Place: 4th Floor of the Emily Couric Cancer Center at the UVA Medical Center Dates: Nov 3, Nov 10 and Nov 17 Time: 3:00 – 4:15pm (includes 15 minute demonstration/introduction) Cost: FREE to all Medical Center and UVA Employees
Within every woman, there is an artist, inspiratrice and Wise Woman ready to guide us in shaping a vibrant life that is infused with soul and authentic expression. In this women’s expressive arts retreat, we will use art-making, authentic movement, writing, poetry, and mindfulness practices to call forth the Creatress within.
Exploring metaphors of nature, along with images in our artistic expressions, we will awaken to the depths of artistry, resourcefulness and body wisdom within us–welcoming the return of the summer while tending the creative ﬁre within. Whether you are new to the expressive arts or want to dive deeper into your explorations, this retreat offers an enlivening and supportive space to re-imagine your life through art while cultivating contemplative arts practices that will enrich your everyday life.
Women’s Expressive Arts Retreat With Jena Leake, Ph.D., R.E.A.T. Friday, June 6, from 6 – 9 pm, and Saturday, June 7, from 10:30 am – 6 pm At the HTC Dojo $150 before May 9 or $165 after May 9 (includes art materials) 10% Discount for Hiromi T’ai Chi Students For more information and to register, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is Hiromi Johnson. I am a founder and director of Hiromi T’ai Chi, a non-profit educational organization teaching the art and health benefits of T’ai Chi in Charlottesville community.
I am originally from Tokyo, Japan. My husband and I moved to Charlottesville 15 years ago. In Japan, we celebrate “Respect the Elderly” on the third Monday in September. It is a holiday to honor the elderly citizens. The origin of this national holiday traces back to September 15, 1947.
I would like to bring this tradition to honor the senior citizens. Hiromi T’ai Chi will hold the “Respect the Elderly” Week from September 9 (Mon) to 15 (Sun). Our instructors and I would like to visit centers and organizations to give a 30 – 45 minute T’ai Chi presentation for free on a first come, first served basis. Please choose your preferred date and time from the attached schedule chart.
T’ai Chi is proven to prevent falls in elderly and people in wheelchairs can practice, too.
I have been working with Mary Williams Senior Center and they put up a video of our class on Youtube. Please check it out below.
I am excited to share the benefit of T’ai Chi with seniors. If you are interested in this program, please contact us at email@example.com.
I look forward to sharing this wonderful exercise with your community.
Join Caverly Morgan, the founder and director of the Portland, OR based nonprofit, One House of Peace, for a mindful eating seminar on May 12.
This workshop will be an opportunity to delve into the nuances of bringing consciousness to what we eat and how we eat it. Through guided imagery, mindful eating exercises, journaling and group discussion, we will reveal the conditioned habits we’ve created around food and open ourselves to a practice that allows eating to become a nourishing and joyous event.
Join us as we create a relationship with food based on presence, compassion and consciousness. This workshop is an invitation to transform how you relate to food through bringing Awareness Practice with you to the table every time you sit down to eat.