Speciality Series and Event Descriptions

Sorry, free passes can not be used for speciality series and events... only for member classes.

To register, please scroll down and sign up on the corresponding link below each series and events description.

 


Community Open Art Studio ~ Erika facilitates this studio.  

Art making and the creative process will be explored by… making art!  Please leave your self-critic at home as we work to rediscover the art we all innately loved making as children.  Human drawing development typically ends in pre-adolescence when we decide and / or are told that what we make isn’t “good enough.”  Nonsense.  We will come together and individually explore materials in a safe and fun setting.  Pastels, paint, found object assemblage, collage materials, paper, plaster, beads, markers, crayons: come discover what you like.  All supplies are included with the exception of canvases.  Some will be available to purchase if desired; none are needed to create a lasting art piece.  The group leader will be making art as well, but is available for any and all technical assistance…

This will be scheduled on the first and third Friday of each month starting 10/6/17.  Please email with interest until the tab is up... 


Health & Nutrition Seminars ~ Come meet with Julia and learn more about how to fuel your body for radiant energy and vibrant health.  Each week we will explore a new topic involving food, digestion, and the biology of assimilation.  This seminar is open to everyone!  


Kids/Youth Yoga & Mindfulness ~ Shannon gathers children’s interest and engagement during this fun and friendly class.  This 4-week series gives kids a safe place to explore, develop and interact with themselves.  With a combination of yoga, music, meditation and restoration, this class is geared to touch many aspects of holistic health.  We will be implementing techniques, such as breathing, that kids can use in and out of the classroom.  Our goal is to playfully build a secure sense of inner wellness and confidence to buffer against daily stress and life demands.


New Moms’ Support Group ~ Rachael facilitates this newly-forming social group.  We recognize becoming a parent is one of life’s greatest joys, but this new phase in life is also a huge transition.  New moms can be an essential resources to one another.  Come make those connections and build a strong, caring community.  Come join us in a safe, supportive, non-judgmental environment as we explore the excitement, the stress, the milestones, and the moans of motherhood.  This group is intended for mothers with babies ages 0-4 months.   We look forward to sharing this journey with you and your child!


Personal Growth MeetUps ~ Heather and other guest speakers collaborate to host these informative and experiential meetings.  The group focuses on one theme each evening, and covers transformational topics such as stress management, spiritual development, conscious creation, manifestation, sensing and managing energy, authentic communication, life balance, compassion and more.  An eclectic mix of philosophies and life-skill techniques are presented, practiced and discussed.  These meetings are for people interested in continual evolution throughout life. Come engage with new ideas, and deepen you.


Second-Time Moms’ Group ~ Rachael facilitates this group intended for moms with babies ages 0-6 months and their older sibling.  At this stage you love having a new addition, but fear the chaos it brings. Help support each other as we share experiences, discuss strategies, and celebrate successes together.  We will discuss the changing family dynamics, sleep issues, relationships with partners, managing expectations and more.  There will be plenty of time for questions and for socialization with others who understand just what you’re going through. We look forward to being with you during this exciting time!


Authentic Relating Night With Seth Monk ~ Let’s cut the small talk and connect on a human level! Authentic relating games promote understanding of one’s own mental and emotional world. The group setting helps us simultaneously learn how to communicate our reality, while also reflecting on the experiences of those around us. Join us for a fun night of self-exploration, guided interaction and community-building at this dynamic event, led by Seth Monk. Bring a sense of adventure and willingness to be seen, as we will walk, talk, and maybe even dance into deeper communion with ourselves and communication with those around us. This special night of authentic relating is $25.


Group Siddah Event With Seth Monk ~Join us for a powerful evening with Seth Monk, who will present practices from ancient lineages for our modern-day benefit. Seth is a former Buddhist monk, visiting for a night of spiritual inspiration and rejuvenation. Siddha healings are a non-contact means of bringing in multidimensional energy by using crystal mandala, sacred geometrical layouts, spirit guides and journey work. This evening is designed to shift personal energies, remove blockages, open channels, and bring relief from physical, mental, and emotional duress. Please bring personal yoga mat, blanket, water, eye pillow etc. to make yourself comfortable. This special Siddah evening is $30 per person.


Wellspring of Qi Energy  ~This dynamic seminar will be led by Donald Wong, who is an American businessman and state legislator serving in the Massachusetts House of Representatives. He represents the Ninth Essex District, consisting of parts of Lynn, Lynnfield, Wakefield and Saugus. Master Wong also teaches martial arts at Nam Pai Academy, in Boston.  Pronounced as “Chee”, Qi is an ancient and universal feeling of well-being. The label “Qi” is used throughout Asia to represent life force. In the United States, Qi may be best described as energetic vitality. Qi can be used for maintenance of great health, and also serve as a preventative health measure.  Come experience your own inner Qi through an interactive seminar...  alleviating stress and tension is the first step towards abundant wellness !  Please wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move and stretch freely. Come learn how to renew yourself at this unique 2-hour event for just $30.   A percentage of the proceeds from this event will be donated to the Boys and Girls Club of Wakefield.  Saturday, October 28nd 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM


Family Trivia Bee with Morgan White Jr. ~ What was the TV show with Chrissy?  Who lived downstairs from her?  This trivia bee includes trivia knowledge from all generations- movies, music, pop culture, you name it.  WBZ host Morgan White Jr. will MC the trivia bee with prizes ranging from big to small.  Prizes include promotional items from WBZ... 

The Man from TRIVIA is the professional billing of Morgan White Jr.  He is well known as one of the premiere trivia experts in the nation and one of only a handful of persons who devote their full time to the field of trivia.  

 

 

Save the dates: 10/14 & 10/28 1:00 to 3:00