Upcoming Workshops, Films & Events
at The Arlington Center

Preregistration is recommended for workshops!




August

Special Extended Class! RESTORATIVE YOGA with David Schouela
Sunday, August 3, 4-6:30pm
Join yoga & meditation teacher David Schouela for a special extended restorative yoga class. Restorative yoga allows the nervous system to quiet and return to a balanced state, quieting the mind. At the same time the body gently stretches and opens, releasing chronic patterns of tension. And, as attention focuses on each breath, Restorative Yoga also cultivates the qualities of mindfulness and presence. Read more in David's recent article. $20 or class card + $5

MERIDIAN YOGA: Opening The Energetic Pathways
with Daniel Orlansky
Saturday, August 9, 12-7pm
Using gentle pressure, body weight, and skillful touch to open the body's energy pathways, we will work with a partner to increase our range of motion and perfect our alignment in yoga asanas associated with the fourteen meridians of Chinese medicine. A modern stretching method called resistance/PNF stretching will be taught, along with shiatsu and Thai Yoga massage. When we release the tensions that we store in our bodies, we experience a profound alignment of body, mind and soul. As nature's energy streams through us, the heart begins to sing and we become connected to the universal life force that bridges heaven and earth, sun and moon, and all of nature. Feel free to attend by yourself, or with a friend. $100, preregistration strongly recommended
Daniel Orlansky, MA, ERYT-500, a yoga teacher since 1992, is certified in Jnana Yoga, Kali Ray TriYoga and Kundalini Yoga, and is the originator of Meridian Yoga. He holds a masters degree in Expressive Art Therapy/Dance Therapy from Lesley University and has been a visiting lecturer in movement studies at Tufts University. A graduate of the Boston Shiatsu School, Daniel teaches regularly at the Kripalu Center, the Omega Institute, and in Europe, and also directs yoga teacher trainings worldwide. He has co-directed two yoga DVD's: Hands-On! Skillful Assists for Yoga Asana, and Yoga and Vision Improvement. Visit Daniel on the web at yogaofenergyflow.com

Live Improv! An Evening With TRUE STORY THEATER
Saturday, August 9, 7:30pm
True Story Theater, an Arlington-based improvisational theater company, wants to hear about your life. This troupe of skilled listeners will honor each story through the power of improvisatory drama, music, and movement. The stories you share will magically be brought to life as we explore this important common theme.  Come celebrate our community, bring a friend, share a special story, or just watch, listen and enjoy! General admission $15 or class card at door ~ $10 for students/elders/low income ~ $20 for arts supporters
Tonight: Stories of Our Disowned Selves
What parts of ourselves have we cast off because of shame or other repugnance? How have we grown because of releasing these parts? Have we lost anything valuable? Have those disowned selves made us stronger...or are they still inside of us whispering perhaps some important messages? This evening is a time to celebrate growth and explore what might still be waiting to come out of the shadows

YOGA Rx: Ease Your Depression & Anxiety with Liz Owen
A Workshop For Yoga Teachers & Therapeutic Practitioners
Sunday, August 10, 9:30am-12:30pm
In this workshop you will learn about the dynamics and practice of yoga as it relates to depression and anxiety, and you will take away an understanding of how to practice and teach asana and breathwork practices that are helpful for working with varying symptoms of depression and anxiety. Both discussion and practice portions are based on NIH-funded research co-authored by Owen and conducted at Boston University School of Medicine. The practice portion of the workshop includes active and restorative asanas, pranayama, and therapeutic deep relaxation. This workshop is suitable for yoga teachers and all therapeutic practitioners who work seeking to deepen their knowledge of working with depression and anxiety. $45, preregistration strongly recommended
Liz Owen is an inspiring and passionate yoga teacher. She combines physical and energetic alignments with meditative action to create an innovative and transformative class experience. She has taught since 1990 and is known for her light-hearted teaching style as well as for the depth of her knowledge. Liz has studied Iyengar, vinyasa, classical hatha yoga and meditation extensively for 30 years, and has studied with masters of various traditions, including Thich Nhat Hanh, B.K.S. Iyengar, Patricia Walden, Dharma Mittra, Erich Schiffmann, Rod Stryker, T.K.V. Desikachar, and Vasant Lad. Visit Liz on the web at www.lizowenyoga.com

