First Year of Life Class
Apr
29
3:00 PM15:00

First Year of Life Class

6 Week Sessions Begin January 7th through June

Parents and infants are warmly welcomed as we learn to observe our

infants through their own self-initiated movement. Parents also spend time

learning about co-operative care giving, so that infants become co-

operative partners in their own self-care from their earliest days.

Classes meet once a week from 3:00-4:00 Mondays

$102 for the whole series ( 6 classes).

Registration is rolling so come into the group anytime. You are never late!

For more information or to register: www.transformyourparenting.com or

E-mail: kyle.selfinitiatemovement@gmail.com or call (910)508-3126.

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Free Biogas Lecture
Jun
14
7:00 PM19:00

Free Biogas Lecture

Biogas Digester Workshop: 2 workshops, one 2 days and one 5 days.
– Two day " bag digester" workshop at Ecoheal on June 15-16 (Saturday-Sunday)
– The five day "cube digester" workshop immediately following on June 17-21 (Monday-Friday) at Powell Acres.
            

$600 for both workshops. $150 for choosing to only attend the 2 days biogas bag workshop.

More details coming soon!

In the meantime, e-mail David House with questions.

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Biogas Workshops for Beginners & Builders
Jun
15
to Jun 16

Biogas Workshops for Beginners & Builders

Biogas Digester Workshop: 2 workshops, one 2 days and one 5 days.
– Two day " bag digester" workshop at Ecoheal on June 15-16 (Saturday-Sunday)
– The five day "cube digester" workshop immediately following on June 17-21 (Monday-Friday) at Powell Acres.
            

$600 for both workshops. $150 for choosing to only attend the 2 days biogas bag workshop.

More details coming soon!

In the meantime, e-mail David House with questions.

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First Year of Life Class
Apr
22
3:00 PM15:00

First Year of Life Class

6 Week Sessions Begin January 7th through June

Parents and infants are warmly welcomed as we learn to observe our

infants through their own self-initiated movement. Parents also spend time

learning about co-operative care giving, so that infants become co-

operative partners in their own self-care from their earliest days.

Classes meet once a week from 3:00-4:00 Mondays

$102 for the whole series ( 6 classes).

Registration is rolling so come into the group anytime. You are never late!

For more information or to register: www.transformyourparenting.com or

E-mail: kyle.selfinitiatemovement@gmail.com or call (910)508-3126.

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Singing of Seasonal Songs around Spring and Eastertide
Apr
20
10:30 AM10:30

Singing of Seasonal Songs around Spring and Eastertide

This is meant to be an enjoyable and enriching experience for those involved.

The music is beautiful and inspiring.

2 hours out of your life to sing with others! 

How often does that happen?

Come as you are and never mind what you think about your voice.

You can at least listen and participate when you feel comfortable.

E-mail Joanna Carey (joannapcarey@gmail.com) if you plan to attend.


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First Year of Life Class
Apr
15
3:00 PM15:00

First Year of Life Class

6 Week Sessions Begin January 7th through June

Parents and infants are warmly welcomed as we learn to observe our

infants through their own self-initiated movement. Parents also spend time

learning about co-operative care giving, so that infants become co-

operative partners in their own self-care from their earliest days.

Classes meet once a week from 3:00-4:00 Mondays

$102 for the whole series ( 6 classes).

Registration is rolling so come into the group anytime. You are never late!

For more information or to register: www.transformyourparenting.com or

E-mail: kyle.selfinitiatemovement@gmail.com or call (910)508-3126.

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First Year of Life Class
Apr
8
3:00 PM15:00

First Year of Life Class

6 Week Sessions Begin January 7th through June

Parents and infants are warmly welcomed as we learn to observe our

infants through their own self-initiated movement. Parents also spend time

learning about co-operative care giving, so that infants become co-

operative partners in their own self-care from their earliest days.

