Monthly Archives: July 2014

Energy in Motion, Energy in Stillness

IMG_0900In this yoga class we will explore the energetic body through movement, stillness, visualization, touch, sound, and scent, using awareness to identify and experience how energy moves in yoga and healing practices. Employing both internal and external senses, we will open blocked energy channels, strengthen the inner gaze, and find restoration and release by candlelight.
Offering this class twice in August. Join us Saturday 8/16 or 8/23, from 3p to 5p. Space is limited to 6 students per session. Suggested donation starts at $25, all proceeds will be donated to Make The World Better, a foundation dedicated to improving parks and recreational areas with the intent to provide Philadelphia youth a safer, active, more enjoyable experience.
Taught by Ashley Renee Wagner and Holly Arace.



TINCTURE & SALVE MAKING CLASS

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Learn the art, methods and essentials of making your own botanical extracts (tinctures) and salves facilitated by Herbalist Ryen Eggleston, practicing herbalist of 15 years and co-founder of Tucson Herb Store.

This two hour class will cover the methodology of tincture making; including fresh and dry plant extracts & glycerines, salve making from beginning to end including in depth discussions of the plants and their uses (material medica).

Each participant will leave a 1oz salve of their very own and an enriching skill set to integrate to your lives!
When: Sunday, August 10th, from 10:30-12:30
Cost: $35
About the teacher: Ryen Eggleston had been a practicing herbalist for 15 year.  He studied under Michael Cottingham, Michael Moore, and Erica Roundtree.Space is limited!  To reserve your spot, email: ryeneggleston@gmail.com

Infant Massage Classes

Mother massaging baby

Infant Massage is a positive interaction that cultivates love, compassion, respect, and well-being for infants and children through touch. Early Development aspects influenced by touch are communication, motor skills, socialization, self-help and cognition.

 

There are many benefits for both child and parent, for example- 

Benefits for child:

  • enhances child development
  • more relaxed restful sleeping patterns
  • helps with elimination

Benefits for parents:

  • enhances the bonding/attachment relationship between parent and child
5 one hour session classes will begin in August.

Contact Beverley McNeill, Certified Infant massage instructor, for more information or to enroll: 267 231-8663.