Check out the events and workshops that we have coming up!
If you have any questions feel free to contact the individual that has more knowledge on that specific event as their contact is listed at the bottom of each event.
If you have any general questions about these events/workshops call 255-YOGA
Poets & Writers of Colorado Mesa University
As part of its cultural mission, Yoga West will be sponsoring the 2014-2015 Poets & Writers of Colorado Mesa University reading series. This series, which is in its seventh year, features readings by creative writers in all genres who are members of the CMU faculty and staff. A typical evening can range from poetry on the Milky Way to fiction about inner city San Francisco to a lyrical essay describing the author’s journey down the Ganges. This event is free and open to the public.
All Poets and Writers events are at 8pm.
February 19, 2015: Linda Du, Labecca Jones, Luis Lopez, Laura Mourning
March 19, 2015: Jennifer Hancock, John Nizalowski, Randy Phillis, Luis Silva-Villar
April 16, 2015: Open Reading
Connect to Your Inner Divine
with Helen Sage
Saturday, January 17 10:30am – 12:30pm
Suggested Donation $20
Let Certified Forrest Yoga Teacher Helen Sage guide you through this tantalizing yoga class to connect you to your inner goddess. Learn how to work through the mish-mash and to get to the heart of the muck that we find in our lives. Class involves calling in the directions, chanting and asana. You are worth the work… come join us and bring your inner godddess.
No sign up necessary. Questions? Call Helen at (970) 318-6995 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Singing Bowls Sound Healing Circle
Tuesday, December 2nd, 8pm-9:30pm
Free will offering
You are invited to bring YOUR OWN voice, instruments, laughter and sound healing tools to share with the group. No musical experience required. Come join with us Tuesday December 2nd 8pm-9:30pm to explore vibrational/energy healing, especially the power of sound and voice for personal and planetary transformation. We will use our voices, crystal singing bowls, Tibetan singing bowls, bells, chimes, gongs, tuning forks, digeridoo, Native American flute, hand drums and percussion. Participants will co-create sound; using instruments, toning, chant, song, vocal improvisation, sonic attunements, hands on techniques (and more) …to help us release blocks, free our voices, reclaim power, accelerate growth and come into fuller expression and harmony.
On Your Face! Maskmaking
Create an exact replica of You ~ Bring a Friend
Instructor: Sara Colburn EdD, CET
Saturday, January 10, 2015 1:30-5:00
Cost: $30 – $20 if paid by January 7
Our face may reflect a rich variety of roles we assume in our daily lives. Maskmaking gives opportunity to play and experiment with the many versions of who we are. As you decorate your mask you have the opportunity to reveal for a brief time something you may want to manifest.
You might discover: a deep hidden or blocked part you never imagined exists; or another side of yourself to recognize, honor and respect, which speaks your language yet never gets to speak – feels your feelings but keeps them hidden – loves to express yet is not given the chance. A mask can help unmask and unveil our multi-sides.
Provided: Plaster strips, Vaseline (protects skin) Acrylic paint, hot glue for decor You bring: A towel and washcloth, plus any materials you may desire to embellish your mask, such as feathers, beads…A headband or clips to hold hair back.
How: Participants pair up and gently apply two layers of small, wet Band-aid size strips to each other’s faces, which will remain there for around a half hour as plaster dries in about 20 minutes – patience required! After scrunching up your face, you remove your mask – it’s like a “birth” – to see your exact countenance. This is an experience of trust and patience (and possibly a pulled hair or two!) Meet your ‘other side’ yet to be revealed as you decorate your countenance – to wear or hang on a wall. Ages: 12 and over
To sign up: Call Sara 970- 263-4501
Pay by cash, check, or Pay Pal.
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