Techniques for Thriving in a Complicated World – Workshop

Mind, Body, Spirit, and Earth – Techniques for Thriving in a Complicated World

Are you feeling the pressures of work and/or a busy lifestyle?

Is your body telling you something needs to change?

Do you wonder what simple things you can do to help improve the health of our environment?

Have you felt like you want to make a difference but don’t know where to start?

Would you like to learn simple techniques to cope with stresses and challenges in today’s complicated world or better yet “thrive” in it?

Matheson Farms Sustainable Living Education Center presents its inaugural workshop: Mind, Body, Spirit, and Earth – Techniques for Thriving in a Complicated World

This exciting program includes:

Dr. Robert Bates – Fun with Qigong (healing through movement)

Dudley and Dean Evenson, MS – Music, Meditation, and Healing

Serene Stevenson, M Ed – Us for Precedent (implementing creative change)

Dr. Sandra Matheson – Respecting the Earth in Your Everyday Living, Building Sustainable Relationships

If some or all of this is new to you, or you are simply seeking a refresher, then come participate and enjoy!

Date: June 30, 2012

Location: Bellingham, WA

Time: Registration begins at 8:30 AM. The workshop starts promptly at 9 AM and runs through 2:30 PM. That leaves time to have some summer fun!

Lunch will be available from the Community Food Co-op (guaranteed if pre-ordered by June 26) or bring your own sack lunch.

Your Investment:

Only $59 with lunch from the co-op included

$49 if you bring your own lunch

$39 Youth 13-17 years with lunch included

$29 Youth 13-17 if you bring your own lunch

If registering at the door, add $10 to the applicable fee. Enrollment is limited.

Format: Learn and practice many new techniques in a safe and fun environment

Who can register? Anyone approximately 13 years of age and older


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3 Responses to Techniques for Thriving in a Complicated World – Workshop

  1. Pingback: Fun With Qigong » Blog Archive » Qigong is Sustainable Self-Healing

  2. Kathy Smith says:

    I do not wish to pay via internet but by cash. Does this eliminate me from registration?

    I also could pay by mailing a check.

    Please advise.

    Robert Bates sent me the email telling me about the event.

    • admin says:

      You may pay cash at the door for the pre-registration price as long as you contact us and let us know you are coming.

      Sandra Matheson

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