Upcoming Workshops, Films & Events
at The Arlington Center

Preregistration is recommended for workshops!




December

Special Dance Event!
5 RHYTHMS: An Ecstatic Moving Meditation
with Margaux Skalecki
Friday, December 9, 7:30-9:30pm
The 5 Rhythms offer an invitation to come as you are ~ no dance experience needed, just your curiosity as a first step to awareness through movement and deeper conscious connection to ourselves and others. We dance as a welcoming back into our bodies by an expressive and connective body warm up, fine tuning our truth in the moment. How do I feel? How is my body doing? What a bringing to my dance? Where do I fit in when I connect with another? Can I give myself permission to honor my whole Being? Where are my feet? Can I witness another person? We follow our feet and breathe. Here, I am my ecstatic self. The 5 Rhythms is an ecstatic and meditative practice of WAVES of vibration and movement. The WAVES Flowing: Find your feet and the earth ~ Staccato: Find your hips, your heartbeat and your fire ~ Chaos: Find the letting go and releasing your head to uncover truths, spontaneous freedom ~ Lyrical: Find your playfulness repetitions, your soul, your wings, your lightness of being ~ Stillness: Find it all The 5 Rhythms honors the sacredness of the dance floor and the sacredness of all Beings. $15 at the door. Please wear comfortable clothes to dance in ~ layers are great for heating up and cooling down ~ wear soft soled shoes, socks or move in bare feet

Release Into RESTORATIVE YOGA*
with Karen Barbarisi and Keith Herndon
Saturday, December 10, 2-4pm
Join Karen Barbarisi and Keith Herndon for an in-depth experience of Restorative Yoga - a therapeutic system that uses the comfortable support of cushions & blankets to nurture the body in various gentle, long held resting postures. Restorative Yoga allows the nervous system to completely quiet and return to a balanced state, quieting the mind. At the same time the body gently stretches and opens, releasing even chronic patterns of tension. And, as attention focuses on each breath, Restorative Yoga also cultivates the qualities of mindfulness and presence. The afternoon will unfold with a brief sequence of flowing Kripalu yoga to warm up and prepare the body, then plunge into profound spheres of tranquility and ease. $35 or class card x 2 + $5 at the door; $28 if registered by December 8 via email with Karen or Keith
Karen Barbarisi and Keith Herndon have been practicing yoga for more than 10 years and are both certified at the 500 hour level by the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health

Live Improv! An Evening With TRUE STORY THEATER
Saturday, December 10, 7:30-9:30pm
True Story Theater, an Arlington-based improvisational theater company, wants to hear about your life. This troupe of skilled listeners will honor each story through the power of improvisatory drama, music, and movement. The stories you share will magically be brought to life as we explore this important common theme. Come celebrate our community, bring a friend, share a special story, or just watch, listen and enjoy! $15 if preregistered online, $20 or class card at door ~ need help? $5+ pay what you can
Tonight: Stories of addiction and recovery - many kinds
What are we addicted to and why? In this show we seek to acknowledge the struggle, whether enormous or small, of addictive behaviors that harm rather than nourish. Each person who chooses to share will be listened to with respect. In partnership with the Opiate Overdose Outreach Initiative of the Arlington Police Department

MOVE TOWARDS MORE MEANINGFUL WORK**
A Group Retreat with Jennifer Earls and Ofer Sharone
Sunday, December 11, 9-5
Are you wanting greater meaning in your work? Feeling unfulfilled or stuck in your career? Ready to tune into your desires and tap your creativity to envision a new career path? You're invited to join us in a day of engaging in mindfulness, creative and reflective writing, movement and partner exercises to get familiar with what you really want and what is holding you back in your career and life path. We'll provide you with the space, skills and support you need to intentionally turn towards yourself in a more curious, self-compassionate way in the process. This retreat is for you, if you ultimately wish to: gain clarity on the "story" you tell about yourself and any patterns that keep you from moving forward ~ learn strategies like mindfulness and meditation, to be more present, listen inwardly, and connect more fully with all parts of yourself ~ expand your capacity to move beyond frustration and uncertainty and toward playful, creative exploration of fresh possibilities for your life and career ~ chart next steps to move towards more meaningful work, and garner the support you'll need along the way. Join us on this exciting journey of discovering and embodying yourself anew so you can move towards the career and life choices that deeply resonate with you! $70 until 11/15; $85 from 11/16-22; $100 from 11/23-30; $125 from 12/1-9 - please register here by december 9
Jennifer Earls is a Contemplative Career Counselor and Mindfulness Teacher - more at dancewithlifeconsulting.com
Ofer Sharone is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at UMass Amherst and the Founder of the Institute for Career Transitions - more at ictransitions.org

