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Summer Your Guide

 

Passport to the Arts Preview Opening Reception
July 22, 5:30–7:00p

Summer Kidz Dayz
July 25, 1:00–4:00p

Supper & Film: 1000 Times Goodnight
July 25, 6:00–9:00p

Matting & Framing
Your Artwork

July 27, 6:00–8:00p

Hatha Vinyasa/ Restorative Yoga
July 28, 9:30–10:45a

Therapeutic Yoga
July 29, 10:00–11:00a

Mindfulness Group
Aug. 1, Noon–1:30p

Acrylic Painting
Begins August 3, 9:00a

Create with
Alcohol Inks

Aug. 4, 6:00–9:00p

Art Uncorked:
Dress Up Your Orchids

Aug. 9, 6:00–8:00p

 

Calendar of Events

 

GROUPS

Rockford Womanspace

EarthMatters Group | Photography Group | Mindfulness Group |
Bookwoman | Supper & Film | Restorative Yoga | Therapeutic Yoga |
Yoga Nidra

 

EarthMatters
Whether you are a beginner or extremely active in the environmental movement, EarthMatters is an enjoyable, encouraging and educational experience. It is a place where people come to share information and to recognize the challenges for improving our environment Please join us for our 10th year of earth mothering! Fiona presents an informative talk, hosts a speaker or plans an activity that will be listed each month in Intertwinings. All are welcome–please join us!

September 14: Where Does your Garbage Go?
We will talk about images taken on a visit to the Rockford landfill, local recycling centers, items they will and will not accept, and ways to reduce our own garbage footprint.

October 12: The Environmental Impact of Clothing
We will discuss how natural fibers are grown, the production of man-made fibers, ethical questions on the manufacturing of garments, and fair-trade and organic options.

November 9: Make and Take: Personal Care Items
Must register by November 3rd. We will make facial scrubs, deodorant, calendula salve etc. Bring small containers, approximate size of 4oz jelly jars. Cost of materials: $7 to be paid to instructor on day of class. Meet in the Art Studio.

December 14: Green Crafting Make & Take for the Holidays
We will create gift items and cards by recycling and using natural bits and pieces. Bring swap gifts. Item you have no use for could be someone else’s treasure; bring a gift take a gift! Meet in the Art Studio.

Fiona grew up in the Cotswold’s of England surrounded by arable farmland, sheep, and wild flowers. She enjoys vegetable and flower gardening, bee keeping and discussing ecological topics with environmentalists. She believes that each one of us can make a positive difference in protecting and preserving our natural world.

Course #: EM16-1, EM16-2, EM16-3, EM16-4
Dates: Sept. 14, Oct. 12, Nov. 9, Dec. 14
Time: Wednesdays, Noon–1:15p
Facilitator: Fiona Fordyce
Location: William Reif Gallery (Nov. & Dec. Art Studio)
Fee: Freewill Offering (unless otherwise noted)
Prior registration is appreciated; walk-ins welcome. Registration Policy

 

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ViewFinders Photography Group
ViewFinders is a place where photographers of all levels come together to learn from each other and share their common interest in photography. The focus of this group is to have fun with others, to explore learning and shooting opportunities with any type of camera-cell phones to DSLR’s. Join us with your ideas and questions along with your camera, of course.

Barb Phillips likes dabbling in many different forms of media, but photography is one that has always been consistent. From her first beloved Instamatic 104 to her current Pentax dslr, she realizes the quote “the best camera is the one that’s with you” is all too true. So many great shots are with cell phones, because they are always with us. It’s not the shooting device we have, it’s what we see.

Course #: VF15-7, -8, -9; VF16-1, -2, -3, -4
Dates: July 19, Aug. 16, Sept. 20, Oct. 18, Nov. 15, Dec. 13
Time: Tuesdays, 6:00–8:00p
Facilitator: Barb Phillips
Location: William Reif Gallery
Fee: Freewill Offering
Prior registration is appreciated; walk-ins welcome. Registration Policy

 

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Mindfulness Group
Most of the time we exist in mindlessness, a state of semi-awareness governed by habit and inattention. Mindlessness causes us to suffer, probably more than we are even aware. Mindfulness can be defined in a variety of ways, but simply stated it is a deliberate way of paying attention to what is happening within oneself as it is happening. Mindfulness is moment-by-moment awareness. It’s paying attention without judgment or evaluation. When we are mindful, we become more mentally alert, we’re more open and attentive and we’re able to perceive ourselves more clearly – as well as observing details that often escape our notice. If you can identify with any of these statements, you may find this monthly group very helpful.

