SVT Health & Wellness offers events and classes in Homer, Seldovia and Anchor Point. Whether it’s a Thriving Thursdays class, a Brown Bag Lunch talk or other event, you’re sure to learn something new to improve your health and wellbeing.

Unless otherwise noted, all classes are free (donations accepted) and located in the Wellness Conference Room at the SVT Health & Wellness location at 880 East End Road in Homer. As always, all people are welcome.

Call 226-2228 for more information on any of these events.

 

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Make Your Own Fermented Food:

Sauerkraut and Beet Kvaas with Katherine Ulmer

Thursday, February 23rd

6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

 

Learn how to make Beet Kvaas, an amazing and revitalizing nutrient and raw fermented sauerkraut. It’s packed with gut supportive probiotics. Come ready to be involved chopping and mixing, while making batches of kraut and beet kvaas. Great hands-on experience so you will be able to make this for yourself at home.

 

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Lunchtime Qigong with Ken Domela

Tuesdays & Thursdays

12:15-12:45 p.m.
Rejuvenate yourself during your lunch hour with a session of Qigong. Qigong (chi-gong) is a form of martial healing arts that builds and cultivates life force energy. It is a gentle approach used to balance qi (chi) by aligning breath, movement and awareness. Practicing Qigong can raise one’s energy and vitality while providing a gentle form of exercise that induces a relaxed state of well-being which can be done either sitting or standing. Ken will modify the movements for individual participant needs.

Sessions will take place in the Wellness Conference Room at SVT Health & Wellness. $5 for drop in participants, $32 for a pre-purchased month. Call Ken at Shuhari Studio: 907-299-4972 to sign up. ken@shuharistudio.com

 

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After Work Tai Chi with Ken Domela and Dean Sundmark

Mondays & Wednesdays

5:30 – 6:30 p.m.

Enjoy a restorative session of Tai Chi after a long day.  Tai Chi is a form or martial art that is used for training as well as its health benefits.  Considered a “soft” martial art, the practice focuses on slow combinations of movement that heighten awareness rather than resistance and is known for promoting relaxation, structural balance and maintaining emotional well-being and focus.

Sessions will take place in the Wellness Conference Room at SVT Health & Wellness.  $10 for drop in participants, $50 for a pre-purchased month. Call Ken at Shuhari Studio: 907-299-4972 to sign up.  ken@shuharistudio.com

 

Monthly Thriving Thursdays February 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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