Current Classes
WellSprings Community Room

FeinForm Yoga
Mondays/Thursdays 6:00PM-7:30PM
CURRENTLY ON BREAK UNTIL JUNE 6

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MASKS REQUIRED FOR THIS CLASS

Weekly yoga classes every Monday and Thursday, in the Jackson Wellsprings Community Room from

6:00-7:30 PM with Reanna Feinberg.

 

These classes are designed with variations to accommodate all levels, from beginners to advanced practitioners.

 

Each class is entirely unique and inspired by the potent expressions of nature, and the present tides of the worlds within and around us. Utilizing creative, detailed, anatomy-based alignment & somatic movements, these Anusara-Inspired yoga classes explore deep skillful action in a fun, flowing and meditative yoga practice. It's a community class open to all.

With this new chapter in the evolving shifts of adaptability and resilience connected with the COVID-19 pandemic, there will also be some new adjustments and protocols required to hold classes indoors safely.

 

~Masks are required for all participants, fully covering the nose and mouth for the entirety of class.

~Please bring your own yoga mats and props.

~Please wash and/or sanitize your hands upon entering the Community Room.

~Do not attend live classes if there's even a hint of not feeling well. Particularly if you have fever, coughing, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell; or, if you've been exposed to someone diagnosed with Covid-19.

~Space will be limited and will be given on a first come first serve basis. Please be aware of maintaining safe distancing between each other. I will place tape indicating 6' spacing between yoga mats to make it easy to set up.

For More Information please contact the instructor directly: reannafeinberg@hotmail.com

Meditation Class- Community Room

Wednesdays with Clark Zimmerman 6:00PM-7:15PM

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Instructor Bio: 

Clark Zimmerman

LAc, MAcOM

Clark believes that good health is more than just avoiding illness. To him healthy living means to feel a sense of vitality, happiness and inner peace. He has been a student of meditation and taoist philosophy for over 20 years, and brings these ideas of balance to his clinical practice. Clark has been involved in health care since 1998. He has treated thousands of patients with physical ailments such as pain, headaches and digestive issues, but also helps people integrate stress and trauma.

Clark was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. His family is greatly involved in the practice of western medicine and this influenced Clark to develop a curiosity about health care from an early age. At 12 years old, he began studying martial arts which introduced him to the concepts of meditation and eastern philosophy. After graduating from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio with a BA in English literature, and a minor in zoology, Clark moved to Portland, Oregon and began working in a health food store. This heightened his interest in healthy living and impressed upon him the importance of diet in the treatment and prevention of disease.

 

A clown at heart, Clark has been juggling since his dad taught him at age 6. He also has been involved in performing arts since his youth, acting in many plays. While living in Portland he worked part time as a free-lance clown and entertainer, using juggling, balloon artwork and music to spread joy and silliness to thousands of people. Clark believes that joy and laughter are truly medicinal and he brings these qualities into his healing practice.

 

Clark graduated from the Oregon School of Massage in 1998, and then from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in 2004, which is consistently considered to be among the top Chinese medical schools in the nation. He then married his grad school sweetheart and set out for Asia for a 6 month honeymoon and period of advanced study. He and his wife Ann moved to Talent, Oregon in 2005 and started Middleway Medicine. He is very content living in a smaller community where people work together to make the world a more enjoyable and peaceful place.

 

Though he studies and practices Chinese medicine, he still has a strong respect for western medicine, and believes that the best healthcare involves using the best that eastern and western medicine have to offer. He is a licensed acupuncturist and is a nationally certified herbalist, as well as a qi gong instructor and a teacher in the SOU olli program. He specializes in treating headaches and digestive disorders, as well as all types of pain. He enjoys juggling, playing music, meditation, yoga, gardening and an endless number of outdoor activities.

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