Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle
May
30
10:00 AM10:00

Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle

This 4-week workshop combines yoga and a support circle to join women in this powerful and often overwhelming time in their lives. The class starts with 30 minutes of mindful movement and is followed by 45 minutes of gathering to discuss all that can come up as a mother. This circle is aimed at providing you with a community of women who can support each other and develop lasting bonds in this journey of motherhood. Each week of the series will cover a different topic.
YOGA:
Yoga is taught by Leah Skinner, RYT, and RPYT. The short class offers women the opportunity to establish an overall sense of well-being, and learn breathing techniques and postures to help support the body and mind during the transition to motherhood. There will be time for connection with other mothers, as well as deep rest and relaxation. Our classes are open to any woman after doctors release postpartum. The class is a nurturing environment designed to stretch and strengthen muscles, energize the body, soothe aches and pains, relieve stress and anxiety, and overcome the common discomforts from postpartum. No prior yoga experience needed.
CIRCLE:
What does a circle look like?
When in circle we all put our attention on one woman, and we will explore what her experience is like, essentially getting into deep relationship with what is most true and alive for her.
The experience of being seen for who we are is one of the most fullfilling experiences we can have. Being in circle teaches us exactly that­, how to see and celebrate each woman for the uniqueness she brings to the world.
We don’t give advice or try to fix anyone. Rather, we welcome and stay with what is so we can relax into the truth of our experience, feel supported, know we are not alone and allow the experience of this to change us.

Childcare is available in the lobby during class for $5 per child.


ABOUT LEAH:
Leah moved to Bend in 2015 from Austin, TX where she was an environmental scientist. After moving to Bend, Leah moved into exclusively teaching prenatal yoga and birth education. She completed her prenatal yoga training with Yo Mama in Boulder, CO and her birth education teacher training with Yoga Way to Birth in Portland, OR. Leah is the proud mother of two girls. Her desire to work exclusively with mothers came quickly once she found her power becoming a mother herself. In her free time, Leah enjoys running and mountain biking as well as traveling the world with her husband and daughters. Leah teaches pain management techniques, mindfulness, and partner support during pregnancy and birth for Bend Area Birth Information.

ABOUT SHANTI: 
Shanti is a mother of two soulful, wild, silly, energetic children. Before children, she counseled at-risk youth and teen moms. However, the experience of giving birth and becoming a mom radically changed her. From that transition, she discovered her deeper calling, working with mothers.

When she is not with her children she is facilitating retreats, circles and groups, teaching TRE, meditation and chakra healing classes, hosting ceremonies, and working one on one helping women heal.

Shanti is a change maker, an activist, a healer, a community builder, a storyteller, a mother, and a truth teller. She is a nationally certified counselor with a Masters in Counseling. She is a licensed teacher, a certified hypnotherapist, and a Reiki Master. She has trainings in TRE (trauma release exercises), PPD, Advanced Pranic Healing, and trauma.

Everything Shanti does is in service to women, especially mothers. She is deeply passionate about helping women heal so they can be the powerful, loving, soulful individual they long to be and know they are.


INVESTMENT:
This is priced as a regularly scheduled class, meaning a drop-in is $17 and there are options for 5, 10 and 20 class cards as well as monthly memberships. Class cards include ALL classes at Tula Movement Arts and can be shared among family members. Family memberships are also available.

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Yoga for Men
May
30
7:00 PM19:00

Yoga for Men

YOGA FOR MEN

 

Yoga for men, is a class that is born out of a need for men to experience yoga with a practice designed specifically for the way men are built. This class is suitable for beginners and above.

Have you been curious about yoga but intimidated, or just felt it wasn't for you? If you work hard and play hard, have stress in your life, and you need a practice to keep you balanced and grounded, this may be the class for you!

We offer:

-Stability over flexibility

-Moving from the core

-Stress relief through pranayama breath control techniques, used by yogis, athletes, and US Navy SEALS

-Mobility through primal movement patterns developed over    2000 years ago

Each 60 minute class consists of pranayama, dynamic warm ups, and then moving through the asanas (postures). we will move at a pace that allows you to play the edges of your comfort in each pose in order to gain strength and mobility.

This develops functional strength that can be applied to your sport, passions, and life!
 

About the teacher

Jamie Foubister has been practicing yoga since the age of 13. He has practiced multiple styles including Ashtanga, Yin, Restorative, and Vinyasa flow. He earned his Integrative Yoga Therapy 200hr teacher training through True Nature Healing Arts, in Carbondale Colorado in 2011. Jamie has taught yoga in group and private classes in Colorado, Florida, and Oregon.

Jamie also draws heavily from his martial arts background. His philosophy for teaching, to quote the late great Bruce Lee, is, “absorb what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own creation.”

$10 cash

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Circle-In: A Women's Circle
Jun
4
7:00 PM19:00

Circle-In: A Women's Circle

Circle-in is a gathering place for women to be seen, heard, and grow. This is a free structure where each person who comes guides the direction of the group. This is about following where our collective path leads us and allowing the destination to be open.

No matter what happens it's important to know this women's circle will be a safe container where vulnerability can flourish in a healthy and nurturing way. The safer the container the deeper the connection. The deeper the connection the more vulnerability is available. The more vulnerability is available the bigger the healing.

When women authentically gather, deep connections begin to form, community starts to grow and wounds begin to heal. Join us in this beautiful healing magic.

About the facilitator:
Shanti is a counselor and trained group therapist. She has been facilitating groups for over 10 years. Over the course of her experience she has found that working with women in groups to be one of her greatest joys. She is constantly blown away by the power of group work. Not only does she get the gift of hearing the stories of brave women she gets the gift of learning from every women who comes to her group. She feels grateful to be given the privilege of holding sacred space for women.

$10 per drop in
pay at the door
cash or check made out to Rooted&Open

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Shine, A Woman's Group
Jun
5
to Jun 26

Shine, A Woman's Group

Shine is a 4 week process group (6/5-6/26) that is open to women in any stage of life. This will be a heart centered, heart opening group that encourages vulnerability, truth and openness. It is our intention that you will go away with a deeper connection to yourself, your feelings, and your truth. 

This group will benefit women who
- want to reclaim their creativity
- desire a deeper relationship and understanding with their self
- want to find their voice
- yearn for connection and community
- are ready to share with vulnerability
- are ready to walk her own path
- want to learn how to live in truth, passion and greatness
- thrive in a nurturing healing space
- are ready to make true and lasting change
- want to ignite the fire from within and shine

Each week we will mix open processing/discussions with an art activity and/or an experiential activity desiged to integrate the collective healing work we do. 

Some benefits to group work are:
- Groups provide a safety net
- Groups help you to relate to yourself and others in a heathier way
- Groups help you find your voice
- Groups help facilitate giving a receiving support
- Groups help you realize you are not alone
- Groups provide a sounding board
- Sharing and being seen in your vulnerability can be healing
- Groups can teach you about yourself
- Groups can help propel you forward in life

We will meet weekly for 5 weeks in Bend, address to be announced.

