Thursday, October 17, 2013

Schwartz Living Market hosts 4th River Free Skool and more on Saturday, October 19, 2013!

Schwartz Living Market hosts 4th River Free Skool10-19-2013 Noon to 8:00PM! Regular market hours are Tuesday through Saturday 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Come one, come all! Saturday, October 19, 2013, Schwartz Living Market at 1317 East Carson Street in Pittsburgh’s Historic South Side hosts 4th River Free Skool! The market will be open with The Enchanted Garden Juice Bar from 11 AM to at least 5 PM as well and other vendors including Third Day Organics, Owlet Organics, Dame Ashley's Attichandmade and vintage jewelry by Gloria, Yellow Corn Native American Recovery, Harry Nez's Fine Native American Art, Alanna and Odin's Four Winds Metaphysical/Healing, Designs by Lauren DeKleva, and more! 

Free parking behind the market across Bingham for market customers. Then walk around the block and come on in the front door on East Carson Street!

-12:00-12:20--What is the Living Building Challenge? with Elisa Beck, Ambassador, Living Building Challenge
--1:00-1:20--What is Optometric Vision Therapy? with Elisa Beck, Developmental Optometrist, Somatic Movement Educator

Clothing Hack! .
A few simple DIY demos will be added to clothing swap during this hour (clothing swap starts at 12). Learn how to cut a T-shirt into a racer-back tank, turn old jeans into a rad utility belt and more. Try it out on something you find at the swap! Most of the demos will be no-sew but there will be a sewing machine available for use. Bring safety pins, decorative items, thread, and other materials you think might be useful.
Herbal Preparations Demo with Michelle Czolba.
Come and learn how to make herbal tinctures using the simpler's method. It is quick, easy and oftentimes dirty. Bring a 4 ounce jar if you'd like to make your own during class. We will tincture whatever is ready to be put up.
DIY Bikes with D'Aubin
Speakin' on the Vegan with Judah. KMT
9-year-old Judah will talk about living a vegan lifestyle.
Yoga with Derek Martin - BRING YOUR YOGA MAT ;)
Yoga is the language of breath and movement.  In a basic power vinyasa class, students learn the Ujjayi breathing technique and how to use it in the varying parts of a yoga practice.  A power practice can be challenging and taking rest when your body calls for it is of utmost importance.  In breath, movement, and rest we all participate in the process of self-discovery; getting to know our limits and furthering them at our own comfort level with full awareness of mind, body and breath. 
Poi Spinning 101 with Faith Hersey. 
Learn the basics of the Maori art of spinning balls on strings and how to make your own practice poi. Two practice poi will be available.
Artistic License 101 with James Bristol. 
Introduction to creative thinking. Explore processes to access inner creativity. Practice techniques for allowing flow of ideas. Apply ideas though various mediums such as graphite, charcoal, pastel, colored pencil and acrylic paint.
Kids' Story Writing with Cecil Merlin.
Astrology with Alex Baker.
Understanding the Cause of Health with Amanda Maloney. 
Natural Hygiene is literally the science of health. It is about identifying the cause or causes of a disease, as opposed to simply diagnosing and attempting (futilely) to cover up symptoms. By addressing the causes, it is therefore the next logical step to stop doing what is causing the problems, whether it be rooted emotionally, physically, spiritually, or mentally. A common factor in many people's dis-ease is diet, a close second being exercise, and a third certainly being sleep/meditation.  There are many factors that create (or destroy) health, and they all need to be addressed. Sunshine, fresh air, connection with others and relationships, love of nature, are all important examples.
Improvisational Dance with Anna Thompson and Taylor Knight 
A workshop to guide and connect with movers and 'non-movers' alike through a workshop exploring imagery and musically driven creation. This class is geared toward entering awareness through a meditative and internal place to expand and express through simple, clear, and honest movement. **spontaneous creation
Fermentation 101 with Isaac Hill.
Pittsburgh for Trayvon Martin with Tamisha Evonne.
Gong Demo with Mike Tamburo.
Squatting with Daniel Chilltop

In addition to everything listed above, Elisa Beck, Developmental Optometrist, will be offering a VisionGym experience. $12.00/adult and $7.00/child age 12 and under from 2:00 to 3:00 PM. Register on the spot or pre-register by calling Dr. Elisa Beck at 412-491-0303.

Welcome Enchanted Garden Juice Bar to Schwartz Living Market!

A busy day at Schwartz Living Market!

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