Adults

Tuesday, September 2

  • Tuesdays, 9 AM–noon; Session 1: September 2–October 21; Session 2: October 28–December 16

    Come join us for Creative Ceramics for Adults. In this class we will be making hand-built, low-fire pieces. A variety of techniques will be explored including the glazing process. No previous experience is necessary. All levels are welcome. The emphasis is on exploration and having fun. The class is taught by a very talented, professional ceramic artist, Laurie Curtis, to learn more visit her web site at lauriecurtis.net.
    Instructor: Laurie Curtis / 663-1075 to register through the Dance Palace

    Class Costs: $170 per session includes materials
  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee
  • First Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm

    Members of the community are welcome to come participate in the meetings and share their ideas and thoughts about the Dance Palace programs.

Wednesday, September 3

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • Wednesdays on-going, 11:15 AM - 12:15pm

    Designed for seniors to improve balance, breathing and well-being. Exercises include warmups, aerobics, stretching, weight training, and dance moves. Come join us and improve your physical capabilities! Enhance your physical performance, heighten your sense of well-being, and decrease emotional stress and anxiety.

    Instructor: Mary Salmon Class Costs: $25 - $35 per month, sliding scale or $5 - $10 drop-in

Thursday, September 4

Friday, September 5

  • Fridays 9:00 AM–10:30 AM

    Elizabeth's classes include: gentle warm-ups that help integrate body and breath; flow yoga that elicits the fluid nature of movement; Iyengar training that offers precise and exacting instruction for careful alignment; and restorative poses for rejuvenation and rest. Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, elizabeth.c.barnet@gmail.com Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), $15 drop-ins
  • Fridays, on-going, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Class schedule will vary; please contact instructor Chris Anderl before attending 415-669-9720.

    Come breathe, move, and play with fundamental techniques of self-healing. This class will be seriously fun, as we stimulate every cell in our bodies for detoxification, loosen all the joints for mobility, and improve the flow of Qi (life energy) in our meridian system. You will learn all the major organ meridians and the 18 most important acupressure points. We will flow with an easy five-minute Qigong Tai Chi style that improves balance and coordination, and harmonizes our energy with the Universe; we may even advance to levitation depending on group willingness.

    Instructor: Christopher Anderl Class Costs: Sliding scale: $10 per class or $30 per month
  • Fridays 10:45 a.m.–Noon, ongoing

    This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), or $15 drop-ins

Saturday, September 6

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes

Sunday, September 7

  • Sundays, ongoing, 8:30 –10:00 AM

    Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40/month
  • Sundays, on-going 10:00am–12:00pm

    No dance will be held on December 7.

    ECSTATIC DANCE POINT REYES

    Class Costs: $15 per dance at the door / children free

Monday, September 8

  • Mondays, 10:00 AM –11:30 AM, on-going

    We practice together in a supportive environment.  Ellen has taught for forty-two years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructor: Ellen Serber, 663-1662, www.mydailyyoga.com Mondays ongoing, 10 - 11:30 AM / $40 per month / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40 a month or $15 drop-ins

Tuesday, September 9

  • Tuesdays, 9 AM–noon; Session 1: September 2–October 21; Session 2: October 28–December 16

    Come join us for Creative Ceramics for Adults. In this class we will be making hand-built, low-fire pieces. A variety of techniques will be explored including the glazing process. No previous experience is necessary. All levels are welcome. The emphasis is on exploration and having fun. The class is taught by a very talented, professional ceramic artist, Laurie Curtis, to learn more visit her web site at lauriecurtis.net.
    Instructor: Laurie Curtis / 663-1075 to register through the Dance Palace

    Class Costs: $170 per session includes materials
  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee

Wednesday, September 10

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • Wednesdays on-going, 11:15 AM - 12:15pm

    Designed for seniors to improve balance, breathing and well-being. Exercises include warmups, aerobics, stretching, weight training, and dance moves. Come join us and improve your physical capabilities! Enhance your physical performance, heighten your sense of well-being, and decrease emotional stress and anxiety.

    Instructor: Mary Salmon Class Costs: $25 - $35 per month, sliding scale or $5 - $10 drop-in

Friday, September 12

  • Fridays 9:00 AM–10:30 AM

    Elizabeth's classes include: gentle warm-ups that help integrate body and breath; flow yoga that elicits the fluid nature of movement; Iyengar training that offers precise and exacting instruction for careful alignment; and restorative poses for rejuvenation and rest. Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, elizabeth.c.barnet@gmail.com Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), $15 drop-ins
  • Fridays, on-going, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Class schedule will vary; please contact instructor Chris Anderl before attending 415-669-9720.

    Come breathe, move, and play with fundamental techniques of self-healing. This class will be seriously fun, as we stimulate every cell in our bodies for detoxification, loosen all the joints for mobility, and improve the flow of Qi (life energy) in our meridian system. You will learn all the major organ meridians and the 18 most important acupressure points. We will flow with an easy five-minute Qigong Tai Chi style that improves balance and coordination, and harmonizes our energy with the Universe; we may even advance to levitation depending on group willingness.

    Instructor: Christopher Anderl Class Costs: Sliding scale: $10 per class or $30 per month
  • Fridays 10:45 a.m.–Noon, ongoing

    This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), or $15 drop-ins

Saturday, September 13

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes

Sunday, September 14

  • Sundays, ongoing, 8:30 –10:00 AM

    Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40/month
  • Sundays, on-going 10:00am–12:00pm

    No dance will be held on December 7.

    ECSTATIC DANCE POINT REYES

    Class Costs: $15 per dance at the door / children free

Monday, September 15

  • Mondays, 10:00 AM –11:30 AM, on-going

    We practice together in a supportive environment.  Ellen has taught for forty-two years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructor: Ellen Serber, 663-1662, www.mydailyyoga.com Mondays ongoing, 10 - 11:30 AM / $40 per month / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40 a month or $15 drop-ins
  • Mondays ongoing, 6–7 PM  starting <Onday, September 15 (No Zumba on Mondays in July and August)

     

    Ditch the workout, join the party! Zumba is the hottest new craze, combining a fusion of Latin dance moves and heart-pounding rhythms. You get a workout without feeling like you’re working! Bring your daughter! Ages 7+. Instructor: Cathy Davis, 669-7112 Mondays ongoing,  6 – 7 PM / $100 for 10 classes anytime  / $15 drop in

    Instructor: Cathy Davis Class Costs: $75 unlimited for one month prepaid / $50 for 5 classes / $15 drop in

Tuesday, September 16

  • Tuesdays, 9 AM–noon; Session 1: September 2–October 21; Session 2: October 28–December 16

    Come join us for Creative Ceramics for Adults. In this class we will be making hand-built, low-fire pieces. A variety of techniques will be explored including the glazing process. No previous experience is necessary. All levels are welcome. The emphasis is on exploration and having fun. The class is taught by a very talented, professional ceramic artist, Laurie Curtis, to learn more visit her web site at lauriecurtis.net.
    Instructor: Laurie Curtis / 663-1075 to register through the Dance Palace

    Class Costs: $170 per session includes materials
  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee

Wednesday, September 17

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • Wednesdays on-going, 11:15 AM - 12:15pm

    Designed for seniors to improve balance, breathing and well-being. Exercises include warmups, aerobics, stretching, weight training, and dance moves. Come join us and improve your physical capabilities! Enhance your physical performance, heighten your sense of well-being, and decrease emotional stress and anxiety.

    Instructor: Mary Salmon Class Costs: $25 - $35 per month, sliding scale or $5 - $10 drop-in

Thursday, September 18

  • Thursdays, 9:00 - 11:00am, on-going - first class meets September 18.  * Changed from date first published in Bulletin.

    Beginning English classes offer student instruction in reading, writing, and speaking. Free textbooks, educational materials and childcare are provided. The classes are a collaborative project of the West Marin Literacy Program, Marin Head Start, Marin County Free Library, and the Dance Palace.
    Instructor: Brian Kirven
    For more information, call West Marin Literacy 663-1849

    Class Costs: FREE
  • Thursdays, September 18, October 16, November 20, 7–8:30 PM
    (No class in December) / $20 suggested donation. No one turned away

    Experience the music of 12th century Abbess Hildegard von Bingen the way she shared it with the women and men who sang with her—as a gentle, contemplative practice of listening and singing together. Her songs are made of beautiful melodies and images that carry profound wisdom teachings deeply into the heart of the singer. Devi Mathieu has been teaching Hildegard’s music in the medieval oral tradition for 15 years. Instructor: Devi Mathieu, 707-829-0815, dmathieu@sonic.net, www.numinacenter.org

    Instructor: Devi Mathieu Class Costs: Suggested donation $20, no one turned away

Friday, September 19

  • Fridays 9:00 AM–10:30 AM

    Elizabeth's classes include: gentle warm-ups that help integrate body and breath; flow yoga that elicits the fluid nature of movement; Iyengar training that offers precise and exacting instruction for careful alignment; and restorative poses for rejuvenation and rest. Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, elizabeth.c.barnet@gmail.com Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), $15 drop-ins
  • Fridays, on-going, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Class schedule will vary; please contact instructor Chris Anderl before attending 415-669-9720.

