InHabX: Wellness Opportunities within Digital Habits
Oct
13
2:00 PM14:00

InHabX: Wellness Opportunities within Digital Habits

Is it unhealthy to spend time on a computer or smartphone? If so, why?
Can our digital habits be a healthy practice with benefits for our musculoskeletal or emotional wellness? If so, how? Hilltop Barefoot Bodywork is proud to host this exciting movement awareness workshop!

Join Isaac Bower for a 90 minute workshop that explores the cumulative wellness opportunities within our digital habits. You will learn movement and awareness strategies to find greater ease, balance, and creativity within the digital interface. You will also discover how to avoid body language that can express unintentional messages of stress to yourself and others as you text, type, or scroll.

Isaac Bower, LMT, MFA is a massage therapist, visual artist, and educator.
Isaac’s bodywork career spans thirty years; he has helped thousands of individuals in their recovery from pain and functional issues. His artwork and interactive programs often focus on the embodied experience within the digital era. You can learn more about Isaac’s work by visiting his website at Isaacbower.com, or his Instagram account @ib.art.

Tickets are $10 per person with an attendance cap of 35 people. Tickets can be purchased online or in person at the event.

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Poetry as Magic: A Workshop with Dani Janae
Oct
5
2:00 PM14:00

Poetry as Magic: A Workshop with Dani Janae

This Pop!Up Workshop is free and open to all non-binary and girl-identifying teens between the ages of 12 to 18.

Poetry has always been the truest form of magic. Poetry is spell-casting, we can write something into the world by calling it into the eye of the reader. This workshop will be focused on magic as healing. Call in a trouble, a pain, a memory and begin to heal it through our words.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Dani Janae is a poet and writer from Pittsburgh, PA. She received her Bachelor's degree from Allegheny College and has been published in many literary journals. Her work can be found at figwidow.com.

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