Monthly Archives: November 2009

Free Nia & Reflexology 12/3

The last months of the year provide us with many opportunities to connect with community, family and friends in the spirit of love and gratitude. With this comes an added level of stress and pressure to our demanding schedules. It is vital to stay balanced and to care for the self during these times. The extended evenings equip us with favorable circumstances to direct our attention inward and to nurture ourselves. Tamara Albright, Nia Instructor and Kibwe Parker, Reflexologist are pleased to offer you two beautiful tools for wellness for free on December 3rd at the The Self Discovery Center, 1315 South Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Atlanta GA 30306.

Nia with Tamara – Move Your Body and Lift Your Spirits
7:30p- 8:30p
Nia (nee-ah) is a unique blend of dance and martial arts set intuitively to exceptional music. This joyful, class is a creative arch flow –  warming the body from within, engaging your mind, body and spirit to a peak, then solidifying the experience with healing movements and symbolic gestures. The loose structure engages the mind while leaving lots of room for personal expression through personal style, levels of intensity and vocalizations. Nia is safe and adaptable for all ages and abilities. You’ll finish feeling, relaxed yet rejuvenated! Best of all, it’s FUN!

Benefits include:

  • Increase the pleasure of living in your body
  • Facilitate weight loss and proper weight maintenance
  • Calm the mind, and alleviate depression, anxiety, and stress
  • Strengthen muscles, improve muscle tone, and increase muscle definition
  • Improve circulation, concentration and cognitive function
  • Improve heart & lung function
  • Build reservoirs of chi energy
  • Enhance sensory awareness
  • Heighten sexual function
  • Strengthen immunity

Wear what feels good on your body and allows you to move freely. Bring water to maintain proper hydration.  Nia with Tamara – Move Your Body and Lift Your Spirits! For more information, email: infoatalbright-creative.com . To find local Nia classes, visit http://www.albright-creative.com/movement-nia.html

Reflexology by Kibwe – Within your feet are a map to your body
5:00p- 9:00p
Reflexology is a holistic healing science that helps to heal the body mind spirit by utilizing acupressure to stimulate nerve endings within the feet. Reflexology’s benefits include relief with headaches, back pain, cramps, digestive problems arthritis and other inflammatory symptoms as well as stress reduction. It helps to increase vitality, energy, and the natural healing properties that our bodies already possess.  Kibwe Parker has been studying reflexology for eight years. His additional interests include aromatherapy, music and art. To schedule a full appointment, or for more info, email: quinnlanvos1@live.com .


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Propelled

“The truth is that our finest moments are most likely to occur when we are feeling deeply uncomfortable, unhappy, or unfulfilled. For it is only in such moments, propelled by our discomfort, that we are likely to step out of our ruts and start searching for different ways or truer answers.”
~ M. Scott Peck

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Wings

“This sky where we live is no place to lose your wings. So love, love, love.”
~ Hafiz

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Perspective

“Sometimes I go about in pity for myself & all the while a great wind is bearing me across the sky”
~ Ojibua Indian

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Mastery

“Before we can live in this universe in a meaningful way, we should rid ourselves of the belief that we are helpless human beings about to drown in a stormy sea. We must assure ourselves that we will master the course of our lives.”
~ Rav P.S. Berg

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Passion

“Great dancers are not great because of their technique; they are great because of their passion.”
– Martha Graham

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