    Come breathe, move, and play with fundamental techniques of self-healing. This class will be seriously fun, as we stimulate every cell in our bodies for detoxification, loosen all the joints for mobility, and improve the flow of Qi (life energy) in our meridian system. You will learn all the major organ meridians and the 18 most important acupressure points. We will flow with an easy five-minute Qigong Tai Chi style that improves balance and coordination, and harmonizes our energy with the Universe; we may even advance to levitation depending on group willingness.

    Instructor: Christopher Anderl Class Costs: Sliding scale: $10 per class or $30 per month
  • Fridays 10:45 a.m.–Noon, ongoing

    This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), or $15 drop-ins

Saturday, September 20

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • Saturdays, September 20, October 18, November 22, 2014 & January 10, 2015, 1–4 PM

    Jeremy Morgan, MFA has been facilitating artists’ seminars for the Lucid Art Foundation for over five years. He is a professor of painting at the San Francisco Art Institute and has taught at the Arts and Consciousness Department at the John F. Kennedy University in Berkeley. Jeremy is a painter and has exhibited his work internationally.

    Class Costs: $80 for 2 seminars for artist participants / auditors welcome $15

Sunday, September 21

  • Sundays, ongoing, 8:30 –10:00 AM

    Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40/month
  • Sundays, on-going 10:00am–12:00pm

    No dance will be held on December 7.

    ECSTATIC DANCE POINT REYES

    Class Costs: $15 per dance at the door / children free

Monday, September 22

  • Mondays, 10:00 AM –11:30 AM, on-going

    We practice together in a supportive environment.  Ellen has taught for forty-two years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructor: Ellen Serber, 663-1662, www.mydailyyoga.com Mondays ongoing, 10 - 11:30 AM / $40 per month / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40 a month or $15 drop-ins
  • Mondays ongoing, 6–7 PM  starting <Onday, September 15 (No Zumba on Mondays in July and August)

     

    Ditch the workout, join the party! Zumba is the hottest new craze, combining a fusion of Latin dance moves and heart-pounding rhythms. You get a workout without feeling like you’re working! Bring your daughter! Ages 7+. Instructor: Cathy Davis, 669-7112 Mondays ongoing,  6 – 7 PM / $100 for 10 classes anytime  / $15 drop in

    Instructor: Cathy Davis Class Costs: $75 unlimited for one month prepaid / $50 for 5 classes / $15 drop in

Tuesday, September 23

  • Tuesdays, 9 AM–noon; Session 1: September 2–October 21; Session 2: October 28–December 16

    Come join us for Creative Ceramics for Adults. In this class we will be making hand-built, low-fire pieces. A variety of techniques will be explored including the glazing process. No previous experience is necessary. All levels are welcome. The emphasis is on exploration and having fun. The class is taught by a very talented, professional ceramic artist, Laurie Curtis, to learn more visit her web site at lauriecurtis.net.
    Instructor: Laurie Curtis / 663-1075 to register through the Dance Palace

    Class Costs: $170 per session includes materials
  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee

Wednesday, September 24

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • Wednesdays on-going, 11:15 AM - 12:15pm

    Designed for seniors to improve balance, breathing and well-being. Exercises include warmups, aerobics, stretching, weight training, and dance moves. Come join us and improve your physical capabilities! Enhance your physical performance, heighten your sense of well-being, and decrease emotional stress and anxiety.

    Instructor: Mary Salmon Class Costs: $25 - $35 per month, sliding scale or $5 - $10 drop-in

Friday, September 26

  • Fridays 9:00 AM–10:30 AM

    Elizabeth's classes include: gentle warm-ups that help integrate body and breath; flow yoga that elicits the fluid nature of movement; Iyengar training that offers precise and exacting instruction for careful alignment; and restorative poses for rejuvenation and rest. Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, elizabeth.c.barnet@gmail.com Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), $15 drop-ins
  • Fridays, on-going, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Class schedule will vary; please contact instructor Chris Anderl before attending 415-669-9720.

    Come breathe, move, and play with fundamental techniques of self-healing. This class will be seriously fun, as we stimulate every cell in our bodies for detoxification, loosen all the joints for mobility, and improve the flow of Qi (life energy) in our meridian system. You will learn all the major organ meridians and the 18 most important acupressure points. We will flow with an easy five-minute Qigong Tai Chi style that improves balance and coordination, and harmonizes our energy with the Universe; we may even advance to levitation depending on group willingness.

    Instructor: Christopher Anderl Class Costs: Sliding scale: $10 per class or $30 per month
  • Fridays 10:45 a.m.–Noon, ongoing

    This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), or $15 drop-ins

Saturday, September 27

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes

Sunday, September 28

  • Sundays, ongoing, 8:30 –10:00 AM

    Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40/month
  • Sundays, on-going 10:00am–12:00pm

    No dance will be held on December 7.

    ECSTATIC DANCE POINT REYES

    Class Costs: $15 per dance at the door / children free

Monday, September 29

  • Mondays, 10:00 AM –11:30 AM, on-going

    We practice together in a supportive environment.  Ellen has taught for forty-two years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructor: Ellen Serber, 663-1662, www.mydailyyoga.com Mondays ongoing, 10 - 11:30 AM / $40 per month / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40 a month or $15 drop-ins
  • September 29, October 6, November 30 & December 28 from 11:00am - 1:30pm

    Come dance in this beautiful space with other welcoming dancers. This Contact Improvisation Dance Jam is for people with some experience with this form. Possibilities of taking our dances to the beach and picnicking afterwards.  
    Jam hosted by Maica Folch (650) 619-5974 and Cory vanGelder. Questions corylvg@gmail.com or 415-497-8459

    Class Costs: $8 to $20 sliding scale
  • Mondays ongoing, 6–7 PM  starting <Onday, September 15 (No Zumba on Mondays in July and August)

     

    Ditch the workout, join the party! Zumba is the hottest new craze, combining a fusion of Latin dance moves and heart-pounding rhythms. You get a workout without feeling like you’re working! Bring your daughter! Ages 7+. Instructor: Cathy Davis, 669-7112 Mondays ongoing,  6 – 7 PM / $100 for 10 classes anytime  / $15 drop in

    Instructor: Cathy Davis Class Costs: $75 unlimited for one month prepaid / $50 for 5 classes / $15 drop in

Tuesday, September 30

  • Tuesdays, 9 AM–noon; Session 1: September 2–October 21; Session 2: October 28–December 16

    Come join us for Creative Ceramics for Adults. In this class we will be making hand-built, low-fire pieces. A variety of techniques will be explored including the glazing process. No previous experience is necessary. All levels are welcome. The emphasis is on exploration and having fun. The class is taught by a very talented, professional ceramic artist, Laurie Curtis, to learn more visit her web site at lauriecurtis.net.
    Instructor: Laurie Curtis / 663-1075 to register through the Dance Palace

    Class Costs: $170 per session includes materials
  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee
  • Tuesdays, September 30–November 18, 7–8:30 PM / $180 until September 25, after that $200

    Common Voice sings joyful group harmony songs and chants from around the world. Led by Tim Weed and Debbie Daly who create a welcoming space for everyone’s voice. No music or singing experience is needed. Listen to the music, and sign up online at singwestmarin.org or mail a check made out to Debbie Daly, Box 722, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956. Call 415-663-4018 with questions.
     

    Class Costs: $180 until September 25, after that $200

Wednesday, October 1

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • Wednesdays on-going, 11:15 AM - 12:15pm

    Designed for seniors to improve balance, breathing and well-being. Exercises include warmups, aerobics, stretching, weight training, and dance moves. Come join us and improve your physical capabilities! Enhance your physical performance, heighten your sense of well-being, and decrease emotional stress and anxiety.

    Instructor: Mary Salmon Class Costs: $25 - $35 per month, sliding scale or $5 - $10 drop-in

Friday, October 3

  • Fridays 9:00 AM–10:30 AM

    Elizabeth's classes include: gentle warm-ups that help integrate body and breath; flow yoga that elicits the fluid nature of movement; Iyengar training that offers precise and exacting instruction for careful alignment; and restorative poses for rejuvenation and rest. Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, elizabeth.c.barnet@gmail.com Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), $15 drop-ins
  • Fridays, on-going, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Class schedule will vary; please contact instructor Chris Anderl before attending 415-669-9720.

