for body, mind & soul
Thursday, September 29, 2012
Route 9, Marlboro, Vermont
Like the Little Drummer Boy, I’ve humbly asked, “What can I give in the face of so much devastation?”
But the best I’ve had to offer is my presence; which pales in comparison to those with hammers and shovels and know-how.
Physical labor has never been my passion. But I do like to move. To music. And I could offer that to you. And it would feel good. And you would leave restored–body, mind & soul.
The first class of my fall YogaDance session at Marlboro Elementary School on the miraculously restored Route 9 is Thursday, September 29 at 5:30 pm; and I’d like to offer that class as a gift to all of you.
There’s nothing you need to bring, except for maybe a water bottle. You can dance barefoot or with clean, non-marking soles (like sneakers), and you can dress comfortably with layers to peel off as needed. You don’t need any skill or experience, and basically the music does what it needs to do– inside of each one of us.
What I bring as the instructor (besides a rocking sound system) is what I offer in my writing–deep presence to what is alive in me and what is alive around me–in you. In this way, I create a soundtrack that is always eclectic, bold, soulful, soothing–and just plain fun.
I begin with something quiet, maybe some classical cello, and then move into blues or jazz or funk before opening into something really powerful–rap, world, rock; and then shifting again– into the sweet sounds of the heart, before really ramping it up with something energizing and FUN.
As the hour ends, the music turns inward again–with a ballad perhaps; and then we sink into final relaxation with notes that transcend thought.
This is what I’d like to offer you. To all those touched by flood, murder, and all manner of trials.
If you’d like to come just show up–or drop me a line with questions or anything else that comes to mind. (See form below.)
- FREE Community YogaDance Class
- Thursday, September 29, 2011 at 5:30 pm
- Marlboro Elementary School gymnasium, Route 9, Marlboro, VT.
- Bring a water bottle, dress comfortably to move, dance barefoot or with clean sneaks.
Absolutely no charge. This is my little drummer boy gift to you. Given freely. In the hope that it will serve all who come.
Pass it on. The space is expansive, and so is the heart of the people in Vermont.
Kelly Salasin, September 2011
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