Elaine Hirschenberger is the Executive Director & Co-founder of Womanspace and has years of experience practicing mindfulness. She has a degree in English from Alverno College and pursued further studies in art & design at College of DuPage, Rockford University & NIU. She is an active member of School Sisters of Saint Francis, an international community of women religious based in Milwaukee.

Summer Session 4
Course #: MG15-11
Dates: August 1
Time: Monday, Noon–1:30p
Facilitator: Elaine Hirschenberger
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $15 per session
Members' Fee: $10 per session
Register by July 28; walk-ins welcome. Registration Policy

Fee
Memb.# (required for discount)
Name, Phone & Date attending

 

Fall Session 1
Course #: MG16-1
Dates: September 12
Time: Monday, Noon–1:30p
Facilitator: Elaine Hirschenberger
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $15 per session
Members' Fee: $10 per session
Register by September 8; walk-ins welcome. Registration Policy

 

Fall Session 2
Course #: MG16-2
Dates: October 3
Time: Monday, Noon–1:30p
Facilitator: Elaine Hirschenberger
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $15 per session
Members' Fee: $10 per session
Register by September 29; walk-ins welcome. Registration Policy

 

Fall Session 3
Course #: MG16-3
Dates: November 7
Time: Monday, Noon–1:30p
Facilitator: Elaine Hirschenberger
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $15 per session
Members' Fee: $10 per session
Register by November 3; walk-ins welcome. Registration Policy

 

Fall Session 4
Course #: MG16-4
Dates: December 5
Time: Monday, Noon–1:30p
Facilitator: Elaine Hirschenberger
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $15 per session
Members' Fee: $10 per session
Register by December 1; walk-ins welcome. Registration Policy

 

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BOOKWOMAN DISCUSSION GROUP


All women are invited to this book club to share observations, enthusiasm, insights and the pure enjoyment of reading.

 

The Diary of Mattie Spenser
by Sandra Dallas
With the convention of finding a diary in an elderly neighbor’s attic trunk framing her story, Dallas creates a ripping good read from this fictional journal. Beginning in 1865, a week after her wedding in Ft. Madison, Iowa, Mattie Spenser confides to her diary as she and her new husband travel by Conestoga wagon to the Colorado Territories. The building of a sod house; the births and deaths of children; the melting of narrow attitudes toward “loose” women, Indians, and Negroes; and the growth of Mattie as a person are all visible in these pages, full of what seems like genuine details of prairie life.

Course #: BW15-11
Dates: August 10
Time: Wednesday, 9:30–11:00a
Location: Media Room
Freewill Offering
Prior registration is appreciated; walk-ins welcome! Registration Policy

 

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The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for the Gold at the 1936 Olympics
by Daniel James Brown
Based on the life of Joe Rantz – a farmboy from the Pacific Northwest who was abandoned as a child – The Boys in the Boat is the kind of nonfiction book that reads like a novel. In 1936, the University of Washington’s eight-oar crew team raced its way to the Berlin Olympics for an opportunity to challenge the greatest in the world. How this team, largely composed of rowers from “foggy coastal villages, damp dairy farms, and smoky lumber towns all over the state,” managed to work together toward their goal of defeating Hitler’s feared racers is half the story. The other half is equally fascinating, as Brown seamlessly weaves in the story of crew itself. This is fast-paced and emotional nonfiction about determination, bonds built by teamwork, and what it takes to achieve glory.

