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Harmony Healing announces events

By Staff | Dec 27, 2013

On Friday, Dec. 27, 6-7 p.m., Harmony Healing offers Yoga Meets Dance?. A free-form dance with international, tribal, and ethnic elements, led by Agi Fejer. Class begins with yoga warm-ups and ends with a relaxation. Easy-to-do and fun for all who like to move and unwind. All levels are welcome. Harmony Healing Arts Center is located at 211 E. New St., Shepherdstown.

On Wednesday, Jan. 1, from 9-10 a.m. there will be Free New Year’s Day Yoga. Join Judy Jenner New Year’s Day morning for an ebbing and flowing yoga session in harmony with our own body and the rhythm of a new year. Open to all levels. free! All levels are welcome.

Saturday, Jan. 4, from 2-3:30 p.m., experience Ayurvedic Yoga with Gena Rockwell/ Ayurveda, an ancient form of self-healing, will be explored in a free workshop at Harmony Healing Arts Center from 2 to 3:30 pm on Saturday, Jan. 4. Workshop facilitator is Gena Rockwell, a multi-level yoga teacher and massage therapist at Harmony.

Also on Saturday, Jan. 4, from 4-5 p.m., Hypnotic Resolutions Workshop will be offered. Jan. 4 is National Hypnosis Day and Michelle DeStefano, a local acupuncturist and certified hypnotist will offer an hour-long workshop-class on reaffirming individual intentions/resolutions for the new year. Participants will recline in a comfortable position on a yoga mat (provided by Harmony if you don’t have one) and be guided with positive suggestions in a group hypnotic session. The experience should leave participants feeling positive and more empowered to live their full potential.

Please wear comfortable clothing for either/both workshops. Donations will be gratefully accepted for both events, but they are not necessary.

Friday, Jan. 10 from 6-7 p.m., come take part in Edgar Cayce -Based Exercises. Tune up for the new year. Come experience Peter van Daam’s series of simple lymph-cleansing exercises drawn from the recommendations in the Edgar Cayce readings. No matter where you are on the scale of fitness, a daily investment using these gentle, low impact lymphatic exercises will restore flexibility, strength and energy; enhance athletic performance; and prevent the gradual loss of body and mind functions associated with physical inactivity. Donations appreciated; half of each donation will go to ARE to help fund Peter’s continuing work.