Next To Normal - the musical | Performing Arts Center at Taconic Hills, Craryville, NY | 09/29/2020
Next to Normal comes to Columbia County
The Two of Us Productions, the award winning theater company based in Copake, NY, is bringing Next To Normal to the beautiful Performing Arts Center in Taconic Hills. Next To Normal by Yorkey & Kitt is widely acclaimed for it’s sensitive and true to life narrative of the Goodman family’s struggle to have a life “at least next to normal” while dealing with the after effects of losing their first born child. Next To Normal won the Pulitzer Prize for drama and three Tony awards.
Performing Arts Center at Taconic Hills, Craryville, NY | (866) 811-4111 | email@example.com | www.thetwoofusproductions.org
Credit cards accepted | Wheelchair accessible
$20 adults, $14 seniors/students, $12 for groups | Refreshments available | Advanced tickets required
Yoga for everyone with Dwayne | Random Harvest Market | 09/29/2020
This class is for all students regardless of age or experience. It is appropriate for all levels of yoga practitioners. The class includes practicing chanting, breathing, movement and meditation. Options are given during class to address individuals physical and mental stamina. All you need to bring is a mat, a blanket and the desire to evolve.
Dwayne has been teaching yoga in the Hudson Valley for the past 10 years. He is a 500 hour Yoga Alliance registered teacher. He has been practicing yoga for 25 years and started as an extension of an early love of dance. Dwayne follows in the “lineage” of his teachers, Sondra Loring and Raghunath.
25% of your contribution will be donated to the Hillsdale Food Bank
Random Harvest Market | 518-325-9895 | firstname.lastname@example.org
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm | Credit cards accepted | Wheelchair accessible
Community Yoga at Mettabee Farm | Mettabee Farm & Arts | 09/29/2020
Community Yoga at Mettabee Farm Tuesdays 6:15-7:15 with Rachel Haley
A comfortable and inclusive class accommodating all levels and abilities. Breath-work, seated and standing postures, and basic meditation tools will be practiced. Sequences are created with optimal anatomical alignment as a focus while cultivating a sense of joy and balance in the body.
Drawing on a background in women’s health and somatic healing, Rachel combines the wisdom of the traditional yoga systems including Kundalini, Tantra, Bhakti, Ashtanga, and Iyengar schools with medicine from dance, shamanistic ritual, mysticism, mythology, and visualization. The energetic focus of the practice is grounded in extensive knowledge and attention to body mechanics and alignment in asana. Her teaching style is versatile and can easily apply knowledge to the individuals and groups specific needs.