Monthly Archives: February 2017
Sunday, April 30th, 12-4 pm
The lymph system consists of lymph nodes, lymph vessels, and organs. The primary job of the lymphatic system is to isolate and fight infections, as well as absorb excess fluid, fat and debris from our bodies. As these materials build up in the lymph system, it may become congested or blocked. Because the lymph system cleanses our entire body, symptoms of a blocked system can manifest in many ways from frequent cold and infections to joint pain. Improve the flow and drainage of lymph by stimulating the lymphatic vessels through self-massage techniques taught by a lymphatic specialist. Learn hands-on, self-lymphatic drainage techniques post-surgical recovery, allergy relief, treatment for colds, better energy, greater mobility, and overall well-being.
Easy to learn, simple to practice, open to all!
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Cost: $50. Must preregister.
Location: Downtown, 245 E. Broadway
Sunday, May 7th, 12-2 pm
Carving time out of your busy life can for a yoga class can sometimes be challenging. What if you could create the space in your life to practice on your own? Establishing a personal home practice can serve as a rite of passage for some yoga practitioners. It can be the point where you really learn to move at your own pace, listen and respond to your body, developing more frequency and consistency. In this workshop Brie will help you brainstorm, reflect, and set in motion the basic building blocks to begin to practice at home with confidence. We will work towards stitching together poses, pauses & pranayama to meet you exactly where you’re at on any given day. Everyone’s invited!
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Location: South Studio, 3575 Donald St.
Sunday, May 7th, 2:45-5:45 pm
Continuum Moving Inquiry is a Somatic practice that deepens the connection to our internal world of sensation and awareness. Explore the mystery of the body and the inner world of fluid. Through the use of breath, sound and movement techniques, we tap an unending source for healing, renewal, and change. Everyone is welcome.
• Cultivate fluidity
• Increase sensation based experience
• Develop attentive awareness
• Expand sense of time and space
Bonnie Simoa holds an MFA in Dance from Mills College and is lead faculty in dance at Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon. Bonnie teaches dance, fluid yoga, Balinese dance and is an active choreographer and performer.
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NEW! Location: South Studio, 3575 Donald St.