Events

Apr
25
Tue
Traditional Wu Hao Tai Chi
Apr 25 @ 6:00 pm – 6:45 pm

Traditional Wu Hao Tai ChiTai chi chuan (taijiquan) is a slow, meditative, and relaxing exercise, as well as internal martial arts, with a long history in Chinese culture. People of all ages have practiced tai chi to gain better health, improve mindfulness, develop internal energy (chi), and reduce stress.

With each session, we will practice:
• Listening to your body and using your yi (intent) to guide every movement
• Cultivating energy through the conscious letting go of tension
• Sharpening your whole being by training your mind and body to work as one

Each student is guided to develop the body, mind, and intellect through the careful study of each physical movement of the forms, as well as the knowledge and application of the tai chi principles and theories.
We will study the traditional Wu Hao Tai Chi, one of the five major traditional styles (Chen, Yang, Wu Hao, Wu, and Sun) recognized worldwide. The Wu Hao system consists of a series of bare-hand forms, weapon forms, two-person pushhands sets, and tai chi theories.
Wu Hao Tai Chi is distinct for its compact movement and agile footwork. Its higher stances are easier on the joints. Suitable for all ages.

 

Instructor:  Kathryn Wong, Certified Tai Chi Instructor

Call to learn more: 503-780-3129

Master Sha’s Soul Healing Group
Apr 25 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Terry McGillCome and receive short teachings of ancient wisdom and practical techniques to heal any aspect of life:  health, relationships, finances, intelligence and even pets.  These are Inner Chi Kung practices from the grandmaster, Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha – world-renowned healer and NY Times Best-Selling author.

Hosted by Terry McGill, a senior teacher, certified to Read the Akashic Records and as a Soul Healing Teacher and Healer, and  Rose Karon, a Divine Healing Hands Soul Healer.

“Heal the soul first and the mind and body will follow.”  Dr. and Master Sha

Apr
26
Wed
Awareness Through Movement
Apr 26 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Awareness through movementThe Feldenkrais Method consists of two forms. Awareness Through Movement (class), and Functional Integration (private sessions). The method uses a wide variety of techniques for the purpose of improving movement and function. It is a cutting edge approach that is consistent with the latest findings in neuroscience and neuroplasticity.
Please come to experience this innovative method designed to improve your movement. The lessons are easy and appropriate for all ages and abilities. Just wear comfortable clothing and bring a blanket and a towel (for head support).

 

Instructor: John Crawford MPH, GCFP

Call to learn more: 503-453-3554

Gnosis: Class and Meditation
Apr 26 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Gnosis: class and meditation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Apr
27
Thu
Power Vinyassa Yoga
Apr 27 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Yoga classPower Vinyassa Yoga classes taught by Yoga Alliance Certified yoga instuctors. Enjoy an hour of yoga that will offer many levels to challenge the beginner to the advanced student. Build strength, flexibility and balance.

Instructor: Louis Sears, RYT with Yoga Alliance

Call Louis Sears to learn more at 503-998-2029

May
2
Tue
Traditional Wu Hao Tai Chi
May 2 @ 6:00 pm – 6:45 pm

Traditional Wu Hao Tai ChiTai chi chuan (taijiquan) is a slow, meditative, and relaxing exercise, as well as internal martial arts, with a long history in Chinese culture. People of all ages have practiced tai chi to gain better health, improve mindfulness, develop internal energy (chi), and reduce stress.

With each session, we will practice:
• Listening to your body and using your yi (intent) to guide every movement
• Cultivating energy through the conscious letting go of tension
• Sharpening your whole being by training your mind and body to work as one

Each student is guided to develop the body, mind, and intellect through the careful study of each physical movement of the forms, as well as the knowledge and application of the tai chi principles and theories.
We will study the traditional Wu Hao Tai Chi, one of the five major traditional styles (Chen, Yang, Wu Hao, Wu, and Sun) recognized worldwide. The Wu Hao system consists of a series of bare-hand forms, weapon forms, two-person pushhands sets, and tai chi theories.
Wu Hao Tai Chi is distinct for its compact movement and agile footwork. Its higher stances are easier on the joints. Suitable for all ages.