Classes meet once a week from 3:00-4:00 Mondays

$102 for the whole series ( 6 classes).

Registration is rolling so come into the group anytime. You are never late!

For more information or to register: www.transformyourparenting.com or

E-mail: kyle.selfinitiatemovement@gmail.com or call (910)508-3126.

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Arts of India Club
Apr
4
3:15 PM15:15

Arts of India Club

For 2nd-6th graders with Miss Priya

THURSDAYS FROM 3:15-5:00PM

FEBRUARY 28TH, MARCH 7TH, 14TH, 21ST, 28TH AND APRIL 4TH ECOHEAL VILLAGE

Come spend a six week session with Priya Gopal learning about the culture and magic of India. We will practice meditation and yoga, bead jewelry, hear stories from India, cook Indian food, and learn a dance that will be performed at the Emerson Waldorf School’s Intercultural Festival on April 27th. Each participant will get to choose an outfit from India that they can take home with them as well.

For students of EWS, I will pick up registered participants at their respective classes, and then we will walk over to the Ecoheal Village together. Other participants can be dropped off at the Village at 3:30pm. Pickup is at 5pm.

Ecoheal Village 6435 Pathway Court, Chapel Hill, NC 27516

Cost is $135. Please register your child with Priya Gopal premanatya@gmail.com (919) 259-1625.

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First Year of Life Class
Apr
1
3:00 PM15:00

First Year of Life Class

6 Week Sessions Begin January 7th through June

Parents and infants are warmly welcomed as we learn to observe our

infants through their own self-initiated movement. Parents also spend time

learning about co-operative care giving, so that infants become co-

operative partners in their own self-care from their earliest days.

Classes meet once a week from 3:00-4:00 Mondays

$102 for the whole series ( 6 classes).

Registration is rolling so come into the group anytime. You are never late!

For more information or to register: www.transformyourparenting.com or

E-mail: kyle.selfinitiatemovement@gmail.com or call (910)508-3126.

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Our Inner Search for the Maitreya Bodhisattva - By Edward Schuldt
Mar
31
2:00 PM14:00

Our Inner Search for the Maitreya Bodhisattva - By Edward Schuldt

Presented by The Rudolf Steiner Branch

In recent years, interest has renewed in what became known a century ago as “The Bodhisattva Question”, namely: Who is the Maitreya in our time? Rudolf Steiner translated “Maitreya” as “the Bringer of the Good through the Word” and described the Maitreya Bodhisattva as “the true proclaimer of the Christ in etheric raiment,” thereby linking him to the central task Rudolf Steiner recognized for the spiritual-scientific movement, that of preparing conditions on earth for people to recognize the Etheric Christ.

In this lecture and discussion, we will look at the nature of the totality of the twelve bodhisattvas, which Rudolf Steiner identified with the Holy Spirit, as well as the particular indications he gave concerning the Maitreya. We will gain a sense of the service of the present and future bodhisattvas to the Christ; and we will explore the importance of the Maitreya for our work in the spiritual-scientific movement today and the right form for the Bodhisattva Question in the 21st century.

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Edward Schuldt became acquainted with the work of Rudolf Steiner at the end of his teens, during his college days in Chicago. He joined the Anthroposophical Society after a significant stay in Dornach, Switzerland, and was active in the group that became the Chicago Rudolf Steiner Branch. In his mid-twenties, he joined Camphill, living in Copake and Minnesota, for fifteen years, during which he lectured extensively and gave workshops, particularly through the Midwest, on themes including Parzival, esoteric Christianity, Gilgamesh, and the Greek star myths. He became the Director of Finance and Development at Sunbridge College (now the Sunbridge Institute) in Spring Valley, NY, in 1996, and established an organizational development and fundraising consulting practice, working with dozens of Waldorf schools and other institutions in the United States and Canada as well as individual philanthropists. Edward served as the first Director of Administration at the Emerson Waldorf School in the mid-2000s. He is a member of the School for Spiritual Science and of the Christian Community. He recently edited and wrote the introduction for the book The Lodge of the Bodhisattvas and The Question of the 20th Century Bodhisattva by Filip Filipov and Preslav Pavlov.

