The Power of the Unconscious Mind - In Intuition, Healing, and Self-Transformation.
4-hour workshop to discover more of the vast capacities within.
Your Brain is a super -computer, an access point to vast fields of information, and a vehicle for visionary and expanded parts of you to come through to consciousness. In this hands-on event of 1-part talking and 2-parts personal exploration, we...
As students and as teachers alike we are always looking for ways to grow. In a typical yoga class setting there are many wonderful things to focus on and there is never enough time do it all. As teachers, we are hungry to give a little more, so we have carved out the time and made a sacred space for deep and powerful practice. This workshop will explore some of the most requested...
Everybody Upside Down!
An inversion practice literally and metaphorically turns the world and your perceptions upside
down. But how do we begin to move towards these challenging asanas and maybe even make
them part of your regular practice.
This 4-week series will provide a safe environment that will support you in being both
mentally and physically prepared to move toward inversions. Through...
A Concert to Welcome Love & Spring!
Gallimaufry performs music about Springtime, May, and the cycles of the seasons; incorporating medieval, Renaissance, Italian, & French composers such as Orlando di Lasso, Francesco Landini, Clement Jannequin as well as some traditional English music.
25 chorus members alongside three instrumentalists - Shira Kammen, Michelle Levy, and percussionist Peter...
April 23 (7p) April 24-25 (8p) April 26 (2p) April 30 (7p) May 1-2 (8p) May 3 (2p) May 7 (7p) May 8-9 (8p) May 10 (2p) May 14 (7p) May 15-16 (8p) May 17 (2p)
Aluminous presents "H2O" by Jane Martin, directed by Michael French
April 23- May 17 at The Flight Deck in Oakland (1540 Broadway, Oakland, CA)
Previews: April 23 - April 27
Performances: May 1 - May 17
Thurs @ 7pm
Fri & Sat @ 8pm
Bees play an incredibly important role in our lives—remember their role in the X-Files movie? Though this interactive, family-friendly exhibit focuses more on bees’ role in human agriculture and the health of our global ecosystem and less on their starring role with Mulder and Scully, it’s nonetheless a fascinating look at pollination, beekeeping, citizen science projects, and the...
Twenty-three works from San Francisco photographer Marion Gray chronicle the artist’s coverage of other famous artists—such as The Harrisons, Sara Shelton Mann, Barbara Hammer, Joan Jonas, Ann Hamilton, and Guillermo Gómez-Peña—in a variety of disciplines between the 1970s and present day.
Two photographers, Lisa K. Blatt and Christina Seely, examine the impact of human evolution through time and light in the center’s first show of 2015. Lisa K. Blatt will give a special talk during the David Brower Center’s Earth Day celebrations on April 18.
Close to fifty photographs make up this exhibition of Ze’ev (Wilhelm) Aleksandrowicz’s work. Photographed in the 1930s, the collection reveals glimpses into the everyday life for Polish Jews residing in two distinct regions—Poland and the British Mandate—at a time in history prior to the Founding of the State of Israel in 1948.