 

Instructor:  Kathryn Wong, Certified Tai Chi Instructor

Call to learn more: 503-780-3129

Master Sha’s Soul Healing Group
May 2 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Terry McGillCome and receive short teachings of ancient wisdom and practical techniques to heal any aspect of life:  health, relationships, finances, intelligence and even pets.  These are Inner Chi Kung practices from the grandmaster, Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha – world-renowned healer and NY Times Best-Selling author.

Hosted by Terry McGill, a senior teacher, certified to Read the Akashic Records and as a Soul Healing Teacher and Healer, and  Rose Karon, a Divine Healing Hands Soul Healer.

“Heal the soul first and the mind and body will follow.”  Dr. and Master Sha

May
3
Wed
Awareness Through Movement
May 3 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Awareness through movementThe Feldenkrais Method consists of two forms. Awareness Through Movement (class), and Functional Integration (private sessions). The method uses a wide variety of techniques for the purpose of improving movement and function. It is a cutting edge approach that is consistent with the latest findings in neuroscience and neuroplasticity.
Please come to experience this innovative method designed to improve your movement. The lessons are easy and appropriate for all ages and abilities. Just wear comfortable clothing and bring a blanket and a towel (for head support).

 

Instructor: John Crawford MPH, GCFP

Call to learn more: 503-453-3554

Gnosis: Class and Meditation
May 3 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Gnosis: class and meditation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May
4
Thu
Power Vinyassa Yoga
May 4 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Yoga classPower Vinyassa Yoga classes taught by Yoga Alliance Certified yoga instuctors. Enjoy an hour of yoga that will offer many levels to challenge the beginner to the advanced student. Build strength, flexibility and balance.

Instructor: Louis Sears, RYT with Yoga Alliance

Call Louis Sears to learn more at 503-998-2029

May
8
Mon
Beaverton Ecstatic Dance
May 8 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

 

One of our dancers shared last Monday night in Shareback circle-

“When I dance with others…my energy release and uplift is amplified.”

Do you desire to uplift your spirit?

Do you yearn for letting go, knowing you’ve got someone holding you up?

Ecstatic dance is this unique blend of indulgently moving how you want, and being moved from the AWE-thenticity being expressed by others around you.

ecstatic-dance-beaverton sage center

Come join us! If you dare to have your spirit soar!

BTW Space is limited.

RSVP to claim your spot on the dance floor.

We’ll start the warm up at 7:30

Set an intention 7:45 ISH, and close our circle a bit before 9. 

Love Ya’ll

Suggested Love Offering $10 is graciously received.

Oh yeah! Your first dance with us is FREEEEE! 

Spread the word! Spread the LOVE! 

Carola Lah and Evan

512-925-0625

May
9
Tue
Traditional Wu Hao Tai Chi
May 9 @ 6:00 pm – 6:45 pm

Traditional Wu Hao Tai ChiTai chi chuan (taijiquan) is a slow, meditative, and relaxing exercise, as well as internal martial arts, with a long history in Chinese culture. People of all ages have practiced tai chi to gain better health, improve mindfulness, develop internal energy (chi), and reduce stress.

With each session, we will practice:
• Listening to your body and using your yi (intent) to guide every movement
• Cultivating energy through the conscious letting go of tension
• Sharpening your whole being by training your mind and body to work as one

Each student is guided to develop the body, mind, and intellect through the careful study of each physical movement of the forms, as well as the knowledge and application of the tai chi principles and theories.
We will study the traditional Wu Hao Tai Chi, one of the five major traditional styles (Chen, Yang, Wu Hao, Wu, and Sun) recognized worldwide. The Wu Hao system consists of a series of bare-hand forms, weapon forms, two-person pushhands sets, and tai chi theories.
Wu Hao Tai Chi is distinct for its compact movement and agile footwork. Its higher stances are easier on the joints. Suitable for all ages.

 

Instructor:  Kathryn Wong, Certified Tai Chi Instructor

Call to learn more: 503-780-3129