News & Upcoming Events


What’s new?

SPRING 2017


KIDS & FAMILY YOGA

Liz teaches weekly afterschool classes at local public schools through the Alameda Education Foundation [Thursdays at Lum & then Edison in Fall 2016], and a monthly Sunday family class.

UPCOMING DATES –
April 9, May 14th, June 11th, July 9th
@ 2-3 pm

3genTreePoseSecond Sunday Family Fun Yoga
Park Boulevard Yoga Center
4266 Park Blvd, Oakland
A monthly gathering to do easy, fun yoga with music and stories. Great for kids 4 & up with parents, grandparent or other special friends. No experience needed.

Click here to get details and email updates. Contact me for pre-registration special offers!


LAUGHTER YOGA

Oakland Lifefire Laughter Yoga
Kaiser Permanente Medical Offc Bldg – 2nd Fl
3701 Broadway, Oakland
2nd & 4th Mondays of each month @ 7:30pm

HoHoHaHa.Green+whiteJoin me and co-leader Annie Goglia (who founded the club in 2007!) and get an easy, fun workout for body, mind & spirit. No experience necessary; drop-ins always welcome. FREE; donations happily accepted.
Find us and confirm current schedule on Meetup.com
Questions? oaklandlaughterclub@gmail.com

 

WORLD LAUGHTER DAY IS SUNDAY, MAY 7th!!

Join us by the bay in San Francisco for an afternoon of laughter al fresco! Free and open to the public – drop by and see what all the fun’s about. Learn more.


STORYTELLING

Liz is part of the Storytellers Corps at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. Teachers, bring your K-5th grade class to experience the art and cultures of Asia through their stories!

Parents and grandparents – bring your kids to Free First Sundays or to bi-monthly Family Fun Days to hear stories. Liz’s upcoming story tour of the Asian Art Museum galleries is:

STORYTELLING! THE WICKED, THE WILY, THE WISE

Liz@AAM.horizontal

Sunday, April 16th  @ 1pm

Adults & kids suggested ages 7 & up
200 Larkin Street, SF
2 blocks from Civic Center BART

Want to hear stories about heroic girls and boys, animal legends, and tales about dynamic deities? Join my storytelling tour and listen to myths and folktales from Asia. While family friendly, these stories are not just for kids! Free after admission. Details here.


 

Liz co-hosts Tale Spinners of Contra Costaa monthly story swap

bigstock-Spooky-spider-web-8960203Orinda Public Library – Garden Rm, 2nd Floor
24 Orinda Way, Orinda
4th Thursday of the month @ 7-9 pm
[except Nov&Dec]

Walking distance from Orinda BART station

Do you like to hear stories told live without notes? Do you have a story you want to share with a group of people who appreciate the art of storytelling? Join the story swap  and hear a featured guest storyteller, followed by an open
Adults and teens. Listeners and drop-ins welcome.  FREE

Join the email list here