Shine will be facilitated by two Heart Centered Therapists who are passionate about and specialize in group work: 
Shanti O'Connor, MS, NCC, QHHT
www.rootedandopen.com
and
Sara Beth Feley, LMFT, YTT, CT, Cranial Sacral Therapist
www.sarabethfeley.com

Investment $140
Some insurance like Blue Cross and First Choice accepted, 
please ask because if you have insurance we can give you a form to send in for reimbursement.
A nonrefundable deposit of $50 or full payment holds your place.
Payment Plans available upon request

To secure your spot, send a check to
Rooted&Open
21212 Limestone Ave, 
Bend, OR 97703

Please inquire with questions to rootedandopen@gmail.com 

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Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle
Jun
6
10:00 AM10:00

Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle

This 4-week workshop combines yoga and a support circle to join women in this powerful and often overwhelming time in their lives. The class starts with 30 minutes of mindful movement and is followed by 45 minutes of gathering to discuss all that can come up as a mother. This circle is aimed at providing you with a community of women who can support each other and develop lasting bonds in this journey of motherhood. Each week of the series will cover a different topic.
YOGA:
Yoga is taught by Leah Skinner, RYT, and RPYT. The short class offers women the opportunity to establish an overall sense of well-being, and learn breathing techniques and postures to help support the body and mind during the transition to motherhood. There will be time for connection with other mothers, as well as deep rest and relaxation. Our classes are open to any woman after doctors release postpartum. The class is a nurturing environment designed to stretch and strengthen muscles, energize the body, soothe aches and pains, relieve stress and anxiety, and overcome the common discomforts from postpartum. No prior yoga experience needed.
CIRCLE:
What does a circle look like?
When in circle we all put our attention on one woman, and we will explore what her experience is like, essentially getting into deep relationship with what is most true and alive for her.
The experience of being seen for who we are is one of the most fullfilling experiences we can have. Being in circle teaches us exactly that­, how to see and celebrate each woman for the uniqueness she brings to the world.
We don’t give advice or try to fix anyone. Rather, we welcome and stay with what is so we can relax into the truth of our experience, feel supported, know we are not alone and allow the experience of this to change us.

Childcare is available in the lobby during class for $5 per child.


ABOUT LEAH:
Leah moved to Bend in 2015 from Austin, TX where she was an environmental scientist. After moving to Bend, Leah moved into exclusively teaching prenatal yoga and birth education. She completed her prenatal yoga training with Yo Mama in Boulder, CO and her birth education teacher training with Yoga Way to Birth in Portland, OR. Leah is the proud mother of two girls. Her desire to work exclusively with mothers came quickly once she found her power becoming a mother herself. In her free time, Leah enjoys running and mountain biking as well as traveling the world with her husband and daughters. Leah teaches pain management techniques, mindfulness, and partner support during pregnancy and birth for Bend Area Birth Information.

ABOUT SHANTI: 
Shanti is a mother of two soulful, wild, silly, energetic children. Before children, she counseled at-risk youth and teen moms. However, the experience of giving birth and becoming a mom radically changed her. From that transition, she discovered her deeper calling, working with mothers.

When she is not with her children she is facilitating retreats, circles and groups, teaching TRE, meditation and chakra healing classes, hosting ceremonies, and working one on one helping women heal.

Shanti is a change maker, an activist, a healer, a community builder, a storyteller, a mother, and a truth teller. She is a nationally certified counselor with a Masters in Counseling. She is a licensed teacher, a certified hypnotherapist, and a Reiki Master. She has trainings in TRE (trauma release exercises), PPD, Advanced Pranic Healing, and trauma.

Everything Shanti does is in service to women, especially mothers. She is deeply passionate about helping women heal so they can be the powerful, loving, soulful individual they long to be and know they are.


INVESTMENT:
This is priced as a regularly scheduled class, meaning a drop-in is $17 and there are options for 5, 10 and 20 class cards as well as monthly memberships. Class cards include ALL classes at Tula Movement Arts and can be shared among family members. Family memberships are also available.

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Expecting parents group
Jun
7
5:00 PM17:00

Expecting parents group

Expecting Parents Group

Expectant mamas and partners! Come foster new friendships and build community at The Hive. Twice monthly we will meet to socialize, discuss subjects related to pregnancy, health, birth, postpartum, parenting a newborn to foster community and support. Hear from counselors, doulas, LMTs, chiropractors, acupuncturists, healers and other guest speakers. We will host guest speakers on occasion so you can gain knowledge about options for pregnancy support and learn new information on various subjects. Picnic style gathering, so bring your dinner if you like. Nursing children welcome.
This group is run by a counselor who specializes in working with moms and a midwife.
Hosted by Shanti O’Connor, MS, NCC, QHHt and Allegra Lilly, CPM, LDM (licensed homebirth midwife) 

Donations are greatly appreciated.
Suggested $5

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Circle-In: A Women's Circle
Jun
18
7:00 PM19:00

Circle-In: A Women's Circle

Circle-in is a gathering place for women to be seen, heard, and grow. This is a free structure where each person who comes guides the direction of the group. This is about following where our collective path leads us and allowing the destination to be open.

No matter what happens it's important to know this women's circle will be a safe container where vulnerability can flourish in a healthy and nurturing way. The safer the container the deeper the connection. The deeper the connection the more vulnerability is available. The more vulnerability is available the bigger the healing.

When women authentically gather, deep connections begin to form, community starts to grow and wounds begin to heal. Join us in this beautiful healing magic.

About the facilitator:
Shanti is a counselor and trained group therapist. She has been facilitating groups for over 10 years. Over the course of her experience she has found that working with women in groups to be one of her greatest joys. She is constantly blown away by the power of group work. Not only does she get the gift of hearing the stories of brave women she gets the gift of learning from every women who comes to her group. She feels grateful to be given the privilege of holding sacred space for women.

$10 per drop in
pay at the door
cash or check made out to Rooted&Open

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Summer Solstice Dinner
Jun
21
5:30 PM17:30

Summer Solstice Dinner

The Summer Solstice is a time of celebration, of honoring the light, and of our connection to the Sun and the Earth. This is a celebration of the earth's incredible bounty! 
Let's gather in community to celebrate our bounty and our inner fire/power, the power that makes abundance and nourishment grow. Our intention is to expand and brighten our lives through joyful/light-hearted connection.
Join Shanti of Rooted&Open and Zara of Zarabird for an evening of food, connection, games, and a short/simple ceremony of honoring our deep well of wisdom.
Zara will serve up a 4 course meal- with appetizers, salad, protein & veggies, and a dessert. All food will be fresh, mostly locally sourced, organic, and homemade by Zara. 
Zara Seligson-Goldman is a Certified Holistic Nutritionist, Certified Herbalist and Certified Yoga Teacher who specializes in natural women's health and education, whole foods nutrition, and therapeutic wellness programs.zarabird.com
Shanti will lead fun, intention activities to engage in meaningful connection and will lead the group through a simple ceremony.
Shanti is a counselor, energy worker, hypnotherapist, and owner of The Hive. rootedandopen.com
This event will be held at The Hive. We will be both inside and outside so please dress in layers.
$45 cash or check prepaid to Rooted&Open saves your spot

This will be a small gathering of 10. This event is open to the first 10 people who prepay. Email rootedandopen.com to sign up and pay.

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Conscious Fatherhood Circle
Jun
21
6:30 PM18:30

Conscious Fatherhood Circle

The Conscious Fatherhood Circle caters to fathers, fathers-to-be, and partners looking to embrace a higher level of consciousness as a man. A sacred space well be held so men can transcend to a higher level of consciousness with discussion of topics surrounding fatherhood and manhood. The circle will be an interactive discussion format leaving each man empowered to become a higher expression of himself. 

Join us in our third circle to create a mastermind with men of a common thread looking to embrace a higher level of consciousness when leading with our children, our partners, and our community.

Pure Light: A Family Health Studio

497 SW Century Drive Suite 120, Bend, Oregon 97702

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Vibration Healing
May
24
7:00 PM19:00

Vibration Healing

This is a monthly healing event open to men and women. It's a unique blend of exercises, meditation, breath work and energy work. 

The first hour will be dedicated to soothing, calming and resetting the nervous system through breath work and TRE (tension release exercises). No experience needed to learn these exercises. It's a safe and gentle exercise for all bodies. Click on this link to learn more about TRE (traumaprevention.com). If you already know TRE please join us, practicing in a group can bring out new powerful/healing expressions in your body. FYI TRE is a trademarked activity that only certified practitioners can teach.

Once our body is in a natural state of calm we will do a guided meditation. Crystals, oils, singing bowls, hands on energy healing using reiki and pranic, and shamanic drumming or hemi-sync music will be used during our time together to help guide and clear the energetic field. 

Time permitting, we will process and talk about what came up during our time together. 

