Awareness through Movement®, Six-Week Introductory Series, with Carol Regan, Certified Feldenkrais Method® Practitioner
Tuesdays, 6:15 – 7:15 pm • February 7 – March 13, 2017
$108 for six-week session ($18 per class); Drop-In Fee: $20 per class • Register by January 30th and get one class free.
Awareness through Movement® classes – or the Feldenkrais Method® – offer an exciting holistic approach to health and healing. During class, you are guided through a series of deceptively simple exercises, which have a profound effect on your posture, breathing, and ease of movement. Some classes will focus on lengthening the spine; others on easier sitting, turning, reaching, or bending – things we do in everyday life and can do with greater ease. These classes are a wonderful complement to any exercise program, and are especially beneficial for anyone experiencing fatigue, pain, or restriction of movement. Benefits include deeper relaxation and fuller breathing as well as improved emotional well being and comfort. To register or for more information, email email@example.com or call 301-565-8208
Carol Regan, MPH, Feldenkrais® Awareness through Movement® Practitioner, has been involved in health, health care and healing for the past thirty-five years. She began practicing this Method nearly 10 years ago, and is committed to individual and small group learning to improve health, well-being and healing.
Yoga and Meditation with Aphrosoul
Wednesday, February 15 to May 17 • 12 PM – 1 PM
$10 per class of $140 for 14 classes
A beginner’s yoga class with focus on breath and alignment, some moment as well as more static postures, concluding with a short meditation to connect and reset back to your higher self. the class is guided by Aphrosoul Lukumi (Disc Jockey, Spiritual Guide, 200 Hour Certified Yoga Teacher, Usui Reiki 2 Practitioner).
For more information, contact Aphrosoul at firstname.lastname@example.org; for registration and payment paypal.me/indigenousbohemian/10 or paypal.me/indigenousbohemian/140
A Family Constellations Workshop: Healing Ancestral Wounds through the Energy Field, with Carol Heil, LCSW-C & Members of The Constellations Group
Sunday, April 9, 20 17 • 9:30 AM to 5 PM (Please come at 9:15 for Registration)
$125 per person (Certificates of attendance available)
Family Constellations vividly demonstrate the profound impact of our families and ancestors. Hidden family events and dynamics from past generations may manifest in our current lives as illness, relationship problems, addiction, symptoms in children, lack of purpose, depression, anxiety, mental illness, etc. Bert Hellinger, an international figure in the healing community, developed this method to uncover hidden dynamics which entangle us in fates not truly our own, but the legacy of others who did not resolve them in their lifetimes.
You must see and feel the constellation process in order to get it. Serving as a representative is like stepping into the soul of the family. It is as though the representatives are “channeling” the family energy field of the client—thus revealing the unseen forces that have held current family members captive in life patterns not previously understood. Constellations reveal root causes of pain and “stuckness” and offer an opportunity for healing and transformation.
Members of The Constellations Group are all helping professionals and graduates of The Hellinger Institute USA. They have led workshops at Crossings as well as at National Integrated Health Associates (NIHA) and other organizations for over 13 years. Carol Heil, LCSW-C (301) 899-4841 or email@example.com; Betsy Hostetler, Phd (202) 362-8672 or firstname.lastname@example.org; Mary Rentschler M.Ed (202) 244-8280 or email@example.com
TO REGISTER: Go to www.theconstellationsgroup.com where you can register by PayPal. Or send a check to: The Constellations Group, 4920 43rd Place, NW, Washington DC 20016
JOURNALING AS A CREATIVE PRACTICE: A one-day retreat, with Nicole Salimbene and Susi Wyss
Sunday, April 30, 2017 • 10:00 – 3:00 pm
$80.00 per person. All materials are included with the fee.
This one-day workshop is designed for people who don’t consider themselves artists or writers, but are open to playful exploration of art and writing as a means of self-discovery. Nicole and Susi will lead participants in writing and art exercises introducing the practice of keeping a journal as a tool for reflection, self-inquiry and wellness. This is not a class to learn formal art or writing skills, but rather an invitation to use art and writing as a contemplative practice. To register, email Nicole Salimbene at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (240) 367-2301.
Nicole Salimbene has created a method for using the artistic process to develop mindfulness and to enrich vocational wellness, and has brought this approach to various academic institutions, community settings and professional associations. She has led workshops in contemplative art making practices in affiliation with American University, Clark University, the Lama Foundation, The Center for Contemplative Mind in Society and Ghost Ranch. A visual artist with an interdisciplinary approach, she works in painting, sculpture and installation exploring issues of transformation. To see more of Nicole’s work, please go to her website: www.nicolesalimbene.com.
Susi Wyss is an author and public health professional with an interest in the use of writing for healing. She has worked in public health for over 20 years, most of it on women’s health and HIV programs in West and Central Africa. The author of The Civilized World, a novel set in Africa that was named “A Book to Pick Up Now” by Oprah Magazine, Susi has maintained a lifelong journaling practice.