Course #: BW16-1
Dates: September 14
Time: Wednesday, 9:30–11:00a
Location: Media Room
Freewill Offering
Prior registration is appreciated; walk-ins welcome! Registration Policy

 

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The Kitchen House
by Kathleen Grissom
In this gripping novel, a dark secret threatens to expose the best and worst in everyone tied to the estate at a thriving plantation in Virginia in the decades before the Civil War. Orphaned during her passage from Ireland, young, white Lavinia arrives on the steps of the kitchen house and is placed, as an indentured servant, under the care of Belle, the master’s illegitimate slave daughter. Lavinia learns to cook, clean, and serve food, while guided by the quiet strength and love of her new family. In time, Lavinia is accepted into the world of the big house, caring for the master’s opium-addicted wife and befriending his dangerous yet protective son. Through the unique eyes of Lavinia and Belle, Grissom’s debut novel unfolds in a heartbreaking and ultimately hopeful story of class, race, dignity, deep-buried secrets, and familial bonds.

Course #: BW16-2
Dates: October 12
Time: Wednesday, 9:30–11:00a
Location: Media Room
Freewill Offering
Prior registration is appreciated; walk-ins welcome! Registration Policy

 

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The Rosie Project
by Graeme Simsion
Full of heart and humor, Simsion’s debut novel about a fussy, socially-challenged man’s search for the perfect wife is smart, quirky, and fun. You would have to be a pretty cynical reader not to fall for Don Tillman, a handsome genetics professor who has crafted a pathologically micromanaged life for himself but can’t seem to score a second date. After launching his Wife Project, which includes a hilarious questionnaire intended to weed out imperfect candidates — smokers, makeup wearers, vegans — Don meets Rosie, a stunning, maddeningly disorganized bartender/student who’s looking for her biological father. Half the fun of the book is watching pent-up, Asperger’s-afflicted Don break free, thanks to Rosie, from his precisely controlled, annoyingly sensible, and largely humorless lifestyle. By the final third, you will be cheering for Don to shatter all his rules.

Course #: BW16-3
Dates: November 9
Time: Wednesday, 9:30–11:00a
Location: Media Room
Freewill Offering
Prior registration is appreciated; walk-ins welcome! Registration Policy

 

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SUPPER & FILM DISCUSSION GROUP


Supper & Film is a very popular program that often fills the Media Room to capacity. While advance registration is preferred, we will now accept registrations as late as noon on the day of the film if we still have seats available. No Walk-Ins. We start with supper, followed by the film and then a discussion of the film, characters and artistry.

 

1000 Times Goodnight (NR)
Rebecca (Juliette Binoche) is one of the world’s top war photojournalists, capturing dangerous and chilling images in the most dire landscapes, all in an effort to shed light on the real cost of modern war. But, she is also a wife and mother, leaving behind a husband and two young daughters every time she travels to a new combat zone. After a near-death experience, husband Marcus (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) levels an ultimatum: give up the dangerous profession or lose the family she counts on being there when she returns from each assignment. Yet the conviction that her photos can make a difference keeps pulling at Rebecca’s resolve, making it difficult for her to walk away entirely. With an offer to photograph a refugee camp in Kenya, a place allegedly so safe that daughter Steph (Lauryn Canny) is allowed to join her, Rebecca comes face to face with just how much she risks each time she steps back into the fray. (2013)

Course #: SF15-13
Dates: July 25
Time: Monday, 6:00–9:00p
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $15
Members' Fee: $10
MUST Register by NOON July 25. Registration Policy

Fee
Memb.# (required for discount)
Participant's Name & Phone

 


OUTDOOR MOVIE: Turner & Hooch (PG)
Detective Scott Turner (Tom Hanks) is an uptight, by-the-book police officer who hopes to leave his sleepy California town and work in the big city. When his friend Amos Reed, the proprietor of a junkyard, is killed, Turner reluctantly inherits the man’s dog. Realizing that the canine may be able to help him solve the murder case, Turner attempts to adjust to life with the big dog, resulting in much household destruction and unwelcome chaos. For additional comfort, bring your own lawn chair or blanket. (1989)

Course #: SF15-14
Dates: August 18
Time: Thursday, 8:00–10:00p
Location: Anjali Pavilion
Regular Fee: $15
Members' Fee: $10
MUST Register by NOON August 18. Registration Policy

Fee
Memb.# (required for discount)
Participant's Name & Phone

 