Sunday Morning DHARMA TALK & MEDITATION with Lama Tsering
Sunday, August 10, 10-12n
You’re invited to receive Buddhist teachings (dharma), practice meditation, and experience the relevance and benefits of Buddhist philosophy and meditation in daily life. People of all ages, backgrounds, and beliefs are welcome to this freely offered biweekly event ~ donations gratefully accepted 
Tsering Ngodup is a lama, or spiritual teacher, authorized to teach by HH ShaMar Rinpoche. He has devoted over twenty years to sharing the religious and spiritual teachings of Tibetan Buddhism in the West. He has traveled across the world, translating and interpreting Buddhist teachings for highly accomplished Tibetan lamas and masters from all four schools of Tibetan Buddhism. He is currently a chaplain at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Brookline, MA

SHAMANIC JOURNEY CIRCLE with Comma Williams
Sunday, August 10, 7-9pm
Shamanic journeying is a tool that has been traditionally used by indigenous shamans for the healing of individuals and communities. Most commonly, shamans use drums and rattles to shift their consciousness into non-ordinary reality, a trance-like state, to communicate with their helping guides and spirits. We know now that anyone can learn to journey, to connect with their own helping guides and spirits in non-ordinary reality in order to get answers to personal questions, solve problems, open creativity, see new ways of being in the world and obtain healing information for themselves and their community. Join Comma Williams for this journey circle where we will travel into non-ordinary reality and ask for information to help us get clarity about our path for this coming year. At the end of the journey you will have an opportunity to create a visual representation of your journey, to help ground it in ordinary reality, to make it visible in this world. $15 or class card

KIRTAN with Shubalananda plus special guests
Saturday, August 16, 7:30pm
Created by ancient Indian rishis from Vedic mantras, kirtan is a yoga of sound - an evening of beautiful music and heartfelt call-and-response singing. No previous experience is necessary to experience its emotional depth, yet powerful as it is, kirtan is effortless and incredibly enjoyable. Shubalananda (Larry Kopp) has been leading kirtan for many years, having studied with Neem Karoli Baba, Sathya Sai Baba, Karunamayi and Shree Maa. His guitar & harmonium playing and voice of experience gives his kirtan a power and a heartfulness that is shared with all who join in. Find out more at www.shubalananda.com. Freely offered ~ please make a donation!

EMBODIED VOICE AND THE ART OF PRESENCE:
A Workshop for Yoga Teachers with Billie Jo Joy
Thursday, August 14, 9am-12:30pm
Borrowing from the art of improvisation, we will explore how to be fully present with ourselves and our students. We will discuss the wide variety of settings in which yoga is being taught in today’s world. We will challenge assumptions of what it means to be present and, through fun and rigorous exercises, awaken any dullness we find in our selves. The voice is the primary channel through which teaching is transmitted. Offering a combination poetic and practical exercises, the training will also focus on vocal skills for yoga teachers
$45 - preregistration strongly recommended
Billie Jo Joy, EdM, RYT is co-founder and co-manager of Art & Soul Yoga in Cambridge, MA (since 2000). She has studied Iyengar yoga for over 20 years and is Kripalu certified. She offers public and private classes, and retreats in Mexico and Italy. Her teaching is ornamented with yogic philosophy, experiential anatomy, and poetry. She offers a safe and friendly environment for deep practice. Having earned a master’s degree in education from Harvard University, specializing in leadership and creativity, Billie Jo also studied trance dance and healing and then worked there in the fields of international education and mind–body medicine. She worked on projects with the Dalai Lama in India and Qi masters in China. Billie Jo also has numerous credits for her work in dance, theater and film and is a member of the Screen Actors Guild. She continues to work creatively on a number of projects, and is a well-loved teacher, creating classes that aim to address embodiment, the mind-body connection, and expressivity. Billie Jo has taught at Salem State College and The Boston Conservatory, and is currently on the faculty at Emerson College. Email Billie Jo

