We're excited to host the following weekly activities - utilizing the skills and talents for our community members. You're welcome to join the classes at any time! Please note class cancellations next to the class name and click HERE for questions/answers if you want to teach a class!
Tuesday, Instruction/9:30-10:00am, Line Dancing/10:00-11:00am
For more information contact Hazel Webb, 503-695-5954.
A schedule for all Yoga classes taught in the Corbett area can be found at corbettyoga.com
For more information contact Emily Alderaen, 503-695-2522. This is an active Vinyasa class open to all levels. We’ll work on improving focus, strength, energy, balance, and flexibility.
For more information contact Anne Phillipsborn at email@example.com. Taught by certified Iyengar Instructor, Anne Phillipsborn. Iyengar Yoga uses physical alignment to encourage self-awareness in the body.
For more information contact Lisa Van-Nice Anderson, 503-780-3894. Nia is an advanced form of fusion fitness, blending martial arts, healing arts, dance, and spiritual self-healing to create a high-powered, synergistic workout that no isolated exercise technique can match. Bring a water bottle and a yoga mat. Wear comfortable, light clothing and bare feet. Drop-in = $8, 4 sessions = $29 and 8 sessions = $52.
Last Thursday, 10:00—12:00pm
For more information contact Bev Law, 503-695-3552 or Polly Malby, 503-313-4820. The Ladies' Tea group has been meeting for seven years! Tea gathering topics fall into the following categories: professional and financial; hands-on (cooking, quilting); personal reflection (keeping a journal, goal setting); activities (rafting, improv); armchair travel; family and community; field trips; and health. Click here → to learn more about the topics we've covered and check the Calendar for upcoming events →
Meditation in Movement
Sunday - next class to be announced!
For more information contact Sonia Arion, 503-750-1236. The intention of this time is to provide our community with a safe place to move our bodies in space. Participants are asked to invite in a sense of exploration, inner awareness and play - a departure from the static way we usually inhabit our bodies. Each session will start with a short silent meditation, followed by music and end with a brief gratitude circle.