    Come breathe, move, and play with fundamental techniques of self-healing. This class will be seriously fun, as we stimulate every cell in our bodies for detoxification, loosen all the joints for mobility, and improve the flow of Qi (life energy) in our meridian system. You will learn all the major organ meridians and the 18 most important acupressure points. We will flow with an easy five-minute Qigong Tai Chi style that improves balance and coordination, and harmonizes our energy with the Universe; we may even advance to levitation depending on group willingness.

    Instructor: Christopher Anderl Class Costs: Sliding scale: $10 per class or $30 per month
  • Fridays 10:45 a.m.–Noon, ongoing

    This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), or $15 drop-ins

Saturday, October 4

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes

Sunday, October 5

  • Sundays, ongoing, 8:30 –10:00 AM

    Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40/month
  • Sundays, on-going 10:00am–12:00pm

    No dance will be held on December 7.

    ECSTATIC DANCE POINT REYES

    Class Costs: $15 per dance at the door / children free

Monday, October 6

  • Mondays, 10:00 AM –11:30 AM, on-going

    We practice together in a supportive environment.  Ellen has taught for forty-two years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructor: Ellen Serber, 663-1662, www.mydailyyoga.com Mondays ongoing, 10 - 11:30 AM / $40 per month / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40 a month or $15 drop-ins
  • Mondays ongoing, 6–7 PM  starting <Onday, September 15 (No Zumba on Mondays in July and August)

     

    Ditch the workout, join the party! Zumba is the hottest new craze, combining a fusion of Latin dance moves and heart-pounding rhythms. You get a workout without feeling like you’re working! Bring your daughter! Ages 7+. Instructor: Cathy Davis, 669-7112 Mondays ongoing,  6 – 7 PM / $100 for 10 classes anytime  / $15 drop in

    Instructor: Cathy Davis Class Costs: $75 unlimited for one month prepaid / $50 for 5 classes / $15 drop in

Tuesday, October 7

  • Tuesdays, 9 AM–noon; Session 1: September 2–October 21; Session 2: October 28–December 16

    Come join us for Creative Ceramics for Adults. In this class we will be making hand-built, low-fire pieces. A variety of techniques will be explored including the glazing process. No previous experience is necessary. All levels are welcome. The emphasis is on exploration and having fun. The class is taught by a very talented, professional ceramic artist, Laurie Curtis, to learn more visit her web site at lauriecurtis.net.
    Instructor: Laurie Curtis / 663-1075 to register through the Dance Palace

    Class Costs: $170 per session includes materials
  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee

Wednesday, October 8

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • Wednesdays on-going, 11:15 AM - 12:15pm

    Designed for seniors to improve balance, breathing and well-being. Exercises include warmups, aerobics, stretching, weight training, and dance moves. Come join us and improve your physical capabilities! Enhance your physical performance, heighten your sense of well-being, and decrease emotional stress and anxiety.

    Instructor: Mary Salmon Class Costs: $25 - $35 per month, sliding scale or $5 - $10 drop-in

Thursday, October 9

  • Thursdays, September 18, October 16, November 20, 7–8:30 PM
    (No class in December) / $20 suggested donation. No one turned away

    Experience the music of 12th century Abbess Hildegard von Bingen the way she shared it with the women and men who sang with her—as a gentle, contemplative practice of listening and singing together. Her songs are made of beautiful melodies and images that carry profound wisdom teachings deeply into the heart of the singer. Devi Mathieu has been teaching Hildegard’s music in the medieval oral tradition for 15 years. Instructor: Devi Mathieu, 707-829-0815, dmathieu@sonic.net, www.numinacenter.org

    Instructor: Devi Mathieu Class Costs: Suggested donation $20, no one turned away

Friday, October 10

  • Fridays 9:00 AM–10:30 AM

    Elizabeth's classes include: gentle warm-ups that help integrate body and breath; flow yoga that elicits the fluid nature of movement; Iyengar training that offers precise and exacting instruction for careful alignment; and restorative poses for rejuvenation and rest. Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, elizabeth.c.barnet@gmail.com Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), $15 drop-ins
  • Fridays, on-going, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Class schedule will vary; please contact instructor Chris Anderl before attending 415-669-9720.

    Come breathe, move, and play with fundamental techniques of self-healing. This class will be seriously fun, as we stimulate every cell in our bodies for detoxification, loosen all the joints for mobility, and improve the flow of Qi (life energy) in our meridian system. You will learn all the major organ meridians and the 18 most important acupressure points. We will flow with an easy five-minute Qigong Tai Chi style that improves balance and coordination, and harmonizes our energy with the Universe; we may even advance to levitation depending on group willingness.

    Instructor: Christopher Anderl Class Costs: Sliding scale: $10 per class or $30 per month
  • Fridays 10:45 a.m.–Noon, ongoing

    This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), or $15 drop-ins

Saturday, October 11

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • SECOND SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH, BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 13 THROUGH DECEMBER 13

    THE MYSTERY NOVEL

    The Fall series focuses on police procedurals in the British Isles and Ireland. ­Set in either the present time or the years during and after the two world wars, these novels are especially interesting. Sometimes the authors use the scars of war to distract the reader from classic mystery fiction themes: greed, money, and love.

    TAUGHT BY JOAN HAMERMAN ROBBINS 868 0835

    SECOND SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH,

    BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 13- THROUGH DEC 13.

    10:30 AM – NOON.  $50 FOR SERIES. THE BOARD ROOM

    Instructor: Joan Hamerman Robbins Class Costs: $50 FOR THE SERIES.

Sunday, October 12

  • Sundays, ongoing, 8:30 –10:00 AM

    Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40/month
  • Sundays, on-going 10:00am–12:00pm

    No dance will be held on December 7.

    ECSTATIC DANCE POINT REYES

    Class Costs: $15 per dance at the door / children free

Monday, October 13

  • Mondays, 10:00 AM –11:30 AM, on-going

    We practice together in a supportive environment.  Ellen has taught for forty-two years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructor: Ellen Serber, 663-1662, www.mydailyyoga.com Mondays ongoing, 10 - 11:30 AM / $40 per month / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40 a month or $15 drop-ins
  • Mondays ongoing, 6–7 PM  starting <Onday, September 15 (No Zumba on Mondays in July and August)

     

    Ditch the workout, join the party! Zumba is the hottest new craze, combining a fusion of Latin dance moves and heart-pounding rhythms. You get a workout without feeling like you’re working! Bring your daughter! Ages 7+. Instructor: Cathy Davis, 669-7112 Mondays ongoing,  6 – 7 PM / $100 for 10 classes anytime  / $15 drop in

    Instructor: Cathy Davis Class Costs: $75 unlimited for one month prepaid / $50 for 5 classes / $15 drop in

Tuesday, October 14

  • Tuesdays, 9 AM–noon; Session 1: September 2–October 21; Session 2: October 28–December 16

    Come join us for Creative Ceramics for Adults. In this class we will be making hand-built, low-fire pieces. A variety of techniques will be explored including the glazing process. No previous experience is necessary. All levels are welcome. The emphasis is on exploration and having fun. The class is taught by a very talented, professional ceramic artist, Laurie Curtis, to learn more visit her web site at lauriecurtis.net.
    Instructor: Laurie Curtis / 663-1075 to register through the Dance Palace

    Class Costs: $170 per session includes materials
  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee

Wednesday, October 15

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • Wednesdays on-going, 11:15 AM - 12:15pm

    Designed for seniors to improve balance, breathing and well-being. Exercises include warmups, aerobics, stretching, weight training, and dance moves. Come join us and improve your physical capabilities! Enhance your physical performance, heighten your sense of well-being, and decrease emotional stress and anxiety.

    Instructor: Mary Salmon Class Costs: $25 - $35 per month, sliding scale or $5 - $10 drop-in

Thursday, October 16

  • Thursdays, September 18, October 16, November 20, 7–8:30 PM
    (No class in December) / $20 suggested donation. No one turned away

    Experience the music of 12th century Abbess Hildegard von Bingen the way she shared it with the women and men who sang with her—as a gentle, contemplative practice of listening and singing together. Her songs are made of beautiful melodies and images that carry profound wisdom teachings deeply into the heart of the singer. Devi Mathieu has been teaching Hildegard’s music in the medieval oral tradition for 15 years. Instructor: Devi Mathieu, 707-829-0815, dmathieu@sonic.net, www.numinacenter.org

    Instructor: Devi Mathieu Class Costs: Suggested donation $20, no one turned away

Friday, October 17

  • Fridays 9:00 AM–10:30 AM

    Elizabeth's classes include: gentle warm-ups that help integrate body and breath; flow yoga that elicits the fluid nature of movement; Iyengar training that offers precise and exacting instruction for careful alignment; and restorative poses for rejuvenation and rest. Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, elizabeth.c.barnet@gmail.com Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), $15 drop-ins
  • Fridays, on-going, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Class schedule will vary; please contact instructor Chris Anderl before attending 415-669-9720.

