March 27: Launch Spring with a Yoga-Creative Writing Workshop

Launch Spring with a Yoga-Creative Writing Workshop!

It's been a long winter, but spring is almost here. Do you feel the season's awakening? Are your creative juices stirring?

Jump start your creativity while helping out Kundiman.

Join us for a unique and inspiring 2-hour workshop that combines yoga and creative writing. Open to all levels of yoga practitioners and writers. From beginners to those advanced in craft/practice, everyone will benefit from exercises that put you in touch with your body and your imagination. Led by poets Rona Luo, a certified yoga instructor, and Tamiko Beyer, an experienced creative writing instructor.

Proceeds will go to tuition and travel grants for emerging poets attending Kundiman's writing retreat.

Treat your body and mind to this exciting workshop, and help out a great cause!

Date: March 27, 2011
Time: 3:00-5:00pm
Place: 384 Broadway, 2nd Fl, Manhattan
Cost: Sliding scale, $25-50

Space is limited! Reserve your spot now with three simple steps:
2) Click on the "Network for Good" button. Type in your contribution ($25-50).  In the line "Designation (Optional)," please type in: "Yoga/Writing Workshop"
3) Email to let us know that you have paid your fee so we can send you more information about the workshop.

About the Instructors

Rona Luo explores the body through poetry, yoga and acupuncture.  She began studying Chinese Zen meditation at age six, and has served as apprentice to yoga master Maya Breuer.  Rona has taught hatha yoga to high school students, seniors and everyone in between.  Her classes emphasize breath-linked movement and creative visualization.  She works to make yoga accessible to people with disabilities, injuries and low-income.  She is a Kundiman Alumnae.

Tamiko Beyer is the author of bough breaks and the poetry editor of Drunken Boat. She is  a founding member of Agent 409: a queer writing collective in New York City that has performed across the east coast and led workshops at national conferences such as the U.S. Social Forum. A writing workshops leader for over a decade, Tamiko has worked with groups as varied as homeless LGBT youth, college undergraduates, rural and low-income women, and NY public school children. Her workshops create safe spaces that inspire participants to reach for the heights of their imaginations. She is a Kundiman Alumnae.

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