Weekly Update for 4/13/17

April 13, 2017

Greetings Community,

We now have 3 spaces up for rent, two offices in the basement and the Meditation Room. Please send people my way so we can get these spaces utilized in a way that is aligned with our purpose. Thanks for your support!

In This Issue:

  • Our flagship introduction to Integral CirclingTM, Aletheia, is coming up April 21st-23rd, tell your friends!
  • Next Wednesday Adam Brock of the GrowHaus will be giving a New Economy Seminar on Social Permaculture.
  • Sofia Diaz and others will be teaching a FREE Hanuman Pre-Festival Community Class here on Sunday, May 21st.

There’s a lot of great events so look at our online calendar for more info and any last minute changes.


In Community,
Jacki Saorsail
Membership Coordinator, Building Manager, etc.

Aletheia ~ Integral Relating Intensive

Friday April 21st through Sunday April 23rd

The purpose of Circling is twofold…

1. Circling uncovers “relational blind spots”—the places where we push away the depth of connection and intimacy that’s possible, whether we’re:

~ In relationship and want to deepen with our partner…
~ Single, and looking to attract someone to explore deeper connection with…
~ Looking for deeper connection with ANYONE—family, friends, prospective clients…

Through this fresh, direct-experience in-the-moment process, we have more Choice about how we respond…when we’re aware of our blind spots.

2. The experience of “Being Seen” for who we authentically are is one of the most rewarding experiences we can have as human beings…and Circling teaches us exactly that — how to see and celebrate each person for the unique flavor they bring to the world.

Find out more at integralcenter.org/aletheia

Social Permaculture for the Next Economy

Wednesday April 19th 6:30pm-8:00pm in the Community Lounge

Part of the New Economy Seminar Series, a partnership between the Impact Hub Academy and The Integral Center with bi-weekly seminars in alternating locations. See the full lineup at http://integralcenter.org/neweconomy

What if the solutions to a thriving, just society were right in front of us – and we just needed to change our perspective to see them? From the rainforest to the tundra, permaculture design is transforming landscapes worldwide into healthy ecosystems that benefit people and the planet equally. But permaculture has potent lessons outside the farm, as well, giving us ecologically-grounded insights into organizing our communities. In this interactive workshop, we’ll sketch the outlines of this ‘social permaculture’ and explore its potential for transforming our social movements, businesses, and entire economy.

Speaker Bio:

Adam Brock is a facilitator, entrepreneur and designer committed to advancing sustainability and social change in his hometown of Denver, Colorado. His work lies at the intersection of urban agriculture, sustainable business, and social change.
As co-founder and co-director of The GrowHaus, Adam helped transform an abandoned half-acre greenhouse into an award-winning hub for healthy food and urban agriculture. The GrowHaus, located in Colorado’s most polluted zip code, now engages thousands of low-income residents per year, grows 1500 heads of lettuce per week, and has an annual budget of $1 million.
A certified permaculture designer since 2008, Adam is active in both the local and national permaculture communities. He is one of the lead instructors for the Denver Permaculture Design Course and co-founded the Denver Permaculture Guild, one of the most active local guilds in the US. At the national scale, he served on the organizing committee of the inaugural North American Permaculture Convergence, as well as a contributor and guest editor of Permaculture Design Magazine (formerly Permaculture Activist).
Adam is a co-chair of Denver’s Sustainable Food Policy Council, a TEDxMileHigh speaker, and has been named one of “Colorado’s Top Thinkers” by the Denver Post. In addition to his solo facilitation and consulting work, Adam currently serves as Director of Social Enterprise at Joining Vision and Action, Denver’s premier consulting firm for social change organizations.

$15 Suggested Donation for the Impact Hub Academy 501(c)3

RSVP on Eventbrite


Hanuman Festival Community Class

Sunday May 21st 8:30am-10:30pm in the Studio

Join Sofia Diaz and other Integral Center teachers in this FREE two hour Hanuman Festival inspired community class.

Taking Our Practice Off the Mat: The Yoga of Human Relationships

Elational Asana practice brought into community, brought into the relational centers of our bodies. Walking tall, smiling big with the whole front of the body, empowering the feeling dimension of open nadis into all of our relating. Making peace with the world by liberating joy & trust in our humanity.

Sofia is a heath yoga master, and beautifully shares her body wisdom teachings, making them accessible for the modern western mind.

The transformational event of the year is around the corner! With fewer yoga festivals this summer, Hanuman Festival is where it’s at!

Join us at Hanuman Festival 2017 in Boulder, Colorado for four epic days of master classes, music, inspirational talks and much more!

Featuring Seane Corn, Rod Stryker, Annie Carpenter, Sianna Sherman, Saul David Raye, Janet Stone, Anand Mehrotra, Gina Caputo, Nicki Doane, Jaya & Ananda Lakshmi, Elijah Ray, and many more!

Hurry! Prices increase THIS SUNDAY 4/16 and classes are filling. Check out the Schedule

Join us at Colorado’s largest yoga event! Tickets Available Here


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