To clarify, the bubbles i'm witnessing are not in my airlock, that seems to not be moving whatsoever. The bubbles are in the beer itself and are tiny like in a sprite, but in much less quantity. I removed the airlock and replaced it to make sure the airlock wasnt plugged, and i've bumped the carboy on the counter a couple times to try and dislodge any bubbles clinging to yeast pockets. Nonetheless the trickle of tiny bubbles continues over an hour later.
I have seen several tiny yeast pockets rise up to the top, release their bubble, and settle back to the bottom. They were about the size of a grain of sand.
I dont know if this helps, but it is a Hibiscus Ginger Saison from Austin Homebrew, so i'll probably give them a call about it tomorrow as well. As for now I think i'll take the advice and let the carboy sit for another week.