Motion Improv 1
with Sybil Meyer
For those new to Motion Theater and for those who want to refresh their skills. This workshop offers training in the foundation of autobiographical improvisation. Learn to move with ease, generate personal narrative, find meaning in common things, develop ease in front of an audience, and engage in spontaneous creative expression.
$275 for 8-week series Contact: Sybil
with Nina Wise
Weds. Sept. 13th -Oct. 25th 7:30–9:30pm
Motion Theater practices are designed to raise your spirits, inspire personal insight, deepen intimacy, create community, expand awareness, enhance self-confidence and develop presence and craft as a leader or performer. Contact: Nina
with Nina Wise
Thurs. Starts Sept. 14th 7:30–9:30pm
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
Large & Graceful:A Deepening with Sally Pugh
Saturday, Oct. 14th 2:00-5:00PM
Yoga designed for full-bodied women, offering an opportunity to begin or to deepen and expand your yoga practice, and enhance body, mind, body, develop balance, flexibility and strength, and breathing practices to awaken presence, center and ground. The last hour of the workshop will be Restorative Yoga, relaxation and meditation. We address individual participant’s needs and desires for finding ease in their practice. Beginners are welcome. Contact: Sally
An afternoon with Angela Farmer
Friday, Oct. 6th 11:30 – 5:00pm
An intimate gathering for women who love to feel who they are in long slow stretches, deep internal explorations, colors, dreams, dance and stories…
all evolving uniquely and solo,or amazingly with each other together.
CURRENTLY FULL Contact:Barbara To be Added to Wait List
Yoga and Ayurveda for Diabetes Yoga workshop and Book Launch with Rachel Zinman
Sunday, Oct. 8th 2:00 – 5:00pm
Whether you live with any type of Diabetes, have pre-diabetes are a caregiver to someone with diabetes or a yoga teacher wanting to know more about how you can support a person with diabetes in your class, you won’t want to miss this informative, motivating and life changing workshop.
International yoga teacher Rachel Zinman never thought it could happen to her. At the age of 42, nearly 25 years into her career as a yoga teacher and teacher trainer she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. At first she was devastated and sure there had been some mistake. Fighting her diagnosis she relied on the profound health benefits of yoga and ayurveda to help to preserve her insulin producing cells. Eventually, facing some hard truths, she knew that the only way forward was to incorporate insulin into her diabetes management plan. This was the start of a journey to write a book to help people living with diabetes to discover the profound benefits of Yoga and to offer her wealth of knowledge through workshops and retreats worldwide.
Register Below using Paypal… Registration includes a copy of Rachel’s book.
In this workshop Rachel will share…
A short talk introducing:
– Why Yoga is the perfect compliment to a daily diabetes management plan
– What sorts of yoga styles are suited to the type of diabetes someone has
– How yoga benefits someone living with diabetes and their caregivers
– The beauty of the healing science of Ayurveda and how knowing ones individual constitution can help manage diabetes
A yoga practice including:
– a simple breathing technique to melt away stress
– a well rounded flowing easy sequence for every type of diabetes
– a calming meditation
The workshop will conclude with a short reading from Rachel’s new book, Yoga for Diabetes, How to manage your health with Yoga and Ayurveda and a book signing.
“So often the medical world treats diabetes, and all chronic disease, from a purely mechanistic, reductive framework, ignoring the complex reality of how disease affects body, mind and spirit. Rachel does a beautiful job of integrating western physiology, yoga and Ayurveda into a fluid practice that can be tailored to our individual needs.” Lisa Nelson MD – Director of Medical Education, Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health
Register Now: $60
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