“Introduction to Yoga” - A 6-week session with Rebecca Weisman
Sundays 10:00 - 11:30 AM, September 26 - October 31
Please sign up by emailing email@example.com
“Iyengar yoga is a systematic approach to learning the classical 8-limbed practice of yoga as developed by B.K.S. Iyengar and his family in India. Iyengar yoga focuses on uniting the body, breath, and mind through attention to alignment both inner and outer and the therapeutic application of yoga asanas (postures) to help the student deal with limitation, disease, injury and pain. Each class we learn about the body and its movements as a way of entering into deep inquiry of our inner experience. It is a safe practice that is appropriate for any body, regardless of age or condition.
I am a certified teacher in the Yoga Alliance at the 500 level, and am currently going through the process of being certified in the Iyengar tradiiton. I have been teaching for five years to all levels of students and am happy to assist you in your practice. You can learn more about me and the Iyengar tradition on my website: www.rebeccaweismanyoga.com”
Cost of the class is $60 for the session/ $13 drop-in.
Questions? Concerns? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (802) 379-7389
“Folk Dancing” – Mondays, 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Folk Dancing class with Ben on Mondays, 1:00 - 2:00 pm.
All are welcome and accommodation of special needs participants will be met.
Cost is only $5.00 per person, and assistants are welcome at no extra charge.
“Dan Zan Ryu Jujitsu” Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:30pm
Come and experience the simplicity and effectiveness of Dan Zan Ryu Jujitsu. This class
teaches simple self defense techniques in a safe and non-violent manner. The instructor
Daniel Fascilla is a 3rd degree black belt with over twelve years experience in teaching martial arts. Jujitsu teaches you how to look at the body from the standpoint of using
mechanics to overcome what might be seen as weakness. All skill levels are welcome, we
always start with the basics.
"Music Seeds" Free Demo Classes October 6, 2010
For children from birth to 2 years old - 9:30-10:00 am
For children from 2 to 4 years old – 10:15-10:45
In Music Seeds classes, parents and children experience the joy of playing with music through songs, chants, movement, scarves, shakers, and more. This is an informal approach for children to explore and discover music in a playful way. Music learning starts at birth-even before and the more musical experiences a child has in early childhood, the more successful a child will be with making and enjoying music later on. So, come and try a free class.
A full session of classes will start the next week on Oct. 13.
October 8th, 8:00pm, Richard Wood and Gordon Belsher
World-renowned Prince Edward Island folk duo Richard Wood and Gordon Belsher will be performing Oct. 8th. Come see these traditional music gems, who have performed everywhere from Carnegie Hall to the David Letterman Show, making a stop in Burlington’s Old North End during their international tour. Not to be missed!
Tickets: $15 at the door or call (802) 863-6713 for reservations.
October 16, 8:00pm, Reality Fix
Comedian Jason Lorber will host the second storytelling event in his Reality Fix series, where audience members share stories and win prizes. The theme for this upcoming event is: ‘Eating’. Funny or serious – but it’s all true. Come watch or tell a story for a chance to win prizes from Sadie Katz Deli, Skinny Pancake, and ONE Pepper Grill.
October 14 to 24, Off Center for Dramatic Arts presents “No Exit”
“No Exit” is revisited by Theatre Mosaic Mond, played in English and in its French original version by the same actors. ‘L’enfer c’est les autres’ a toujours été mal compris. (‘Hell is the other people’ has always been misunderstood.) -Jean Paul Sartre, Paris, 1965.
Tickets for these performances will be available through the Theatre Mosaic Mond Website and at the Off Center Box Office one hour before showtime.
For more info, e-mail email@example.com or call: (802) 735-7912
October 3rd, 4-7pm at the Off Center for Dramatic Arts
Auditions for a new play by Steve Goldberg: “Sluts on the Roof “
5 female actors needed, 20’s to 40’s
North End Studio Gallery:
Jon Turner, co-director of Green Door Studio on Pine St, will be showing broadsides printed using hand-set type on hand-made paper created from military uniforms. Turner, one of the founders of the Combat Paper Project and author of Eat the Apple (Seven Star Press), is an Iraq war veteran living in Burlington’s North End.
Opening Reception during first Friday, 5-8pm. (802) 863-6713
The Salon: A Journal of Poetry & Fiction
The Salon, Vermont’s new literary magazine, is honored to be sponsored by North End Studio and the Off Center for Dramatic Arts. The release party and reading for its second issue was attended by a standing-room only crowd on Sep. 16th.
Look for The Salon at independent bookstores throughout Vermont (including Crow Bookshop on Church Street) – or swing by the studio to take a look at the magazine in North End Studio’s local literature library, which features books by Vermont writers and a host of state and national literary magazines.