Small Things Often: Open House Event

Location:  232 N Market Street, Ligonier, PA 15658

Join Small Things Often for a day of learning and connection. 🏫 Small Things Often is excited for you to come explore the new location in Ligonier and see what we have to offer! 🎉

We are also excited to be offering different speakers 🔊 discussing various topics surrounding health and wellness throughout the day. This is a great opportunity to get curious and get your questions answered about how more holistic services can help you build a healthy lifestyle. 🌱


🚨 It is important for you to reserve your spot for each speaker because of space being limited.


✔️Please RSVP for the speakers that you are interested in by private messaging me or emailing me at faith@smallthingsoften.com.

You are also welcome to just drop in to visit and see my new office space throughout the day from 12pm-6pm. Light refreshments will be available!

Speakers 🔊

12pm-Tuning Ford Energy Balancing with Tracy Maysmith (A Kneaded Rest)
Tracy Maysmith is a licensed massage therapist and certified vibrational sound practitioner. Her Tuning Fork energy balancing sessions make available mental, spiritual, and physical energy that you have stored but aren’t able to use due to blocks in the energy pathways or thought field. She also uses tuning forks during massage sessions to decrease muscle tightness and induce a profound state of relaxation. Tracy’s office is located in Ligonier Township one mile from the diamond on Rt 711 North, where she has practiced for 15 years.

1pm-Yoga Therapy with Sarah Nadeau, PRYT600, RYT200
Sarah has been studying yoga for 10 years and has completed 800 hours of training, most recently her Yoga Therapy certification through Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy. She has attended classes and trainings across the country from various teachers and styles of yoga. Sarah is passionate about having her students bring yoga off their mats and into their lives. For more information about Sarah visit nadeauyoga.org.

3pm-Acupuncture with Michelle A. Clark, L.Ac, RYT500
In 1998 Michelle graduated from Meiji College of Oriental Medicine in San Francisco, CA, having studied acupuncture and Chinese herbology. In addition, she attended a 500-hour yoga teacher training course, also in California. Since that time, she served as the only acupuncturist in Ligonier, PA for 13 years. She also studied informally with Ligonier’s only practicing shaman. In 2014, she and her family moved to the Western Slope of Colorado, where she worked in an integrative, alternative clinic for 2 years. During that time, she ramped up her yoga teaching certification to include pilates. Currently, she works in 4 different but similar-type clinics in Latrobe and Greensburg. She has successfully treated thousands of patients of all ages and medical issues. Her yoga training has guided her to teach in a wide variety of places, including Latrobe Hospital, Ligonier YMCA, several yoga studios, many gyms, private clubs, and people’s homes. Chinese medicine, acupuncture, yoga, and shamanism are her unique tools to help you on your path toward wellness.

4pm- What Reiki Isn’t with Linda M. Beal RN BSN, CRMT R
Reiki teacher and practitioner
Linda will lead a conversation with the audience to dispel misinformation about Reiki expectations.For those thinking about trying Reiki, as well as those giving it.

Linda began her Reiki journey in 2003 while living and teaching women in a technical college in the Middle East. After her subsequent return to the USA, she advanced her Reiki training at the Energy Connection and eventually became a professional Reiki teacher and practitioner. She is also a long-term yogini and meditator.

4:30 Everyday Therapeutics/Float Tanks with Donna Lenzi
Everyday Therapeutics has grown their business into more wellness options and would like to share the most exciting part of their business: The Brain!!!! How the brain changes during the float and what happens when you float in 10 inches of salt water with no light and no sound. I will give you the low down on WHY floating could change your life!!

5pm-Small Things Often with Faith Sartori, MA, LMFT, RYT200
Faith has worked in the mental health field for over 12 years in various roles. She is the owner of Small Things Often, LLC where the goal is to provide Therapeutic Opportunities through Unique Experiences. Faith is a trained leader for the Bringing Baby Home program for couples that are new to parenthood along with being a leader for The 7 Principles for Making a Marriage Work Workshop. Faith has completed Level 1 and 2 of the Gottman Method. She has done additional training to help those working through post partum depression along with grief and loss.

6pm Drum Circle with Matt Mikeska
Matt has been playing drums and exploring rhythms from around the world for over 20 years. A husband and father who both owns Ravaila’s Restaurant in Blairsville and acts as a coordinator of community outreach and sits on the board of directors of My New Leaf, a non-profit recovery community organization, that serves those suffering with substance use disorder and their families. Matt has used drumming and rhythm to not only bring a greater sense of peace and connection to his own life but also seeks to bring the transformative power of the drum to his community. Having facilitated drum circles and rhythm workshops large and small at events and organizations in our area for years he hopes to continue to offer these services to the community.
Rhythm is what gives from to the boundless spirit and energy of all that is within and beyond our human experience. From the movement of celestial bodies, to the changing seasons, the repeating cycles within nature and the beating heart of each one of us. Rhythm is a common thread that runs through everything, down to the smallest atoms that are vibrating wit the beat of creation. The drum, being far more than merely an instrument is a tool that is simple and accessible to anyone who approaches. The drum acts as a point of contact between the rhythm within and the universal rhythm.

Date

Mar 28 2020

Time

12:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location

East II Region
Category