Sat, Apr 07|
The Upstairs Studio
Spring Holistic Immunity with Bri Elizabeth + Patrick Crowley
Elements of this workshop: Holistic Anatomy of the Immune/Lymphatic/Digestive Systems, Herbal Medicine (Spring Tonics, Cooking with Herbs), Spring Wellness/Nutrition, Medicine Making How-To, Guided Meditation, Integrative Bodywork for Immune Strength
Time & Location
Apr 07, 2018, 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
The Upstairs Studio , 25 Main St, Northampton, MA 01060, USA
About the event
Dive deep into age old wisdom and into our bodies
to ignite our natural instincts towards harmony + resilience!
Elements of this workshop include:
* Holistic Anatomy of the Immune/Lymphatic/Digestive Systems
* Herbal Medicine (Spring Tonics, Cooking with Herbs)
* Spring Wellness/Nutrition
* Addressing Allergies
* Medicine Making How-To
* Guided Meditation
* Integrative Bodywork for Immune Strength
We will engage all parts of ourselves in this interactive workshop to create a transformation in our minds, hearts, guts, and in our inner and outer World through the medicine of poetry, visualization, meditation, teaching, and embodiment.
FB event: www.facebook.com/events/564693060558912
Bri Elizabeth, INHC, is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She studied herbal plant medicine and holistic anatomy at Blazing Star Herbal School. She received a certification for vitamins, minerals, and nutraceuticals through Huntington College. She is a social justice/environmental activist, musician, and mother to 3-year old, Wakinyan. Bri has a private practice in Holistic Health Counseling in downtown Northampton, MA.
For more information + private sessions: www.gaianresonance.com
PATRICK CROWLEY, LMT, ABMP, has been researching the body and movement for over 30 years as a dancer, yogi, and bodyworker, and performer. He teaches nationally and internationally at dance centers, yoga centers, organizations, universities, and retreat centers. Patrick teaches Contact Improvisation, anatomy and bodywork, yoga, personal process, and communication. For 14 years he co-led the Longdance, an outdoor seasonal ritual, including a sweat lodge, personal process, movement, Playback Theatre, sacred space, and connecting to nature.
Patrick was certified in bodywork by Sensei Toshiko Phipps, was Nationally Certified in Bodywork in 1993, and is a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. Patrick has a background in contemporary dance, Body-Mind Centering®, somatics, holistic health, vipassana meditation, Playback Theatre, New Dance Technique, Action Theater, mixed-ability dance, martial arts, shamanic studies, and leadership development. He has taught at Yale University, Boston University, Cambridge School of Weston, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Cape Cod Community College, Harvard University, Boston Community Center for the Arts, Dance Complex, Freiburg International Contact Improvisation Festival, Buenos Aires Contact Improvisation Festival, Boston Contact Improvisation Festival, Montreal's ACI Contact Improvisation Festival, Earthdance, Dance New England, Wild Life Sanctuary, Blue Guitar Studio, Green Planet, and Yoga Sanctuary. In addition to most of the venues above, he has performed at the Boulder Fringe Festival, A.P.E., Radcliffe College, Helix, and many others. Patrick performed with the Zany Angels Dance Theatre Company from 2006-2014.
Patrick also produces many workshops by acclaimed teachers, including Nancy Stark Smith's annual 3-week January Workshop and Joel Gluck's Psolodrama workshops. He has been a consultant on the documentary film, Two Who Defied the Nazis.
For more information + private sessions: http://patrickcrowley.net
- DIRECTIONS to The Upstairs Studio -
Enter at 25 Main Street between the green Fitzwilly's awnings. Go up one flight of stairs, turn sharp right, and go forward. Go down the hall to the left. Go through the gray door at the end of the hall, then up to the top floor. Once you pass through the big gray door on the 4th floor, go left, and just around the corner you will see a little alcove of stairs. This brings you to Upstairs Studio. (We like to think of it as the "4th-and-a-half floor.") You will see the signs for the Studio outside the doorway. Please note, you can only get the Studio from the back stairs.
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