Festivals & Workshops

September 2015

  • Sunday, September 13, 10:00 AM

    Price: $80 by September 1st - $108 after.

    Dance & Yoga Immersion ~ Samba SadaShiva with Rosangela Silvestre, Tika Morgan and Nubia Teixeira.

    Three renowned teachers combine their individual strengths and shared passion for embodiment to support you to open your body to the forces of nature with reverence.
    Deeply rooted in the traditions of Yoruba, Brazil and India;  these teacher will interweave prayer, joy and authentic movement in a seamless flow.
    Igniting the element of fire will be the main focus on this Day Long experience.

    For questions and registration contact: Nubia@Bhaktinova.com
    Visit: silvestretraining.com ~ tikamorgandance.com ~ bhaktinova.com

  • Thursday, September 17, 7:00 PM


    Come learn some wonderful folk dances that Carol Friedman learned from Sonia Dion, Cristian Florescu, Camelia and Nelutu Motoc during her recent summer folk dance trip in Romania.

October 2015

  • Saturday, October 3, 12:00 PM
    • Sunday, October 4, 12:00 PM

    EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: $135 before Sept 10th
    $150 for Saturday and Sunday after Sept. 10th
    Class size is limited, please register early.

    Long Meng Qi Gong is from the Dragon Gate school of Daoism. It is an internal cultivation practice that nourishes life by clarifying the meridians of stuck Qi, opening the gateways of energy, training the breath, strengthening the body and producing Qi. Dragon Gate Qi Gong is a powerful set to replenish inner resources and nourish the spirit.

    Sally Chang has over 20 years of martial arts experience including Northern Shaolin Gongfu, Bagua Zhang, Qi Gong, and Taiji Quan, and she is the founder of Evergreen Taiji Academy. Her principle teachers are Shifu Yun Xiang Tseng (Chen), 25th generation Wu Dang Long Men Daoist Priest and 14th generation Zhang Sanfeng lineage holder and Shifu Ted Mancuso of the Academy of Martial Arts in Santa Cruz, CA.

  • Tuesday, October 6, 7:00 PM

    $30 for the workshop

    This workshop is designed to get nonprofit board members and staff actively involved by demonstrating the many ways you can fundraise, showing you how to tell your story effectively, and providing simple tools to help engage your board. Carol Friedman brings over 30 years of experience in grassroots fundraising to her work as a nonprofit consultant and fundraising trainer.

November 2015

  • Saturday, November 7, 9:30 AM

    Symposium Cost: $40

    The theme for this year’s Symposium is “Soil to Soil.” In addition to hands-on activities (natural dyes, fiber processing, fiber animals), there will be informative presentations on collaborations between fiber farmers and designers, as well as on carbon farming and soil protocol.

    The Fibershed Marketplace will offer an array of beautiful local fibers and handmade goods, on sale in the church building, as well as on the lawn (weather permitting).

    The Marketplace is open to the public for free.