$15

cash or check made out to Rooted&Open

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Expecting parents group
May
24
5:00 PM17:00

Expecting parents group

Expecting Parents Group

Expectant mamas and partners! Come foster new friendships and build community at The Hive. Twice monthly we will meet to socialize, discuss subjects related to pregnancy, health, birth, postpartum, parenting a newborn to foster community and support. Hear from counselors, doulas, LMTs, chiropractors, acupuncturists, healers and other guest speakers. We will host guest speakers on occasion so you can gain knowledge about options for pregnancy support and learn new information on various subjects. Picnic style gathering, so bring your dinner if you like. Nursing children welcome.
This group is run by a counselor who specializes in working with moms and a midwife.
Hosted by Shanti O’Connor, MS, NCC, QHHt and Allegra Lilly, CPM, LDM (licensed homebirth midwife) 

Donations are greatly appreciated.
Suggested $5

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Yoga for Men
May
23
7:00 PM19:00

Yoga for Men

YOGA FOR MEN

 

Yoga for men, is a class that is born out of a need for men to experience yoga with a practice designed specifically for the way men are built. This class is suitable for beginners and above.

Have you been curious about yoga but intimidated, or just felt it wasn't for you? If you work hard and play hard, have stress in your life, and you need a practice to keep you balanced and grounded, this may be the class for you!

We offer:

-Stability over flexibility

-Moving from the core

-Stress relief through pranayama breath control techniques, used by yogis, athletes, and US Navy SEALS

-Mobility through primal movement patterns developed over    2000 years ago

Each 60 minute class consists of pranayama, dynamic warm ups, and then moving through the asanas (postures). we will move at a pace that allows you to play the edges of your comfort in each pose in order to gain strength and mobility.

This develops functional strength that can be applied to your sport, passions, and life!
 

About the teacher

Jamie Foubister has been practicing yoga since the age of 13. He has practiced multiple styles including Ashtanga, Yin, Restorative, and Vinyasa flow. He earned his Integrative Yoga Therapy 200hr teacher training through True Nature Healing Arts, in Carbondale Colorado in 2011. Jamie has taught yoga in group and private classes in Colorado, Florida, and Oregon.

Jamie also draws heavily from his martial arts background. His philosophy for teaching, to quote the late great Bruce Lee, is, “absorb what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own creation.”

$10 cash

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 Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle
May
23
10:00 AM10:00

Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle

This 4-week workshop combines yoga and a support circle to join women in this powerful and often overwhelming time in their lives. The class starts with 30 minutes of mindful movement and is followed by 45 minutes of gathering to discuss all that can come up as a mother. This circle is aimed at providing you with a community of women who can support each other and develop lasting bonds in this journey of motherhood. Each week of the series will cover a different topic.
YOGA:
Yoga is taught by Leah Skinner, RYT, and RPYT. The short class offers women the opportunity to establish an overall sense of well-being, and learn breathing techniques and postures to help support the body and mind during the transition to motherhood. There will be time for connection with other mothers, as well as deep rest and relaxation. Our classes are open to any woman after doctors release postpartum. The class is a nurturing environment designed to stretch and strengthen muscles, energize the body, soothe aches and pains, relieve stress and anxiety, and overcome the common discomforts from postpartum. No prior yoga experience needed.
CIRCLE:
What does a circle look like?
When in circle we all put our attention on one woman, and we will explore what her experience is like, essentially getting into deep relationship with what is most true and alive for her.
The experience of being seen for who we are is one of the most fullfilling experiences we can have. Being in circle teaches us exactly that­, how to see and celebrate each woman for the uniqueness she brings to the world.
We don’t give advice or try to fix anyone. Rather, we welcome and stay with what is so we can relax into the truth of our experience, feel supported, know we are not alone and allow the experience of this to change us.

Childcare is available in the lobby during class for $5 per child.


ABOUT LEAH:
Leah moved to Bend in 2015 from Austin, TX where she was an environmental scientist. After moving to Bend, Leah moved into exclusively teaching prenatal yoga and birth education. She completed her prenatal yoga training with Yo Mama in Boulder, CO and her birth education teacher training with Yoga Way to Birth in Portland, OR. Leah is the proud mother of two girls. Her desire to work exclusively with mothers came quickly once she found her power becoming a mother herself. In her free time, Leah enjoys running and mountain biking as well as traveling the world with her husband and daughters. Leah teaches pain management techniques, mindfulness, and partner support during pregnancy and birth for Bend Area Birth Information.

ABOUT SHANTI: 
Shanti is a mother of two soulful, wild, silly, energetic children. Before children, she counseled at-risk youth and teen moms. However, the experience of giving birth and becoming a mom radically changed her. From that transition, she discovered her deeper calling, working with mothers.

When she is not with her children she is facilitating retreats, circles and groups, teaching TRE, meditation and chakra healing classes, hosting ceremonies, and working one on one helping women heal.

Shanti is a change maker, an activist, a healer, a community builder, a storyteller, a mother, and a truth teller. She is a nationally certified counselor with a Masters in Counseling. She is a licensed teacher, a certified hypnotherapist, and a Reiki Master. She has trainings in TRE (trauma release exercises), PPD, Advanced Pranic Healing, and trauma.

Everything Shanti does is in service to women, especially mothers. She is deeply passionate about helping women heal so they can be the powerful, loving, soulful individual they long to be and know they are.


INVESTMENT:
This is priced as a regularly scheduled class, meaning a drop-in is $17 and there are options for 5, 10 and 20 class cards as well as monthly memberships. Class cards include ALL classes at Tula Movement Arts and can be shared among family members. Family memberships are also available.

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Circle-In: A Women's Circle
May
18
7:00 PM19:00

Circle-In: A Women's Circle

Circle-in is a gathering place for women to be seen, heard, and grow. This is a free structure where each person who comes guides the direction of the group. This is about following where our collective path leads us and allowing the destination to be open.

No matter what happens it's important to know this women's circle will be a safe container where vulnerability can flourish in a healthy and nurturing way. The safer the container the deeper the connection. The deeper the connection the more vulnerability is available. The more vulnerability is available the bigger the healing.

When women authentically gather, deep connections begin to form, community starts to grow and wounds begin to heal. Join us in this beautiful healing magic.

About the facilitator:
Shanti is a counselor and trained group therapist. She has been facilitating groups for over 10 years. Over the course of her experience she has found that working with women in groups to be one of her greatest joys. She is constantly blown away by the power of group work. Not only does she get the gift of hearing the stories of brave women she gets the gift of learning from every women who comes to her group. She feels grateful to be given the privilege of holding sacred space for women.

$10 per drop in
pay at the door
cash or check made out to Rooted&Open

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Yoga for Men
May
16
7:00 PM19:00

Yoga for Men

YOGA FOR MEN

 

Yoga for men, is a class that is born out of a need for men to experience yoga with a practice designed specifically for the way men are built. This class is suitable for beginners and above.

Have you been curious about yoga but intimidated, or just felt it wasn't for you? If you work hard and play hard, have stress in your life, and you need a practice to keep you balanced and grounded, this may be the class for you!

We offer:

-Stability over flexibility

-Moving from the core

-Stress relief through pranayama breath control techniques, used by yogis, athletes, and US Navy SEALS

-Mobility through primal movement patterns developed over    2000 years ago

Each 60 minute class consists of pranayama, dynamic warm ups, and then moving through the asanas (postures). we will move at a pace that allows you to play the edges of your comfort in each pose in order to gain strength and mobility.

This develops functional strength that can be applied to your sport, passions, and life!
 

About the teacher

Jamie Foubister has been practicing yoga since the age of 13. He has practiced multiple styles including Ashtanga, Yin, Restorative, and Vinyasa flow. He earned his Integrative Yoga Therapy 200hr teacher training through True Nature Healing Arts, in Carbondale Colorado in 2011. Jamie has taught yoga in group and private classes in Colorado, Florida, and Oregon.

Jamie also draws heavily from his martial arts background. His philosophy for teaching, to quote the late great Bruce Lee, is, “absorb what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own creation.”

