*The Energetic Body/Research w Sara Shelton Mann 10-12 !!!till oct 8!!!
The Energetic Body: Research/practice/mastery. Focus – chi cultivation as energy building/research - solo, partnering and improvisation - making maps through the territory /a conversation
Dancemission: 3316 24th St & Mission St. San Francisco
Single Class $15, Dance 5 class pass $60. email@example.com Pre-registration not required but RSVP'ing helps teachers to plan the class.
FUEL Offers The Solution For America’s Energy Future
See FUEL in theaters this weekend
Sundance-winning documentary offers solution to America’s addiction to foreign oil
This weekend, in theaters across the country, a rousing and revolutionary film will show real steps everyday Americans can take to end our catastrophic dependence on fossil fuels. It’s important that you - and everyone you know - see this movie. It’s called FUEL, and it’s in a theater near you.
Winner of the Best Documentary award at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival, FUEL is an amazing, in-depth, personal journey of oil use and abuse as it examines wide-ranging energy solutions other than oil, the faltering US auto and petroleum industries, and the latest stirrings of the American mindset toward alternative energy.
FUEL has been called “the unofficial sequel to An Inconvenient Truth.” But where Al Gore’s movie presented the dangers of the climate crisis, FUEL presents the solution. That’s why it’s also been called “the most hopeful movie of the year.” This is an important movie, not because it sets out to scare you; but because it inspires audiences to action.
In early screenings at Sundance and across the country, FUEL has left audiences energized and ready to make a difference; in their communities and in how they live their lives. Coming into theaters with the support of an unprecedented grassroots movement, FUEL has grown beyond the environmental community to a rallying point for people from all backgrounds and all corners of our country.
This is a movie that entertains, that changes minds, and that inspires action. Tell your friends. Take your family. Share the film with your coworkers, the people at your Church, or whoever you know that wants a safer, cleaner, more economically sound nation.
We all know the problems posed by climate change. We all know the risk that comes with relying on Middle Eastern oil to power our lives. See FUEL. Learn how things can be different; not years from now, but today.
Check for theaters near you and purchase tickets now at http://www.TheFuelFilm.com/Theaters.
BANDS (in order, from opener to closer, beginning at 9pm):
The Hoof & The Heel (Montreal)
Gregg Tillery (LA)
Marcus Very Ordinary (LA)
Blue Rabbit (SF Local!)
The Delusions of Grand Tour
A bit about the other touring bands:
Marcus Very Ordinary is a Los Angeles trio who's self-proclaimed style of "sad bastard music," manipulating the verge of macabre, caters to kindred spirits for whom soul-searching is a life-long journey. The band consists of, principal songwriter, Jon Lorentz who plays the guitar, piano and banjo; in addition to laying down the vocals. Barrick LaTona is on double bass and Veronica Scotto rounds out the group with the violin, adding rich textures from their training in jazz and classical music.
Gregg Tillery is a by-product of a mother who is a doctor of audiology and a father who is obsessed with James Brown. That union 27 years later would lead to music influenced by 60’s soul and 70’s funk wrapped in an electo-indie-acoustic package. A multi-instrumentalist, Gregg is self-taught in guitar, banjo, drums, piano and almost everything that makes noise.
The Hoof and The Heel weaves the lush vocals of Harris Shper and Christine Hale in a dreamy boy-girl duet. Farid Rener rounds out the trio with inspired drumbeats and keen musicality. Keyboards and guitar kick in, providing a strong foundation for heartfelt lyrics. Intelligent indie pop, The Hoof and The Heel bring both sentimental melodies and unpretentious enjoyment to their music.
To listen to their tracks and read more on each artist... http://delusionsofgrandtour.com/lineup
at The Yoga Loft
321 Divisadero St. @ Page
shoes off....evening in an unusual space... quiet music without amplification....see music outside of bar/club setting...convene with friends/healthy people...
The Energetic Body/Research w Sara Shelton Mann 11.15 – 12.45
Mondays at Studio Gracia San Francisco
Classes start September 7th and go till October 1st
a precise system of orienting the body internally and externally. Applied anatomy, physics and biomechanics are considered in the creation of spiraling and undulating movement material. Safe falling reflexes, fluid transitions and kinetic efficiency are some of the characteristics of this approach. With dedication to detail and research this training aims to protect, prepare and empower the precious instrument of the dancer
The Energetic Body
Focus – chi cultivation as energy building/research - solo, partnering and improvisation - making maps through the territory /a conversation
19 Heron Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
cross street: off 8th between Harrison and Folsom
BART civic center
Single Class $15, Rope $30, Dance 5 class pass $60, Rope 4 class pass $100. Special discount if you want to do it all!!! Please ask! firstname.lastname@example.org You don’t have to pre-register for classes though we would certainly appreciate your feedback if you want to or will be attending any of the classes. So just drop us a line ☺
Vertical Dances/Ariel-Rope w Kevin o'Connor 11.45 – 1.15
Wednesdays at Studio12 Berkeley
Classes start September 7th and go till October 1st
2525 8th St & Dwight
Vertical Dances – Rope/Ariel
This class will focus on both new technical moves and finding ways to keep the flow on the rope. We will develop sequences that can be linked together into phrases. This unique approach transports principles of the Axis Syllabus into ariel disciplines.
Single Class $15, Rope $30, Dance 5 class pass $60, Rope 4 class pass $100. Special discount if you want to do it all!!! Please email@example.com You don’t have to pre-register for classes though we would certainly appreciate your feedback if you want to or will be attending any of the classes. So just drop us a line ☺
silian rail @ El Rio w/ The Bronzed Chorus, Never Knows Best, By Sunlight. http://myspace.com/silianrailmusic
Sean Hayes @ Tour de Fat. Golden Gate Park in SF. Sean plays at 12:30pm. http://seanhayesmusic.com Event Info: http://www.newbelgium.com/tour-de-fat
Learning the Ropes: Yoga Loft Workshop
2 - 5 pm
Cost is $65
Rope work, or yoga korunta, is a very dynamic and playful part of the Iyengar tradition of yoga. Ropes help tremendously in building agility and strength of body and mind. In this workshop we will focus on learning how to incorporate the ropes in your yoga practice. By transforming our relationship with gravity, the ropes assist us in focusing on specific parts of the body, refining the dynamics within a pose, and going beyond our habitual limits. We will explore standing postures, forward bends, backbends, twists, and inversions. Be prepared to enjoy and be challenged. This workshop is open to all levels and teachers who may want to teach rope work.
Optional: bring cycling or weight lifting gloves.
To register call Betty at 415-861-3055 or email
No Refund with less than 48 hours cancellation
Jolie Holland & Michael Hurley at the Independent. http://jolieholland.com tix: http://theindependentsf.com
Michael Musika's next Seance in the Series... w/ Loyd Family Players + Quinn DeVeaux & the Blue Beat Review, at the Rickshaw Stop. http://myspace.com/michaelmusika tix: http://rickshawstop.com see/hear Quinn DeVeaux & Michael Musika on Chasing the Moon: http://chasingthemoon.pdcst.com
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