    Come breathe, move, and play with fundamental techniques of self-healing. This class will be seriously fun, as we stimulate every cell in our bodies for detoxification, loosen all the joints for mobility, and improve the flow of Qi (life energy) in our meridian system. You will learn all the major organ meridians and the 18 most important acupressure points. We will flow with an easy five-minute Qigong Tai Chi style that improves balance and coordination, and harmonizes our energy with the Universe; we may even advance to levitation depending on group willingness.

    Instructor: Christopher Anderl Class Costs: Sliding scale: $10 per class or $30 per month
  • Fridays 10:45 a.m.–Noon, ongoing

    This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), or $15 drop-ins

Saturday, October 18

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes

Sunday, October 19

  • Sundays, ongoing, 8:30 –10:00 AM

    Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40/month
  • Sundays, on-going 10:00am–12:00pm

    No dance will be held on December 7.

    ECSTATIC DANCE POINT REYES

    Class Costs: $15 per dance at the door / children free

Monday, October 20

  • Mondays, 10:00 AM –11:30 AM, on-going

    We practice together in a supportive environment.  Ellen has taught for forty-two years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructor: Ellen Serber, 663-1662, www.mydailyyoga.com Mondays ongoing, 10 - 11:30 AM / $40 per month / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40 a month or $15 drop-ins
  • Mondays ongoing, 6–7 PM  starting <Onday, September 15 (No Zumba on Mondays in July and August)

     

    Ditch the workout, join the party! Zumba is the hottest new craze, combining a fusion of Latin dance moves and heart-pounding rhythms. You get a workout without feeling like you’re working! Bring your daughter! Ages 7+. Instructor: Cathy Davis, 669-7112 Mondays ongoing,  6 – 7 PM / $100 for 10 classes anytime  / $15 drop in

    Instructor: Cathy Davis Class Costs: $75 unlimited for one month prepaid / $50 for 5 classes / $15 drop in

Tuesday, October 21

  • Tuesdays, 9 AM–noon; Session 1: September 2–October 21; Session 2: October 28–December 16

    Come join us for Creative Ceramics for Adults. In this class we will be making hand-built, low-fire pieces. A variety of techniques will be explored including the glazing process. No previous experience is necessary. All levels are welcome. The emphasis is on exploration and having fun. The class is taught by a very talented, professional ceramic artist, Laurie Curtis, to learn more visit her web site at lauriecurtis.net.
    Instructor: Laurie Curtis / 663-1075 to register through the Dance Palace

    Class Costs: $170 per session includes materials
  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee

Wednesday, October 22

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • Wednesdays on-going, 11:15 AM - 12:15pm

    Designed for seniors to improve balance, breathing and well-being. Exercises include warmups, aerobics, stretching, weight training, and dance moves. Come join us and improve your physical capabilities! Enhance your physical performance, heighten your sense of well-being, and decrease emotional stress and anxiety.

    Instructor: Mary Salmon Class Costs: $25 - $35 per month, sliding scale or $5 - $10 drop-in

Friday, October 24

  • Fridays 9:00 AM–10:30 AM

    Elizabeth's classes include: gentle warm-ups that help integrate body and breath; flow yoga that elicits the fluid nature of movement; Iyengar training that offers precise and exacting instruction for careful alignment; and restorative poses for rejuvenation and rest. Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, elizabeth.c.barnet@gmail.com Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), $15 drop-ins
  • Fridays, on-going, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Class schedule will vary; please contact instructor Chris Anderl before attending 415-669-9720.

    Come breathe, move, and play with fundamental techniques of self-healing. This class will be seriously fun, as we stimulate every cell in our bodies for detoxification, loosen all the joints for mobility, and improve the flow of Qi (life energy) in our meridian system. You will learn all the major organ meridians and the 18 most important acupressure points. We will flow with an easy five-minute Qigong Tai Chi style that improves balance and coordination, and harmonizes our energy with the Universe; we may even advance to levitation depending on group willingness.

    Instructor: Christopher Anderl Class Costs: Sliding scale: $10 per class or $30 per month
  • Fridays 10:45 a.m.–Noon, ongoing

    This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), or $15 drop-ins

Saturday, October 25

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes

Sunday, October 26

  • Sundays, ongoing, 8:30 –10:00 AM

    Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40/month
  • Sundays, on-going 10:00am–12:00pm

    No dance will be held on December 7.

    ECSTATIC DANCE POINT REYES

    Class Costs: $15 per dance at the door / children free
  • September 29, October 6, November 30 & December 28 from 11:00am - 1:30pm

    Come dance in this beautiful space with other welcoming dancers. This Contact Improvisation Dance Jam is for people with some experience with this form. Possibilities of taking our dances to the beach and picnicking afterwards.  
    Jam hosted by Maica Folch (650) 619-5974 and Cory vanGelder. Questions corylvg@gmail.com or 415-497-8459

    Class Costs: $8 to $20 sliding scale

Monday, October 27

  • Mondays, 10:00 AM –11:30 AM, on-going

    We practice together in a supportive environment.  Ellen has taught for forty-two years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructor: Ellen Serber, 663-1662, www.mydailyyoga.com Mondays ongoing, 10 - 11:30 AM / $40 per month / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40 a month or $15 drop-ins
  • Mondays ongoing, 6–7 PM  starting <Onday, September 15 (No Zumba on Mondays in July and August)

     

    Ditch the workout, join the party! Zumba is the hottest new craze, combining a fusion of Latin dance moves and heart-pounding rhythms. You get a workout without feeling like you’re working! Bring your daughter! Ages 7+. Instructor: Cathy Davis, 669-7112 Mondays ongoing,  6 – 7 PM / $100 for 10 classes anytime  / $15 drop in

    Instructor: Cathy Davis Class Costs: $75 unlimited for one month prepaid / $50 for 5 classes / $15 drop in

Tuesday, October 28

  • Tuesdays, 9 AM–noon; Session 1: September 2–October 21; Session 2: October 28–December 16

    Come join us for Creative Ceramics for Adults. In this class we will be making hand-built, low-fire pieces. A variety of techniques will be explored including the glazing process. No previous experience is necessary. All levels are welcome. The emphasis is on exploration and having fun. The class is taught by a very talented, professional ceramic artist, Laurie Curtis, to learn more visit her web site at lauriecurtis.net.
    Instructor: Laurie Curtis / 663-1075 to register through the Dance Palace

    Class Costs: $170 per session includes materials
  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee

Wednesday, October 29

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • Wednesdays on-going, 11:15 AM - 12:15pm

    Designed for seniors to improve balance, breathing and well-being. Exercises include warmups, aerobics, stretching, weight training, and dance moves. Come join us and improve your physical capabilities! Enhance your physical performance, heighten your sense of well-being, and decrease emotional stress and anxiety.

    Instructor: Mary Salmon Class Costs: $25 - $35 per month, sliding scale or $5 - $10 drop-in

Friday, October 31

  • Fridays 9:00 AM–10:30 AM

    Elizabeth's classes include: gentle warm-ups that help integrate body and breath; flow yoga that elicits the fluid nature of movement; Iyengar training that offers precise and exacting instruction for careful alignment; and restorative poses for rejuvenation and rest. Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, elizabeth.c.barnet@gmail.com Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), $15 drop-ins
  • Fridays, on-going, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Class schedule will vary; please contact instructor Chris Anderl before attending 415-669-9720.

    Come breathe, move, and play with fundamental techniques of self-healing. This class will be seriously fun, as we stimulate every cell in our bodies for detoxification, loosen all the joints for mobility, and improve the flow of Qi (life energy) in our meridian system. You will learn all the major organ meridians and the 18 most important acupressure points. We will flow with an easy five-minute Qigong Tai Chi style that improves balance and coordination, and harmonizes our energy with the Universe; we may even advance to levitation depending on group willingness.