Sunshine Cleaning (R)
The once high school cheerleading captain who dated the quarterback, Rose Lorkowski, finds herself a thirty-something single mother working as a maid. Her sister Norah is still living at home with their dad Joe, a salesman with a lifelong history of ill-fated get rich quick schemes. Desperate to get her son into a better school, Rose persuades Norah to go into the crime scene clean-up business with her to make some quick cash. In no time, the girls are up to their elbows in murders, suicides and other “specialized” situations. As they climb the ranks in a very dirty job, the sisters find a true respect for one another, and the closeness they have always craved finally blossoms. Starring Amy Adams and Emily Blunt. (2009)

Course #: SF15-15
Dates: August 29
Time: Monday, 6:00–9:00p
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $15
Members' Fee: $10
MUST Register by NOON August 29. Registration Policy

Fee
Memb.# (required for discount)
Participant's Name & Phone

 


Truth (R)
Starring Robert Redford and Cate Blanchett, Truth is based on a riveting true story of one of network news’ biggest scandals. As a renowned producer and close associate of Dan Rather (Redford), Mary Mapes (Blanchett) believes she’s broken the biggest story of the 2004 election: revelations of a sitting U.S. President’s military service. But when allegations come pouring in, sources change their stories, document authenticity is questioned, and the casualties begin to mount. This dramatic thriller goes behind the scenes to expose the intricacies of journalistic integrity and what it takes to reveal the truth.(2015)

Course #: SF16-1
Dates: September 26
Time: Monday, 6:00–9:00p
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $15
Members' Fee: $10
MUST Register by NOON September 26. Registration Policy

 


Finding Vivian Maier (NR)
When Vivian Maier died at the age of 83 in the spring of 2009, those who had known the woman remembered her as a nanny with a humorously stiff gait and a penchant for taking photographs. In the short time since Maier’s death, her narrative has been radically rewritten, her striking street photography celebrated in exhibitions from Los Angeles to London. That such a private, peculiar woman could retroactively be recognized as one of the best photographers of the last 50 years is a testament to the untold great art being made under our collective nose. (2013)

Course #: SF16-2
Dates: October 24
Time: Monday, 6:00–9:00p
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $15
Members' Fee: $10
MUST Register by NOON October 24. Registration Policy

 


Power of One (PG-13)
The Power of One is an intriguing story of a young English boy named Peekay and his passion for changing the world. Suffering as the only English boy in an Afrikaans school, he was soon orphaned and placed in the care of a German national named Professor von Vollensteen (a.k.a. Doc). It is not long after WWII begins that Doc is placed in prison for failure to register with the English government as a foreigner. Peekay makes frequent visits and meets Geel Piet, an inmate, who teaches him to box. Geel Piet spreads the myth of the Rainmaker, the one who brings peace to all of the tribes. Peekay is cast in the light of this myth. After the war Peekay attends an English private school where he meets a young girl, Maria, with whom he falls in love. Her father, Professor Daniel Marais, is a leader of the Nationalist Party of South Africa. The two fight to teach the natives English as Peekay's popularity grows via the myth. Peekay loses focus until he sees the success of his language school among the tribes. He and Guideon Duma continue the work in hopes of building a better future for Africa. (1992)

Course #: SF16-3
Dates: November 28
Time: Monday, 6:00–9:00p
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $15
Members' Fee: $10
MUST Register by NOON November 28. Registration Policy

 


Lovely, Still (PG)
A holiday fable that tells the story of an elderly man discovering love for the first time. Lonely in life and love, Robert Malone (Martin Landau) braves the wintry snow on the walk from his job at the grocery store to his home, only to discover a stranger (Ellen Burstyn) in his house. What begins as an awkward encounter quickly blossoms into what appears to be a new chance for romance, and the elderly couple's love affair takes us on a heartfelt journey that reveals an unexpected twist. (2008)

Course #: SF16-4
Dates: December 13
Time: Tuesday, Noon–2:00p
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $15
Members' Fee: $10
MUST Register by December 12. Registration Policy

 

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YOGA CLASSES WITH KERI KNUTSON


Our yoga classes are open to all levels, men & women. Recommended for beginners, young & old, injured & athletic. Yoga is a great way to manage and reduce tension & stress. Dress comfortably and bring a yoga mat and eye pillow (if you have one).

