Archive for September, 2012
We found this beautiful quote from one of our allies, Adaku Utah, and we just had to share it! Enjoy!
“Community is a sustainable, accountable, anti-oppressive, non-violent, mutually supportive, safe and ever-evolving collective of earth, minds, bodies, energies and spirits grounded in love, compassion, openness, shared understanding, trust, responsible communication and commitment to shared intentional time and space to transform ourselves, the community and the world.”
To read more and check out SouLar Bliss, go to: http://www.soularbliss.com/2011/12/13/recipes-for-living-in-intentional-community/
♥ WOOHOO!! ♥ Sage is now offering community acupuncture on SATURDAYS from 2-6 p.m.!! Community acupuncture is a wonderful way to sustainably treat and prevent Fall illness, stress, pain, and a host of internal conditions. Make your appointment today! Email email@example.com
♥ Sage supports the teachers and the CTU!! From now until October 15th, CPS teachers and striking members of the CTU will get 20% off their first appointment. Please pass this on to any CPS teachers and striking CTU members who could use a little bodywork/massage or acupuncture for wellness promotion and stress reduction!!! ♥
Hi! We have postponed our ear seed training — we will reschedule it for another time when more folks are able to come!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Sage’s Tanuja Jagernauth facilitated Neighborhood Writing Alliance‘s kick-off Body Wisdom Series workshop. Read the blog post about the event to explore what Body Wisdom means to you AND check out NWA’s entire Body Wisdom workshop series!!
It has been a MOMENTOUS first year and a half, and now it is time to CELEBRATE!!!
Bring your family, friends, and kids and celebrate one and a half years of Sage Community Health Collective!!
From 7:30-9:30 we will be celebrating with face painting, pumpkin carving, and games for the young and young at heart!
Adults! Sip on our Signature Sage Cocktail as you enjoy live music and refreshments around the warm glow of a backyard bonfire.
free parking on Wrightwood or you can pay to park on Avers or HamlinWhen: 7:30-midnight. Come between 7:30 and 9:30 for the family friendly activities!Sliding Scale Suggested Donation: $10-20, no one turned away!
RSVP today at sagecommunityhealth@gmail.
You may make a donation here:
We can’t wait to celebrate with you!!!