    Instructor: Christopher Anderl Class Costs: Sliding scale: $10 per class or $30 per month
  • Fridays 10:45 a.m.–Noon, ongoing

    This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), or $15 drop-ins

Saturday, November 1

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes

Sunday, November 2

  • Sundays, ongoing, 8:30 –10:00 AM

    Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40/month
  • Sundays, on-going 10:00am–12:00pm

    No dance will be held on December 7.

    ECSTATIC DANCE POINT REYES

    Class Costs: $15 per dance at the door / children free

Monday, November 3

  • Mondays, 10:00 AM –11:30 AM, on-going

    We practice together in a supportive environment.  Ellen has taught for forty-two years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructor: Ellen Serber, 663-1662, www.mydailyyoga.com Mondays ongoing, 10 - 11:30 AM / $40 per month / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40 a month or $15 drop-ins
  • Mondays ongoing, 6–7 PM  starting <Onday, September 15 (No Zumba on Mondays in July and August)

     

    Ditch the workout, join the party! Zumba is the hottest new craze, combining a fusion of Latin dance moves and heart-pounding rhythms. You get a workout without feeling like you’re working! Bring your daughter! Ages 7+. Instructor: Cathy Davis, 669-7112 Mondays ongoing,  6 – 7 PM / $100 for 10 classes anytime  / $15 drop in

    Instructor: Cathy Davis Class Costs: $75 unlimited for one month prepaid / $50 for 5 classes / $15 drop in

Tuesday, November 4

  • Tuesdays, 9 AM–noon; Session 1: September 2–October 21; Session 2: October 28–December 16

    Come join us for Creative Ceramics for Adults. In this class we will be making hand-built, low-fire pieces. A variety of techniques will be explored including the glazing process. No previous experience is necessary. All levels are welcome. The emphasis is on exploration and having fun. The class is taught by a very talented, professional ceramic artist, Laurie Curtis, to learn more visit her web site at lauriecurtis.net.
    Instructor: Laurie Curtis / 663-1075 to register through the Dance Palace

    Class Costs: $170 per session includes materials
  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee

Wednesday, November 5

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • Wednesdays on-going, 11:15 AM - 12:15pm

    Designed for seniors to improve balance, breathing and well-being. Exercises include warmups, aerobics, stretching, weight training, and dance moves. Come join us and improve your physical capabilities! Enhance your physical performance, heighten your sense of well-being, and decrease emotional stress and anxiety.

    Instructor: Mary Salmon Class Costs: $25 - $35 per month, sliding scale or $5 - $10 drop-in

Friday, November 7

  • Fridays 9:00 AM–10:30 AM

    Elizabeth's classes include: gentle warm-ups that help integrate body and breath; flow yoga that elicits the fluid nature of movement; Iyengar training that offers precise and exacting instruction for careful alignment; and restorative poses for rejuvenation and rest. Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, elizabeth.c.barnet@gmail.com Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), $15 drop-ins
  • Fridays, on-going, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Class schedule will vary; please contact instructor Chris Anderl before attending 415-669-9720.

    Come breathe, move, and play with fundamental techniques of self-healing. This class will be seriously fun, as we stimulate every cell in our bodies for detoxification, loosen all the joints for mobility, and improve the flow of Qi (life energy) in our meridian system. You will learn all the major organ meridians and the 18 most important acupressure points. We will flow with an easy five-minute Qigong Tai Chi style that improves balance and coordination, and harmonizes our energy with the Universe; we may even advance to levitation depending on group willingness.

    Instructor: Christopher Anderl Class Costs: Sliding scale: $10 per class or $30 per month
  • Fridays 10:45 a.m.–Noon, ongoing

    This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), or $15 drop-ins

Saturday, November 8

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • SECOND SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH, BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 13 THROUGH DECEMBER 13

    THE MYSTERY NOVEL

    The Fall series focuses on police procedurals in the British Isles and Ireland. ­Set in either the present time or the years during and after the two world wars, these novels are especially interesting. Sometimes the authors use the scars of war to distract the reader from classic mystery fiction themes: greed, money, and love.

    TAUGHT BY JOAN HAMERMAN ROBBINS 868 0835

    SECOND SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH,

    BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 13- THROUGH DEC 13.

    10:30 AM – NOON.  $50 FOR SERIES. THE BOARD ROOM

    Instructor: Joan Hamerman Robbins Class Costs: $50 FOR THE SERIES.

Sunday, November 9

  • Sundays, ongoing, 8:30 –10:00 AM

    Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40/month
  • Sundays, on-going 10:00am–12:00pm

    No dance will be held on December 7.

    ECSTATIC DANCE POINT REYES

    Class Costs: $15 per dance at the door / children free

Monday, November 10

  • Mondays, 10:00 AM –11:30 AM, on-going

    We practice together in a supportive environment.  Ellen has taught for forty-two years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructor: Ellen Serber, 663-1662, www.mydailyyoga.com Mondays ongoing, 10 - 11:30 AM / $40 per month / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40 a month or $15 drop-ins
  • Mondays ongoing, 6–7 PM  starting <Onday, September 15 (No Zumba on Mondays in July and August)

     

    Ditch the workout, join the party! Zumba is the hottest new craze, combining a fusion of Latin dance moves and heart-pounding rhythms. You get a workout without feeling like you’re working! Bring your daughter! Ages 7+. Instructor: Cathy Davis, 669-7112 Mondays ongoing,  6 – 7 PM / $100 for 10 classes anytime  / $15 drop in

    Instructor: Cathy Davis Class Costs: $75 unlimited for one month prepaid / $50 for 5 classes / $15 drop in

Tuesday, November 11

  • Tuesdays, 9 AM–noon; Session 1: September 2–October 21; Session 2: October 28–December 16

    Come join us for Creative Ceramics for Adults. In this class we will be making hand-built, low-fire pieces. A variety of techniques will be explored including the glazing process. No previous experience is necessary. All levels are welcome. The emphasis is on exploration and having fun. The class is taught by a very talented, professional ceramic artist, Laurie Curtis, to learn more visit her web site at lauriecurtis.net.
    Instructor: Laurie Curtis / 663-1075 to register through the Dance Palace

    Class Costs: $170 per session includes materials
  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee

Wednesday, November 12

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • Wednesdays on-going, 11:15 AM - 12:15pm

    Designed for seniors to improve balance, breathing and well-being. Exercises include warmups, aerobics, stretching, weight training, and dance moves. Come join us and improve your physical capabilities! Enhance your physical performance, heighten your sense of well-being, and decrease emotional stress and anxiety.

    Instructor: Mary Salmon Class Costs: $25 - $35 per month, sliding scale or $5 - $10 drop-in

Thursday, November 13

  • Thursdays, September 18, October 16, November 20, 7–8:30 PM
    (No class in December) / $20 suggested donation. No one turned away

    Experience the music of 12th century Abbess Hildegard von Bingen the way she shared it with the women and men who sang with her—as a gentle, contemplative practice of listening and singing together. Her songs are made of beautiful melodies and images that carry profound wisdom teachings deeply into the heart of the singer. Devi Mathieu has been teaching Hildegard’s music in the medieval oral tradition for 15 years. Instructor: Devi Mathieu, 707-829-0815, dmathieu@sonic.net, www.numinacenter.org

    Instructor: Devi Mathieu Class Costs: Suggested donation $20, no one turned away

Friday, November 14

  • Fridays 9:00 AM–10:30 AM

    Elizabeth's classes include: gentle warm-ups that help integrate body and breath; flow yoga that elicits the fluid nature of movement; Iyengar training that offers precise and exacting instruction for careful alignment; and restorative poses for rejuvenation and rest. Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, elizabeth.c.barnet@gmail.com Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), $15 drop-ins
  • Fridays, on-going, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Class schedule will vary; please contact instructor Chris Anderl before attending 415-669-9720.

    Come breathe, move, and play with fundamental techniques of self-healing. This class will be seriously fun, as we stimulate every cell in our bodies for detoxification, loosen all the joints for mobility, and improve the flow of Qi (life energy) in our meridian system. You will learn all the major organ meridians and the 18 most important acupressure points. We will flow with an easy five-minute Qigong Tai Chi style that improves balance and coordination, and harmonizes our energy with the Universe; we may even advance to levitation depending on group willingness.

    Instructor: Christopher Anderl Class Costs: Sliding scale: $10 per class or $30 per month
  • Fridays 10:45 a.m.–Noon, ongoing

    This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), or $15 drop-ins

Saturday, November 15

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes

Sunday, November 16

  • Sundays, ongoing, 8:30 –10:00 AM

    Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40/month
  • Sundays, on-going 10:00am–12:00pm

    No dance will be held on December 7.

