was making her feel helpless as she was watching her colleagues get more and more burnt out. At the same time, her connection to all things spiritual was becoming greater. Social justice is spiritual work, and so she started Yoga for Justice in 2016 as a response to the media’s coverage of police brutality and race relations currently dividing the country. The more we can focus on balancing our perspective, the better advocates we can be for creating the life we truly want to live. This means getting comfortable with who we are, and releasing the historical trauma that keeps us bound to systematic oppression. Embracing the nickname Namaslay, Adrianne uses reiki, creative movement, music, yoga philosophy and continues to “teach kickboxing like a yoga teacher,” all while encouraging others to slay stereotypes on and off the mat daily.

Social Media

Instagram: http://instagram.com/_namaslay

Email: adrianne.yoga@gmail.com


Heather Markowitz

Heather Markowitz

Heather, founder of the movement WithLove DC to spread love around the district, is a wanderlust-filled adventurer and believer that all things are connected to one another. Throughout her travels she has learned amazing lessons and grown to love the life of a wanderer. She arrived in DC in the spring of 2013 with the hope of planting some roots for a little while. Shortly after this transition WithLoveDC, a movement to spread love, joy, and acceptance in the District, was born and she has been busy loving, flowing, connecting, teaching, and gathering in a sense of community since then. A teacher, artist, writer, yoga-lover, meditation-practitioner, and vegetable-enthusiast, Heather believes that a meaningful life is about connection and gratitude and sharing what we have. She feels her whole life is her art and strives to share as much as she can with those she encounters.

Desiree FlowJam Massage Therapist

Desiree Garcia

Massage/acupressure/energy healing sessions, specializing in pain management & athletic injuries using deep tissue & trigger point therapies, neuromuscular massage & myofacial release.

Desiree Garcia is a 2006 honors graduate and former Advisory Board Member of The Heritage Institute of Virginia. She graduated with certifications in Massage Therapy and Chinese Medicine.

While still in school, Desiree started her own business in 2005, Mobile Massage Therapy, which focuses on a holistic healing approach in the comfort of your home. Upon graduation, she went to work part time at Northern Virginia Massage Center in Vienna, VA, where she worked for  almost three years  under the guidance of owner,  Jodi Scholes. During this time Desiree gained additional certifications as a yoga teacher and Reiki Master, along with learning ear candling and prenatal massage.  Additionally, she worked at The Natural Healing Center in Vienna, VA, studying colonic hydrotherapy through the supervision of owner, Dr. Patricia Stranahan, ND.

Baram FlowJam Teacher

Baram with Radiant Pathways

Baram is a vital lifestyle expert and teacher, professionally sharing tools for health since 2008. He has healed himself from several debilitating conditions, including painful digestive issues and autoimmune diseases. Now, Baram is thriving and his health becomes more radiant each day. He is ever willing to share the wisdom he has gained to help others begin their own journey of self healing and Radiant Living!

Baram began his journey of self-healing and Radiant Living as the founder and chief of an organic, plant-based café and restaurant in DC (2003 to 2012). He has created many healthy foods and beverages to meet people’s dietary requirements for their optimal health. Since 2008, Baram has developed his own unique lifestyle that integrates nature, food, movement, and mind. Later, he started sharing at workshops and many other teaching engagements as a presenter, speaker, and panelist. He guides participants and clients to begin their own journey of self-healing and vital living. He calls that journey ‘Radiant Living.‘

Joey and the Waitress Band

Joey and the Waitress Band

Our goal is to create timeless music. Our first recording is just a small sampling of what is to come. More than a group of musicians, we are friends. Each performance is a celebration. It is not enough to say that we enjoy what we do; it is an honor and a privilege to perform together.
Since forming the band, we have been driven by a sense of destiny and a kind of calm inspired by the knowledge that what we are doing matters. This group of special individuals has evolved from a simple prayer asking for guidance – one prayed on many occasions – now fully answered.
We feel blessed for the life changing experiences we have had. Our hope is that you continue to follow us on our special journey. We look forward to sharing many more songs with you. Connect with us here: https://www.facebook.com/Joeyandthewaitressband/


Yuli Ama Luna

Photographer, Artist, Energy Healer, Psychic, Medium, Shaktivating © Founder and Facilitator, Animals Rights Advocate and a Wild Woman! I believe we know all the Answers. We just allow ourselves to forget. When we remember to come back to our center and start loving and accepting ourselves, unconditionally, then we open the sacral vortex of the Universe and invite Her to breathe through us, and this is when the Magic happens ♥ For Flow Jam 2017, I’m offering my Goddess mini-photoshoots and Shaktivating class (empowering workshop for women to recall and activate our infinite abilities through spiritual uplifting, sacred body movement and energy work).