Open House ~ All Welcome!
THE YOGA OF ENERGY FLOW 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training
Sunday, August 17, 5-6:30pm - free!
Join us for an informal Q & A about the upcoming 200 hour Yoga Alliance-approved yoga teacher training programs starting in September at the Arlington Center. Meet teachers and graduates, join us for some yoga, and enjoy the refreshments to follow. The core study is vinyasa flow yoga in which breath, movement and asana are combined with correct alignment and sequence into a transformative practice. Students will leave this training fully prepared to teach vinyasa style yoga classes and will have a comprehensive understanding of yoga asana, pranayama, anatomy of yoga, hands-on assists, shiatsu/thai bodywork, yogic philosophy, and meditation techniques. The Yoga Of Energy Flow program is directed by Daniel Orlansky & Liz Owen with Carrie Tyler, and features guest faculty including Chip Hartranft. For more details, please click on the link above - you can also email Daniel or call him at 866-702-6197

OCEAN, ROCK, & SKY
Annual Summer Yoga Retreat in Rockport with Annie Hoffman
Friday-Sunday, August 22-24
Come enjoy a lively gathering in a rustic setting on the rocky coast of Rockport, MA. Conveniently located 1 hour north of Boston, our retreat will convene Friday evening by 6 for dinner and introductions. There will be social silence in the mornings, 5 hours of yoga a day and time to relate to the gorgeous, natural setting of granite and quarries. Optional workshop ayurvedic cooking will be available as well. Be prepared to live together in a rustic setting, sleeping dorm style with one public bathroom. Veronica Wolff will prepare ayurvedic, vegetarian meals. $325/week through July 1st, $350 after, includes room and board. Preregistration strongly recommended - 15 students maximum - contact Annie to register

Release Into RESTORATIVE YOGA
with Karen Barbarisi and Keith Herndon
Saturday, August 23, 2-4PM
Join Karen Barbarisi and Keith Herndon for an in-depth experience of Restorative Yoga - a therapeutic system that uses the comfortable support of cushions & blankets to nurture the body in various gentle, long held resting postures. Restorative Yoga allows the nervous system to completely quiet and return to a balanced state, quieting the mind. At the same time the body gently stretches and opens, releasing even chronic patterns of tension. And, as attention focuses on each breath, Restorative Yoga also cultivates the qualities of mindfulness and presence. The afternoon will unfold with a brief sequence of flowing Kripalu yoga to warm up and prepare the body, then plunge into profound spheres of tranquility and ease. $35 or class card x 2 + $5 at the door; $28 if registered by August 20th via email with Karen or Keith
Karen Barbarisi and Keith Herndon have been practicing yoga for more than 10 years and are both certified at the 500 hour level by the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health

Sunday Morning DHARMA TALK & MEDITATION with Lama Tsering
Sunday, August 24, 10-12n
You’re invited to receive Buddhist teachings (dharma), practice meditation, and experience the relevance and benefits of Buddhist philosophy and meditation in daily life. People of all ages, backgrounds, and beliefs are welcome to this freely offered biweekly event ~ donations gratefully accepted 
Tsering Ngodup is a lama, or spiritual teacher, authorized to teach by HH ShaMar Rinpoche. He has devoted over twenty years to sharing the religious and spiritual teachings of Tibetan Buddhism in the West. He has traveled across the world, translating and interpreting Buddhist teachings for highly accomplished Tibetan lamas and masters from all four schools of Tibetan Buddhism. He is currently a chaplain at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Brookline, MA

SOUND HEALING CIRCLE with Brad Brockmann & Comma Williams
Sunday, August 24, 7-9pm ~ doors open 6:45, close 7:20
Join us on the last Sunday of the month to explore the transformative healing powers of sound. You will both co-create and receive sound healing, and learn how to improvise music with a healing intention. Bring your favorite instruments or just yourself, your voice and your love. Prior musical or healing experience is welcome but not required. We look forward to seeing you! Suggested donation $10-20



September

Take your career to the next level!
THE TECHNOLOGY OF TOUCH: The Pelvis & Legs
Adjusting Asana For Lasting Change
with Michelle Fleming & William Broder
Saturday, September 6, 12-8pm
You're invited to an introductory workshop designed for bodyworkers, yoga & pilates teachers. You'll learn how to: analyze posture using 'X-ray vision' • see beyond symptoms & find deeper causes • identify key spots in need of attention • work locally to make global change • touch with skill to release restrictions. $185/Early bird $150 by Aug 22 ~ preregistration required with Michelle Fleming