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Thinking Beyond Infinity – How to span The Infinite and Return Safely  – A Course in Projective Geometry
Mar
30
10:00 AM10:00

Thinking Beyond Infinity – How to span The Infinite and Return Safely – A Course in Projective Geometry

Taught by Allen Barenholtz who 'sat at the feet' of Olive Whicher in the mid-1970's at Emerson College in England, and has worked with groups ever since.

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Compete logical thinking requires a seamless blend of the Finite and The Infinite. Thinking Beyond Infinity will enhance the thinking process of the individual, by direct exploration of some basic principles of Projective Geometry. This important branch of mathematics restores the concept of The Infinite into the midst of what we already understand from high-school Euclidean geometry, which systematically reduces Infinity to a conveniently non-functioning element. This study entails no measurement of any kind, no formulae to memorize, and no previous technical skill --- thus, everyone is qualified at the outset. Some resulting skills will be mastered: clearer focus, increased attention to detail, and enhanced skill at resolving seeming contradictions. Thinking "the impossible" becomes routine, cohesive, and liberating.

In a series of 6-8 weekly sessions, we will learn the basic axioms and functional principles of Projective Geometry. We will be making nontechnical drawings, receiving carefully directed instruction, and have lively interactive discussion. Mastering these skills, individuals will not only be "thinking-outside-the-box", but will discover that 'box-thinking' remains an important yet limited part of complete logical thinking. Through this study, we will discover the compelling and essential concept of The Infinite, and add it to our customary thought processes -- one's view of the everyday world is apt to change . . . Unexpected yet significant outcomes will become customary. This new set of thinking tools will enable individuals to think with meditatively crisp focus and clarity, and discover solutions both in the workplace and everyday life that would never have been possible by means of linear, customary thought. The resulting focus and concentration will bring us into a garden previously unexplored.

Free Intro Evening on 29th 7:30-9; Classes on March 30, April 13, 20, May 4, 18, 25 from 10am-12:30pm.

Allen Barenholtz 919-308-4314 allenbarenholtz1@gmail.com

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Free Intro to Thinking Beyond Infinity – How to span The Infinite and Return Safely  – A Course in Projective Geometry
Mar
29
7:30 PM19:30

Free Intro to Thinking Beyond Infinity – How to span The Infinite and Return Safely – A Course in Projective Geometry

Taught by Allen Barenholtz who 'sat at the feet' of Olive Whicher in the mid-1970's at Emerson College in England, and has worked with groups ever since.

——————

Compete logical thinking requires a seamless blend of the Finite and The Infinite. Thinking Beyond Infinity will enhance the thinking process of the individual, by direct exploration of some basic principles of Projective Geometry. This important branch of mathematics restores the concept of The Infinite into the midst of what we already understand from high-school Euclidean geometry, which systematically reduces Infinity to a conveniently non-functioning element. This study entails no measurement of any kind, no formulae to memorize, and no previous technical skill --- thus, everyone is qualified at the outset. Some resulting skills will be mastered: clearer focus, increased attention to detail, and enhanced skill at resolving seeming contradictions. Thinking "the impossible" becomes routine, cohesive, and liberating.

In a series of 6-8 weekly sessions, we will learn the basic axioms and functional principles of Projective Geometry. We will be making nontechnical drawings, receiving carefully directed instruction, and have lively interactive discussion. Mastering these skills, individuals will not only be "thinking-outside-the-box", but will discover that 'box-thinking' remains an important yet limited part of complete logical thinking. Through this study, we will discover the compelling and essential concept of The Infinite, and add it to our customary thought processes -- one's view of the everyday world is apt to change . . . Unexpected yet significant outcomes will become customary. This new set of thinking tools will enable individuals to think with meditatively crisp focus and clarity, and discover solutions both in the workplace and everyday life that would never have been possible by means of linear, customary thought. The resulting focus and concentration will bring us into a garden previously unexplored.

