Feldenkrais Class with Michelle Huber
Monday, March 11th, 8:30-9:30 PM
33 Hawley Street, Northampton Arts Trust Building
$10 in advance by, pay through Paypal or $12 at the door
NEW TO FELDENKRAIS? Arrive at 8:15 for an intro of what to expect!
**Feldenkrais is a learning, mindful, embodied practice of slowing down and experiencing how you move. In a lesson we combine our own curiosity and awareness with Moshe Feldenkrais' profound knowledge of coordination and developmental movement patterns. It's a practice of decreasing doing and increasing awareness.
Wear layers, it's really common for your body temperature to drop as your nervous system relaxes.
For more information or to pay for your spot, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Lauren Bent, RYT500, in a LivFree® vinyasa practice that will allow you to lengthen your physical body, connect to your breath, and expand your self-love!
$10 drop-in rate
Sundays 4:30pm-5:30pm, Classes start April 14
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In this all-bodies-welcome class, we explore asana, pranayama and philosophical themes as they relate to real life experiences. We’ll use the yoga mat as a “laboratory” to explore not only physicality, functional movement, and proprioception, but also the more subtle realms of mind and heart. Expect plenty of invitations to deep inner listening, smart out-of-the-box approaches to postures, and a lovely community of supportive fellow practitioners.
Tuesdays, 6:00–7:15pm, January 8 - April 30, 2019
$15 Drop-In; $180 Semester Pass; Sliding Scale 10-$15 available as needed -- cash preferred; you can also pay online: https://www.mollykitchen.com/northampton-class-pass
A 9-week series taught by Rythea Lee and Samantha Burnell
Sunday nights, January 13 - March 17, 6-8pm
Sessions will be held in two different locations
Northampton Center for the Arts, 33 Hawley Street
January 13; February 10 & 24; March 3, 10 & 17
School for Contemporary Dance & Thought, 25 Main St, STE 444
January 20 & 27; February 3
Human beings are meant to live in community, to be in relationships where true intimacy can flourish, where pain and joy are shared equally with compassion.
Peer Counseling is the practice of learning to give and receive empathetic, caring, love and support. We will cover material that is good for beginners and for people who have experience and want to be a in group doing this work regularly.
The aim of this class is to learn the skills and gain resources to:
-Feel less alone in your life
-Allow feelings to cycle through without getting blocked
-Have new insights that move your life forward
-Create relationships that support you to have true intimacy
-Wake up emotional, mental, physical, spiritual, and creative avenues of expression
-Gain the ability to act and make choices with confidence
If you have been in crisis recently or currently, please email us before you register to discuss if this course is appropriate for you.
To register go to http://samanthaburnell.com/workshops/
Or call Rythea 413 586-7390 or Samantha 413 824-2870
Cost is $300, with a $100 deposit to hold your spot. Payment plans available. Due to our commitment to addressing white privilege and societal racial inequality, we offer scholarships for people of color. Please inquire.