THE ARTIST'S WAY with Kim Childs
Saturday, September 6, 2:30-4pm
Are there dreams and creative projects that you'd like to pursue or revisit? Are you asking, "What's next?" or "What do I really want?" in your life or simply wanting to live more fully expressed? If so join Kim Childs for an introduction to The Artist's Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity by Julia Cameron. Kim uses exercises from this popular book to guide you to a life that reflects your true passions, talents, and desires. No artistic experience is required, and the class is for anyone who wants to live from a more creative and authentic place. You'll leave with ideas for eliminating unproductive habits and making time for what you truly love. Bring a favorite journal or notebook if you have one. $18 or class card at the door
Kim Childs is a Certified Positive Psychology Life and Career Coach, a writer and a Kripalu yoga teacher who leads workshops based on The Artist's Way. Kim's writing is featured in Chicken Soup for the Mother and Daughter Soul, Natural Awakenings magazine Kripalu's Thrive and her blog, A Pilgrim on the Path. Visit her at KimChilds.com

Sunday Morning DHARMA TALK & MEDITATION with Lama Tsering
Sunday, September 7, 10-12n
You’re invited to receive Buddhist teachings (dharma), practice meditation, and experience the relevance and benefits of Buddhist philosophy and meditation in daily life. People of all ages, backgrounds, and beliefs are welcome to this freely offered biweekly event ~ donations gratefully accepted 
Tsering Ngodup is a lama, or spiritual teacher, authorized to teach by HH ShaMar Rinpoche. He has devoted over twenty years to sharing the religious and spiritual teachings of Tibetan Buddhism in the West. He has traveled across the world, translating and interpreting Buddhist teachings for highly accomplished Tibetan lamas and masters from all four schools of Tibetan Buddhism. He is currently a chaplain at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Brookline, MA

AFRICAN HEALING DANCE: A Training with Wyoma
Sunday, September 7, 6:45-9:45pm
What are daily practices that sustain us? Wyoma created the African Healing Dance mastery program to answer that question. This bi-monthly program offers African dance and Improvisation. Included also are practices of meditation, imagery, yoga, massage, and nutrition arts, integrated. The curriculum focuses on Traditional African and Caribbean dance, Ashe Namaste (yoga dance), singing, meditation, and the mystery of the divine feminine. You will both write and dance the abundance of your story. Each 3-month period focuses on a different theme. Sessions feature live or recorded music. The Training offers both a 1-year program and a 2-year certificate track. Participants may attend individual 3-month modules or 7-day intensives. Three 3-month modules are offered each year on 1st & 3rd sundays of the month, Sep-Nov, Jan-Mar, & May-Jul. The 7-day Intensive runs Sun-Sat. 4 hrs/day - next intensive Sep 7-13. 3-month session/$595, 7-day Intensive/$595, 1 year/$1450, 2 years/$2450 - no prior dance experience needed. For registration please contact wyoma@wyomadance.com

BUDDHIST PSYCHOLOGY LECTURE SERIES
Conversations At The Edge
Monday, September 8, 7:45-9:45pm
This monthly continuing education (CE) program presented by the Institute For Meditation & Psychotherapy is for psychotherapists interested in Buddhist psychology, meditation, or mindfulness. Each lecture will address theoretical and clinical issues at the interface of these rich healing traditions, with topics ranging from addictions to forgiveness to countertransference. These community evenings offer an opportunity to gather with colleagues in an informal setting to explore the intersection between Buddhist psychology and modern psychotherapy. This year’s presenters are long- term meditators with significant expertise in practice and in teaching. Each presentation will be followed by Q&A and discussion, moderated by Christopher Willard, PsyD. 2 CE’s are offered each evening to psychologists, social workers, nurses, LMFTs and LMHCs.
$25/members of IMP, $30/non-members, $10/mental health students with ID. 9-month series $175/members, $225/non-members ~ no refunds for missed sessions

Free Info Session!
MINDFULNESS-BASED STRESS REDUCTION with Sunada Takagi
Wednesday, September 10, 7:15-9pm
There’s an increasing body of research showing that mindfulness meditation is good for us – for the body, the mind, and overall well-being. Come learn about the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program, an intensive 8-week course that gets you well on your way to reaping the benefits ~ the full program begins the following week.
Free! All are welcome - no preregistration required
Sunada Takagi is a mindfulness trainer and coach, as well as a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order. She is passionate about helping people transform their lives through mindfulness. Learn more about her at mindfulpurpose.com

