Returning the body to an active, balanced and pain-free state can be a journey. Former professional mountain biker & coach, Jessica Kisiel, was diagnosed with severe hip osteoarthritis at the peak of her competitive career. Her healing took many years, and expanded her thinking about the body and recovery. She recently self-published Winning the Injury Game, which tells her story and gives advice and hope for those who are hurting. Learn from her expertise and experience, while celebrating the innate capacity of the body to heal.
Struggling with recurring pain, tension, or stress that doesn't improve despite your best attempts to change it? Learn about a gentle, yet profound hands-on approach called the Alexander Technique, which can help you solve movement problems that cause you pain and stress and compromise your health, mood, and performance. Christina, a local counselor and bodywork practitioner, will conduct demonstrations with willing participants.
Culminating a week of Winterlude workshops with the Fry Street Quartet, Beacon and Grand County string students perform works for string ensemble. The Fry Street closes the evening with Bedřich Smetana's String Quartet No. 1. All ages welcome.
Seekhaven's largest fundraiser of the year, Puttin' on the Ritz, tickets are on sale now! Join us for dinner and dessert, live music, dancing and a silent auction. All proceeds go to support Seekhaven Family Crisis and Resource center and our mission; to empower individual's and families to survive domestic violence and sexual assault and to thrive in a strengthened community.
Grounded in science, elevated by art, The Crossroads Project: Rising Tide is a performance experience exploring nature, humanity, and the paths that lie before us, in pursuit of meaningful response. The project features physicist Robert Davies and the Fry Street Quartet, with music by Haydn, Janacek, and Laura Kaminsky in a gripping, 75-minute multimedia performance. A "talk back" discussion panel will immediately follow the concert, led by Robert Davies, joined by members of the quartet, and local sustainability experts: USU Professor of Sustainability, Dr. Ros McCann; Moab City's Director of Sustainability, Dr. Rosemarie Russo; and Jeff Adams, president of the local sustainability grassroots organization, The Resiliency Hub.
Are YOU ready for Trashion Show 2018?! Start saving those materials you find yourself frequently throwing away, and make them into something "trashionably" unique! Wabi wants to help! All are welcome to come work on their designs on Thursday Feb 15th at the WabiSabi CEC!