$10 cash

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 Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle
May
16
10:00 AM10:00

Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle

This 4-week workshop combines yoga and a support circle to join women in this powerful and often overwhelming time in their lives. The class starts with 30 minutes of mindful movement and is followed by 45 minutes of gathering to discuss all that can come up as a mother. This circle is aimed at providing you with a community of women who can support each other and develop lasting bonds in this journey of motherhood. Each week of the series will cover a different topic.
YOGA:
Yoga is taught by Leah Skinner, RYT, and RPYT. The short class offers women the opportunity to establish an overall sense of well-being, and learn breathing techniques and postures to help support the body and mind during the transition to motherhood. There will be time for connection with other mothers, as well as deep rest and relaxation. Our classes are open to any woman after doctors release postpartum. The class is a nurturing environment designed to stretch and strengthen muscles, energize the body, soothe aches and pains, relieve stress and anxiety, and overcome the common discomforts from postpartum. No prior yoga experience needed.
CIRCLE:
What does a circle look like?
When in circle we all put our attention on one woman, and we will explore what her experience is like, essentially getting into deep relationship with what is most true and alive for her.
The experience of being seen for who we are is one of the most fullfilling experiences we can have. Being in circle teaches us exactly that­, how to see and celebrate each woman for the uniqueness she brings to the world.
We don’t give advice or try to fix anyone. Rather, we welcome and stay with what is so we can relax into the truth of our experience, feel supported, know we are not alone and allow the experience of this to change us.

Childcare is available in the lobby during class for $5 per child.


ABOUT LEAH:
Leah moved to Bend in 2015 from Austin, TX where she was an environmental scientist. After moving to Bend, Leah moved into exclusively teaching prenatal yoga and birth education. She completed her prenatal yoga training with Yo Mama in Boulder, CO and her birth education teacher training with Yoga Way to Birth in Portland, OR. Leah is the proud mother of two girls. Her desire to work exclusively with mothers came quickly once she found her power becoming a mother herself. In her free time, Leah enjoys running and mountain biking as well as traveling the world with her husband and daughters. Leah teaches pain management techniques, mindfulness, and partner support during pregnancy and birth for Bend Area Birth Information.

ABOUT SHANTI: 
Shanti is a mother of two soulful, wild, silly, energetic children. Before children, she counseled at-risk youth and teen moms. However, the experience of giving birth and becoming a mom radically changed her. From that transition, she discovered her deeper calling, working with mothers.

When she is not with her children she is facilitating retreats, circles and groups, teaching TRE, meditation and chakra healing classes, hosting ceremonies, and working one on one helping women heal.

Shanti is a change maker, an activist, a healer, a community builder, a storyteller, a mother, and a truth teller. She is a nationally certified counselor with a Masters in Counseling. She is a licensed teacher, a certified hypnotherapist, and a Reiki Master. She has trainings in TRE (trauma release exercises), PPD, Advanced Pranic Healing, and trauma.

Everything Shanti does is in service to women, especially mothers. She is deeply passionate about helping women heal so they can be the powerful, loving, soulful individual they long to be and know they are.


INVESTMENT:
This is priced as a regularly scheduled class, meaning a drop-in is $17 and there are options for 5, 10 and 20 class cards as well as monthly memberships. Class cards include ALL classes at Tula Movement Arts and can be shared among family members. Family memberships are also available.

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Group TRE (Tension/Trauma Release Exercises)
May
15
7:00 PM19:00

Group TRE (Tension/Trauma Release Exercises)

This is a group class. 
TRE ® (Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises) helps to restore balance to the body by releasing deeply stored tension. This approach will help you to manage and release the effects of stress in your body which in turn positively affects your life.
In TRE we use a series of exercises that are gentle and if needed can be modified for any body type or restriction.

A short description of TRE by Jessica Schaffer from trepdx.com 
"TRE ® activates a self-controlled, muscular tremor reflex which is the body’s natural way of re-establishing balance by discharging energy stored in the nervous system. This tremor reflex originates from the Central Nervous System and moves deep in the core of the body, spreading from the legs upward along the spine, slowly unwinding muscular holding patterns from the sacrum to the cranium. Because it is a body-based release, there is very little emotional or cognitive process that is stirred by the practice. So it is a safe and gentle way for the body to process held stress and trauma without re-triggering uncomfortable memories." 

Please bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable stretchy clothes.

$10 cash or check at the door.

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Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle
May
9
10:00 AM10:00

Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle

This 4-week workshop combines yoga and a support circle to join women in this powerful and often overwhelming time in their lives. The class starts with 30 minutes of mindful movement and is followed by 45 minutes of gathering to discuss all that can come up as a mother. This circle is aimed at providing you with a community of women who can support each other and develop lasting bonds in this journey of motherhood. Each week of the series will cover a different topic.
YOGA:
Yoga is taught by Leah Skinner, RYT, and RPYT. The short class offers women the opportunity to establish an overall sense of well-being, and learn breathing techniques and postures to help support the body and mind during the transition to motherhood. There will be time for connection with other mothers, as well as deep rest and relaxation. Our classes are open to any woman after doctors release postpartum. The class is a nurturing environment designed to stretch and strengthen muscles, energize the body, soothe aches and pains, relieve stress and anxiety, and overcome the common discomforts from postpartum. No prior yoga experience needed.
CIRCLE:
What does a circle look like?
When in circle we all put our attention on one woman, and we will explore what her experience is like, essentially getting into deep relationship with what is most true and alive for her.
The experience of being seen for who we are is one of the most fullfilling experiences we can have. Being in circle teaches us exactly that­, how to see and celebrate each woman for the uniqueness she brings to the world.
We don’t give advice or try to fix anyone. Rather, we welcome and stay with what is so we can relax into the truth of our experience, feel supported, know we are not alone and allow the experience of this to change us.

Childcare is available in the lobby during class for $5 per child.


ABOUT LEAH:
Leah moved to Bend in 2015 from Austin, TX where she was an environmental scientist. After moving to Bend, Leah moved into exclusively teaching prenatal yoga and birth education. She completed her prenatal yoga training with Yo Mama in Boulder, CO and her birth education teacher training with Yoga Way to Birth in Portland, OR. Leah is the proud mother of two girls. Her desire to work exclusively with mothers came quickly once she found her power becoming a mother herself. In her free time, Leah enjoys running and mountain biking as well as traveling the world with her husband and daughters. Leah teaches pain management techniques, mindfulness, and partner support during pregnancy and birth for Bend Area Birth Information.

ABOUT SHANTI: 
Shanti is a mother of two soulful, wild, silly, energetic children. Before children, she counseled at-risk youth and teen moms. However, the experience of giving birth and becoming a mom radically changed her. From that transition, she discovered her deeper calling, working with mothers.

When she is not with her children she is facilitating retreats, circles and groups, teaching TRE, meditation and chakra healing classes, hosting ceremonies, and working one on one helping women heal.

Shanti is a change maker, an activist, a healer, a community builder, a storyteller, a mother, and a truth teller. She is a nationally certified counselor with a Masters in Counseling. She is a licensed teacher, a certified hypnotherapist, and a Reiki Master. She has trainings in TRE (trauma release exercises), PPD, Advanced Pranic Healing, and trauma.

Everything Shanti does is in service to women, especially mothers. She is deeply passionate about helping women heal so they can be the powerful, loving, soulful individual they long to be and know they are.


INVESTMENT:
This is priced as a regularly scheduled class, meaning a drop-in is $17 and there are options for 5, 10 and 20 class cards as well as monthly memberships. Class cards include ALL classes at Tula Movement Arts and can be shared among family members. Family memberships are also available.

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Birth Tellers
May
8
6:00 PM18:00

Birth Tellers

Birth Tellers is a community storytelling event for mothers, fathers, and birthworkers. We would love to highlight all the ways in which women give birth in our community. We hope to hear stories from fathers, grandparents and birthworkers as well as from mothers. 

There will be about 5-10 storytellers sharing his/her experience of birth. Each story will range between 10-20 minutes. The last 30 minutes will be used for an open discussion and questions from the audience. 

If you are interested in sharing your story please email rootedandopen@gmail.com. Once a short written description is emailed you will be notified if your story has been chosen to share at this event. No storytelling experience needed.