Live Improv! An Evening With TRUE STORY THEATER
Saturday, September 13, 7:30-9:30pm
True Story Theater, an Arlington-based improvisational theater company, wants to hear about your life. This troupe of skilled listeners will honor each story through the power of improvisatory drama, music, and movement. The stories you share will magically be brought to life as we explore this important common theme.  Come celebrate our community, bring a friend, share a special story, or just watch, listen and enjoy! General admission $15 or class card at door ~ $10 for students/elders/low income ~ $20 for supporters of the arts ~ all are welcome
Sharing with strangers Stories of trade and gifting. Finding unexpected treasures...or scams? Making new friends and teachers. Sharing possessions, support, ideas, play, and more…

SHAMANIC JOURNEY CIRCLE with Comma Williams
Sunday, September 14, 7-9pm
Shamanic journeying is a tool that has been traditionally used by indigenous shamans for the healing of individuals and communities. Most commonly, shamans use drums and rattles to shift their consciousness into non-ordinary reality, a trance-like state, to communicate with their helping guides and spirits. We know now that anyone can learn to journey, to connect with their own helping guides and spirits in non-ordinary reality in order to get answers to personal questions, solve problems, open creativity, see new ways of being in the world and obtain healing information for themselves and their community. Join Comma Williams for this journey circle where we will travel into non-ordinary reality and ask for information to help us get clarity about our path for this coming year. At the end of the journey you will have an opportunity to create a visual representation of your journey, to help ground it in ordinary reality, to make it visible in this world. $15 or class card

CHRISTIAN CONTEMPLATIVE PRAYER
An Evening Communion with Allen Bourque
Monday, September 15, 7:45-9:15pm
You are invited to an evening of Christian contemplative prayer. For those new to the prayers, Allen will provide orientation and guidance in fostering an openness to the presence and action of the Divine Mystery. For those with established practices, we will have at least two sessions of silent prayer, and time for sharing. Donation $10
Allen Bourque is a Christian contemplative whose primary practice is Centering Prayer.  He is an advanced student of Cynthia Bourgeault and a member of the Board of Contemplative Outreach Boston.  For further information, contact him at allen.bourque@gmail.com

New 8-Week Series!
MINDFULNESS-BASED STRESS REDUCTION with Sunada Takagi
Wednesdays, September 17 - November 5, 7:15-9:30pm,
plus one all-day class on Sunday, November 2, 9-4
Mindfulness isn’t so much a tool or technique, but a different way of being. When we pay attention to our present moments, we begin to see ourselves and our world more clearly. We can step out of our habits and reactions, and choose our responses more wisely. We live in a more conscientious way -– guided by our inner strengths and values rather than by our feelings or external pressures. This 8-week series is a thorough introduction to the art of mindfulness. It’s based on Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn's pioneering work in mind-body medicine originated at the UMass Medical Center.
$450 – preregistration with Sunada required

Sunada Takagi is a mindfulness trainer and coach, as well as a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order. She is passionate about helping people transform their lives through mindfulness. Learn more about her at mindfulpurpose.com

YOGA TWISTS: A Workshop with Anne Curtis
Saturday, September 20, 1-4pm
Join Anne Curtis for an exploration of yogic twists that will deepen your practice and energize your inner organs
$35 or class card x 2 + $5 at the door
Anne Curtis has been teaching student-centered Iyengar-based yoga for more than 10 years. Her goal is for each individual to find their way toward greater understanding of their own body and how to work with yoga poses to bring about a finely tune and mindful balance. She offers classes and workshops in Arlington, Cambridge and surrounding areas through Yoga Within, founded in 2010

KIRTAN with Shubalananda plus special guests
Saturday, September 20, 7:30pm
Created by ancient Indian rishis from Vedic mantras, kirtan is a yoga of sound - an evening of beautiful music and heartfelt call-and-response singing. No previous experience is necessary to experience its emotional depth, yet powerful as it is, kirtan is effortless and incredibly enjoyable. Shubalananda (Larry Kopp) has been leading kirtan for many years, having studied with Neem Karoli Baba, Sathya Sai Baba, Karunamayi and Shree Maa. His guitar & harmonium playing and voice of experience gives his kirtan a power and a heartfulness that is shared with all who join in. Find out more at www.shubalananda.com. Freely offered ~ please make a donation!