Keri Knutson - Yoga teacher, Official Yoga Instructor of the Rockford IceHogs, Rockford native, and 20 year practitioner of yoga, Keri is trained in and currently teaches Vinyasa Flow, Hatha Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and chair/therapeutic yoga in Rockford/Rockford area. Her journey has included studying the history, lineage, philosophy, and systems of traditional Hatha and Raja Yoga, Anusara, Bhakti, Iyengar, and Integral Yoga - focusing on Vinyasa Flow to deepen her own practice. She also teaches several workshops and events throughout the year and is an activist for implementing yoga in schools and working with those who live with chronic conditions, injury, illness, and dis-ease. Keri, a nature and animal lover, enjoys spending her free-time outdoors, reading, devoting time to her own yoga and meditation practice, and traveling.

 

Hatha Vinyasa/Restorative Yoga
Join us Thursday mornings at 9:30 for Hatha Vinyasa/Restorative yoga practice. Hatha yoga is a slow-paced, gentle asana practice focusing on introducing basic yoga poses and establishes a strong foundation in the practice of yoga. Hatha yoga balances the Ha - sun/stimulating energy with the Tha – moon/calming energy.

Restorative yoga is a practice that helps promote deep relaxation of the body and the mind. Postures provide similar benefits to classic Hatha yoga postures and are usually done in a supported manner to minimize strain and maximize opening.

Summer Session 3
Course #: YG15-11
Dates: July 7, 14, 21, 28
Times: Thursdays, 9:30–10:45a
Instructor: Keri Knutson
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $52 OR $15/class
Members' Fee: $40 OR $15/class
Register by July 5 or preceding Tuesdays. Registration Policy

Fee
Memb.# (required for discount)
Name, Phone & Date of Class

 

Summer Session 4
Course #: YG15-12
Dates: August 4, 11, 18, 25
Times: Thursdays, 9:30–10:45a
Instructor: Keri Knutson
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $52 OR $15/class
Members' Fee: $40 OR $15/class
Register by August 2 or preceding Tuesdays. Registration Policy

Fee
Memb.# (required for discount)
Name, Phone & Date of Class

 

Fall Session 1
Course #: YG16-1
Dates: September 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
Times: Thursdays, 9:30–10:45a
Instructor: Keri Knutson
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $65 OR $15/class
Members' Fee: $50 OR $15/class
Register by August 30 or preceding Tuesdays. Registration Policy

 

Fall Session 2
Course #: YG16-2
Dates: October 6, 13, 20, 27
Times: Thursdays, 9:30–10:45a
Instructor: Keri Knutson
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $52 OR $15/class
Members' Fee: $40 OR $15/class
Register by October 4 or preceding Tuesdays. Registration Policy

 

Fall Session 3
Course #: YG16-3
Dates: November 3, 10, 17
Times: Thursdays, 9:30–10:45a
Instructor: Keri Knutson
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $39 OR $15/class
Members' Fee: $30 OR $15/class
Register by November 1 or preceding Tuesdays. Registration Policy

 

Fall Session 4
Course #: YG16-4
Dates: December 1, 8, 15, 22
Times: Thursdays, 9:30–10:45a
Instructor: Keri Knutson
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $52 OR $15/class
Members' Fee: $40 OR $15/class
Register by November 29 or preceding Tuesdays. Registration Policy

 

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Therapeutic Yoga for People with Chronic Conditions
Therapeutic Yoga is a particularly effective practice for those recovering from, or living with injury, illness, or disease. This specialty yoga class blends restorative yoga (supported postures), chair yoga, gentle yoga, Pranayama (breath work), individualized attention through gentle hands-on adjustments and assists, and guided meditation techniques combined in such a way that it is an excellent choice for those who need something gentle yet effective.

Examples of chronic conditions that may benefit from therapeutic yoga: Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus, Chronic pain, Fibromyalgia, Healthy aging, Injury/surgery recovery, Diabetes/Neuropathy, and limited mobility.

This group is limited in class size so that students can experience the intimacy, safety, and individualized attention that comes with a yoga class of this nature. Potential students must be evaluated on an individual basis prior to joining this group. The gallery is wheelchair accessible.