Darrell Duane

“For me, Contact Improvisation represents the more basic, more primal side of what dance is. It is postmodern, it is a deconstruction of dance which lays bare the underpinnings of dance that many other dance forms hide. It also serves as a tool to explore the murky depths of our humanity: few forms are so deep, rich, and potent that after a dance you have to journal for half an hour because of what was discovered or got stirred up,” says Duane. Duane is one of the many dancers who first discovered Contact Improvisation at the Center Camp Jam at Burning Man. The year was 2004. “I was excited and mesmerized by what I saw. It took me half an hour to get the guts to go in and try it. I remember this woman giving me a kind of a piggyback ride. I had no idea what it was; I was just figuring it out as it was happening.” Later someone came up to him and asked how long he had been doing Contact Improvisation. That is how he discovered the form had a name, and he was delighted to hear that it is indeed practiced outside of Burning Man, and that he could probably find a jam in his hometown in the “default world.”


Karen King

Karen is a passionate dance/fitness facilitator, as well as a coach/mentor, public speaker, Reiki healer, blogger, novice drummer, spoken word poet and mother of two.  She has certifications in Eating Psychology and is currently engaged in an intensive training for a certification in Sex, Love and Relationship Coaching.  Karen is passionate about authentic self-care and empowering individuals design their best possible life through nourishing, daily practices and a sustainable, pleasurable relationship with food and body.

She brings a unique, infectious energy to everything she does and has often been described as Authentic, Compassionate, Inspiring and Passionate.  One of her many passions has been her involvement with her community running programs and mentoring at-risk youth and survivors of sex trafficking for over 10 years.

Yonah Levey

Yonah Levey

For over 14 years Yonah has been guiding people back to peace and from there to thriving through psychological and spiritual counseling, coaching, and group leadership. He takes a positive, holistic approach to help clients achieve their goals, first and foremost to feel good.

Yonah concentrated his psychological studies in humanistic, social, and behavioral psychology. He has an insatiable appetite for wisdom, science, and the art of living in balance. He received training from practitioners and disciples taught by Abraham Maslow, Carl Rogers, and Sri Chinmoy, among other greats.

Yonah walks his talk and I only teaches what he has applied in his own life. He is on a perpetual learning, personal, and spiritual growth path.

Today Yonah is based in Tulum, Mexico and works primarily as a life coach & group facilitator sharing guided meditation, holistic health presentations, and ecstatic dance.



CANIS is a company on a mission to spread peace. Through personal training, nutrition modification, and mindfulness techniques, CANIS helps sculpt the body and mind. When people feel good about themselves and peaceful within, a ripple affect of peace is perpetuated. CANIS helps people operate optimally to spread harmony.

CANIS teaches people how to workout in a way that best suits their lifestyle. This is achieved by working with a trainer that tailors workouts for your specific goals, provides you with the knowledge to feed your body nutrient dense foods, and teaches you mindfulness techniques that bring your body into a state of relaxation so you can operate at your highest potential. CANIS helps boost your energy levels physically and mentally to build up the collective conscious of the world.


Gaamaa Hishigsuren

Gaamaa is am a Certified Integrated Nutrition Health Coach. She will be offering a workshop with another Certified Functional Medicine Health Coach, who is also a certified yoga teacher.
They will offer a genotype-based integrated holistic healing workshop.
Also, they will give out handouts with practical tips and recipes, specifically customized for different genotypes.
Gaamaa will do a sample Functional Medicine lab test readings, and focus on specific health concerns.


