Qigong (alternatively spelled chi gung or chi kung) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement (blood, synovial and lymph) and building awareness of how the body moves through space. When you practice and learn a qigong exercise movement, there are both external movements and internal movements. These internal or "neigong" movements make qigong a superior health and wellness practice and also differentiate qigong from almost every other form of exercise in the West which often emphasizes prolonged cardiovascular movements (such as in running and biking) or focus on muscular strength training (weight lifting).


Every Thursday, 9 - 10:30 am
Sliding Scale

with Taganyahu Swaby


Are you overloaded with nutrition information but your diet is still not working for you? Have you tried fad diets but they fail or you can't stick to them? Break the yo-yo now. This course will teach change your relationship to food by focusing on the issues that matter; your own body! Learn to identify the hidden signs that the foods you're eating are not right for you. Sign up for this 90 minute workshop during which time Dr. Millie will show you the key first tools to understanding how your body and mind tell you what food to keep and what food to ditch. Learn a new form of body language! We will take a case or two, depending on time, so come prepared to discuss diet and nutrition. You will walk away inspired and ready to make changes!  EfM supplements and Eating for Meaning Workbook available. Discounts and Coupons will be given out.



With Dr. Millie Lytle

Sensory Meditation & Silent Seasonal Feast

There's a bad rumor circulating that meditation requires us to shut down our capacity for sensual experience. Join meditation teacher, Aaron Dias, to dispel this myth and explore how we can achieve states of meditation absorption all day long by awakening the senses and opening ourselves to the wealth of information around and within us. 

A short talk and guided meditation followed by a start-of-the summer feast prepared by the incredible chef of Mountain cafe. Space is limited for this blissful evening, so pre-register now


June 16th,  6:30 pm


with Aaron Dias



Capoeira Angola is an afro brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, acrobatics and music, and is thought of as a game. It was developed in Brazil but has african origins. Mainly descendants of Congo and Angola brought this art to Brazil where it was developed as a means of liberation form slavery. Capoeira was developed with the indigenous peoples of Brazil in Quilombos. Classes will consist of playing musical instruments, singing and movement. Wear light fitted comfortable clothing and sneakers. During the class we do a lot of the movements on our hands which cultivates trust, confidence , stamina, strength and balance.


Every Wednesday and Friday, 7-9pm

with Taganyahu Swaby