Yoga & Art In The Ghost Ranch Landscape

July 23, 2012 - July 29, 2012
$390.00
AbiquiuNM
USA

$390.00

Come do art and yoga! Combine the beauty awakened in you through yoga and meditation with painting or sketching the magnificence of the Ghost Ranch landscape. Practice Kundalini yoga (the yoga of awareness and your potential) to connect the Infinite Creator to your “inner teacher.” Each day we will enjoy sets of breath work and Kundalini Yoga (no yoga experience required) combined with meditation to get your cells vibrating! Then lots of time for individual creativity (medium of your choice), painting and sketching in this beautiful place. We will also spend a day or two working outside at special locations in the area. Evenings will be devoted to group sharing and we will end each day with a short yoga set and meditation. Early morning and evening sessions at Casa del Sol. Plan to carpool if your accommodations are on main part of Ranch. All-day sessions.

Instructor (s):

Jerry Kimmel, a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher, is the assistant director of the Community Yoga Center, San Marcos where she currently teaches three classes of Kundalini Yoga a week. She has been keeping personal art journals since a 1997 trip to Italy. She taught Watercolor and Design at the Austin Museum of Art School, Austin, TX, for 16 years and at Texas State University, San Marcos, Art Department. She has led Plein Air classes at Ghost Ranch and Big Bend National Park. She has been represented by numerous galleries throughout the Southwest. She is the photographer, and her husband the author, of “The San Marcos: A River’s Story,” published by Texas A&M University press. Current projects are the Brazos River of Texas, the Rio Grande and the Pecos River. For more information, contact Jerry at: Kimmel@grandecom.netThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Jim Kimmel’s daily practice of Kundalini Yoga provides an important context for his other personal and professional endeavors. He is a professor of geography at Texas State University, where he specializes in geography-based environmental education. He and Jerry research and write educational books about rivers and the landscape. He guides students in using journals to help them actively participate in re-creative Earth activities.

Week(s) 07/23/2012 – 07/29/2012

Instructor(s) Jerry Kimmel;Jamie Shelton Need more info? Call us at (505) 685 – 4333 ext 4152

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