    ECSTATIC DANCE POINT REYES

    Class Costs: $15 per dance at the door / children free

Monday, November 17

  • Mondays, 10:00 AM –11:30 AM, on-going

    We practice together in a supportive environment.  Ellen has taught for forty-two years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructor: Ellen Serber, 663-1662, www.mydailyyoga.com Mondays ongoing, 10 - 11:30 AM / $40 per month / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40 a month or $15 drop-ins
  • Mondays ongoing, 6–7 PM  starting <Onday, September 15 (No Zumba on Mondays in July and August)

     

    Ditch the workout, join the party! Zumba is the hottest new craze, combining a fusion of Latin dance moves and heart-pounding rhythms. You get a workout without feeling like you’re working! Bring your daughter! Ages 7+. Instructor: Cathy Davis, 669-7112 Mondays ongoing,  6 – 7 PM / $100 for 10 classes anytime  / $15 drop in

    Instructor: Cathy Davis Class Costs: $75 unlimited for one month prepaid / $50 for 5 classes / $15 drop in

Tuesday, November 18

  • Tuesdays, 9 AM–noon; Session 1: September 2–October 21; Session 2: October 28–December 16

    Come join us for Creative Ceramics for Adults. In this class we will be making hand-built, low-fire pieces. A variety of techniques will be explored including the glazing process. No previous experience is necessary. All levels are welcome. The emphasis is on exploration and having fun. The class is taught by a very talented, professional ceramic artist, Laurie Curtis, to learn more visit her web site at lauriecurtis.net.
    Instructor: Laurie Curtis / 663-1075 to register through the Dance Palace

    Class Costs: $170 per session includes materials
  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee

Wednesday, November 19

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • Wednesdays on-going, 11:15 AM - 12:15pm

    Designed for seniors to improve balance, breathing and well-being. Exercises include warmups, aerobics, stretching, weight training, and dance moves. Come join us and improve your physical capabilities! Enhance your physical performance, heighten your sense of well-being, and decrease emotional stress and anxiety.

    Instructor: Mary Salmon Class Costs: $25 - $35 per month, sliding scale or $5 - $10 drop-in

Thursday, November 20

  • Thursdays, September 18, October 16, November 20, 7–8:30 PM
    (No class in December) / $20 suggested donation. No one turned away

    Experience the music of 12th century Abbess Hildegard von Bingen the way she shared it with the women and men who sang with her—as a gentle, contemplative practice of listening and singing together. Her songs are made of beautiful melodies and images that carry profound wisdom teachings deeply into the heart of the singer. Devi Mathieu has been teaching Hildegard’s music in the medieval oral tradition for 15 years. Instructor: Devi Mathieu, 707-829-0815, dmathieu@sonic.net, www.numinacenter.org

    Instructor: Devi Mathieu Class Costs: Suggested donation $20, no one turned away

Friday, November 21

  • Fridays 9:00 AM–10:30 AM

    Elizabeth's classes include: gentle warm-ups that help integrate body and breath; flow yoga that elicits the fluid nature of movement; Iyengar training that offers precise and exacting instruction for careful alignment; and restorative poses for rejuvenation and rest. Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, elizabeth.c.barnet@gmail.com Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), $15 drop-ins
  • Fridays, on-going, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Class schedule will vary; please contact instructor Chris Anderl before attending 415-669-9720.

    Come breathe, move, and play with fundamental techniques of self-healing. This class will be seriously fun, as we stimulate every cell in our bodies for detoxification, loosen all the joints for mobility, and improve the flow of Qi (life energy) in our meridian system. You will learn all the major organ meridians and the 18 most important acupressure points. We will flow with an easy five-minute Qigong Tai Chi style that improves balance and coordination, and harmonizes our energy with the Universe; we may even advance to levitation depending on group willingness.

    Instructor: Christopher Anderl Class Costs: Sliding scale: $10 per class or $30 per month
  • Fridays 10:45 a.m.–Noon, ongoing

    This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), or $15 drop-ins

Saturday, November 22

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes

Sunday, November 23

  • Sundays, ongoing, 8:30 –10:00 AM

    Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40/month
  • Sundays, on-going 10:00am–12:00pm

    No dance will be held on December 7.

    ECSTATIC DANCE POINT REYES

    Class Costs: $15 per dance at the door / children free

Monday, November 24

  • Mondays, 10:00 AM –11:30 AM, on-going

    We practice together in a supportive environment.  Ellen has taught for forty-two years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructor: Ellen Serber, 663-1662, www.mydailyyoga.com Mondays ongoing, 10 - 11:30 AM / $40 per month / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40 a month or $15 drop-ins
  • Mondays ongoing, 6–7 PM  starting <Onday, September 15 (No Zumba on Mondays in July and August)

     

    Ditch the workout, join the party! Zumba is the hottest new craze, combining a fusion of Latin dance moves and heart-pounding rhythms. You get a workout without feeling like you’re working! Bring your daughter! Ages 7+. Instructor: Cathy Davis, 669-7112 Mondays ongoing,  6 – 7 PM / $100 for 10 classes anytime  / $15 drop in

    Instructor: Cathy Davis Class Costs: $75 unlimited for one month prepaid / $50 for 5 classes / $15 drop in

Tuesday, November 25

  • Tuesdays, 9 AM–noon; Session 1: September 2–October 21; Session 2: October 28–December 16

    Come join us for Creative Ceramics for Adults. In this class we will be making hand-built, low-fire pieces. A variety of techniques will be explored including the glazing process. No previous experience is necessary. All levels are welcome. The emphasis is on exploration and having fun. The class is taught by a very talented, professional ceramic artist, Laurie Curtis, to learn more visit her web site at lauriecurtis.net.
    Instructor: Laurie Curtis / 663-1075 to register through the Dance Palace

    Class Costs: $170 per session includes materials
  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee
  • Tuesdays, November 25–December 16, 7–8:30 PM / $100 until November 23, after that $115

    Let’s get ready for some holiday caroling! Join Common Voice for a special holiday singing series, with joyful group harmony songs from around the world. Led by Tim Weed and Debbie Daly, who create a welcoming space for everyone’s voices. No music or singing experience is needed. Listen to the music, and sign up online at singwestmarin.org, or mail a check made out to Debbie Daly, Box 722, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956. Call 415-663-4018 with questions.
    Tuesdays, November 25–December 16, 7–8:30 PM / $100 until November 23, after that $115

Wednesday, November 26

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • Wednesdays on-going, 11:15 AM - 12:15pm

    Designed for seniors to improve balance, breathing and well-being. Exercises include warmups, aerobics, stretching, weight training, and dance moves. Come join us and improve your physical capabilities! Enhance your physical performance, heighten your sense of well-being, and decrease emotional stress and anxiety.

    Instructor: Mary Salmon Class Costs: $25 - $35 per month, sliding scale or $5 - $10 drop-in

Friday, November 28

  • Fridays 9:00 AM–10:30 AM

    Elizabeth's classes include: gentle warm-ups that help integrate body and breath; flow yoga that elicits the fluid nature of movement; Iyengar training that offers precise and exacting instruction for careful alignment; and restorative poses for rejuvenation and rest. Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, elizabeth.c.barnet@gmail.com Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), $15 drop-ins
  • Fridays, on-going, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Class schedule will vary; please contact instructor Chris Anderl before attending 415-669-9720.

    Come breathe, move, and play with fundamental techniques of self-healing. This class will be seriously fun, as we stimulate every cell in our bodies for detoxification, loosen all the joints for mobility, and improve the flow of Qi (life energy) in our meridian system. You will learn all the major organ meridians and the 18 most important acupressure points. We will flow with an easy five-minute Qigong Tai Chi style that improves balance and coordination, and harmonizes our energy with the Universe; we may even advance to levitation depending on group willingness.

    Instructor: Christopher Anderl Class Costs: Sliding scale: $10 per class or $30 per month
  • Fridays 10:45 a.m.–Noon, ongoing

    This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), or $15 drop-ins

Saturday, November 29

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes

Sunday, November 30

  • Sundays, ongoing, 8:30 –10:00 AM

    Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40/month
  • Sundays, on-going 10:00am–12:00pm

    No dance will be held on December 7.

