Come and share playful exploration and elements of mindfulness practice with your family; movement, laughter, stillness, affirmation. Parents and relatives with children 8 and up.
By request from a few parents. We’ll need a number of families to commit to make this work. Sunday afternoons in early 2019 TBA. Probably 4 to 5pm. We’ll have some home practice activities for you to share with family between classes in order to enhance learning for the long-term. Reach out to Brantto let him know if you’d like to be in such a series.
I was delighted today to receive a poster in the mail from the Hillsboro Tribune for a Gold Metal Best of Hillsboro awarded to this studio!
Of course it’s not just the place. It’s the thousands of students over nearly 15 years who’ve offered kindness toward one another as they arrive willing to practice and learn. It’s us teachers who are offering our hearts to each student who walks through the door as well as having an earnest devotion to a way of life imbued with the art of compassionate sharing. It’s the physicians, therapists, family members and friends who continue to refer folks to classes and trainings here.
I bow deeply to you all for helping make these small classrooms a place of safe, kind, and playful way to help meet life’s challenges with one another. You all remain in my daily prayers and meditations.
Supporting ourselves and one another these mornings to make a positive difference as society changes so much; elections, social media, rapid changes near and far. More Details
Both Sunday and Wednesday Mornings, 7-8am, throughout October. Just show up.
There is no tuition for this. Freely offered, though only if you sense it would be helpful and appropriate, offer something; consider contributing something in some kind way (effort, funding, material) toward helping you and others meet the difficult changes in our society – a worthy charity, friend, acquaintance, or cause sometime this month. Something that speaks to your larger and compassionate intentions to participate and be a contribution to a changing world.
My bias is that such an offering of something toward a cause that is bigger than you, that addresses your sense of a larger purpose, is very helpful in one’s life and always helpful in making a difference in that cause.
ThisBe-Well Gathering an evening of general overview and discussion of the benefits of mindfulness practice and modified mindful yoga as taught here. We will review research that will help us understand how practice can be appropriately modified for folks with various chronic pain challenges. Books and audio books by authors such as Dr. Lauren Fishman MD and Jon Kabat-Zinn and others will be reviewed and discussed. Hosted by Brant. RSVP. Saturday, October 6th; 5-6:30pm
Many of us need wheelchairs, walkers, canes. and otherwise to help us be mobile.All of us can learn and share a joyful, adapted practice in a chair or otherwise. For many years I offered this class to folks. Once again let’s meet and see if there is interest to move forward with more class and practice together. Free on October 7th; 2-3pm. RSVP. More detailslink.
My mindful hatha yoga classes are an invitation for you to be more at home with yourself; intentions, mind and body. Learning here is an invitation to explore and remember your inherent ability to experience vitality, strength, balance, mental clarity and so much more.
People of all physical abilities are welcomed in my classes. My style doesn’t push or demand. It isn’t ‘yoga-robics’ nor is a quasi-religious exercise. You’re simply invited to move and be kind and attentive to your experience in your unique way whether you are in a wheelchair or preparing for your next triathlon. Learn more: Yoga & Movement Class Descriptions, Videos and More.
This incredible sunset inspired these simple words that flowed toward a dear friend that evening as I awaited a Blue Moon in July of 2015. There on the hilltop looking toward home in Hillsboro. Let me offer this poem, Here, to you as well. As a dear friend no matter who you are.
Perhaps it will speak to you, support you, help you to meet life ‘here’ in some kind way.