ACTION MEDITATION MORNINGS
Every Thursday, 10:00-11:15am; $25 ($20 seniors/disabilities/students)
Come and be inspired by these morning meditation classes, each focusing on a different activity for raising a person’s Life Energy. Among the topics to be explored are some of Dr. Diamond’s movement mediations, physical procedures, painting for healing, using the poi, and the Diamond Dart Meridian Sequence, as well as color meditations and the power of verbal affirmations. Each week will give you a different insight into how you can use a particular activity to go deeper, raise your Life Energy, and allow yourself to experience a calmer, richer existence.
June 20: Music and Lullabies (with Michael Garber, Ph.D.)
The lullaby – the mother singing and comforting her child – is the evolutionary source of all music, and it remains the basis of music’s power and ability to raise our Life Energy. And, just as every mother can can sing to comfort their baby, so we too can use music as a comforting, Life-Enhancing modality. Come and learn how!
June 27: Poi and Singing (with Sue Carpenter, Ph.D.)
The Maori poi, from New Zealand, is a soft ball on a string which, when swung rhythmically while singing, helps raise our Life Energy. It is easy, fun, and can be done by anybody.
July 4: No Class
July 11: Stillpoints: Making Art for Healing (with Sue Carpenter, Ph.D.)
Come and learn a special meditational approach to making paintings that is designed to raise the Life Energy of both the painter and the person viewing it.
July 18: The Diamond Dart Meridian Sequence
An introduction to a powerful movement meditation that energizes each of the acupuncture meridians in turn. It combines Dr. Diamond’s work with that of world-renowned anthropologist Raymond Dart and the basics are easily learned.
Seating is limited. Make a reservation today at (914) 533 7500 or email Karla@LifeEnergyArts.com
Presenter: Karla Booth
Karla is a certified Senior Teacher of the Alexander Technique graduating from ACAT in 1990. With a background in dance and bodywork the Alexander Technique was the perfect place to combine her studies of philosophy, anatomy, movement and healing. Karla has taught workshops at Juilliard, Bard College, Sweet Briar College and throughout the US. She has also given workshops in Australia, Sweden, the United Kingdom and taught at the National and International AGM’s. She currently teaches in Mount Kisco, NY.