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First Anniversary Celebration Party
March 18, 2012, @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm HST
March 18, 2012 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Sunday March 18th
5:30 -8:00 pm
FREE : Open to the public
Still & Moving Center is celebrating its first birthday this coming March with free class samplers, promotional packages and giveaways, culminating in a large party on Sunday, March 18th open to the public. The birthday celebration will feature Nia Technique’s co-founder, Debbie Rosas in a fun-filled, participatory demo of Nia, a fitness fusion of dance, martial arts and yoga. Kenny Endo will perform a taiko drum piece as our special guest. The evening of events will include performances and demonstrations from our talented staff of teachers and guest artists, Amber Bonnici and Lucie Voelcker. Light refreshments served.
We are offering 2 weekends of free Class Samplers. The center now holds over 80 movement classes a week from yoga, to dance, to martial arts, to fitness and more. Our excellent teachers will be introducing 20- minute samplers classes to the public on March 10-11 and March 17-18.
As we offer over 80 different types of classes, our teachers will be introducing their classes to the public for free over two weekends, March 10-11 and March 17-18. Promotions are listed on a separate post on this site: see “Discount Promotions”
You are invited as our honored guest.
BIRTHDAY PARTY EVENTS: Sunday March 18th
5:30 pm Doors Open
5:45 pm Blessing Ceremonies
Prajwal Ratna Vajracharya-Nepalese Temple Dancer from Nepal- Buddhist Blessing
Sooriya Kumar from Sri Lanka Hindu Blessing
Kumu Malia Helela – Hawaiian Blessing
6:00-8:00 pm Performances & Demonstrations
Kenny Endo Taiko
Lucie Voelcker– Singer, Songwriter & Storyteller
Hula by Kumu Malia Helela and Amber Bonnici
Aerial Dance & Yoga Arts by teachers
Chandra Miars, Wendi Lynch & Jessica Walz
Nia by Debbie Rosas, co-Founder of the Nia Technique
Yoga by Suzana Maia, David Sanders, Helen Babli
Aikido by Glenn Shoji Yoshida & Black Belt students
Tai Chi Sun Style by Jerry Punzal
Capoeira by Jeremy Roske
Contact Improvisation Dance by Eva Geueke
Druma Alive by Karen Watanabe-Sakamoto