$15 at the door

 

 

 

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Circle-In: A Women's Circle
May
4
7:00 PM19:00

Circle-In: A Women's Circle

Circle-in is a gathering place for women to be seen, heard, and grow. This is a free structure where each person who comes guides the direction of the group. This is about following where our collective path leads us and allowing the destination to be open.

No matter what happens it's important to know this women's circle will be a safe container where vulnerability can flourish in a healthy and nurturing way. The safer the container the deeper the connection. The deeper the connection the more vulnerability is available. The more vulnerability is available the bigger the healing.

When women authentically gather, deep connections begin to form, community starts to grow and wounds begin to heal. Join us in this beautiful healing magic.

About the facilitator:
Shanti is a counselor and trained group therapist. She has been facilitating groups for over 10 years. Over the course of her experience she has found that working with women in groups to be one of her greatest joys. She is constantly blown away by the power of group work. Not only does she get the gift of hearing the stories of brave women she gets the gift of learning from every women who comes to her group. She feels grateful to be given the privilege of holding sacred space for women.

$10 per drop in
pay at the door
cash or check made out to Rooted&Open

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Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle
May
2
10:30 AM10:30

Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle

This 4-week workshop combines yoga and a support circle to join women in this powerful and often overwhelming time in their lives. The class starts with 30 minutes of mindful movement and is followed by 45 minutes of gathering to discuss all that can come up as a mother. This circle is aimed at providing you with a community of women who can support each other and develop lasting bonds in this journey of motherhood. Each week of the series will cover a different topic.
YOGA:
Yoga is taught by Leah Skinner, RYT, and RPYT. The short class offers women the opportunity to establish an overall sense of well-being, and learn breathing techniques and postures to help support the body and mind during the transition to motherhood. There will be time for connection with other mothers, as well as deep rest and relaxation. Our classes are open to any woman after doctors release postpartum. The class is a nurturing environment designed to stretch and strengthen muscles, energize the body, soothe aches and pains, relieve stress and anxiety, and overcome the common discomforts from postpartum. No prior yoga experience needed.
CIRCLE:
What does a circle look like?
When in circle we all put our attention on one woman, and we will explore what her experience is like, essentially getting into deep relationship with what is most true and alive for her.
The experience of being seen for who we are is one of the most fullfilling experiences we can have. Being in circle teaches us exactly that­, how to see and celebrate each woman for the uniqueness she brings to the world.
We don’t give advice or try to fix anyone. Rather, we welcome and stay with what is so we can relax into the truth of our experience, feel supported, know we are not alone and allow the experience of this to change us.

Childcare is available in the lobby during class for $5 per child.


ABOUT LEAH:
Leah moved to Bend in 2015 from Austin, TX where she was an environmental scientist. After moving to Bend, Leah moved into exclusively teaching prenatal yoga and birth education. She completed her prenatal yoga training with Yo Mama in Boulder, CO and her birth education teacher training with Yoga Way to Birth in Portland, OR. Leah is the proud mother of two girls. Her desire to work exclusively with mothers came quickly once she found her power becoming a mother herself. In her free time, Leah enjoys running and mountain biking as well as traveling the world with her husband and daughters. Leah teaches pain management techniques, mindfulness, and partner support during pregnancy and birth for Bend Area Birth Information.

ABOUT SHANTI: 
Shanti is a mother of two soulful, wild, silly, energetic children. Before children, she counseled at-risk youth and teen moms. However, the experience of giving birth and becoming a mom radically changed her. From that transition, she discovered her deeper calling, working with mothers.

When she is not with her children she is facilitating retreats, circles and groups, teaching TRE, meditation and chakra healing classes, hosting ceremonies, and working one on one helping women heal.

Shanti is a change maker, an activist, a healer, a community builder, a storyteller, a mother, and a truth teller. She is a nationally certified counselor with a Masters in Counseling. She is a licensed teacher, a certified hypnotherapist, and a Reiki Master. She has trainings in TRE (trauma release exercises), PPD, Advanced Pranic Healing, and trauma.

Everything Shanti does is in service to women, especially mothers. She is deeply passionate about helping women heal so they can be the powerful, loving, soulful individual they long to be and know they are.


INVESTMENT:
This is priced as a regularly scheduled class, meaning a drop-in is $17 and there are options for 5, 10 and 20 class cards as well as monthly memberships. Class cards include ALL classes at Tula Movement Arts and can be shared among family members. Family memberships are also available.

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Womyn's Moon Lodge
Apr
29
6:30 PM18:30

Womyn's Moon Lodge

Go within and nurture the self in a community of wise womyn.
Womyn's Moon Lodge is a gathering place of ancient feminine wisdom, where womyn gather to inspire, encourage and heal.

$10 cash/check at the event.

21212 Limestone Ave., Bend

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Vibration Healing
Apr
26
7:00 PM19:00

Vibration Healing

This is a monthly healing event open to men and women. It's a unique blend of exercises, meditation, breath work and energy work. 

The first hour will be dedicated to soothing, calming and resetting the nervous system through breath work and TRE (tension release exercises). No experience needed to learn these exercises. It's a safe and gentle exercise for all bodies. Click on this link to learn more about TRE (traumaprevention.com). If you already know TRE please join us, practicing in a group can bring out new powerful/healing expressions in your body. FYI TRE is a trademarked activity that only certified practitioners can teach.

Once our body is in a natural state of calm we will do a guided meditation. Crystals, oils, singing bowls, hands on energy healing using reiki and pranic, and shamanic drumming or hemi-sync music will be used during our time together to help guide and clear the energetic field. 

Time permitting, we will process and talk about what came up during our time together. 

$15

cash or check made out to Rooted&Open

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Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle
Apr
25
10:30 AM10:30

Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle

This 4-week workshop combines yoga and a support circle to join women in this powerful and often overwhelming time in their lives. The class starts with 30 minutes of mindful movement and is followed by 45 minutes of gathering to discuss all that can come up as a mother. This circle is aimed at providing you with a community of women who can support each other and develop lasting bonds in this journey of motherhood. Each week of the series will cover a different topic.
YOGA:
Yoga is taught by Leah Skinner, RYT, and RPYT. The short class offers women the opportunity to establish an overall sense of well-being, and learn breathing techniques and postures to help support the body and mind during the transition to motherhood. There will be time for connection with other mothers, as well as deep rest and relaxation. Our classes are open to any woman after doctors release postpartum. The class is a nurturing environment designed to stretch and strengthen muscles, energize the body, soothe aches and pains, relieve stress and anxiety, and overcome the common discomforts from postpartum. No prior yoga experience needed.
CIRCLE:
What does a circle look like?
When in circle we all put our attention on one woman, and we will explore what her experience is like, essentially getting into deep relationship with what is most true and alive for her.
The experience of being seen for who we are is one of the most fullfilling experiences we can have. Being in circle teaches us exactly that­, how to see and celebrate each woman for the uniqueness she brings to the world.
We don’t give advice or try to fix anyone. Rather, we welcome and stay with what is so we can relax into the truth of our experience, feel supported, know we are not alone and allow the experience of this to change us.

Childcare is available in the lobby during class for $5 per child.


ABOUT LEAH:
Leah moved to Bend in 2015 from Austin, TX where she was an environmental scientist. After moving to Bend, Leah moved into exclusively teaching prenatal yoga and birth education. She completed her prenatal yoga training with Yo Mama in Boulder, CO and her birth education teacher training with Yoga Way to Birth in Portland, OR. Leah is the proud mother of two girls. Her desire to work exclusively with mothers came quickly once she found her power becoming a mother herself. In her free time, Leah enjoys running and mountain biking as well as traveling the world with her husband and daughters. Leah teaches pain management techniques, mindfulness, and partner support during pregnancy and birth for Bend Area Birth Information.

ABOUT SHANTI: 
Shanti is a mother of two soulful, wild, silly, energetic children. Before children, she counseled at-risk youth and teen moms. However, the experience of giving birth and becoming a mom radically changed her. From that transition, she discovered her deeper calling, working with mothers.

When she is not with her children she is facilitating retreats, circles and groups, teaching TRE, meditation and chakra healing classes, hosting ceremonies, and working one on one helping women heal.