Rania Jaziri

Born in Tunisia, Rania’s family moved to Germany when she was a child. As an adult, ready to embrace life, Rania left her family in Germany to begin her exciting journey in United States (2007). As a young female, moving to a foreign country by herself, her journey was met with many adversities. Rania has overcome those challenges with courage and tenacity.

After settling in Washington DC, Rania opened Jordan’s Paradise, a dance and fitness studio which was recently voted “Best Dance Company” by Washington City Paper’s Reader’s Poll. Starting dance at the age of 6, Rania has a passion for performing arts, acting and dancing. It is Rania’s desire to share the gift of movement and expression with those she meets. Through dance and exercise, Rania has been able to help many women improve their quality of life by maintaining their health and fitness, which ultimately contributes to their overall happiness and positive outlook on life.

In addition to running the dance studio, Rania is expanding her international Life Coaching services. Rania spends much of her day helping other women expand their thinking, get in touch with their desires and embrace pleasure. Rania lives continues to live in the Metro DC area, where she is raising her toddler son, Liam.

Her interests include travel, dancing and laughing. Rania is a certified Yoga instructor, aerobics instructor and personal trainer. She teaches Kriya Meditation, Usui Reiki Healer and highly sought after life coach. Rania speaks Arabic, German, French and English


Heather Sanden

Heather, NoVA native, currently lives in Costa Rica co-facilitating YTT’s, teaching Yoga, SUP Yoga, bodywork, coach soccer, and delivers Wellness Workshops. Former pro soccer GK, embodies journey of extremes – intense training to find ease and balance in life. A CPT, PES, 200-hr RYT – a lifelong student passionate to heal and empower Self and the collective.
Connect @ www.e3ptunlimited.com

As part of the DoTerra Team, Heather is also an advocate of essential oils and plant medicine. Healing through and with nature. Join her to learn more about how her life (and many others she knows and works with) was changed through the use and sharing of various plant medicines.


Hengyi Hu

“I’m a scientist, professional desk jockey, and health nut – in that order.” Hengyi has been an ACE-certified personal trainer for over 15 years, and his current focus is on functional strength training and aerobics over traditional bodybuilding and aesthetics. He wants to create routines that can be done anywhere, and to improve muscle function and cardiovascular health in support of an active lifestyle.


Marc Beneteau

Marc is an author, internet entrepreneur, community builder, and self-described “love revolutionary”. He is the author of the Circling and Authentic Relating Practice Guide, a compact introduction to the art of circling, available for free or small donation at www.CirclingGuide.com


Ashley Belin

Ashley Belin (Bella) is a Spiritualist who uses her natural energy healing abilities and innate mediumship gifts to help clients achieve deep inner healing. After struggling with addiction, Bella began her journey of self-recovery and subsequently experienced a series of spiritual awakenings. This led her to hone her skills by studying under master healers in Peru, the Netherlands, and the US.


Carleigh Kaiser

Carleigh intuitively channels messages from Spirit in the form of visions, art, music, and movement. She has a vision to “lift the veil” and reveal the heaven that is all around us through receiving and participating in organic and unstructured flow, with light language being her central method. Carleigh holds meditations and teaches workshops in the northern VA area & enjoys collaboration.


Arthur Clarke

“I am passionate about sharing my creative ideas and visions thru art projects/installations and performances.
I feel my project a wonderful fit with this community and this gathering for the light and spirit-energy of creativity that it produces.”

Ashley Miller

“I am passionate about love. All my paintings represent a positive relationship with body, mind, spirit and the physical world around us. From detailed paintings of objects I desire to abstract portraits of feelings and vibes, anyone can find a piece that makes them gain a deeper understanding of me and themselves.”

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Kim Rose

“I am passionate about showing how although life will have it’s downs , there will be times of growth and transformation through those tough and painful moments. Everyone shares pain but there is beauty and growth possible out of this pain. Life is beautifully painful. I think everyone at flowjam will be able to relate to this and I want to inspire people to realize that the good times are coming.”


Micah Laird

“I look forward to bringing creativity; My work and my life are inspired by Breaking Vicious cycles and I hope to inspire anyone most importantly those of a hard knock life.”

One thought on “FlowJam 2018

  1. You’ve got some “I am text block” latin wording at the bottom of Alison’s description on this page. Hope to be out there this weekend flying the drone!

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