Sunday Morning DHARMA TALK & MEDITATION with Lama Tsering
Sunday, September 21, 10-12n
You’re invited to receive Buddhist teachings (dharma), practice meditation, and experience the relevance and benefits of Buddhist philosophy and meditation in daily life. People of all ages, backgrounds, and beliefs are welcome to this freely offered biweekly event ~ donations gratefully accepted 
Tsering Ngodup is a lama, or spiritual teacher, authorized to teach by HH ShaMar Rinpoche. He has devoted over twenty years to sharing the religious and spiritual teachings of Tibetan Buddhism in the West. He has traveled across the world, translating and interpreting Buddhist teachings for highly accomplished Tibetan lamas and masters from all four schools of Tibetan Buddhism. He is currently a chaplain at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Brookline, MA

Special Weekend Retreat!
HOW THE BUDDHA TAUGHT MEDITATION
New Light On The Early Teachings with Chip Hartranft
at the Barre Center For Buddhist Studies
Friday, September 26, 7:30pm - Sunday, September 28, noon
If you're a meditator who has encountered the Buddha's instructions in the Satipatthana or Anapanasati Suttas, have you ever wondered why they don't exactly match what you've experienced or were taught? Meditation was the most important element in Siddhattha Gotama's own path to Buddhahood–it was how he came to see things as they are and know the end of suffering, nibbana, for himself. Important discoveries in recent years, however, have led to a growing scholarly consensus that the key texts laying out the Buddha's meditative path Satipatthana, Anapanasati, and Kayagatasati suttas–are the inventions of later compilers. As we compare our experience to the fragmentary original instructions that have survived and been integrated in sometimes contradictory ways into the Pali Canon, as well as Chinese, Tibetan, Sanskrit and other sources, a new picture begins to emerge: a simpler, more practical and organic approach to the teachings and their application that is both consistent with the Buddha's time and culture, and an antidote to our own. This workshop will consist of illuminated presentation, dialogue, and meditation. For information and registration, click here
Chip Hartranft is the founding director of The Arlington Center, dedicated to the integration of yoga and dharma practice, and has taught a blend of yoga movement, breathwork, and mindfulness in the Boston area since 1978. He is the author of The Yoga-Sutra of Patañjali: A New Translation with Commentary

INTRODUCTION TO FOCUSING
A Mind-Body Approach to Self Understanding,
Acceptance and Growth
with Cathy Cornell & Judith Stein
Saturday, September 27, 2-5pm
Focusing is a gentle, compassionate and non-judgmental way of giving attention to your inner experience. By following a series of steps, focusing helps us to tap into our natural abilities and resources to find a way to accept our reality, gain a healthy perspective on our problems and grow and change in ways that we desire. This 3-hour workshop will give you the basics of Focusing. You will have opportunities to practice the Focusing process and get familiar with felt sensing. You will be able to explore how you might use this process to make change in your life, find what is truly alive for you, deepen your understanding or relieve some stress. We will use experiential exercises and didactic teaching and include time for discussing and sharing. This workshop is for those new to Focusing as well as those who have had some experience. $25 if registration received by 9/24; $30 at the door
Cathy Cornell, LICSW is a social worker and a Focusing-oriented psychotherapist in a private practice in Wellesley. She is a Certified Focusing Trainer and has taught Focusing to individuals and groups. She also practices and studies Buddhism
Judith Stein, PhD is a licensed psychologist and a Focusing-oriented psychotherapist, who has a private practice in Lexington. She is also trained in Mindfulness-Based therapeutic approaches and has been teaching and practicing mindfulness in the Boston area for many years. As a therapist, she relies on her mindfulness practice and focusing orientation as a foundation for her work with others

SOUND HEALING CIRCLE with Brad Brockmann & Comma Williams
Sunday, September 30, 7-9pm ~ doors open 6:45, close 7:20
Join us on the last Sunday of the month to explore the transformative healing powers of sound. You will both co-create and receive sound healing, and learn how to improvise music with a healing intention. Bring your favorite instruments or just yourself, your voice and your love. Prior musical or healing experience is welcome but not required. We look forward to seeing you! Suggested donation $10-20