Shanti is a change maker, an activist, a healer, a community builder, a storyteller, a mother, and a truth teller. She is a nationally certified counselor with a Masters in Counseling. She is a licensed teacher, a certified hypnotherapist, and a Reiki Master. She has trainings in TRE (trauma release exercises), PPD, Advanced Pranic Healing, and trauma.

Everything Shanti does is in service to women, especially mothers. She is deeply passionate about helping women heal so they can be the powerful, loving, soulful individual they long to be and know they are.


INVESTMENT:
This is priced as a regularly scheduled class, meaning a drop-in is $17 and there are options for 5, 10 and 20 class cards as well as monthly memberships. Class cards include ALL classes at Tula Movement Arts and can be shared among family members. Family memberships are also available.

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Conscious Fatherhood Circle
Apr
19
6:30 PM18:30

Conscious Fatherhood Circle

  • Pure Light: A Family Health Studio (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Conscious Fatherhood Circle caters to fathers, fathers-to-be, and partners looking to embrace a higher level of consciousness as a man. A sacred space well be held so men can transcend to a higher level of consciousness with discussion of topics surrounding fatherhood and manhood. The circle will be an interactive discussion format leaving each man empowered to become a higher expression of himself. 

Join us in our third circle to create a mastermind with men of a common thread looking to embrace a higher level of consciousness when leading with our children, our partners, and our community.

Pure Light: A Family Health Studio

497 SW Century Drive Suite 120, Bend, Oregon 97702

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Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle
Apr
18
10:30 AM10:30

Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle

This 4-week workshop combines yoga and a support circle to join women in this powerful and often overwhelming time in their lives. The class starts with 30 minutes of mindful movement and is followed by 45 minutes of gathering to discuss all that can come up as a mother. This circle is aimed at providing you with a community of women who can support each other and develop lasting bonds in this journey of motherhood. Each week of the series will cover a different topic.
YOGA:
Yoga is taught by Leah Skinner, RYT, and RPYT. The short class offers women the opportunity to establish an overall sense of well-being, and learn breathing techniques and postures to help support the body and mind during the transition to motherhood. There will be time for connection with other mothers, as well as deep rest and relaxation. Our classes are open to any woman after doctors release postpartum. The class is a nurturing environment designed to stretch and strengthen muscles, energize the body, soothe aches and pains, relieve stress and anxiety, and overcome the common discomforts from postpartum. No prior yoga experience needed.
CIRCLE:
What does a circle look like?
When in circle we all put our attention on one woman, and we will explore what her experience is like, essentially getting into deep relationship with what is most true and alive for her.
The experience of being seen for who we are is one of the most fullfilling experiences we can have. Being in circle teaches us exactly that­, how to see and celebrate each woman for the uniqueness she brings to the world.
We don’t give advice or try to fix anyone. Rather, we welcome and stay with what is so we can relax into the truth of our experience, feel supported, know we are not alone and allow the experience of this to change us.

Childcare is available in the lobby during class for $5 per child.


ABOUT LEAH:
Leah moved to Bend in 2015 from Austin, TX where she was an environmental scientist. After moving to Bend, Leah moved into exclusively teaching prenatal yoga and birth education. She completed her prenatal yoga training with Yo Mama in Boulder, CO and her birth education teacher training with Yoga Way to Birth in Portland, OR. Leah is the proud mother of two girls. Her desire to work exclusively with mothers came quickly once she found her power becoming a mother herself. In her free time, Leah enjoys running and mountain biking as well as traveling the world with her husband and daughters. Leah teaches pain management techniques, mindfulness, and partner support during pregnancy and birth for Bend Area Birth Information.

ABOUT SHANTI: 
Shanti is a mother of two soulful, wild, silly, energetic children. Before children, she counseled at-risk youth and teen moms. However, the experience of giving birth and becoming a mom radically changed her. From that transition, she discovered her deeper calling, working with mothers.

When she is not with her children she is facilitating retreats, circles and groups, teaching TRE, meditation and chakra healing classes, hosting ceremonies, and working one on one helping women heal.

Shanti is a change maker, an activist, a healer, a community builder, a storyteller, a mother, and a truth teller. She is a nationally certified counselor with a Masters in Counseling. She is a licensed teacher, a certified hypnotherapist, and a Reiki Master. She has trainings in TRE (trauma release exercises), PPD, Advanced Pranic Healing, and trauma.

Everything Shanti does is in service to women, especially mothers. She is deeply passionate about helping women heal so they can be the powerful, loving, soulful individual they long to be and know they are.


INVESTMENT:
This is priced as a regularly scheduled class, meaning a drop-in is $17 and there are options for 5, 10 and 20 class cards as well as monthly memberships. Class cards include ALL classes at Tula Movement Arts and can be shared among family members. Family memberships are also available.

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Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle
Apr
11
10:30 AM10:30

Postnatal Yoga/Women's Circle

This 4-week workshop combines yoga and a support circle to join women in this powerful and often overwhelming time in their lives. The class starts with 30 minutes of mindful movement and is followed by 45 minutes of gathering to discuss all that can come up as a mother. This circle is aimed at providing you with a community of women who can support each other and develop lasting bonds in this journey of motherhood. Each week of the series will cover a different topic.
YOGA:
Yoga is taught by Leah Skinner, RYT, and RPYT. The short class offers women the opportunity to establish an overall sense of well-being, and learn breathing techniques and postures to help support the body and mind during the transition to motherhood. There will be time for connection with other mothers, as well as deep rest and relaxation. Our classes are open to any woman after doctors release postpartum. The class is a nurturing environment designed to stretch and strengthen muscles, energize the body, soothe aches and pains, relieve stress and anxiety, and overcome the common discomforts from postpartum. No prior yoga experience needed.
CIRCLE:
What does a circle look like?
When in circle we all put our attention on one woman, and we will explore what her experience is like, essentially getting into deep relationship with what is most true and alive for her.
The experience of being seen for who we are is one of the most fullfilling experiences we can have. Being in circle teaches us exactly that­, how to see and celebrate each woman for the uniqueness she brings to the world.
We don’t give advice or try to fix anyone. Rather, we welcome and stay with what is so we can relax into the truth of our experience, feel supported, know we are not alone and allow the experience of this to change us.

Childcare is available in the lobby during class for $5 per child.


ABOUT LEAH:
Leah moved to Bend in 2015 from Austin, TX where she was an environmental scientist. After moving to Bend, Leah moved into exclusively teaching prenatal yoga and birth education. She completed her prenatal yoga training with Yo Mama in Boulder, CO and her birth education teacher training with Yoga Way to Birth in Portland, OR. Leah is the proud mother of two girls. Her desire to work exclusively with mothers came quickly once she found her power becoming a mother herself. In her free time, Leah enjoys running and mountain biking as well as traveling the world with her husband and daughters. Leah teaches pain management techniques, mindfulness, and partner support during pregnancy and birth for Bend Area Birth Information.

ABOUT SHANTI: 
Shanti is a mother of two soulful, wild, silly, energetic children. Before children, she counseled at-risk youth and teen moms. However, the experience of giving birth and becoming a mom radically changed her. From that transition, she discovered her deeper calling, working with mothers.

When she is not with her children she is facilitating retreats, circles and groups, teaching TRE, meditation and chakra healing classes, hosting ceremonies, and working one on one helping women heal.

Shanti is a change maker, an activist, a healer, a community builder, a storyteller, a mother, and a truth teller. She is a nationally certified counselor with a Masters in Counseling. She is a licensed teacher, a certified hypnotherapist, and a Reiki Master. She has trainings in TRE (trauma release exercises), PPD, Advanced Pranic Healing, and trauma.

Everything Shanti does is in service to women, especially mothers. She is deeply passionate about helping women heal so they can be the powerful, loving, soulful individual they long to be and know they are.


INVESTMENT:
This is priced as a regularly scheduled class, meaning a drop-in is $17 and there are options for 5, 10 and 20 class cards as well as monthly memberships. Class cards include ALL classes at Tula Movement Arts and can be shared among family members. Family memberships are also available.

