GENTLE EVENING YOGA
Joy of Movement, Chatham Mills, Pittsboro
Drop ins welcome!
Current Session: March 6 – April 24
These gentle classes support our transition into a peaceful evening and nourish our connection of mind body and spirit. Together we’ll stretch, balance, build strength, and relax in a beautiful setting. Kim facilitates a playful and mindful exploration of movement and breath, sharing stress-relieving tools that can be integrated into everyday life.
Gentle Evening Yoga 8-week session: $96* (plus $4 online fee)
Gentle Evening Yoga drop-in: first time student: $10*; returning student: $14* (plus $1 online fee)
*Also possible to pay in person in class via cash or check
WILD SUMMER FORAGING ADVENTURES!
Saturdays, June 1st, 15th, & 29th
Earlybird special through May 12!
Spend one, two, or all three Saturday mornings celebrating our wild edible and medicinal plants (and trees!) of summer. Learn how to incorporate the healing and nourishment of abundant local flora into your everyday life through teas, sodas, tinctures, delicious food, and more! In this popular hands-on field study, we’ll cover identification, ethical gathering, preparation, and usage of foraged food and plant medicine.
Each class meets in a different Chatham County location. Space is limited so register early! Payment plans and partial scholarships available. Earlybird discount through May 12th covers all three classes for $99; after that date it’s $126 for the whole series (still a savings). Drop in for the day as space allows for $45. Handouts, recipes, and supplies included! Ages 14 years old and up are welcome. Participants need to be able to walk on uneven surfaces and inclines over several miles and we will meet outside in a wide range of weather. In case severe weather causes a reschedule, save July 6th for our make up date.
All 3 Summer Adventures EARLYBIRD through May 12th: $99
All 3 Summer Adventures after May 12th: $126
Summer Adventure DROP-IN FOR ONE DAY: $45
SUMMER SOLSTICE TREE RAMBLE BY DONATION
Sunday, June 23rd, 9am-noon
Town Lake Park, Pittsboro
Get to know our edible and medicinal trees as we celebrate the transition from spring to summer, rambling in wonder through the beautiful woods and fields of Chatham county. In a fun, reverent, and accessible way, we’ll explore tree identification, safe and sustainable harvesting, as well as food and medicine preparations and uses. Get inspired to add to your home apothecary and pantry as we sample some of Planty Kim’s tree creations like sodas, tinctures, teas, and delicious wild edible treats. RSVP encouraged but not required. Suggested donation is $15-$45
Tree Ramble Suggested Donation $15-$45 (thanks for paying the most you can afford)RSVP & DONATE
PERSONALIZED WILD PLANT EXPLORATIONS
In your backyard, woods, neighborhood, schoolyard…
Meet (and eat and drink) some of the abundant medicinal and edible plant friends growing all around you. Inspiring personalized plant explorations with “Planty” Kim are available for individuals and small groups of all ages. Great for home school groups, families, garden clubs, college classes, and more!
Creating yummy herbal tea, snacks, and other hands-on activities are optional. Contact Kim for rates and scheduling: 919.636.2545 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Available as unique gift certificates for holidays, Mother & Father’s Day, birthdays, anniversaries, or other celebrations! Online gift certificate for 2-hour residential wild plant ramble available here.