We had a great day on our Art Expedition to Davenport on July 6. Beyond Van Gogh in the morning, Cafe d’Marie for lunch, and The Life and Art of Charles M. Schultz at the Figge Art Museum in the afternoon. How many dimensions of wellness do you think we experienced??
Man was made to create albeit that creativity is expressed differently; and ever since man has made art, it has provided benefits to both the artist and those appreciating the art. These benefits are both psychological and physiological, confirmed through the positive impact of music therapy, art therapy, and other creative modalities. Even patients with […]
Don’t forget! We’ll see you tonight at 6:30PM to hear “The Story of an Iowa Girl” with Peg Bouska, a Body Moves t’ai chi student, as she shares about her and her siblings’ journey as responsible landowners in converting the farm to a regenerative agriculture system. The Story of an Iowa Girl Wednesday, June 14 […]
In a recent post, we mentioned the various dimensions of health represented in the Body Moves logo. Green – physical Yellow – intellectual, mental Fuchsia – emotional Blue – social Purple – spiritual White space – environmental While we can identify the various categories of wellness, so often the practice of them overlaps as do […]
In what environment (just a teaspoon, in fact!) will you find the most numerous, most densely packed, and most misunderstood species? The answer: soil. In preparation for “Peg’s Talk” this coming Wednesday, June 14, we’re sharing a TedTalk about the importance of soil. Why is soil important? Because the life below makes the life above […]
Hello, Nia Students! We want to let you know that this week’s Nia classes will be on: Monday, June 5 at 10:30 AM, and Wednesday, June 7 at 5:30 PM. No Nia classes this Friday, June 9 or Saturday, June 10. Amazingly, Ama, Beth, Carrie and Pat all have out-of-studio commitments on those days! Enjoy […]