Tag: Mountain Healing Arts Association

Big Bear THRIVES! Gathering

Big Bear Lake, CA, March 23, 2013 – The next Big Bear THRIVES! gathering will be on Sunday, March 24th from 3:00 – 5:30 pm at the Big Bear Discovery Center.  “Urban farmer” Fran Wyman will give a presentation on Starting Indoors for a Great Outdoor Vegetable Garden.  Fran is well known as the co-founder of the Community Garden, and she’s an enthusiastic speaker with a phenomenal amount of information on a variety of ways to grow your own food. Big Bear THRIVES! is a movement to live in a socially conscious and environmentally sustainable way. Attendees at its free monthly gatherings are welcome to bring business cards and literature in alignment with this theme, and to participate in a light, healthy potluck. And starting this month, a raffle of items provided by Mountain Healing Arts Association members. The raffle is intended to support their new website. Big Bear THRIVES! is sponsored by the Mountain Healing Arts Association. For further information, contact Gina Weiss at (909)...

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Big Bear THRIVES! with Tai Chi

Big Bear Lake, CA, January 25, 2013 – Big Bear THRIVES! is a movement to live in our community in a socially conscious and environmentally sustainable way. Attendees at its free monthly gatherings are welcome to bring business cards and literature in alignment with this theme, and to participate in a light, healthy potluck. The next Big Bear THRIVES! gathering is this Sunday, January 27th from 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm at the Big Bear Discovery Center, where Sensei Anthony von Sager will speak on the health benefits of Tai Chi. Mr. von Sager overcame the physical limitations of cerebral palsy thanks in part to Tai Chi, and became a Black Belt Champion and Teacher.  He has devoted his life to helping people of all ages and physical conditions — injured and handicapped athletes — using a combination of the healing arts Chi Gong and Tai Chi, rehabilitation, and physical therapy. Big Bear THRIVES! is sponsored by the Mountain Healing Arts Association.  For more information call (909)...

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