Calendar

 

Hello, and thank you for visiting this website!

Here is a schedule of some upcoming classes, presentations, and performances in and around Madison.  

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions–I’d love to hear from you.

Warmly,

Clare

If you scroll to the bottom of the page you’ll find YouTube links to my narrated slideshows on complex trauma and body-centered healing.

 

November and December 2019

Community Yoga Classes, and Performances 

Mondays

Mornings & afternoons: Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY), individual sessions by arrangement (waiting list)

5:15 pm  10/28 – 11/25: Trauma-Sensitive Yoga, five-week series for people in recovery from trauma, at Shambhala Meditation Center of Madison, 408 Baldwin St.    $100 or sliding scale for five sessions, with audio and visual support materials.

Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY) invites you to move your body at your own speed and on your own terms, using gentle yoga forms. It’s a chance to spend time noticing the present moment; making choices for how to be in, and with, your own body; gently reconnecting with the many parts of your self as you feel ready to. There are no physical adjustments in TCTSY, and no pressure: you are welcome to come as you are.

Registration and payment are through the Shambhala Center website, at https://madison.shambhala.org/program-details/?id=388203 

7 pm September 9th – November 18th:  Yin Yoga, MSCR East on Cottage Grove Rd. http://www.mscr.org

 

Tuesdays

10:30 am  September 10th – December 10th  Gentle Yoga 50+ Goodman Rotary MSCR Covenant: http://www.mscr.org

1:15 pm   September 10th – December 10th  Gentle Yoga 50+ Goodman Rotary MSCR Odana: http://www.mscr.org

 

Also, as a part of MSCR’s Goodman Rotary Gap Fitness program ($15 for a week of classes):

1 pm December 17th, Gentle Yoga 50+ MSCR Odana, 5625 Odana Rd.

 

Wednesdays

Mornings & afternoons: TCTSY individual sessions by arrangement (waiting list)

 

Thursdays 

10 am   September 12th – December 12th:  Flow Yoga 50+, Goodman Rotary MSCR Odana: http://www.mscr.org

Afternoons: TCTSY individual sessions, by arrangement

6:15  September 12th – November 21st:  Family Yoga and Dance, MSCR Hoyt, 3802 Regent St. http://www.mscr.org

7:15 September 12th – November 21st:  Yin Yoga, MSCR Hoyt, 3802 Regent St. http://www.mscr.org

 

Fridays 

Mornings & afternoons: TCTSY individual sessions by arrangement (waiting list)

6 pm Friday December 13th: Performance of songs from the Nueva Canción movement, at fundraiser for the Catholic Multicultural Center, 1862 Beld St. Madison, WI 53713.  For more information, please contact Antonio Quintanilla, at 608-441-3249. 

 

Saturdays

10:15 am September 14th – November 23rd, Yin Yoga MSCR Odana, 5625 Odana Rd.  http://www.mscr.org

11:30 am September 14th – November 23rd,  Family Yoga and Dance  MSCR Odana, 5625 Odana Rd.  http://www.mscr.org

 

Also, as part of MSCR Fit for the Holidays:

10:15 am December 7th and 14th, Yin Yoga, MSCR Odana, 5625 Odana Rd. .  http://www.mscr.org

11;30 December 7th and 14th, Family Yoga and Dance, MSCR Odana, 5625 Odana Rd. .  http://www.mscr.org

 

 

Slideshows on Complex Trauma and Body-Centered Healing

Part 1 What is trauma? / Trauma in the nervous system

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YuAzNPPovX4&t=14s

Complex Trauma and Body Centered Healing Part 1 pdf

 

Part 2 Neuroplasticity, and trauma in the brain

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_tQVJKlLKc&t=14s

Complex Trauma and Body Centered Healing Part 2 pdf

 

Part 3 Trauma vulnerability and resilience / Kinds of trauma
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4GN8M4V5t0

Complex Trauma and Body Centered Healing Part 3, pdf

 

Part 4 Body-centered approaches to healing complex trauma
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9-6AQKIfZg

Complex Trauma and Body Centered Healing Part 4, pdf

 

Part 5 Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga, and other healing resources
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opNzQ9cPowE

Complex Trauma and Body Centered Healing Part 5, pdf

 

The world is full of beauty, magic, miracles, and patterns that induce wonder… Emergence is one of the best concepts I have learned for discussing this wonder.   Emergence emphasizes critical connections over critical mass, building authentic relationships, listening with all the senses of the body and the mind.

The crisis is everywhere, massive massive massive.  And we are small.

But emergence notices the way small actions and connections create complex systems, patterns that become ecosystems and societies.  Emergence is our inheritance as a part of this universe; it is how we change.  Emergent strategy is how we intentionally change in ways that grow our capacity to embody the just and liberated worlds we long for.

adrienne maree brown, Emergent Strategy