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Explore Embodiment

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Parton Counseling & Dharma Door Retreat present…

EXPLORE EMBODIMENT

A YOGA & SOMATIC AWARENESS WORKSHOP

J-TERM – Friday’s – 1:00 – 2:30pm – Mitchell Green

Dates: 1/10 – 1/17- 1/24 – 1/31

This 4-week workshop hosted by Dharma Door Retreat invites students to learn the language of the body from the inside out through the practices of yoga and somatic movement. In the context of self-discovery and openness, participants will learn to cultivate awareness and understanding of their relationships to themselves, others & their environment through direct somatic experiences. Students will learn principles practiced in Yoga, Somatic Awareness, & Mindfulness. Please join us for this fun series! Dress comfortably, and bring a yoga mat if you can. No prior experience is required.

Pre – Registration encouraged, drop-in’s welcome!

To pre-register: Contact Donna Stark at 802-443-5141

or email Jennifer at JKerns@Middlebury.edu.

MEET DHARMA DOOR: Dharma Door is a community retreat space in Underhill, VT owned by Abbi Jaffe. Abbi embodies authenticity, playfulness and dances contact improvisation as often as possible. She has been creating emotionally and physically safe spaces for exploration and expansion for over 10 years, and leads workshops around New England. Abbi will be joined by Amanda Franz. Amanda has been studying, teaching, and performing various somatic movement modalities for the past 10 years around United States and in Canada.

Ready to Learn about Technology? Your lynda.com tutor never sleeps!

Categories: Education & Training, learning, LIS Staff Interest, lynda.com, Post for MiddNotes, Post for MiddPoints, training, workshops

lynda_logo_72x72  Did you know that Middlebury College offers self-paced learning 24/7?  Our fabulous online learning resource, lynda.com, uses short videos to help you acquire new business and technology skills and is available to faculty, staff, and current students.

To find out more, sign up for “Using Online Learning at Middlebury” on Tuesday, October 15 at 4:15 pm.

For more details about learning opportunities visit go/lislearn.

How Can I Learn About Technology? Workshops and More!

Categories: Education & Training, learning, LIS Staff Interest, lynda.com, Middlebury Community Interest, Post for MiddNotes, Post for MiddPoints, workshops

With a host of new faces on campus and the start of the fall semester now underway, Library & Information Services (LIS) wants to spread the word that we provide a variety of learning opportunities for faculty, staff and students to acquire or improve their library and information technology skills.  Our open workshop offerings are just one of these ways; LIS staff offer workshops here on campus that are open to the College community.  To view the current schedule and sign up for topics of interest, visit go/lisworkshops.  Check back as we are still adding offerings!

We also offer self-paced learning through lynda.com  — a fabulous online learning resource that uses short videos to help you acquire new business and technology skills.  This is available to faculty, staff, and current students.

For more details about learning opportunities visit go/lislearn.