SHAMANIC JOURNEY CIRCLE with Comma Williams
Sunday, December 11, 7-9pm
Shamanic journeying is a tool that has been traditionally used by indigenous shamans for the healing of individuals and communities. Most commonly, shamans use drums and rattles to shift their consciousness into non-ordinary reality, a trance-like state, to communicate with their helping guides and spirits. We know now that anyone can learn to journey, to connect with their own helping guides and spirits in non-ordinary reality in order to get answers to personal questions, solve problems, open creativity, see new ways of being in the world and obtain healing information for themselves and their community. Join Comma Williams for this journey circle where we will travel into non-ordinary reality and ask for information to help us get clarity about our path for this coming year. At the end of the journey you will have an opportunity to create a visual representation of your journey, to help ground it in ordinary reality, to make it visible in this world. $15 or class card

Free Info Session!
MINDFULNESS-BASED STRESS REDUCTION with Sunada Takagi
Wednesday, December 14, 7:15-8:45pm
There’s an increasing body of research showing that mindfulness meditation is good for us – for the body, the mind, and overall well-being. Come learn about the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program, an intensive 8-week course that gets you well on your way to reaping the benefits ~ the full program begins the following week.
Free! All are welcome - no preregistration required
Sunada Takagi is a mindfulness instructor and coach, as well as a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order. She is passionate about helping people transform their lives through mindfulness. Learn more about her at mindfulpurpose.com

Special Event! PSYCHODRAMA Open Session with Maria Mellano
Friday, December 16, 7:30pm
Join us for an evening of community building, personal growth and healing while learning about Psychodrama! Open sessions are psychodrama demonstrations offered under the direction of a qualified Psychodramatist to the public. Participate as little or as much as you want! All are welcome - both lay and professional - who are either interested in being part of experiential work for personal growth, want to learn about action techniques that could be used in individual and group psychotherapy, professional coaching and counseling, and/or who are considering joining an ongoing therapy or training group. For details, email Maria Mellano or call 857 284 7237. Sponsored by the NE Chapter of the American Society for Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama. $10 at the door

KIRTAN with Shubalananda plus special guests
Saturday, December 17, 7:30pm
Created by ancient Indian rishis from Vedic mantras, kirtan is a yoga of sound - an evening of beautiful music and heartfelt call-and-response singing. No previous experience is necessary to experience its emotional depth, yet powerful as it is, kirtan is effortless and incredibly enjoyable. Freely offered ~ please make a donation!
Shubalananda (Larry Kopp) has been leading kirtan for many years, having studied with Neem Karoli Baba, Sathya Sai Baba, Karunamayi and Shree Maa. His guitar & harmonium playing and voice of experience gives his kirtan a power and a heartfulness that is shared with all who join in. Find out more at www.shubalananda.com

DHARMA TALK & MEDITATION with Lama Tsering Ngodup
Sunday, December 18, 10-12n
You’re invited to receive Buddhist teachings (dharma), practice meditation, and experience the relevance and benefits of Buddhist philosophy and meditation in daily life. People of all ages, backgrounds, and beliefs are welcome to this freely offered biweekly event ~ donations gratefully accepted 
Tsering Ngodup is a lama, or spiritual teacher, authorized to teach by HH ShaMar Rinpoche. He has devoted over twenty years to sharing the religious and spiritual teachings of Tibetan Buddhism in the West. He has traveled across the world, translating and interpreting Buddhist teachings for highly accomplished Tibetan lamas and masters from all four schools of Tibetan Buddhism. He is currently a chaplain at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Brookline

SOUND HEALING CIRCLE with Brad Brockmann & Comma Williams
Sunday, December 18, 7-9pm ~ doors open 6:45, close 7:20
Join us on the last Sunday of the month to explore the transformative healing powers of sound. You will both co-create and receive sound healing, and learn how to improvise music with a healing intention. Bring your favorite instruments or just yourself, your voice and your love. Prior musical or healing experience is welcome but not required. We look forward to seeing you! Suggested donation $15-25

