Community Days June 30th – July 2nd 2017

 

Community Days!

 


FRIDAY
June 30th

Doors open 10 am, come enjoy the river!

 
 
3:00 - 5:00pm
 
Open Your Voice for Vibration Self Healing
 
 
 
 Teaching about toning with sacred sounds and frequencies to clear energy blocks in the metephysical body which in turn helps heal the physical body and emotions.
 
 
 
 

5:00 - 7:00pm
 
POTLUCK Dinner

Bring a dish to share

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7:00 - 10:00pm

Music Jam

 

 

 

SATURDAY
July 1st

 

6:30 - 7:30am

Respiration Yoga

 with Zander Hathaway

 

Respiration Yoga involves a powerful breathing exercise derived from Tibetan Tummo, which has been practiced in extremely cold temperatures by monks for several thousand years and recently made popular by Wim Hof, a.k.a. “the Iceman”. This method is designed to influence the autonomic nervous system, endocrine system, and immune system, in order to bring balance to virtually all functions of the body, regulate its core temperature, and generate greater health and happiness. We will begin the practice at the top of the waterfall and then move into the water to experience it in a colder environment.

 
 
 


9:00 - 11:30am

 The Tyranny of Language:
How to consciously use words instead of unconsciously allowing words to use you

 

with Russ Giles

 

This interactive seminar (that means lots of participant participation!), explores how language actually limits and dictates the reality we perceive. And what can be done about that. While the seminar involves a group of people, the insights (both ahah's and uh-oh's) will be highly individualized to each participant. Most of the exercises involve practicing specific techniques you can use on others AND especially on yourself to usurp the tyrannical grip of language that limits your perceptions about your world and yourself.

Some things you might discover (not simply as concepts, but as knowings):

  • This language you got in your head isn't even yours.
  • The most profound beliefs you have are the ones you don't know about.
  • Most the time you think you are thinking; you're not.
  • When you find yourself caught in a rut or a hole, the first thing to do: STOP DIGGING!

 

 

 

 

 

1:00 - 2:30pm

Conscious Relationship Tools:
Level-Up Your Love Life & Make Your Relationships Amazing!

 with Kris Stone

 
 

Break free of patterns that don’t work and make your relationships amazing!  Come learn tangible real-world communication techniques and relating tools to super-charge your intimate and social relationships, such as: how to bring up difficult topics & clear the air, rules to use in your relationships to empower your growth and intimacy, and how to share your dreams and fantasies so that you can start making them a reality!  In this inclusive and sex-positive class for adults we will cover the Jedi tricks that literally destroy traditional relationship challenges by changing the rules of the game!

 

 

 

3:00 - 5:00pm

Music Medicine

with Sara Luz, Vyola Myst, Lily, and Jimmy Gilker

 

  A vibrational attunement with Medicine songs and sacred sound

 

 

5:00 - 7:00pm

Community Stew Preparation
and
Feast Together

Bring veggies for the big pot and we'll cook together

 

 

7:00 - 10:00pm

Music Jam

 

 

 

SUNDAY
July 2nd

 

5:30 - 6:45am

Respiration Yoga

 with Zander Hathaway

 

Respiration Yoga involves a powerful breathing exercise derived from Tibetan Tummo, which has been practiced in extremely cold temperatures by monks for several thousand years and recently made popular by Wim Hof, a.k.a. “the Iceman”. This method is designed to influence the autonomic nervous system, endocrine system, and immune system, in order to bring balance to virtually all functions of the body, regulate its core temperature, and generate greater health and happiness. We will begin the practice at the top of the waterfall and then move into the water to experience it in a colder environment.

 
 
 

 

7:00 - 8:30am

Dance Fit Yoga /NIA
The Joy of Movement

with Beth Corwin

 

A mind body technique which incorporates the healing arts.( Feldenkris, Alexander technique ) Martial Arts ( Aikido, tai chi) and the Dance Arts ( Duncan Dance, Contemporary Expressive Dance). Nia tones your body while transforming your mind.A wholistic fitness practice integrating mind body and soul.

 

 
 
10:00 - 11:30am
 
Regenerative Business: Creating Upward Spirals of Personal, Community, and Ecological Regeneration
 
 
 
The current global economy is based on imbalanced values and agreements that are corrosive to communities and the environment, and thus highly detrimental to those using it. A variety of factors indicate the old degenerative economy is in its final stages of decline, failing to serve the majority of the people using it, and devastating communities and nature as unsustainable resource consumption precipitates large systemic, societal, and environmental changes.

 

Our declining systems can be redesigned and replaced, and the need to do so is undeniable. If we unite, align, and support each other around our shared desire to live in a regenerative world, we can develop new ecologically and socially integral, life-honoring systems that can regenerate our communities and the environment.

 

Join Eric Baudry, Sustainability Strategist and Co-founder of Upward Spirals, to explore how we’re designing the future of our economy; the core challenges, the biggest opportunities for growth, and the tools we’re using to build the regenerative world our hearts know is possible

 

(Here are the presentation notes, or learn about the Solution Center, our most advanced project to create a regenerative economy)

 

 

 

1:00 - 2:30pm


30 Years in the Diamante Valley:
Sustainability and Rural Development

with Jesse Blenn

 

Jesse’s experience from starting Cambria Gardens in 1983 and how things have changed around here since then.
Sharing wisdom and perspective gained from the Cambria gardens project.

 

 

See you next time!!


Important Notes

 

** Bring food for the whole weekend!!!
  - Friday night POTLUCK dinner (bring a dish to share)
  - Saturday Fruit-Luck breakfast or eat solo
  - Saturday Bring your own Lunch
  - Saturday night, bring extra veggies, spices, ingredients for the Community Stew
    (We will prepare some dinner together)
  - Sunday Fruit-Luck breakfast or eat solo
  - Sunday Bring your own Lunch

** Bring camping gear, a flashlight (It is very dark at night), musical instruments and gifts or helpful attitudes for friends

** NEW: If you are a community member,
     email us to reserve a bed (bring bedding / pillow)

** All visitors are first come first serve for the remaining beds
    (First beds go to Providers/staff , then community members, then visitors)

** All ages all weekend

** Must have a 4 x 4 vehicle to drive down to the Center. Otherwise park to the right of the entrance and walk down. (Keep cars in the parking area near kitchen)

** Pets by invitation only

 

Directions and a Map

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