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fre. 05. aug.


Tamōx Talōm Food Forest at Padre Park

Singing Bowl and Movement Class

Dance, move, and relax the day away at a beautiful outdoor venue. Suitable for neurodiverse teens and adults of all levels of support.

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Singing Bowl and Movement Class

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05. aug. 2022 18.00 – 20.00 GMT-5

Tamōx Talōm Food Forest at Padre Park, 6515 Padre Dr, San Antonio, TX 78214, USA

About this event

Tibetan Singing Bowls are considered the oldest and most natural form of healing available to humanity. The vibrations produced by these bowls have a calming effect on the nervous system and can penetrate deeply into the bones of our bodies. The vibrations have the power to heal us in ways without direct touch. This is ideal for neurodiverse individuals with powerful sensory issues. The Tibetan Bowls can reduce stress and release endorphins through deep relaxation. They are said to free emotional traumas that have been trapped in the subconscious, activate self-healing mechanisms within the body, aid relaxation, promote deeper sleep, relieve headaches, insomnia, digestive disorders, joint or muscle aches, and menstrual disorders, and emotional imbalances. This is an entertainment event and is not intended to be a cure. Please see a physician if you experience any of the previous symptoms.

Dance is an excellent tool for expressing an individual's personality and bringing a holistic approach to well-being since it combines the individual's physical, mental, and emotional elements. This makes dance and movement an excellent activity for people with an Intellectual or Developmental disability to experience a higher quality of life.

Dance/Movement classes for people with I/DD provide a safe space for participants to experience and express their emotions. Even those with limited mobility can express themselves through their energy levels and abilities. Through dance and movement, participants often understand that what is physically happening in their bodies is associated with certain thoughts or experiences, and the movement often helps reveal these connections.

Because dance takes place in a class setting with others and involves partner work, it is an excellent tool for fostering a connection between the dancers. When dancers connect through movement, they can move past the limitations of verbal communication since movement can often express what words cannot. An experience such as this will make the participant feel understood and known on a deeper level, and that kind of connection is vital for individuals with I/DD.

This event will take place outdoors at golden hour at Tamōx Talōm Food Forest at Padre Park. We look forward to seeing you there for this lovely and relaxing event. The food forest site is located in Padre County Park along the Mission Reach section of the San Antonio River Walk.

A yoga mat or chair is recommended for those sensitivities to sitting on the grass.

Siblings 10 years old and above are welcome to this event with ticket purchase.

Advisory Board member Stephanie Eiland is the facilitator for this event.





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    Class facilitator - Stephanie Eiland

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