Follow the link for a video about Hunbatz Men and his workshops: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZNPgH42iiY
JULY 17 5:30 PM
MAYA EDUCATION PROGRAM
JULY 18 6-8 PM
9 AM-12 NOON
JULY 20 9 AM-NOON
$160 AT THE DOOR
For many years Hunbatz Men has been devoted to revive the wisdom and culture of the ancient Mayas. He is an authentic Maya, born in Wenkal, Yucatan, Mexico, and was raised to be a shaman, a holy man, since the age of one. He is a respected ceremonial leader as well as a Mayan Daykeeper-an authority on History, Chronology, Calendars and Cosmic Knowledge in Mayan Civilization. He authored Secrets of Mayan Science/Religion and other books putting the Mayan cosmology and philosophy in a twentieth century perspective. He has widely lectured throughout North and South America and Europe.
His lectures at HMHC will include "Origin of the Mayan People", "Social System of the Mayan People", "Sacred Geometry", "Sacred Ceremony and Crystal Skulls", and "Yoga and Mantras".
To register, call 575-336-7777 or email email@example.com.
FOR THOSE WHO MAY BE UNABLE TO ATTEND ALL SESSIONS
Friday Only - $40
Saturday AM - $40
Saturday PM -$40
Barbara will be welcoming a second rotation of nursing students from Guanajuato University, the oldest university on this continent (1732). She was invited to give a presentation on Holistic Nursing to their conference of 600 in 2009 and 2010 when the university asked to send students to her to teach them how to integrate holism into their practices. This was a scientific conference in Celaya, Mexico and Barbara spoke on healing touch, spirituality in health care and energy medicine. Her presentation was so different than the other scientific presentations, she concluded that they wanted the students exposed to holistic nursing. It was the
International Year of the Nurse, so she presented some Florence Nightingale coins
to the nurse leaders. This visit to the Lincoln County community is an opportunity to make a difference as a relationship is created with these students, their professors and their Dean of the School of Nursing. Barbara is teaching them so much more than Holistic Nursing and Healing Touch. She is also showing them how the Lincoln County community works together to bring health and wellness into our mountain village and the county. Just how open and welcoming this community can be is demonstrated as the students visit the many agencies that work together in cooperation for the benefit for our community and our visitors.
Let us continue to promote Ruidoso as a place to come for health and wellness, a place for healing.
Barbara will be welcoming them into NM this Sunday, February 17th, in Albuquerque. Vans have been rented for the 8 students and 4 faculty members. Barbara's friend, Jane Floyd, has graciously agreed to lodge them at the Village Lodge as she did for the previous visit at a very special rate, for she says that she “believes in what we are doing”. That has been the response from many in the community for which Barbara is most grateful. She sees this as yet another way of building community.
Everyone is invited to be a part of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day!
9:30AM Saturday, April 30th 2011 at High Mesa Healing Center
On the last Saturday of April each year an unprecedented and spectacularly moving global happening occurs in over 65 nations, in hundreds of cities worldwide.
Tens of thousands of people come together across racial, ethnic, religious, and geopolitical boundaries . . . for the sole purpose of advancing personal and global health & healing.
One World . . . One Breath . . .
Please support this event by participating and exploring how Tai Chi and Qigong can benefit you.
Questions? contact VILLAGE WELLNESS at 575.258.2258
Sheng Zhen Qi Gong
Sheng Zhen Qi Gong will begin Friday, April 1, 2011, and will be held each Friday and Monday thereafter from 9:30-10:30 a.m. during the month of April. It will be facilitated by Barbara Humble. Everyone is invited to attend. Donations are welcome.
Join Laughter Yoga Leaders Michele Caskey and Jan Butchofsky at HMHC beginning Thursday, March 10th, for Levity Infusion, an hour of laughing, breathing, clapping and moving where laughter is facilitated as an exercise and quickly becomes authentic, jubilant and fun through incorporation of eye contact and child like playfulness. Laughter Yoga is a means of learning to laugh for no reason without the use of comedy, humor or jokes. No actual yoga postures are involved, but the practice is yogic in that it brings balance to the body/mind/spirit as a unified whole. As Dr. Madan Kataria, the founder of the laughter yoga movement says, "When you laugh you change. When you change the whole world changes." Come see how adding more laughter to your life can lead to a greater feeling of harmony, connection and wellness. The Laughter Yoga Club will meet the second and fourth Thursdays of each month from 5:30-6:30 p.m. There is no charge, but donations are appreciated.
Michele Caskey is a Laughter Yoga Teacher, Expressive Arts Practitioner, Reiki Master and visual artist who has been studying and teaching the link between creative expression and energy healing for over 10 years. Her personal laughter practice has expanded her ability to process and release limiting thoughts and beliefs empowering her work as an artist and healer. Learn more from Michelle at http://www.youvegottobekidding.net/
Jan Butchofsky is a Laughter Yoga Leader, public speaker and photographer specializing in travel and culture. She has visited over 80 countries, pursuing her deepening interest in woman's spiritual practices and rituals. She speaks international sign language--a smile and laughter--as she creates images that get to the heart of the matter. To learn more about Jan go to http://janbutchofsky.com/.
Sheng Zhen Qi Gong will begin Monday, January 3, 2011, and each Monday thereafter from 9:30-10:30 a.m. It will be facilitated by Barbara Mader. Donations are welcome.
Tai Chi w/ Jim
Saturday mornings - 8:30-9:30am, Wednesday evenings - 5:30-6:30pm, begins Saturday, January 8th,10 wks/20 classes - $150.00, great for all levels beginners to advanced. Wear comfortable clothing. Call Village Wellness @ 258-2258 to pre-register.
Pilates Ball & Mat Class w/ Vanessa
Tues & Thurs mornings 9:00-10:15am,begins Tuesday, Jan. 11th, 8 wks/16 classes - $144.00,any partial class payments - $10./class Drop-ins - $12./class. Prior Pilates experience is highly recommended. Tuesday is Pilates ball format and requires bringing a large exercise ball. Thursday is Pilates mat format. Bring your mat for both. Call Village Wellness @ 258-2258 to pre-register.
The December Lodge is Sunday, the 12th. Gather at High Mesa Healing Center at 9:00 a.m. to prepare the sacred area and start the fire. This is such a special time of year and it will be good to connect with everyone!
Please remember to bring a tobacco offering for the water pourer, fire keeper(s), and singer. There will be a pot-luck meal following the lodge. It is cooler this time of year so it is a good idea to bring a robe to wear while we fill the Pipe. Be sure you speak with any new women about honoring their moon time. We welcome women on their cycle at the Ceremony but they won’t be able to participate in the Lodge.
If anyone knows any new folks who would like to attend please pass on the information.