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 Shine, A Woman's Group
Apr
3
to May 1

Shine, A Woman's Group

Shine is a 5 week process group (4/3-5/1) that is open to women in any stage of life. This will be a heart centered, heart opening group that encourages vulnerability, truth and openness. It is our intention that you will go away with a deeper connection to yourself, your feelings, and your truth. 

This group will benefit women who
- want to reclaim their creativity
- desire a deeper relationship and understanding with their self
- want to find their voice
- yearn for connection and community
- are ready to share with vulnerability
- are ready to walk her own path
- want to learn how to live in truth, passion and greatness
- thrive in a nurturing healing space
- are ready to make true and lasting change
- want to ignite the fire from within and shine

Each week we will mix open processing/discussions with an art activity and/or an experiential activity desiged to integrate the collective healing work we do. 

Some benefits to group work are:
- Groups provide a safety net
- Groups help you to relate to yourself and others in a heathier way
- Groups help you find your voice
- Groups help facilitate giving a receiving support
- Groups help you realize you are not alone
- Groups provide a sounding board
- Sharing and being seen in your vulnerability can be healing
- Groups can teach you about yourself
- Groups can help propel you forward in life

We will meet weekly for 5 weeks in Bend, address to be announced.

Shine will be facilitated by two Heart Centered Therapists who are passionate about and specialize in group work: 
Shanti O'Connor, MS, NCC, QHHT
www.rootedandopen.com
and
Sara Beth Feley, LMFT, YTT, CT, Cranial Sacral Therapist
www.sarabethfeley.com

Investment $140
Some insurance like Blue Cross and First Choice accepted, 
please ask because if you have insurance we can give you a form to send in for reimbursement.
A nonrefundable deposit of $50 or full payment holds your place.
Payment Plans available upon request

To secure your spot, send a check to
Rooted&Open
21212 Limestone Ave, 
Bend, OR 97703

Please inquire with questions to rootedandopen@gmail.com 

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Psychic and Medium Conversations and Practices
Mar
13
7:00 PM19:00

Psychic and Medium Conversations and Practices

Psychic and Medium - conversations and practices to expand our natural human abilities

This is an ongoing monthly gathering to help everyone become more psychic and more medium. This is for any woman at any stage of life, we are all gifted souls. 

We will talk about; 
- history of psychic and medium. 
- psychic safety now – issues and fears in our culture here in Central
Oregon, and around the world. 
- physics and physical effects of messages = reaction to interaction. 
- types of energetic messages that we can pick up including; empathic, 
intuitive, clairvoyance, clairaudience, clairsentient, automatic drawing, 
speaking through, channeling, telepathy, etc… 
- discuss energy patterns, what they mean and how we can build our
strongest and brightest energies. 
- aura colors, their meanings and how colors can heal us or take us into more of our natural talents in this life on earth. 
- meditations, astral travel, past lives, old souls and soulmates. 
- auric fields. 
- dream interpretation. 
- using psychic and medium to help with relationships, career choices, medical intuitive, and grief. 
- animal communication and pet psychic
- psychic and mediumship politics, views of economics, equality, 
integration, resources, food, and thinking about future generations. 


We will also set up all sorts of practices and demonstrations, including clarifying our first thoughts, understanding gut feelings, two-minute and longer readings, shared readings, photo readings, drawing, pendulum, cards and energies. Animal communication and pet psychic practice will help us to expand our intuitive confidence and healing nature. If you have other practice suggestions, I will try to work them into class. 


The goal is that we are very interactive with discussion and practice. 
Bring your phone pictures, videos, names of people or pets who have passed
– or that you want to learn more about to this class for us to work with. 
Let's connect spirit energy. 

My name is Lori Baker and I am a practicing psychic advisor with California Psychics. I also work on the side as an animal communicator and spirit
medium. Over five years ago, my blood pressure and pulse kept dropping and I ended up into the emergency room a few times. I started hearing voices in seeing huge aura colors. As a kid, who grew up next to a cemetery and was
used to ghost stories and scary movies and sadly, I retracted from
mediumship because of fear. But now I feel the friendship connection. Life has changed a lot for me, and I am so curious about our civilization here
on earth, and our loved ones, friends and guardian angels residing in heaven or spirit world. I study mediumship online and attend workshops and I practice every day. I try hard to get evidential and validating information that is helpful and healing. I also want to inspire hope. One of my goals is that that we can make our lives more maneuverable, healthier and more fun! I plan to keep learning, traveling and hopefully teaching others to connect and bring out their magic.

Monthly sessions, approximately two hours, $10 per/person

21212 Limestone Ave

Bend, 97703

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Vibration Healing
Mar
8
7:00 PM19:00

Vibration Healing

This is a monthly healing event open to men and women. It's a unique blend of exercises, meditation, breath work and energy work. 

The first hour will be dedicated to soothing, calming and resetting the nervous system through breath work and TRE (tension release exercises). No experience needed to learn these exercises. It's a safe and gentle exercise for all bodies. Click on this link to learn more about TRE (traumaprevention.com). If you already know TRE please join us, practicing in a group can bring out new powerful/healing expressions in your body. FYI TRE is a trademarked activity that only certified practitioners can teach.

Once our body is in a natural state of calm we will do a guided meditation. Crystals, oils, singing bowls, hands on energy healing using reiki and pranic, and shamanic drumming or hemi-sync music will be used during our time together to help guide and clear the energetic field. 

Time permitting, we will process and talk about what came up during our time together. 

$15

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Motherless Daughter Grief Group
Mar
7
6:30 PM18:30

Motherless Daughter Grief Group

First of all, we are so sorry that you’ve experienced a loss, whether it is a physical or emotional. We and so many women in similar situations all over the world grieve with you and want to remind you that no matter how you feel, you are not alone.

Experiencing the physical or emotional loss of a mother means that you are probably feeling more sadness than you ever thought possible. Losing a loved one can be very difficult. The emotional impact can take a long time to heal. Allowing yourself to grieve the loss can help you come to accept it over time.

As humans we need to share our stories so we can be seen in our grief in order to move through it. Healing in community, with individuals who understand your pain and are ready to sit with you in your pain can be an enormous gift. We also understand how terrifying this can be. Please know that we see the courage it takes to show up and say I am hurting.

This drop in group is facilitated by two trained group therapist, Sara and Shanti who have both personal and professional experience with grief. These women are capable of going deep and will hold a safe and loving space of nurturing love.

$10 drop in fee

email rootedandopen@gmail.com if you have any questions

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Mama Nurture Circle
Mar
5
to Apr 16

Mama Nurture Circle

Mama Nurture Circle is a weekly circle that meets for 6 weeks from 7-9pm. Each week we explore different topics from relationships to self-care and everything in between. Topics are chosen based on the what is most relevant to the group.
This is for mothers in any stage of parenting (from pregnant moms to parents of adults) who are looking to gain a deeper connection to their self as well as other women. This offering fosters deep connection, vulnerability, truth, and awareness. Saying yes to this circle is saying yes to yourself. For some it the first radical step towards self care that can create the much needed change one is looking for.
What does a circle look like?
When in circle we put our attention on one woman to explore what her experience is like, essentially getting into deep relationship with what is most true and alive for her.
The experience of being seen for who we are is one of the most fullfilling experiences we can have. Being in circle teaches us exactly that­, how to see and celebrate each woman for the uniqueness she brings to the world.
We don’t give advice or try to fix anyone. Rather, we welcome and stay with what is so we can relax into the truth of our experience, feel supported, know we are not alone and allow the experience of this to change us.

Circle Dates: March 5,12,19 and April 2, 9, 16

21212 Limestone Ave

Bend, 97703

Investment: $100 for 6 weeks.

