January 11 – 13, 2013 Friday through Sunday (2 nights)
based on accommodations choice
As you live, work, and walk your spiritual path in the world, cultivate self-care practices that support your mind and body. Experience several disciplines that can help you live more fully from your center – yoga, qigong, t’ai chi, the Alexander Technique, and Breema®. Experienced teachers will help you sample a variety of techniques and then explore a single modality more deeply. You will come away with the basics to pursue a sustainable self-care practice.
$395/private room; $315/shared room; $220/commuter.
Amanda Kemp is founder and director of Theatre for Transformation and a research associate in Africana Studies at Franklin & Marshall College. She has been a yoga practitioner and teacher for seven years and regularly teaches yoga at Pendle Hill. A member of Lancaster Monthly Meeting (PA), Amanda also practices Radical Forgiveness and Reiki and has completed the Landmark Curriculum for Life. See www.dramandakemp.com.
Amy Ward Brimmer is a certified instructor in the Alexander Technique, which she has studied since 1989 and taught since 1994, to groups including Yale opera students, acting students at the Hartt Conservatory and Brooklyn College, and activists engaged with Occupy and Earth Quaker Action Team, of which she is the executive director. Amy is a member of Fallsington Friends Meeting (PA).
Kevin Greene has been a student of qigong and t’ai chi since 1996. He has a daily practice of qigong and has shared his personal experience of surviving a life-threatening illness by incorporating this practice into a holistic health care program. Kevin has taught qigong at Pendle Hill for many years.
Walter Hjelt Sullivan is a certified Breema® practitioner and instructor. Currently program director of Earth Quaker Action Team, Walter was the director of education programs at Pendle Hill from 2007 to 2010, and with his wife Traci, co-directed Quaker Center in Ben Lomond (CA) for 14 years. He is a member of Greene Street Monthly Meeting (PA). Walter’s blog is whsbodywork.blogspot.com. See his article “Come Back to the Body” – accessible at http://www.nyym.org/index.php?q=spark_may2011#cb. (The article also appeared in Friends Journal.)