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 .
Join Randy Miller for this FREE sampler of a Soul Motion journey.
Date: Saturday, April 2, 2016
Join Randy Miller for this second Free Sampler of another aspect of a Soul Motion class: Moving Meditation.
Date: Sunday, April 3, 2016
Improving physical balance is an increasingly popular goal for active middle-aged and older adults. Research shows that the Asian arts of Tai Chi and Qigong are superior methods for bolstering balance and lowering the risk of falls for older adults. Join Eric, long time Tai Chi and Qigong instructor, to learn and practice effective ways to improve your balance.
Date: Saturday, November 21
Jennifer will guide you as you comfortably and safely give and receive massage, learn specific massage therapy techniques, maximize pain relief with proper communication, and listen to what the body is saying. This is a great opportunity to connect with a partner, friend, or family member and to take care of one another. No experience necessary. Must be at least 18 yrs. old. Early Bird through April 11, $75 per couple. April 12-25, $95. All materials and oils includes. Special Gift: One lucky pair who attends will receive a free, private session/lesson in partner massage.
Date: Saturday, October 17
Time: 2:30-5:30 p.m.
Cost: $75 per couple through Oct 1; $95 after
Through the practice of empathy, we learn to listen respectfully to others by emptying our mind and listening with our whole being. Empathy allows us to repair relationships, resolve conflicts and strengthen our connection with others.
Date: Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015
Time: 2:00-5:15 p.m.
Investment: $35; make checks payable to Rocky Mountain Compassionate Communication Network; All proceeds benefit RMCC
Do you say things to yourself that you would never say to a friend? do you often put other people’s needs and interests before your own? Do you question what is “wrong” with you, or do you frequently criticize and judge yourself? If you answer yes to one or more of the questions above, consider this sampler.
Proceeds benefit the rocky Mountain Compassionate Communication Center: www.rmccc.net.
Date: Saturday, February 7, 2105
Time: 2:15 – 5:15 p.m.
To Register and Pay: Contact Anita Foxworth: 303-369-0295 or email@example.com
Thai yoga massage is a dynamic massage practice that focuses on stretching, opening energy lines, breath work and relaxation. During this workshop, you will work with a partner while Talai guides you through a massage sequence. Sign-up with a partner or connect with someone in the class. No massage experience necessary. Please wear comfortable workout or yoga type clothing.
If you have any questions about Thai Massage, contact Talai @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: Sunday, March 30
Time: 1:00 – 3:15
Price: $25; or sign-up with a partner for $20 each
Come honor love in its many forms through poetry, myth and music. Walk the path of the labyrinth as you shed your busy mind and come into a place of quiet, peace and love. Free!! Just bring an open heart. Call Tina to reserve a spot: 303-399-1999.
Date: Friday, February 14
Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Cost: Free; please call to reserve a spot: 303-399-1999
Settle in for an afternoon of deeply restorative poses that allow you to renew your body and spirit. Using stories and poems, Margie will guide you to a state of deep relaxation that leaves you time for reflection and stillness. This is a perfect way to relax and refocus as you gear up for the last few days of the holiday shopping and party season!
Date: Sunday, December 18, 2011
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Admission: $20 Includes complimentary tea & chocolate!
Experience the transformational tones and healing power of Tibetan bowls and planetary gongs tuned to vibrate together in a cosmic harmony. Gary Fishman will take you on a journey that will lift your spirits and open you to greater spiritual growth.
Date: Saturday, September 21, 2013
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
FREE Community Event
Join us for a FREE celebration of the movement arts of Qigong. Learn 4 different forms from long-time instructors Isabelle Mollien, Anna Pergola, Steve Bradley and Eric Imbody.
Then join us for a potluck after the classes to get to know other members of the Denver Qigong Community.
Date: Saturday, October 1
Come Celebrate the Summer Solstice at the first DtS Jam.
We will flow from QiGong movements, to Strengthening, to Nia and Zumba and Gyrokinesis, and from Hula and Feldenkrais to Yoga. Join us for an hour and fifteen minutes of all your favorite modalities of movement and stillness.
All proceeds go to the the donation based Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Class at DtS.
Date: Friday, June 21, 22013
Time: 6:00-7:15 p.m.
Cost: $15 (this event only; $20 for Friday and Sunday events together)
Grounded in compassion and the universallity of human needs, Compassionate Communication helps transform patterns of communication that often lead to conflict or disconnection. Learn how you can improve and enrich your relationships with family, friends, colleagues.
Date: Saturday, April 20, 2013
Time: 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Cost: $35; to register call or email Susan: 303-941-6414; email@example.com
Join Eric and the Dancing the Soul community as we celebrate World Tai Chi and Qigong Day. Meet at Mayfair Park across the street from Dancing the Soul. In case of inclement weather, meet in the Studio for a one hour class.
Date: Saturday, April 28, 2012
Time: 11:00 – 12:30 p.m.
Jill is a Nia Black Belt instructor and Nia Faculty Trainer. She has enjoyed 13 years of teaching Nia in the Boulder area. Jill brings high energy, dynamism and somatically-skilled
cueing to her Nia classes. She is a teacher of conscious movement and will inspire your creativity while pushing you to your next level of fitness – mindfully, with a focus on pleasure in the body. A self-proclaimed “anatomy junkie,” Jill brings an integral knowledge of the body to her classes. Students appreciate her athletic yet compassionate teaching style, as well as her ability to adapt choreography for a variety of movement abilities and body types. “I have always loved to move my body in an expressive way. To share the joy and pleasure of living in a body that seeks pleasure over pain and to grow older in a healthy vibrant body is a gift I love sharing.” When Jill is not teaching classes you will find her cheering on one of her kids at a dance recital, spending time with her sweet grandson, or sipping a bhakti Chai and listening to “Discover Weekly” on Spotify.
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Expect an experience of engaging inspiration in Margie’s Nia classes; her innate joy of movement is contagious. Margie is a White Belt Nia instructor and has an extensive dance background, starting with formal training at age 4, years of tap, ballet, modern, and now, Nia!
Margie first discovered Nia in 2013, in Durango, CO, and after years of exploring a variety of forms of movement, has finally found the unique, comprehensive and pleasurable fitness experience of Nia. Margie is also a psychotherapist with close to 15 years experience, currently working in integrated healthcare. Her training also includes teaching spiritual practices, such as meditation.
Stacey Bramley is a psychotherapist, yoga instructor, and Trauma-Informed yoga therapist in Denver, CO. She is also the owner of Mindful Awakening Counseling & Wellness, her private practice in Denver. Yoga helps Stacey find connection with her body, acceptance for herself, and serves as a safe space to handle stress, life transitions, and challenging days.
As a Trauma-Informed yoga instructor, Stacey creates a safe space for individuals struggling with anxiety and those who identify with trauma. She uses the teachings of yoga to assist in self-regulation and the ability to handle triggering situations. Trauma Informed yoga and Yoga for Stress & Anxiety uses movement, breath, neurophysiology, and yogic philosophy to support the re-wiring of neural pathways in the brain to help resolve traumatic memories and anxiety provoking situations. It also activates the parasympathetic nervous system, our rest and digest state of being.
Each day, Stacey is amazed by the healing that can occur when one develops awareness of the body; she feels incredibly honored to have the opportunity to support individuals on their life journey.
“Through gaining a mastery of our sensations, and reclaiming the power in our bodies, we come to a place of authentic autonomy, where, self-empowerment comes via the route of the body.” Peter Levine
The heart, body and mind will all be accessed through breathing, mindfulness, and loving kindness. Ideal for first-time meditators; for all ages and physical abilities.
Practice the art of meditation: calm the body and heart.