Throughout history, cultures worldwide have provided a means for people to access non-ordinary realms for healing and spiritual growth. Breathwork is a means of inducing an altered state of consciousness through full and connected breathing. An energy charge is created in the body, and as the energy disperses, it serves to release, or to cleanse blockages, both physical and emotional. Possible experiences include; resolution and release of current problems, unresolved childhood wounds, birth memories, past life remembrances and stored trauma in the body. Many also experience encounters with the divine, transcendence of time or space, direct experiences of the primordial vibration, deep peace, unconditional love and orgasmic states. The process is gentle, safe, and loving and almost every person will have a deep moving experience. As an added benefit, Breathwork is quite healthy for the body. You will be conscious the whole time and totally in control. Please come prepared for immediate growth and a powerful experience.
One of my favorite books is Mark Nepo’s The Book of Awakenings. His short daily devotions provide insight and centering for our lives. In one of his January devotions, he explores how rare and precious it is to be in this human form at this time and place.
His words resonate with me because sometimes it is hard to soften into this type of gratitude — gratitude for simply being alive and aware. Whether we are going through easy or difficult times, our particular human birth at this time and in this place is unrepeatable and purposeful.
So given our unique and precious human form, our challenge is to be awake to what we feel, what we love and the choices we make in the moment. There is little more that we need ask of ourselves.
What a nice way to open ourselves to this New Year: resting and softening into the Now.
Balance happens all the time, and we are always moving in and out of balance. It is dynamic and essential to our lives. Increase your ability to find balance in your movement and equilibrium in your life with this workshop combining the wisdom of Yoga and the Feldenkrais Method. When we move, we balance better.
Date: Saturday, May 20
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Come lay down your armor and dance into your aliveness alone and together.
Dance through the four exquisite landscapes of this Conscious Dance: The Dance Intimate: being with self! The Dance Communion: being with another! The Dance Community: being with others! The Dance Infinite: returning to self!
Open session on Friday Evening: Closed sessions (no drop-ins) Saturday and Sunday.
Weekend Event: $150; Early-bird by June 1 $135.
Friday Evening only $35
Friday, June 9, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Saturday, June 10, 1:00-6:00
Sunday, June 11, 10:00 -2:00
*Join us for a potluck at Margie’s after the Saturday session and brunch at Tag’s after the Sunday session.
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Claudia Ingraham, a yoga teacher and sound master is returning to Dancing the Soul to play the ethereal sounds of Tibetan bowls, crystal bowls and gong. She will lull you into a profoundly meditative state where natural healing occurs. She will begin with a guided Yoga Nidra meditation as you enjoy a long savasana of sacred sounds. Journey into a blissful state and balance and renew your chakra centers.
Date: Saturday, January 7, 2017
Time: 6:00-7:30 p.m.
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The holidays can be a stressful time as families and friends gather together. Old stories and anecdotes can evoke anger rather than celebration.
At these times, do you experience difficulty listening and communicating with others who are emotionally upset?
Would you like to learn a different way of communicating during intense times?
Would you like to learn to listen to others without criticizing?
If you answer yes to one or more of these questions, consider coming to this workshop with facilitator Anita Foxworth, accredited facilitator rocky Mountain Compassionate Communication Network.
Invest of $35 benefits the RMCCN.
To Register contact: Anita: 303-369-0295 or email her at email@example.com
Date: Saturday, December 17, 2016
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Radiant Lotus is for women and focuses on the specific organ and hormonal systems of women. The movements, breath and intention of this program increase qi and blood circulation, release stagnant energy, improve lymph function and promote overall health.
Date: Saturday, September 24, 2016
Time: 2:00 – 4:15 p.m.
Price: $30; early bird $25 by Sept 20.
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Join Claudia for this fabulous Sound Healing Workshop & Concert. Weekend Pass is only $45.
Workshop ~ Friday, March 31, 6:30-8:30 – $30
Concert ~ Saturday, April 1, 6:30-8:00 – $20
Preregistration Required – Bring a Pillow and a Blanket for comfort
The Friday Evening Workshop includes learning about the various healing instruments and an individual chakra balancing healing from Claudio. The Saturday Evening Concert involves resting on the floor as the healing sounds of the instruments vibrate deep into your body and spirit.
Click on Schedule to Reserve Your Spot.
For more information on Claudia’s Sound Healing work go to:
I really appreciated the segment because it reminded me that meditation/mindfulness is not something we have to add to our daily routine; it is NOT one more thing we have to DO.
Rather, it is a way of Being. Being in each moment: being in rest, being in meetings, being in eating and being with friends.
Yet as Cooper realized, the idea of being in the present moment is not always easy. Our need to multi-task, to plan, to interact with numerous people on different levels at the same time often takes us away from our ability to be in the present.
But just as in other areas of our lives, our willingness to practice is what matters. All we need do is continue to come back to our breath and take time to remember that the only “real” moment in life is the present one –no matter how imperfect, sad, flawed or exhilarating that moment is.
And so I wish you many present moments as we move into the new year and many opportunities to practice a different way of being in each moment.
Nature has a way of inspiring us and helping us gain clarity in our lives. Come expore the hiking trails of Staunton State Park with a group of like-minded yogis and hikers. We will stretch, meditate and move into poses as we share the beautiful outdoors.
Date: Saturday, July 9, 2016
Time: 7:00 a.m. until about 3:30
Meet at the DtS studio at 7:00 a.m. to carpool.
Bring Water and Snacks! We will stop for lunch on our way home.
Cost: Drop-in or a class off your package.
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Are you afraid of your anger? Are you easily drawn into angry interactions? Do you find yourself saying: He/she needs to work on their anger? Would you like to learn some alternative ways to work with your anger? If you answered yes to one or more of the questions above, consider coming to this RMCCN Compassion sampler.
Date: Saturday, May 21, 2016
Time: 2:15-6:15 (check in at 2:00)
To register contact Anita Foxworth at 303-369-0295 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Join longtime Qigong teacher Eric Imbody to explore how to balance your Chi during the Winter season. Learn breathing techniques, movements, meditations and dietary suggestions for greater vitality, groundedness and immunity for the Winter.
Date: Sunday, January 29, 2017
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Treat yourself to a Valentine’s evening by honoring love in its many forms through poetry, music and myth. Walk the meditative path of a labyrinth to deepen the experience. Nick and Tess Nossaman will share their heartfelt love poems. Storyteller, Tina Proctor, will entertain you wil myths and stories of love. As you listen to Lia Davis play her lyrical harp, Dennis Grogan will guide you on the path of the labyrinth where you can shed your busy mind and come into a place of quiet, peace and love.
Date: Sunday, February, 14, 2016
Time: 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Please register by calling Tina at 303-399-1999 .
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