Special Event! CHRISTMAS DAY YOGA with Barbara Freedman
Sunday, December 25, 9:30-11am ~ all welcome!
Join Barbara Freedman in a special Christmas Day vinyasa yoga flow with modifications for all levels. Celebrate the holiday season with new friends and old; start a family tradition; renew or create an intention to strive for optimum health in mind and body; and share the precious gift of health merely by taking part - a portion of the proceeds will go toward fitness equipment for the nonprofit Arlington Seniors Association, for which donations are gratefully accepted. Enjoy tea and light refreshments afterwards. $18 or class card at the door (or pay what you can)

Special New Years Celebration!
NEW YEAR'S EVE VISION QUEST
Journey to Our Hearts
A night of empowered abundance with Margaux Skalecki
Saturday night, December 31, 8-12:30
We each have paths to walk. We each can be supported by community and walk this path together. Let us release, release 2016 together with respect, and seek a higher ground and vision as we journey to our hearts for ourselves and our communities. We will courageously, joyously and with intention journey into 2017. What to expect in this expressive empowered night of abundance: ceremony, community sacredness, yoga, fun, deep & authentic relating with self and others, being seen and being heard, the 5 Rhythms, shamanic journey, connect with our loving ancestors and be supported. Commune with new or familiar power animal who will stay close by us and guide us on our journey into 2017. Snacks and treats provided as we lift our glasses together and welcome in the New Year with a heartfelt toast. Limited space ~ $38 Early Bird price through December 23 - click PayPal link here - $45 from December 24 on/at door. Attire: wear solid colors (if possible) representing the nations of animals, humans and the elements. Red white, black, yellow blue, green, brown. Bring extra layers of clothing. Wear soft soled shoes, or dance in socks, or bare feet. Bring socks anyway, along with a journal and water



January

Special Event! FIRST MORNING YOGA with Barbara Freedman
Sunday, January 1, 10-11:30am ~ all welcome!
You're invited to start the year with an uplifting yogaflow or vinyasa led by Barbara Freedman. Come with family and friends to share a stretch, let go of tension, and cultivate the ease and joy of well-being. All are welcome to take part in this gentle yet energizing slow yoga flow, culminating in the tranquility of meditation, breath awareness, and lovingkindness. Share a healthy and happy day! $18 or class card at the door or sliding scale if needed

Special Dance Event!
5 RHYTHMS: An Ecstatic Moving Meditation
with Margaux Skalecki
Friday, January 6, 7:30-9:30pm
The 5 Rhythms offer an invitation to come as you are ~ no dance experience needed, just your curiosity as a first step to awareness through movement and deeper conscious connection to ourselves and others. We dance as a welcoming back into our bodies by an expressive and connective body warm up, fine tuning our truth in the moment. How do I feel? How is my body doing? What a bringing to my dance? Where do I fit in when I connect with another? Can I give myself permission to honor my whole Being? Where are my feet? Can I witness another person? We follow our feet and breathe. Here, I am my ecstatic self. The 5 Rhythms is an ecstatic and meditative practice of WAVES of vibration and movement. The WAVES Flowing: Find your feet and the earth ~ Staccato: Find your hips, your heartbeat and your fire ~ Chaos: Find the letting go and releasing your head to uncover truths, spontaneous freedom ~ Lyrical: Find your playfulness repetitions, your soul, your wings, your lightness of being ~ Stillness: Find it all The 5 Rhythms honors the sacredness of the dance floor and the sacredness of all Beings. $15 at the door. Please wear comfortable clothes to dance in ~ layers are great for heating up and cooling down ~ wear soft soled shoes, socks or move in bare feet

