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According to Tibetan tradition, Green Tara is the female manifestation of the Buddha’s omniscient mind, and she is especially swift in granting wishes and helping practitioners achieve both short-term and ultimate happiness. Green Tara practice entails meditating, chanting, visualizing, and reciting mantras. Texts will be provided. All are welcome to come as observers or participants in this beneficial practice within a supportive community. There is no charge to participate, but you are welcome to make a donation to the center. No advance reservation required.
Come experience the next level of recovery. Out of the chaos and confusion comes clarity, vitality, confidence, and gratitude. Yoga teachings parallel and enhance the effects of successful recovery models. Through practice, participants learn to access a place of centeredness, authentic joy, and true peace. Whether you have battled addiction yourself, or have cared for loved ones in active addiction, this group will support your recovery path. While it is not intended to replace your existing supports, TRY opens up sustainable ways to enjoy life. Find out how to transcend struggle, and manifest your potential. Discover complete freedom and liberation from negative cycles and thought processes. Be enlivened by a compassionate and caring community. Give yourself a well-deserved break and find palpable relief from the all-encompassing toxicity of addiction. It is time to THRIVE, not just survive. Come feel great every Friday night! All recovery communities welcome Anonymity observed Beginners encouraged—experience not necessary Bring yoga mat, blankets, props, etc. if desired Please contact Stevie with any questions: [masked] http://www.gampopacenter.com/thrive-recovery-yoga
This class is designed for men and women who have enjoyed ballet in their youth, or are now dance teachers or are retired dancers, and who would like to reconnect to themselves in movement through the joy of ballet. The class will consist of traditional barre and center practices. We will work on body attunement, alignment, weight transfer, breath and flow of movement and musical timing, so we can feel freer and more grounded in our bodies and movement expressions in ballet class as well as outside of class. This class is part of our Gampopa Center Punch Card Program. The Punch Card is good for any of the eligible classes -- including yoga, ballet, and pilates. See your teacher before class to learn more! $15 drop in. About the teacher: Isabella internationally trained in Ballet until her early twenties. She continued her study of movement and dance in undergraduate and graduate school. She is now a psychotherapist and dance/movement therapist in private practice in Annapolis who still finds barre work and moving across the floor with others the most centering and joyful workout. Contact Isabella at [masked] with any questions.