~From The Gift, by Alix Moore
Join me as I use guided meditation to lead you into a deeply creative space. In each session, I help you ground and connect to your inner creative genius. Then I will be silent as you use the bulk of the hour to write, draw, or simply sit in healing silence. At the end of the session, I will show you how to close the creative space and set clear intentions for your creativity in the days and weeks ahead.
The first monthly tele-meditation will be held Friday night, 3/7/2014, at 8 pm. This is a free class for the members of my mailing list. Not on my mailing list? Time to join!
Check this space for meditation workshops in the greater D.C. area, or invite Alix to meditate with your group.
Peace and Coffee–Join me on Saturday, February 22nd at 4 pm at Dublin Roasters in Frederick for an hour of great creative meditation. All are welcome!
Contact Alix at 301-717-8500 0r email@example.com
For one hour on Sunday afternoons, it’s my job to hold the space for your creativity, and to lead you into that space through a simple meditation. It’s your job to show up, and be open.
Who? Writers, artists, musicians, and friends. Young adults welcome.
Where? Novel Books, 23330 Frederick Road, Clarksburg, MD, (301) 972-3060
When? Sundays from 1:30 – 2:30
In this powerful book, part memoir and part how-to, master teacher Alix Moore shares with us how she learned to teach the unteachables. We follow her journey as she struggles with challenging animal and human students, surrenders ego, finds patience, and ultimately succeeds because of her unshakable conviction that all her students can learn.
The Gift: A Must-Read for Every Teacher
“Truly a gift to all those who consider the space between teaching and learning as sacred, The Gift is a delight to read, buoying the spirit and delighting the soul. I want all my students to read this beautifully written book.”
–Dr. Diane Lee, Ph.D., Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Education, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Join me at Novel Books at 7 pm on Thursday, February 27th, 2014. I’ll be sharing some effective techniques for helping all students to learn–even those who can’t sit still, can’t remember, or experience chronic struggles to learn.
Did you know? I offer seminars and workshops for teachers, writers, and the general public.