Free Intro Evening on 29th 7:30-9; Classes on March 30, April 13, 20, May 4, 18, 25 from 10am-12:30pm.

Allen Barenholtz 919-308-4314 allenbarenholtz1@gmail.com

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Arts of India Club
Mar
28
3:15 PM15:15

Arts of India Club

For 2nd-6th graders with Miss Priya

THURSDAYS FROM 3:15-5:00PM

FEBRUARY 28TH, MARCH 7TH, 14TH, 21ST, 28TH AND APRIL 4TH ECOHEAL VILLAGE

Come spend a six week session with Priya Gopal learning about the culture and magic of India. We will practice meditation and yoga, bead jewelry, hear stories from India, cook Indian food, and learn a dance that will be performed at the Emerson Waldorf School’s Intercultural Festival on April 27th. Each participant will get to choose an outfit from India that they can take home with them as well.

For students of EWS, I will pick up registered participants at their respective classes, and then we will walk over to the Ecoheal Village together. Other participants can be dropped off at the Village at 3:30pm. Pickup is at 5pm.

Ecoheal Village 6435 Pathway Court, Chapel Hill, NC 27516

Cost is $135. Please register your child with Priya Gopal premanatya@gmail.com (919) 259-1625.

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Roots of Morocco - Aduts
Mar
26
9:00 AM09:00

Roots of Morocco - Aduts

Our idea with Roots of Morocco is to offer you a memorable experience immersed in art, culture and cuisine Marocaine!


You will explore the flavors of a traditional Moroccan dish, exclusively cooked in a Moroccan clay pot called tajine.

You will rejuvenate your body through restorative movement to regulate your breathing and to align your mind and body.

8:50- 9:00am          Arrival, settle in

9:00 - 10:15am         Restorative movement

10:20 - 11:00am        Social, Chew & Chat

11:05 - 11:30am         Clean up

   

Course fee $20.

Click here for flyer.

E-mail samia@ArabHeritageLearning.org to register.

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First Year of Life Class
Mar
25
3:00 PM15:00

First Year of Life Class

6 Week Sessions Begin January 7th through June

Parents and infants are warmly welcomed as we learn to observe our

infants through their own self-initiated movement. Parents also spend time

learning about co-operative care giving, so that infants become co-

operative partners in their own self-care from their earliest days.

Classes meet once a week from 3:00-4:00 Mondays

$102 for the whole series ( 6 classes).

Registration is rolling so come into the group anytime. You are never late!

For more information or to register: www.transformyourparenting.com or

E-mail: kyle.selfinitiatemovement@gmail.com or call (910)508-3126.

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Arts of India Club
Mar
21
3:15 PM15:15

Arts of India Club

For 2nd-6th graders with Miss Priya

THURSDAYS FROM 3:15-5:00PM

FEBRUARY 28TH, MARCH 7TH, 14TH, 21ST, 28TH AND APRIL 4TH ECOHEAL VILLAGE

Come spend a six week session with Priya Gopal learning about the culture and magic of India. We will practice meditation and yoga, bead jewelry, hear stories from India, cook Indian food, and learn a dance that will be performed at the Emerson Waldorf School’s Intercultural Festival on April 27th. Each participant will get to choose an outfit from India that they can take home with them as well.

For students of EWS, I will pick up registered participants at their respective classes, and then we will walk over to the Ecoheal Village together. Other participants can be dropped off at the Village at 3:30pm. Pickup is at 5pm.

Ecoheal Village 6435 Pathway Court, Chapel Hill, NC 27516

Cost is $135. Please register your child with Priya Gopal premanatya@gmail.com (919) 259-1625.

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