Dharma Film Series presents YANGSI
Saturday, January 7, 7pm
Is it possible - or even conceivable - that a stubborn, mischievous 4 year old could be the yangsi or incarnation of one of Tibetan Buddhism's most important and beloved teachers? By a remarkably fortuitous turn of events, filmmaker Mark Elliott was able to be on hand shortly after little Jigme Lhundrup was identified with the late Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, beginning a 14-year cinematic chronicle of Jigme's evolution into a preternaturally compelling spiritual teacher. The stirring Yangsi lets us journey and grow along with the boy and his teachers, their delightful narrations including us in the rigorous but kindhearted training of a lama. We're also privy to their encounter with a rapidly changing 21st century, and to their tradition's flexible, compassionate response. With inspiring observations from Matthieu Ricard, Robert Thurman, and Jigme's family, as well as glimpses of the first Dilgo Khyentse himself, Yangsi celebrates the capacity inherent in us all for wisdom, tranquility, and goodness. Presented with the Institute For Meditation & Psychotherapy. $10 at the door, with free refreshments and post-film discussion; $35/3 CEUs for mental health professionals

DHARMA TALK & MEDITATION with Lama Tsering Ngodup
Sunday, January 8, 10-12n
You’re invited to receive Buddhist teachings (dharma), practice meditation, and experience the relevance and benefits of Buddhist philosophy and meditation in daily life. People of all ages, backgrounds, and beliefs are welcome to this freely offered biweekly event ~ donations gratefully accepted 
Tsering Ngodup is a lama, or spiritual teacher, authorized to teach by HH ShaMar Rinpoche. He has devoted over twenty years to sharing the religious and spiritual teachings of Tibetan Buddhism in the West. He has traveled across the world, translating and interpreting Buddhist teachings for highly accomplished Tibetan lamas and masters from all four schools of Tibetan Buddhism. He is currently a chaplain at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Brookline

SHAMANIC JOURNEY CIRCLE with Comma Williams
Sunday, January 8, 7-9pm
Shamanic journeying is a tool that has been traditionally used by indigenous shamans for the healing of individuals and communities. Most commonly, shamans use drums and rattles to shift their consciousness into non-ordinary reality, a trance-like state, to communicate with their helping guides and spirits. We know now that anyone can learn to journey, to connect with their own helping guides and spirits in non-ordinary reality in order to get answers to personal questions, solve problems, open creativity, see new ways of being in the world and obtain healing information for themselves and their community. Join Comma Williams for this journey circle where we will travel into non-ordinary reality and ask for information to help us get clarity about our path for this coming year. At the end of the journey you will have an opportunity to create a visual representation of your journey, to help ground it in ordinary reality, to make it visible in this world. $15 or class card

BUDDHIST PSYCHOLOGY LECTURE SERIES
Conversations At The Edge

Monday, January 9, 7:45-9:45pm
This monthly continuing education (CE) program presented by the Institute For Meditation & Psychotherapy is for psychotherapists interested in Buddhist psychology, meditation, or mindfulness. Each lecture will address theoretical and clinical issues at the interface of these rich healing traditions, with topics ranging from addictions to forgiveness to countertransference. These community evenings offer an opportunity to gather with colleagues in an informal setting to explore the intersection between Buddhist psychology and modern psychotherapy. This year’s presenters are long- term meditators with significant expertise in practice and in teaching. Each presentation will be followed by Q&A and discussion, moderated by Meghan Searl, PsyD. 2 CE’s are offered each evening to psychologists, social workers, nurses, LMFTs and LMHCs. $25/members of IMP, $30/non-members, $10/mental health students with ID. 9-month series $175/members, $225/non-members ~ register here!
Tonight: SELF-COMPASSION IN PSYCHOTHERAPY: Advanced Clinical Techniques with Tim Desmond, LMFT
We know that self-compassion has the power to help us let go of anxiety, anger and suffering from the past, as well as to develop greater peace of mind, strength of presence, and a more open heart. But we also know that these benefits come from practice, not just accumulating knowledge. In this presentation, we will explore advanced clinical techniques for utilizing the power of self-compassion with nearly any client. We will explore Dialogue-Based Mindfulness to improve our ability to teach mindfulness and compassion practices to clients in acute emotional distress. We will also learn custom-tailored compassion training practices to improve emotional regulation, reduce self-criticism, and heal trauma. Tim Desmond, LMFT is a mindfulness teacher, therapist, and co-founder of Morning Sun Mindfulness Center in Alstead, NH. He is the author of Self-Compassion in Psychotherapy and offers training to therapists around the world, helping them to integrate mindfulness and self-compassion practices into their work. He is a student of Thich Nhat Hanh, with whom he has studied closely for nearly 20 years. Tim offers a 12-week online course called the Foundations of Self-Compassion