    ECSTATIC DANCE POINT REYES

    Class Costs: $15 per dance at the door / children free
  • September 29, October 6, November 30 & December 28 from 11:00am - 1:30pm

    Come dance in this beautiful space with other welcoming dancers. This Contact Improvisation Dance Jam is for people with some experience with this form. Possibilities of taking our dances to the beach and picnicking afterwards.  
    Jam hosted by Maica Folch (650) 619-5974 and Cory vanGelder. Questions corylvg@gmail.com or 415-497-8459

    Class Costs: $8 to $20 sliding scale

Monday, December 1

  • Mondays, 10:00 AM –11:30 AM, on-going

    We practice together in a supportive environment.  Ellen has taught for forty-two years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructor: Ellen Serber, 663-1662, www.mydailyyoga.com Mondays ongoing, 10 - 11:30 AM / $40 per month / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40 a month or $15 drop-ins
  • Mondays ongoing, 6–7 PM  starting <Onday, September 15 (No Zumba on Mondays in July and August)

     

    Ditch the workout, join the party! Zumba is the hottest new craze, combining a fusion of Latin dance moves and heart-pounding rhythms. You get a workout without feeling like you’re working! Bring your daughter! Ages 7+. Instructor: Cathy Davis, 669-7112 Mondays ongoing,  6 – 7 PM / $100 for 10 classes anytime  / $15 drop in

    Instructor: Cathy Davis Class Costs: $75 unlimited for one month prepaid / $50 for 5 classes / $15 drop in

Tuesday, December 2

  • Tuesdays, 9 AM–noon; Session 1: September 2–October 21; Session 2: October 28–December 16

    Come join us for Creative Ceramics for Adults. In this class we will be making hand-built, low-fire pieces. A variety of techniques will be explored including the glazing process. No previous experience is necessary. All levels are welcome. The emphasis is on exploration and having fun. The class is taught by a very talented, professional ceramic artist, Laurie Curtis, to learn more visit her web site at lauriecurtis.net.
    Instructor: Laurie Curtis / 663-1075 to register through the Dance Palace

    Class Costs: $170 per session includes materials
  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee
  • Tuesdays, November 25–December 16, 7–8:30 PM / $100 until November 23, after that $115

    Let’s get ready for some holiday caroling! Join Common Voice for a special holiday singing series, with joyful group harmony songs from around the world. Led by Tim Weed and Debbie Daly, who create a welcoming space for everyone’s voices. No music or singing experience is needed. Listen to the music, and sign up online at singwestmarin.org, or mail a check made out to Debbie Daly, Box 722, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956. Call 415-663-4018 with questions.
    Tuesdays, November 25–December 16, 7–8:30 PM / $100 until November 23, after that $115

Wednesday, December 3

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • Wednesdays on-going, 11:15 AM - 12:15pm

    Designed for seniors to improve balance, breathing and well-being. Exercises include warmups, aerobics, stretching, weight training, and dance moves. Come join us and improve your physical capabilities! Enhance your physical performance, heighten your sense of well-being, and decrease emotional stress and anxiety.

    Instructor: Mary Salmon Class Costs: $25 - $35 per month, sliding scale or $5 - $10 drop-in

Friday, December 5

  • Fridays 9:00 AM–10:30 AM

    Elizabeth's classes include: gentle warm-ups that help integrate body and breath; flow yoga that elicits the fluid nature of movement; Iyengar training that offers precise and exacting instruction for careful alignment; and restorative poses for rejuvenation and rest. Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, elizabeth.c.barnet@gmail.com Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), $15 drop-ins
  • Fridays 10:45 a.m.–Noon, ongoing

    This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), or $15 drop-ins

Saturday, December 6

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes

Sunday, December 7

  • Sundays, ongoing, 8:30 –10:00 AM

    Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40/month

Monday, December 8

  • Mondays, 10:00 AM –11:30 AM, on-going

    We practice together in a supportive environment.  Ellen has taught for forty-two years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructor: Ellen Serber, 663-1662, www.mydailyyoga.com Mondays ongoing, 10 - 11:30 AM / $40 per month / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40 a month or $15 drop-ins
  • Mondays ongoing, 6–7 PM  starting <Onday, September 15 (No Zumba on Mondays in July and August)

     

    Ditch the workout, join the party! Zumba is the hottest new craze, combining a fusion of Latin dance moves and heart-pounding rhythms. You get a workout without feeling like you’re working! Bring your daughter! Ages 7+. Instructor: Cathy Davis, 669-7112 Mondays ongoing,  6 – 7 PM / $100 for 10 classes anytime  / $15 drop in

    Instructor: Cathy Davis Class Costs: $75 unlimited for one month prepaid / $50 for 5 classes / $15 drop in

Tuesday, December 9

  • Tuesdays, 9 AM–noon; Session 1: September 2–October 21; Session 2: October 28–December 16

    Come join us for Creative Ceramics for Adults. In this class we will be making hand-built, low-fire pieces. A variety of techniques will be explored including the glazing process. No previous experience is necessary. All levels are welcome. The emphasis is on exploration and having fun. The class is taught by a very talented, professional ceramic artist, Laurie Curtis, to learn more visit her web site at lauriecurtis.net.
    Instructor: Laurie Curtis / 663-1075 to register through the Dance Palace

    Class Costs: $170 per session includes materials
  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee
  • Tuesdays, November 25–December 16, 7–8:30 PM / $100 until November 23, after that $115

    Let’s get ready for some holiday caroling! Join Common Voice for a special holiday singing series, with joyful group harmony songs from around the world. Led by Tim Weed and Debbie Daly, who create a welcoming space for everyone’s voices. No music or singing experience is needed. Listen to the music, and sign up online at singwestmarin.org, or mail a check made out to Debbie Daly, Box 722, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956. Call 415-663-4018 with questions.
    Tuesdays, November 25–December 16, 7–8:30 PM / $100 until November 23, after that $115

Wednesday, December 10

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • Wednesdays on-going, 11:15 AM - 12:15pm

    Designed for seniors to improve balance, breathing and well-being. Exercises include warmups, aerobics, stretching, weight training, and dance moves. Come join us and improve your physical capabilities! Enhance your physical performance, heighten your sense of well-being, and decrease emotional stress and anxiety.

    Instructor: Mary Salmon Class Costs: $25 - $35 per month, sliding scale or $5 - $10 drop-in

Friday, December 12

  • Fridays 9:00 AM–10:30 AM

    Elizabeth's classes include: gentle warm-ups that help integrate body and breath; flow yoga that elicits the fluid nature of movement; Iyengar training that offers precise and exacting instruction for careful alignment; and restorative poses for rejuvenation and rest. Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, elizabeth.c.barnet@gmail.com Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), $15 drop-ins
  • Fridays, on-going, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Class schedule will vary; please contact instructor Chris Anderl before attending 415-669-9720.

    Come breathe, move, and play with fundamental techniques of self-healing. This class will be seriously fun, as we stimulate every cell in our bodies for detoxification, loosen all the joints for mobility, and improve the flow of Qi (life energy) in our meridian system. You will learn all the major organ meridians and the 18 most important acupressure points. We will flow with an easy five-minute Qigong Tai Chi style that improves balance and coordination, and harmonizes our energy with the Universe; we may even advance to levitation depending on group willingness.

    Instructor: Christopher Anderl Class Costs: Sliding scale: $10 per class or $30 per month
  • Fridays 10:45 a.m.–Noon, ongoing

    This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), or $15 drop-ins

Saturday, December 13

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • SECOND SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH, BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 13 THROUGH DECEMBER 13

    THE MYSTERY NOVEL

    The Fall series focuses on police procedurals in the British Isles and Ireland. ­Set in either the present time or the years during and after the two world wars, these novels are especially interesting. Sometimes the authors use the scars of war to distract the reader from classic mystery fiction themes: greed, money, and love.

    TAUGHT BY JOAN HAMERMAN ROBBINS 868 0835

    SECOND SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH,

    BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 13- THROUGH DEC 13.

    10:30 AM – NOON.  $50 FOR SERIES. THE BOARD ROOM

    Instructor: Joan Hamerman Robbins Class Costs: $50 FOR THE SERIES.

Sunday, December 14

  • Sundays, ongoing, 8:30 –10:00 AM

    Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40/month
  • Sundays, on-going 10:00am–12:00pm

    No dance will be held on December 7.

