A cause for good health

By From page B16 | May 11, 2012

The public is invited to learn about community classes for healing and movement arts education at the Cozmic Café, 594 Main St. in Placerville, on Saturday, May 12 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. for a community arts celebration — “Cause for the Coz.”

The admission to this community arts celebration is free and will offer a chance to discover, taste, experience, share and support healing and movement arts classes.

Local holistic therapists and educators will be available and visitors will have the opportunity to experience some transformational bodywork and whole body fitness for the body, mind and spirit.

Registration materials for Ashiatsu massage, iridology, reiki, polarity, stress and pain release, qi gong, yoga, Nia technique and zenergy core conditioning will be at the event.

Many of the service providers and sponsors are donating their time and are also donating full hour sessions for transformational healing and bodywork and offering information about health, fitness, clothing, local organic wine and natural body and skin care products.

All donations collected during the event will go towards refinishing the Cozmic dance floor, to provide a smooth and safe environment for classes and workshops such as Nia, qi gong, yoga, martial arts and dance arts.

Sponsors are the Cozmic Café, Empress, Violets Are Blue, Deana Christofferson with Juice Plus, Mama Earth Farm, Chateau Davell Winery, Shepard Family Chiropractic, Gold Step Studio Productions and the community’s many talented holistic therapists and educators donating their services for the Coz.

For more information call 530-642-8481.


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