Uncover your habits. Learn new possibilities for moving and thinking. Why not? You’ll find more energy, better concentration, more pleasure in moving, and increased joy.
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Choose between drop-in classes and in-depth series.
Workshop: Meet Your Feet (In Person)
Sat., July 16, 1-4 pm, in Boston
- Walk on feet that feel like pillows?
- Clarify what good balance feels like?
- Experience ease in standing?
- Discover what some of the 26 bones in your feet are useful for?
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, join us for this workshop. We’ll investigate the structure and function of your feet, the unsung heroes of your body. Discover how clarifying the use of your feet leads to ease and freedom of movement throughout your body. Limit: 15. Room for 11 more as of 6/30.
WHERE: Boston Shambhala Meditation Center, 646 Brookilne Avenue.
COST: $40 Early Bird (by July 4); $55 Regular. Register on the Boston Shambhala website.
Access Your Innate Strength: Drop in (Online)
The theme: connecting with your innate strength, the physical & mental resources you have just below the surface you’ve forgotten about.
WHEN: Thursdays, 12:30-1:30 pm ET. Register here.
WHERE: Wherever you are: class is on Zoom.
You can come to just one class, all of them, or anything in between.
Discover Yourself from the Ground Up (Online)
6-week series begins May 16
Uncover habits which interfere with your ease of moving and thinking.
This six-week series begins with your connection with the ground: your feet, and ends with your head. Bring support and through your entire skeleton. You’ll feel lighter, breathe more easily, and improve balance.
Taught by Angela Alston, GCFP, MFA.
WHEN: 6 Mondays, May 16-June 27 (skip Memorial Day), 7:30-8:45 pm ET/ 6:30-7:45 pm CT/4:30-5:45 pm PT.
WHERE: Wherever you are! Class takes place on Zoom.
COST: $125. Register here. Use code “COVID” for 30% special rate if you’re riding the ‘Rona coaster.
Choose between a series and the whole Discover Yourself from the Ground Up set. Find your options here on Soundwise.