Embodying Gaia Women’s Circle series

May 14 2008 - 5:30pm - 7:30pm

Embodying Gaia Women’s Circle

An Outdoor Yoga Series Connecting Body, Earth & Spirit

Gather in this sacred women’s circle to awaken and deepen the intimate exchange between your body and the earth. Through a blend of breathing, creative movement, yoga, sensory expansion, land and seasonal awareness and meditation we will directly and deeply participate with the animated life and elements around us.

***May 14th -June 18th, every Wednesday, 5:30-7:30 pm***

Week 1 - May14th: The Land is Alive! Spring Rejuvenation Through Breath

Week 2 - May 21st: The Dance of Giving and Receiving: Finding Balance Through the Exchange Between Body & Earth

Week 3 - May 28th: Mystery, Imagination and Wonder: Experiencing Life Anew in Nature’s Birthing Season

Week 4 - June 4th: The Healing Power of the Earth: Finding Solace Through Slowing Down

Week 5 - June 11th: Earth & Body as Teachers: Walking the Path of Wisdom

Week 6 - June 18th: Earth & Body as Home: Aligning your Body to the Earth’s Body

Location: Tryon Life Community Farm - 11640 SW Boones Ferry Road - Portland, Oregon - 97219

Cost: $120
Pre-registration required, class limited to 10 students
For more information and to register contact:

Megan Hubbs, 503-473-7982

About the instructor: Megan Hubbs, M.S.
Megan designed this circle inspired by her own sacred connection to the land. Drawing from her 9 years of experience in the sustainable agriculture field as well as running an educational farm in SE Portland, Megan aspires to share with others the connection between ecology and health. Megan is also a certified Hatha Yoga instructor and draws from her 10 years of practice and teaching to create an avenue by which to expand the experience of the earth and body connection. In addition, Megan recently received a Master’s degree in a Leadership in Ecology, Culture and Learning focused in garden-based education. Ultimately, Megan hopes a renewed connection to our bodies and the earth can help direct us towards a more sustainable future.

Feedback and participation welcome! Please send bug reports to web@tryonfarm.org