Summer Session 3
Course #: YT15-11
Dates: July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
Times: Fridays, 10:00–11:00a
Instructor: Keri Knutson
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $100 OR $25/class
Members' Fee: $75 OR $20/class
Register by July 5 or preceding Tuesdays. Registration Policy

Fee
Memb.# (required for discount)
Name, Phone & Date of Class

 

Summer Session 4
Course #: YT15-12
Dates: August 5, 12, 19, 26
Times: Fridays, 10:00–11:00a
Instructor: Keri Knutson
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $80 OR $25/class
Members' Fee: $60 OR $20/class
Register by August 2 or preceding Tuesdays. Registration Policy

Fee
Memb.# (required for discount)
Name, Phone & Date of Class

 

Fall Session 1
Course #: YTT16-1
Dates: September 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
Times: Thursdays, 11:00–Noon

OR

Course #: YTF16-1
Dates: September 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
Times: Fridays, 10:00–11:00a

Instructor: Keri Knutson
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $100 OR $25/class
Members' Fee: $75 OR $20/class
Register by August 30 or preceding Tuesdays. Registration Policy

 

Fall Session 2
Course #: YTT16-2
Dates: October 6, 13, 20, 27
Times: Thursdays, 11:00a–Noon

OR

Course #: YTF16-2
Dates: October 7, 14, 21, 28
Times: Fridays, 10:00–11:00a

Instructor: Keri Knutson
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $80 OR $25/class
Members' Fee: $60 OR $20/class
Register by October 4 or preceding Tuesdays. Registration Policy

 

Fall Session 3
Course #: YTT16-3
Dates: November 3, 10, 17
Times: Thursdays, 11:00a–Noon

OR

Course #: YTF16-3
Dates: November 4, 11, 18
Times: Fridays, 10:00–11:00a

Instructor: Keri Knutson
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $60 OR $25/class
Members' Fee: $45 OR $20/class
Register by November 1 or preceding Tuesdays. Registration Policy

 

Fall Session 4
Course #: YTT16-4
Dates: December 1, 8, 15, 22
Times: Thursdays, 11:00a–Noon

OR

Course #: YTF16-4
Dates: December 2, 9, 16, 23
Times: Fridays, 10:00–11:00a

Instructor: Keri Knutson
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $80 OR $25/class
Members' Fee: $60 OR $20/class
Register by November 29 or preceding Tuesdays. Registration Policy

 

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Yoga Nidra
Yoga Nidra means Yogic sleep; a state of conscious, deep sleep where we learn to relax consciously. This Yoga Nidra class is deep relaxation with an inner state of awareness, which has been found to reduce stress, tension, and anxiety. It is beneficial for insomnia and to calm symptoms of chronic pain, headaches, depression, high blood pressure, heart disease, autoimmune disease, and has been shown to help those in recovery from addiction. Yoga Nidra also helps calm and clear the mind and has potential to provide emotional healing—restoring our body senses and mind to their natural functions. It is said that 1 hour of Yoga Nidra is equivalent to 4 hours of sleep. Please bring a yoga mat, blanket, and eye pillow (optional). It is recommended to wear comfortable layers so as not to get chilled.

Summer Session 3
Course #: YN15-13
Dates: August 13
Times: Saturday, 10:00–11:30a
Instructor: Keri Knutson
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $25
Members' Fee: $20
Register by August 11. Registration Policy

Fee
Memb.# (required for discount)
Name, Phone & Date of Class

 

Fall Session 1
Course #: YN16-1
Dates: October 22
Times: Saturday, 10:00–11:30a
Instructor: Keri Knutson
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $25
Members' Fee: $20
Register by October 20. Registration Policy

 

Fall Session 2
Course #: YN16-2
Dates: November 12
Times: Saturday, 10:00–11:30a
Instructor: Keri Knutson
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $25
Members' Fee: $20
Register by November 10. Registration Policy

 

Fall Session 3
Course #: YN16-3
Dates: December 10
Times: Saturday, 10:00–11:30a
Instructor: Keri Knutson
Location: Media Room
Regular Fee: $25
Members' Fee: $20
Register by December 8. Registration Policy

 

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