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public classes at Yachats Inn Tea House
All public classes, April 1 & 2, drop-in $8 each

March 31-April 2 Retreat for Self-Care

Step into an adventure of growth and rejuvenation

Sharing, pampering, ocean, Nia, creating, good food, meditation, Qi gong, music, hot tub, presence,              loving your body, sounding, appreciation, possibility
Yachats Inn
In the village of Yachats, on the Oregon Coast
Register with Janet Hollander, janet@movingtowardhealth.com

Full participants $160 ( does not include food and lodging)

      Saturday only $80 

Group dinner Friday night (included), prepared together as a way of uniting us in our weekend.

Full day retreat Saturday, at the Yachats Inn Teahouse, or at the beach

 

A Whole New Way for Gardeners

             for a Happy Body in the Garden

Monday, May 1st  1:00-4:00   $45

Location: Heeran Center, 2222 Coburg Rd., Eugene

Learn simple Nia Technique tips

fine-tuned for the gardeners way

Take home physical and mental tools for a

pain-free gardening season

based on Nia principles

Learn how to BEND, SQUAT, REACH and PULL

 supported by POWER, AGILITY, AND JOY!

Discover how to move so you are not stiff the day after

 gardening…   and what to do if you are.

 

(We may practice our skills tidying up the Trauma Healing Project garden

     as a service project during the workshop,

     though this is not required)

 Instructor Janet Hollander is a Nia Technique teacher, Black Belt,                                                                                                                  and Trainer who loves to apply her Nia experience to everyday life.

                      Please PRE REGISTER   with check and email to:

janet@movingtowardhealth.com

 

Nia for Bone Density and Balance

BRING THIS WORKSHOP TO YOUR GROUP – – While you are busy having a great time dancing to the music, your body can be growing stronger and building your bones. Learn how to use the moves in Nia choreography to keep your bones strong and help prevent falls. Based on research from Oregon State University.