Large & Graceful: A Deepening with Sally Pugh
Saturday, Sept. 29th, Oct. 27th 2:00 – 5:00pm
Yoga designed for full-bodied women in a community of support. An opportunity to begin or to deepen and expand your yoga practice, and enhance body, mind, and spirit integration. We will include asanas that strengthen the core body, develop balance, flexibility, and strength, and breathing practices to awaken presence, center, and ground. The last hour of the workshop is Restorative Yoga, relaxation, and meditation. We also address individual participants needs and desires for finding ease in their practice. Beginners are welcome. Please register with Sally Pugh. SallyPugh@gratefulspirityoga.net
Spinefulness Meditation Series
with Beth Greenfield 4 Fridays, 11:00 – 12:15pm Sept. 21, 28, & Oct. 5 & 12
In this four week series of Spinefulness and meditation we will discover new ways to sit, move and lie down well-placed and comfortably. We will meditate seeking our center, discovering the ease of being on our axis, observing the breath, and feeling a new awareness of Spinefulness.
This class is open to anyone seeking greater ease and heightened sensory awareness. All levels of experience are welcome. $25 per class or $80/series of 4 classes. Contact: Beth
Kirtan with Acharya Mangalananda & Friends Sat. Sept. 22nd 7:30 pm $20 Donation Suggested
Mangalananda is a kirtan singer well-versed in the traditional kirtan style of the rural villages of India. Though an American by birth, through a lifetime of association with Indian culture and twelve years living in a small ashram in central India, he has learned by deep immersion the traditional spiritual music of India. His kirtan is couched in the mystical ragas of India and is full of the lively ecstatic joy of the Divine Names.
In the addition to his gifted musicians Mangalananda’s beloved friend, Swami Gurusharanananda will be visiting us again on his USA tour. Swamiji is raising funds for our free, spiritually-based school in India for the local impoverished village children. He is head of the Ma Sharanam Ashram, School and the Gurukul (Boys’ Hostel).
Contact Mangalananda: Here
with Nina Wise & Sybil Meyer
Weds. 7:30– 9:30 pm 10-week series Sept. 5th – Nov. 7th
Workshops with Nina Wise & Sybil Meyer give you the physical and spiritual tools to translate your inner life into theater. Everyone has a story to tell. But few of us have the opportunity to express ourselves freely in a safe and supportive environment. What makes these workshops unique is the emphasis on the integration of body, mind, and spirit.
with Nina Wise
Thursdays 7:30–10:00pm Sept. 6th – Dec. 20th
This advanced Lab meets once a week for three to six months and is intended for people who’ve already taken a Motion Theater workshop. You’ll hone your Motion Theater skills practicing solo, duet, trio and ensemble forms with other trained improvisers. Advanced Lab culminates in a public performance. Through this expressive, transformational practice, you’ll cultivate presence, advance your artistic craft and develop your leadership and presentation skills.Contact: Nina
Alexander Technique Workshop
with Don Tuttle & Mike McKenna
4 Sundays 1:30 – 2:30pm Oct. 21, 28, Nov. 4, 11
Curious about the Alexander Technique? Come and join instructors, Mike McKenna and Don Tuttle. We discuss the fundamental principals of the Alexander technique and engage in activities to learn skills that help us feel better, improve posture, increase mindfulness, move with ease, find balance and reduce stress. This small class is a rare and convenient opportunity to receive personal attention and hands-on guidance. The method can underlie all activity and be practiced at all times. Contact:Don
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