Greenshire Institute for Holistic Studies is hosting a free community gathering from 1 p.m. until sunset, June 23, on their campus grounds in Quakertown.
Life’s Path Hypnotherapy, a Quakertown-based practice, is now providing regression hypnotherapy sessions. An introduction to the work will be presented at a workshop, Past Life Regression: Glimpse Into Your Past, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on April 8 at Greenshire Arts Consortium.
In regression hypnotherapy, subjects enter a very natural, deeply relaxed state. By connecting to the subconscious part of their minds, clients recall memories from their past that they might otherwise not be able to remember.
A Life’s Path practitioner shares, “In their everyday, hectic lives, when most of their daily tasks involve conscious analyzing and reasoning, most people cannot access the triggering events or incidents that may be impacting their life. This work allows us to touch into those underlying experiences and understand the hidden influences the subconscious may be holding.” She adds, “When we can connect with our knowledgeable subconscious and learn about these energetic imprints, it enables us to heal and to experience life in a new way.”
Location: Greenshire Arts Consortium is located at 3620 Sterner Mill Road in Quakertown. Cost $40. To register, please call 215-538-0976, email Info@GreenshireArts.org or visit GreenshireArts.org. For more information or to schedule a session with Life’s Path, call 610-972-0400 or email LifesPath41@yahoo.com. See ad, page 16.
The Himalayan Institute (HI) is partnering with Moondog Yoga Studio, in Quakertown, to offer a comprehensive and in-depth teacher training program, beginning at 6 p.m., September 25. Moondog teachers and HI faculty will deepen participants’ understanding of the yoga tradition, expand personal yoga practice and help them discover their full potential as a yoga teacher.
Moondog Yoga, in Quakertown, is offering a four-part Ayurveda Yoga Specialist certification program with sessions running from April to August. After completing the four instructional units and participating in an optional case study, students will have the knowledge and experience to create a dosha balancing yoga practice, use food with awareness, create a lifestyle plan for themselves and their clients, and offer basic ayurvedic consultations.
Robert Lockwood, authority on business trends in America, is presenting his signature program, Become an eXpansive Entrepreneur, at Greenshire Arts Consortium, in Quakertown, from 9 a.m. to noon, November 8. Lockwood will discuss the qualities that go into building a purposeful business, helping participants bring together their wisdom, experience, knowledge, and intuition to unleash their power from within.
River Valley Waldorf School, in Upper Black Eddy, offers a free Tea and Play event from 10 to 11 a.m., the first Monday of every month. The event, held in one of the school’s early childhood classrooms, is open to community members with children, from newborn to 4 years old.
Dr. Gene Ang, Ph.D., brings his workshop, Un-collapsing the Wave Function: Beyond Quantum Physics in Healing, to Greenshire Arts Consortium, in Quakertown, from 7 to 9:30 p.m., December 15. Ang will teach attendees how to break through mental barriers and access infinite possibilities. He will discuss various attitudes, states of consciousness and energetic principles in the body that support infinite change. Attendees will leave with a theoretical understanding of the process and practical techniques that they can implement.
Moondog Yoga, in Quakertown, in conjunction with the nonprofit, international Himalayan Institute, headquartered in Honesdale, will produce a 200-hour-level yoga teachers’ certification program that distributes the content of Himalayan Institute’s normal three-week intensive over the course of a year, beginning in January, with a summer break during July and August.