YOGA FOR HORMONE BALANCE
A 6-Week Series with Susan Desmarais
6 Wednesdays, January 11 - February 15, 5:30-7pm
This series of 6 weekly classes will illuminate the chakras, the endocrine system, and the many ways yoga can balance and enhance them. Through both lecture and practice we will explore how various asanas can fine-tune each organ in the endocrine network, to better play its part in an ongoing hormonal symphony - whose optimal function is essential to good health.  We will also discuss what stress and high/low cortisol levels can do to your other hormones; learn to recognize how sub-optimal endocrine function shows up in our bodies; and, examine the effects of lifestyle, sleep, and nutrition. This workshop may be of benefit to those experiencing any of the following conditions: fatigue/insomnia ~ depression/anxiety/brain fog~ weight loss/weight gain ~ PMS, perimenopause, menopause ~ chronic joint/muscular pain/osteoperosis ~ fibroids/endometriosis/PCOS ~ autoimmune conditions/hypo or hyperthyroid ~ digestive problems ~ loss of stamina. Learn how you can empower yourself, using the wisdom of yoga practice to bring your inner symphony into harmony!
$95 preregistered or $18/class card for single classes

New 8-Week Series!
MINDFULNESS-BASED STRESS REDUCTION** with Sunada Takagi
Wednesdays, January 11 - March 1, 7:15-9:30pm,
plus one all-day class on Sunday, February 26, 9-4
Mindfulness isn’t so much a tool or technique, but a different way of being. When we pay attention to our present moments, we start to see ourselves and our world more clearly. Instead of being driven by worry, anxiety, or feeling pressured, we begin to choose our responses more wisely. We find our way to a more balanced and centered life, guided by our inner strengths and values rather than old habits and reactions. This 8-week series is a thorough introduction to the art of mindfulness. It’s based on Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn's pioneering work in mind-body medicine originated at the UMass Medical Center. $450 – preregistration with Sunada required
Sunada Takagi is a mindfulness instructor and coach, as well as a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order. She is passionate about helping people transform their lives through mindfulness. Learn more about her at mindfulpurpose.com

'THE WORK' OF BYRON KATIE
A 6-Week Introduction with Barbara Cherington
6 Wednesdays, Jan 11 - Feb 22, 7:30-9:30pm ~ no meeting 2/8
I need more money." "I'm too fat." "The world’s not safe.”"I don't want to be alone." Thoughts like these may run through our minds repetitively, fostering fear, anger, stress, loneliness and depression. How different would your life be if these thoughts never bothered you again? The Work is a simple but powerful method of self-inquiry developed by renowned teacher and author Byron Katie. While undergoing a recovery process herself in 1986, Katie discovered that any kind of stressful thought can be identified, investigated, and inverted or 'turned around', altering the thought's power to shape perception, behavior, or one's sense of self. Join Katie trainee Barbara Cherington to explore this direct way to gain insight into your thinking and move beyond its limitations. The Work is immediate and honest - it can cut through negative thoughts and beliefs like a Zen sword. No longer do we need to argue with life or ourselves—we can experience true freedom instead. 6 week series $85 or class card x 6; drop-in $18 or class card
Barbara Cherington is a longtime student and trainee of Byron Katie, now nearing completion of an intensive years-long certification. In addition to The Work, Barbara has taught elementary school and spent the last 2 decades as a technical writer in the field of high tech

Live Improv! An Evening With TRUE STORY THEATER
Saturday, January 14, 7:30-9:30pm
True Story Theater, an Arlington-based improvisational theater company, wants to hear about your life. This troupe of skilled listeners will honor each story through the power of improvisatory drama, music, and movement. The stories you share will magically be brought to life as we explore this important common theme. Come celebrate our community, bring a friend, share a special story, or just watch, listen and enjoy! $15 if preregistered online, $20 or class card at door ~ need help? $5+ pay what you can
Tonight: We shall overcome: stories of hope in difficult times. Share stories from our personal lives as well as about the wider world. Discover important clues to what sustains us when times are hard

Special Event! PSYCHODRAMA Open Session with Maria Mellano
Friday, January 20, 7:30pm
Join us for an evening of community building, personal growth and healing while learning about Psychodrama! Open sessions are psychodrama demonstrations offered under the direction of a qualified Psychodramatist to the public. Participate as little or as much as you want! All are welcome - both lay and professional - who are either interested in being part of experiential work for personal growth, want to learn about action techniques that could be used in individual and group psychotherapy, professional coaching and counseling, and/or who are considering joining an ongoing therapy or training group. For details, email Maria Mellano or call 857 284 7237. Sponsored by the NE Chapter of the American Society for Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama. $10 at the door

