This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.LEARN MORE
Eilzabeth’s focussed yoga classes build strength, balance, and flexibility to integrate body, mind, and breath. Elizabeth has been teaching yoga since 1993. Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, firstname.lastname@example.org Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $70 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $16 drop-in
This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to www.katiejayyoga.com
We practice together in a supportive enviornment. Ellen has taught for 42 years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. She is certified in the Iyengar tradition and continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome.
Instructor: Ellen Serber,
Mondays ongoing, 10–11:30 AM / $40 per
month / $15 drop-in
THE MYSTERY NOVEL
We continue to explore the focus established in previous meetings. We’ll read police procedurals alternating between novels concerning the two world wars, and those set in the present time. Noting how classic mystery fiction themes: greed, money, and love interface with the scars of war. Instructor: Joan Hamerman Robbins, 415-868-0835, email@example.com.
2nd Saturdays, January 10–June 13, 10:30 AM–Noon / $70
Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.LEARN MORE
THROUGH THE EAR TO THE HEART— SING THE MUSIC
OF HILDEGARD VON BINGEN
Devi Mathieu has been teaching Hildegard’s music in the medieval oral tradition for 15 years. Instructor: Devi Mathieu,707-829-0815, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.numinacenter.org
Thursday, 7–8:30 PM, April 23 / $10–20, sliding scale, no one turned away.
A co-creative movement experience exploring individual creativity and open-ended improvisational structures. Join us for self discovery
and fun. No dance experience necessary. Contact: Theresa Elaine Prince, 415-663-1289.
Wednesdays ongoing, 5:30 – 7:00 PM
We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary. Led by Buddhist priests Stuart and Carrie Kutchins (415) 669-1733 / email@example.com. Donations gratefully accepted.LEARN MORE
Come breathe, move, and play with fundamental techniques of self-healing. This class will be seriously fun, as we stimulate every cell in our bodies for detoxification, loosen all the joints for mobility, and improve the flow of Qi (life energy) in our meridian system. You will learn all the major organ meridians and the 18 most important acupressure points. We will flow with an easy five-minute Qigong Tai Chi style that improves balance and coordination, and harmonizes our energy with the Universe; we may even advance to levitation depending on group willingness. We’ll finish each class with quiet standing or sitting to allow integration and healing of body-mind-spirit energies.
Instructor: Christopher Anderl, 415-250-7219