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Yoga On Beacon to Host Dance Party
May 2017

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A local yoga studio is hosting a dance party on Wednesday, May 17 from 7:45—9:15 p.m. Yoga On Beacon dance party organizer Aubrey Armes invites attendees to "recharge and ignite your inner fire through embodiment and dance" at the event.

"What kind of dance? Any ol kind you choose," Armes explains. "l call mine the 'flail and flop.' The purpose is to move your body in ways that feel good. This helps move your energy flow--allowing for more ease and creativity to flow through," she continues. "There's no way to do it wrong."

Armes says the event is intended to release stress, anxiety, overwhelm and any emotions participants have been feeling, while allowing them to connect with their bodies through intentional music and play with childlike wonder and glee.

Attendees typically dress in yoga clothes, but may wear anything that is easy to move in. Armes encourages attendees to bring a water bottle and an item for the community alter (to be retrieved at the end of the evening).

The Dance Party takes place Wednesday, May 17 from 7:45—9:15 p.m. at Yoga On Beacon, 3013 Beacon Ave S., Seattle. $20. Street parking is free. For more information: AwakenYourGreatness.guru.

 
Husky Group Raises Awareness For Suicide Prevention
May 2017

The Husky Help & Hope Suicide Prevention & Awareness Annual Walk will take place Saturday, May 20 starting at 11 a.m. According to organizers, the event honors those lost, builds connection between our community, brings awareness to the issue of suicide, and inspires participants to play their role in saving lives.

Proceeds from this event will support the Husky Help & Hope (H3) UW initiative to improve suicide prevention and mental health on campus. The family-friendly event begins with a short inspirational program followed by a three-mile walk through the most scenic parts of the Seattle campus.

The walk takes place Saturday, May 20 starting at 11 a.m. at the UW Sylvan Grove Theater and columns, West Stevens Way, Seattle.

 
Purna Gathani Offers Workshop to "Free Your Mind From Stress"
May 2017

Art of Living Foundation teacher Purna Gathani will offer a workshop about using breath to stay present on Wednesday, May 24 in Belltown.

"In today's demanding world with uncertainities the mind is stuck in the past and the future," Gathani explains. "This reduces our productivity and clarity and also has an adverse impact on our health and happiness."

Gathani believes a key to bringing the wandering mind to the present moment can be found in breathing techniques.

"In this session, we will learn learn how to use the breath to bring freedom, peace and clarity to the mind," she says.

Purna Gathani has been practicing and teaching breathing meditation workshops for over 1 0 years with focus on sharing mindfullness techniques with the community to promote mental health and productivity. She has also taught classes and workshops at Microsoft, WatchGuard, Expedia among other companies.

Free your Mind From Stress takes place Wednesday, May 24 from 7:30-8:30 p.m. at 2717 Western Ave, Seattle. Free. For more information: ArtOfLiving.org.

 
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