Release Into RESTORATIVE YOGA*
with Karen Barbarisi and Keith Herndon
Saturday, January 21, 2-4pm
Join Karen Barbarisi and Keith Herndon for an in-depth experience of Restorative Yoga - a therapeutic system that uses the comfortable support of cushions & blankets to nurture the body in various gentle, long held resting postures. Restorative Yoga allows the nervous system to completely quiet and return to a balanced state, quieting the mind. At the same time the body gently stretches and opens, releasing even chronic patterns of tension. And, as attention focuses on each breath, Restorative Yoga also cultivates the qualities of mindfulness and presence. The afternoon will unfold with a brief sequence of flowing Kripalu yoga to warm up and prepare the body, then plunge into profound spheres of tranquility and ease. $35 or class card x 2 + $5 at the door; $28 if registered by January 18 via email with Karen or Keith
Karen Barbarisi and Keith Herndon have been practicing yoga for more than 10 years and are both certified at the 500 hour level by the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health

KIRTAN with Shubalananda plus special guests
Saturday, January 21, 7:30pm
Created by ancient Indian rishis from Vedic mantras, kirtan is a yoga of sound - an evening of beautiful music and heartfelt call-and-response singing. No previous experience is necessary to experience its emotional depth, yet powerful as it is, kirtan is effortless and incredibly enjoyable. Freely offered ~ please make a donation!
Shubalananda (Larry Kopp) has been leading kirtan for many years, having studied with Neem Karoli Baba, Sathya Sai Baba, Karunamayi and Shree Maa. His guitar & harmonium playing and voice of experience gives his kirtan a power and a heartfulness that is shared with all who join in. Find out more at www.shubalananda.com

DHARMA TALK & MEDITATION with Lama Tsering Ngodup
Sunday, January 22, 10-12n
You’re invited to receive Buddhist teachings (dharma), practice meditation, and experience the relevance and benefits of Buddhist philosophy and meditation in daily life. People of all ages, backgrounds, and beliefs are welcome to this freely offered biweekly event ~ donations gratefully accepted 
Tsering Ngodup is a lama, or spiritual teacher, authorized to teach by HH ShaMar Rinpoche. He has devoted over twenty years to sharing the religious and spiritual teachings of Tibetan Buddhism in the West. He has traveled across the world, translating and interpreting Buddhist teachings for highly accomplished Tibetan lamas and masters from all four schools of Tibetan Buddhism. He is currently a chaplain at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Brookline

GRACENOTES... with yoga teacher and author Susan Currie*
Sunday, January 29, 2-4pm
Retreat into you in this all-levels practice led by Susan Currie, Boston-based poet, photographer, yogini, and author of the new book once divided. In the course of two hours we'll transform our yoga mats into a space of serenity and silence, listening for the grace notes in us all. This extraordinary afternoon features a fluid practice woven together with poetry, dharma and open space for following your own artistic threads. The workshop also includes a signed copy of Susan's book. Commune with your breath, with kindred spirits - connect with your authentic voice and leave empowered to pursue your creative calling. A perfect step away! $45 or class card x 3 - preregistration recommended. Learn more about Susan at susancurriecreative.com
The images are gorgeous, the verse inspiring. Once Divided is the kind of book to slip in a bag and read again and again. Read it aloud, let it be a springboard for meditation or journaling. Share it with your friends. Take it on retreat. Read it in class or give it to your yoga teacher. This deceptively simple yet profound book is a gem. Felicia Tomasko - Editor in Chief, LA Yoga Magazine

SOUND HEALING CIRCLE with Brad Brockmann & Comma Williams
Sunday, January 29, 7-9pm ~ doors open 6:45, close 7:20
Join us on the last Sunday of the month to explore the transformative healing powers of sound. You will both co-create and receive sound healing, and learn how to improvise music with a healing intention. Bring your favorite instruments or just yourself, your voice and your love. Prior musical or healing experience is welcome but not required. We look forward to seeing you! Suggested donation $15-25