06/12/2016 to 06/17/2016
Stuart Fuchs
Music, Mindfulness & Creative Play

The ukulele is enjoying a worldwide revival. It’s an affordable, portable, and easy-to-learn instrument, and a simple way to bring music into your daily life.

06/12/2016 to 06/17/2016
Heather Allen Hietala
Awaken Your Creative Spirit

Letting go of expectations and judgment allows our authentic creativity to shine through.

06/12/2016 to 06/17/2016
Polly Young-Eisendrath
Baring & Breaking Your Heart

True love—whether for a partner, child, parent, or friend—is not principally rooted in a secure attachment bond or anything biological.

06/12/2016 to 06/17/2016
Hongnian Zhang
Make Better Art by Balancing Opposites

Yin and yang is a Chinese philosophy that explains the world as a relationship of balanced opposites. Up is meaningless without down; hot needs cold; black implies white.

06/17/2016 to 06/19/2016
Anita Moorjani
A Path to Happiness & Healing

What if loving and accepting yourself unconditionally was the secret to true healing and happiness? How do you learn to fully love and accept yourself so that healing can take place?

06/17/2016 to 06/19/2016
The Information & Support You Need

When it comes to Lyme disease, where do you turn? Many people go from doctor to doctor looking for answers about their aches and pains, sleep and mood disorders, and memory or concentration problems.

06/17/2016 to 06/19/2016
Michael Craft
Restoring Your Life Force

Tai chi chuan is a system of beautiful, flowing movements used by millions of people around the world as a graceful, meditative exercise. Qigong is an ancient mind-body system for cultivating our natural energy.

06/17/2016 to 06/19/2016
Ubaka Hill
The Art & Spirit of Drumming for Women

Innovative drummer, teacher, and performer Ubaka Hill leads this celebration of women’s drumming through the traditions of various cultures, both ancient and contemporary.

06/17/2016 to 06/19/2016
Susan Piver
The Path & Practice of Meditation

More and more people are meditating these days, and research is proving meditation is good for everything from insomnia to stress. But what is it, exactly? Where do you begin if you want to learn to meditate, and what can you expect?