-Babies welcome to join
-Space is limited to 10 women
-Payment plans available, please email rootedandopen@gmail.com
to set up
-Email rootedandopen@gmail.com to register

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Desert Lily Tribe: A Girls Empowerment Group
Mar
5
to Apr 15

Desert Lily Tribe: A Girls Empowerment Group

Empower. Connect. Create
Desert Lily is a 6 week group for young girls age 11-14 and her caregiver (mother, father, grandparent, aunt, etc..)
This girls empowerment group of deep connection for girls and caregivers. We believe that change is essential for both child and adult in order to gracefully navigate the changes a young girl is making. True empowerment happens when both the child and adult has accessed their truth and power from within. The deeper connection a young girl has to herself first and then her primary caregiver will allow her to step into her truth and power in authentic and lasting ways.
Each week we'll focus on a topic that helps facilitate connection and growth ranging from goals, relationships, emotions, brain/body connection, trust, and community. 
We'll spend the first portion of our time together each week talking, accessing our truth, co-creating art and growing as a whole group. For the second half of our time together we'll split up into two groups: a girls group and an adult group to do specific work in our peer group. We'll be using art, nature, movement and connection to explore our topics.
This group is facilitated by three women who together have over 30 years experience working with adolescents as teachers, guides, and therapists. Each woman brings a depth of knowledge and wisdom both personally and professionally.

Sara Beth is a child therapist and yoga teacher who specializes in trauma informed care in Bend. 
Lauren Van Coutren is a trained nature therapist and a elementary teacher. 
Shanti is a licensed teacher and counselor in Bend who works with women.

Group will be held mostly at The Child Center as well as in nature.
Investment: $300
Sliding Scale Offered
Payment plans available
Some insurance accepted
email rootedandopen@gmail.com to sign up or for more information

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Full Moon Medicine Bag Gathering
Mar
1
7:00 PM19:00

Full Moon Medicine Bag Gathering

Join Shanti from Rooted&Open and Kate from Be.At. Peace. Mala for this special night of celebrating and honoring the full moon with a community of women. *Young girls are welcome to join her mother.*
We will be circling in, honoring the energy of the moon, meditating, and creating meditation medicine bags.
We will discuss ways to enhance and strengthen your meditation practice using oils and crystals as well as various meditation techniques. 
Each woman will go home with a medicine bag, a special DoTerra oil blend and a crystal to help anchor and further develop the meditation practice at home.
When you RSVP to rootedandopen@gmail.com please comment below which emotion/feeling you are hoping to gain through your meditation practice so we can be prepared with the proper supplies. If you show up without requesting one of the blends below then you will get what is available.
Please choose one:
Joy
Peace
Spirit
Grounded
Focus

$25 cash or check at the event

21212 Limestone Ave, Bend

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Mama Nurture Circle
Feb
22
7:00 PM19:00

Mama Nurture Circle

Join the community of Rooted&open moms for a tribe building night through connection, truth, and vulnerability. This is a drop in circle that'll happen once a month. 
What does a circle look like?
When in circle we all put our attention on one woman, and we will explore what her experience is like, essentially getting into deep relationship with what is most true and alive for her.
The experience of being seen for who we are is one of the most fullfilling experiences we can have. Being in circle teaches us exactly that­, how to see and celebrate each woman for the uniqueness she brings to the world.
We don’t give advice or try to fix anyone. Rather, we welcome and stay with what is so we can relax into the truth of our experience, feel supported, know we are not alone and allow the experience of this to change us.
$10 cash or check made out to Rooted&Open

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Transitions: Mama Circle
Feb
21
11:00 AM11:00

Transitions: Mama Circle

It's tough being a mom. It's easier with community. Join us for free, non-judgmental support. Share your concerns, questions, joys, challenges, experiences, and practical tips. Connect, rejuvenate, and care for you.

Open to pregnant women and moms with littles.

All faiths, orientations, and parenting approaches are welcomed in this circle. This is an open minded, non-judgmental and accepting group.

Free

Baby Phases

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Miscarriage Grief Group
Feb
16
to Feb 17

Miscarriage Grief Group

First of all, we are so sorry that you’ve experienced a loss. We and so many women in similar situations all over the world grieve with you and want to remind you that no matter how you feel, you are not alone.
Experiencing a pregnancy loss means that you are probably feeling more sadness than you ever thought possible. Having a miscarriage can be very difficult. The emotional impact usually takes longer to heal than the physical recovery does. Allowing yourself to grieve the loss can help you come to accept it over time.
As moms we need to share our stories so we can be seen our grief in order to move through it. Healing in community, with individuals who understand your pain and are ready to sit with you in your pain can be an enormous gift. We also understand how terrifying this can be. Please know that we see the courage it takes to show up and say I am hurting. 
This drop in group is facilitated by two trained group therapist, Sara and Shanti who have both personal and professional experience with grief. These women are capable of going deep and will hold a safe and loving space of nurturing love.

21212 Limestone Ave., Bend

$10 drop in fee
email rootedandopen@gmail.com if you have any questions

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Psychic and Medium Conversations and Practices
Feb
12
7:00 PM19:00

Psychic and Medium Conversations and Practices

Psychic and Medium - conversations and practices to expand our natural human abilities

This is an ongoing monthly gathering to help everyone become more psychic and more medium. This is for any woman at any stage of life, we are all gifted souls. 

We will talk about; 
- history of psychic and medium. 
- psychic safety now – issues and fears in our culture here in Central
Oregon, and around the world. 
- physics and physical effects of messages = reaction to interaction. 
- types of energetic messages that we can pick up including; empathic, 
intuitive, clairvoyance, clairaudience, clairsentient, automatic drawing, 
speaking through, channeling, telepathy, etc… 
- discuss energy patterns, what they mean and how we can build our
strongest and brightest energies. 
- aura colors, their meanings and how colors can heal us or take us into more of our natural talents in this life on earth. 
- meditations, astral travel, past lives, old souls and soulmates. 
- auric fields. 
- dream interpretation. 
- using psychic and medium to help with relationships, career choices, medical intuitive, and grief. 
- animal communication and pet psychic
- psychic and mediumship politics, views of economics, equality, 
integration, resources, food, and thinking about future generations. 


We will also set up all sorts of practices and demonstrations, including clarifying our first thoughts, understanding gut feelings, two-minute and longer readings, shared readings, photo readings, drawing, pendulum, cards and energies. Animal communication and pet psychic practice will help us to expand our intuitive confidence and healing nature. If you have other practice suggestions, I will try to work them into class. 


The goal is that we are very interactive with discussion and practice. 
Bring your phone pictures, videos, names of people or pets who have passed
– or that you want to learn more about to this class for us to work with. 
Let's connect spirit energy. 

My name is Lori Baker and I am a practicing psychic advisor with California Psychics. I also work on the side as an animal communicator and spirit
medium. Over five years ago, my blood pressure and pulse kept dropping and I ended up into the emergency room a few times. I started hearing voices in seeing huge aura colors. As a kid, who grew up next to a cemetery and was
used to ghost stories and scary movies and sadly, I retracted from
mediumship because of fear. But now I feel the friendship connection. Life has changed a lot for me, and I am so curious about our civilization here
on earth, and our loved ones, friends and guardian angels residing in heaven or spirit world. I study mediumship online and attend workshops and I practice every day. I try hard to get evidential and validating information that is helpful and healing. I also want to inspire hope. One of my goals is that that we can make our lives more maneuverable, healthier and more fun! I plan to keep learning, traveling and hopefully teaching others to connect and bring out their magic.

Monthly sessions, approximately two hours, $10 per/person

21212 Limestone Ave

Bend, 97703

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Vibration Healing
Feb
8
7:00 PM19:00

Vibration Healing

This is a monthly healing event open to men and women. It's a unique blend of exercises, meditation, breath work and energy work. 

The first hour will be dedicated to soothing, calming and resetting the nervous system through TRE (tension release exercises). No experience needed to learn these exercises. It's a safe and gentle exercise for all bodies. Click on this link to learn more about TRE (traumaprevention.com). If you already know TRE please join us, practicing in a group can bring out new powerful/healing expressions in your body.

Once our body is in a natural state of calm we will do a guided meditation and breathwork. Crystals, oils, singing bowls, hands on energy healing using reiki, and shamanic drumming will be used during our time together to help guide and clear the energetic field. 

Time permitting, we will process and talk about what came up during our time together. 

$15

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