    ECSTATIC DANCE POINT REYES

    Class Costs: $15 per dance at the door / children free

Monday, December 15

  • Mondays, 10:00 AM –11:30 AM, on-going

    We practice together in a supportive environment.  Ellen has taught for forty-two years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructor: Ellen Serber, 663-1662, www.mydailyyoga.com Mondays ongoing, 10 - 11:30 AM / $40 per month / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40 a month or $15 drop-ins
  • Mondays ongoing, 6–7 PM  starting <Onday, September 15 (No Zumba on Mondays in July and August)

     

    Ditch the workout, join the party! Zumba is the hottest new craze, combining a fusion of Latin dance moves and heart-pounding rhythms. You get a workout without feeling like you’re working! Bring your daughter! Ages 7+. Instructor: Cathy Davis, 669-7112 Mondays ongoing,  6 – 7 PM / $100 for 10 classes anytime  / $15 drop in

    Instructor: Cathy Davis Class Costs: $75 unlimited for one month prepaid / $50 for 5 classes / $15 drop in

Tuesday, December 16

  • Tuesdays, 9 AM–noon; Session 1: September 2–October 21; Session 2: October 28–December 16

    Come join us for Creative Ceramics for Adults. In this class we will be making hand-built, low-fire pieces. A variety of techniques will be explored including the glazing process. No previous experience is necessary. All levels are welcome. The emphasis is on exploration and having fun. The class is taught by a very talented, professional ceramic artist, Laurie Curtis, to learn more visit her web site at lauriecurtis.net.
    Instructor: Laurie Curtis / 663-1075 to register through the Dance Palace

    Class Costs: $170 per session includes materials
  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee
  • Tuesdays, November 25–December 16, 7–8:30 PM / $100 until November 23, after that $115

    Let’s get ready for some holiday caroling! Join Common Voice for a special holiday singing series, with joyful group harmony songs from around the world. Led by Tim Weed and Debbie Daly, who create a welcoming space for everyone’s voices. No music or singing experience is needed. Listen to the music, and sign up online at singwestmarin.org, or mail a check made out to Debbie Daly, Box 722, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956. Call 415-663-4018 with questions.
    Tuesdays, November 25–December 16, 7–8:30 PM / $100 until November 23, after that $115

Wednesday, December 17

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
  • Wednesdays on-going, 11:15 AM - 12:15pm

    Designed for seniors to improve balance, breathing and well-being. Exercises include warmups, aerobics, stretching, weight training, and dance moves. Come join us and improve your physical capabilities! Enhance your physical performance, heighten your sense of well-being, and decrease emotional stress and anxiety.

    Instructor: Mary Salmon Class Costs: $25 - $35 per month, sliding scale or $5 - $10 drop-in

Friday, December 19

  • Fridays 9:00 AM–10:30 AM

    Elizabeth's classes include: gentle warm-ups that help integrate body and breath; flow yoga that elicits the fluid nature of movement; Iyengar training that offers precise and exacting instruction for careful alignment; and restorative poses for rejuvenation and rest. Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, elizabeth.c.barnet@gmail.com Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), $15 drop-ins
  • Fridays, on-going, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Class schedule will vary; please contact instructor Chris Anderl before attending 415-669-9720.

    Come breathe, move, and play with fundamental techniques of self-healing. This class will be seriously fun, as we stimulate every cell in our bodies for detoxification, loosen all the joints for mobility, and improve the flow of Qi (life energy) in our meridian system. You will learn all the major organ meridians and the 18 most important acupressure points. We will flow with an easy five-minute Qigong Tai Chi style that improves balance and coordination, and harmonizes our energy with the Universe; we may even advance to levitation depending on group willingness.

    Instructor: Christopher Anderl Class Costs: Sliding scale: $10 per class or $30 per month
  • Fridays 10:45 a.m.–Noon, ongoing

    This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), or $15 drop-ins

Saturday, December 20

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes

Sunday, December 21

  • Sundays, ongoing, 8:30 –10:00 AM

    Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40/month
  • Sundays, on-going 10:00am–12:00pm

    No dance will be held on December 7.

    ECSTATIC DANCE POINT REYES

    Class Costs: $15 per dance at the door / children free

Monday, December 22

  • Mondays, 10:00 AM –11:30 AM, on-going

    We practice together in a supportive environment.  Ellen has taught for forty-two years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructor: Ellen Serber, 663-1662, www.mydailyyoga.com Mondays ongoing, 10 - 11:30 AM / $40 per month / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40 a month or $15 drop-ins

Tuesday, December 23

  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee

Wednesday, December 24

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes

Friday, December 26

  • Fridays 9:00 AM–10:30 AM

    Elizabeth's classes include: gentle warm-ups that help integrate body and breath; flow yoga that elicits the fluid nature of movement; Iyengar training that offers precise and exacting instruction for careful alignment; and restorative poses for rejuvenation and rest. Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet, (415) 669-1291 or (415) 599-6134, elizabeth.c.barnet@gmail.com Fridays ongoing, 9:00 AM / $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive) / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), $15 drop-ins
  • Fridays, on-going, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Class schedule will vary; please contact instructor Chris Anderl before attending 415-669-9720.

    Come breathe, move, and play with fundamental techniques of self-healing. This class will be seriously fun, as we stimulate every cell in our bodies for detoxification, loosen all the joints for mobility, and improve the flow of Qi (life energy) in our meridian system. You will learn all the major organ meridians and the 18 most important acupressure points. We will flow with an easy five-minute Qigong Tai Chi style that improves balance and coordination, and harmonizes our energy with the Universe; we may even advance to levitation depending on group willingness.

    Instructor: Christopher Anderl Class Costs: Sliding scale: $10 per class or $30 per month
  • Fridays 10:45 a.m.–Noon, ongoing

    This gentle yoga class is especially for older men and women as well as those who need a slower pace. We move from restful, supported postures to gentle warm-up movements to classical yoga postures. Each individual builds upon his/her strength, flexibility, and balance, giving careful attention to breathing and postural alignment.

    Instructor: Elizabeth Barnet Class Costs: $65 for 5 classes (non-consecutive), or $15 drop-ins

Saturday, December 27

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes

Sunday, December 28

  • Sundays, ongoing, 8:30 –10:00 AM

    Since 1978 the Point Reyes tai chi class has been meeting continually. We practice the set taught by Kuo Lien Ying. Certified instructor Ellen Serber welcomes beginners; you will get personal instruction as you learn the form. We do a group warm-up and chi gong exercises together. After learning tai chi, there is an opportunity to learn shaolin and weapons sets. Class is held outside, inside if raining. Please call before attending the first class.

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40/month
  • Sundays, on-going 10:00am–12:00pm

    No dance will be held on December 7.

    ECSTATIC DANCE POINT REYES

    Class Costs: $15 per dance at the door / children free
  • September 29, October 6, November 30 & December 28 from 11:00am - 1:30pm

    Come dance in this beautiful space with other welcoming dancers. This Contact Improvisation Dance Jam is for people with some experience with this form. Possibilities of taking our dances to the beach and picnicking afterwards.  
    Jam hosted by Maica Folch (650) 619-5974 and Cory vanGelder. Questions corylvg@gmail.com or 415-497-8459

    Class Costs: $8 to $20 sliding scale

Monday, December 29

  • Mondays, 10:00 AM –11:30 AM, on-going

    We practice together in a supportive environment.  Ellen has taught for forty-two years. Her teaching is informed by many years of training in diverse movement arts, including certification in the Iyengar tradition. She continues her studies with Ramanand Patel. All levels of experience are welcome. Instructor: Ellen Serber, 663-1662, www.mydailyyoga.com Mondays ongoing, 10 - 11:30 AM / $40 per month / $15 drop-in

    Instructor: Ellen Serber Class Costs: $40 a month or $15 drop-ins

Tuesday, December 30

  • Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:30pm on-going.

    Aikido is a non-aggressive system of self defense. The emphasis of training is to control the situation, not to win. Seidokan Aikido was developed in the 1970s as a system of sincere, realistic, and enthusiastic training of the mind and body for safety and self-confidence. Bring loose clothing or a gi. Instructor: Bruce Fox (yondan) Tel: 661-254-8670 Tuesdays ongoing, 6 - 7:30 PM / $5 mat fee

    Instructor: Bruce Cana Fox Class Costs: $5 mat fee

Wednesday, December 31

  • Wednesdays, ongoing 7:00–8:00 am

    We begin with a 40-minute silent meditation, followed by a Dharma talk and discussion. Meditating together and sharing the teachings of compassion and wisdom, we encourage one another’s lives. Everyone is welcome, whatever your spiritual orientation. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.

    Instructor: Stuart and Carrie Kutchins Class Costs: Donations gratefully accepted
  • Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–10:45 AM, ongoing

    This moderately paced, all-levels class emphasizes waking up the body’s inner intelligence through breath awareness, and careful attention to alignment. The practice is deep, mindful, and precise … oh yeah, and fun. For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes

Saturday, January 3

  • Saturdays, ongoing, 9:30–11:00 a.m.

    “If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”–Walt Whitman. Come celebrate and worship the goodness of Body, Breath, and Being in this deep, slow, powerful practice. All levels welcome.
    For more information go to katiejayyoga.com.

    Instructor: Katie Jay Class Costs: $15 drop-in, $65 for 5-classes, $120 for 10 classes
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