Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades
Jun
27
6:30 PM18:30

Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades

Namaste.

A free and restorative yoga-meditation class is on offer Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place).

While this is an ongoing open class series that I am giving, please always check the calendar (mine or DCPR) as there will occasionally be evenings without class. 

General overview:

I lead an Integrated Restorative Yoga class that is suitable for both beginners and long time practitioners of yoga. This is a gentle and effective way to release and strengthen the body’s muscles and joints, increase flexibility, and activate energy channels. Each class involves breath awarenes, a gentle warm up followed by asanas or yogic poses (and counter poses) done sitting, standing and laying down, and finished with a guided meditation. This class is good for anyone looking to improve sleep and mental clarity, enhance body and mind balance, as well as improve overall health. 

Each class may have specific body areas targeted, or be a general restorative class. The most benefit is always attained by regular practice. 

DC residents please RSVP with the DC Department of Parks and Recreation here: https://web1.vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/dcwashingtonwt.wsc/search.html

If you are not a DC resident, you can just email me. 

Please bring your own mat if you have - but if you need to borrow one, please let me know so I can bring extras, of which I have plenty. You may contact me through http://Jameson.live. 

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Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades
Jul
11
6:30 PM18:30

Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades

Namaste.

A free and restorative yoga-meditation class is on offer Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place).

While this is an ongoing open class series that I am giving, please always check the calendar (mine or DCPR) as there will occasionally be evenings without class. 

General overview:

I lead an Integrated Restorative Yoga class that is suitable for both beginners and long time practitioners of yoga. This is a gentle and effective way to release and strengthen the body’s muscles and joints, increase flexibility, and activate energy channels. Each class involves breath awarenes, a gentle warm up followed by asanas or yogic poses (and counter poses) done sitting, standing and laying down, and finished with a guided meditation. This class is good for anyone looking to improve sleep and mental clarity, enhance body and mind balance, as well as improve overall health. 

Each class may have specific body areas targeted, or be a general restorative class. The most benefit is always attained by regular practice. 

DC residents please RSVP with the DC Department of Parks and Recreation here: https://web1.vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/dcwashingtonwt.wsc/search.html

If you are not a DC resident, you can just email me. 

Please bring your own mat if you have - but if you need to borrow one, please let me know so I can bring extras, of which I have plenty. You may contact me through http://Jameson.live. 

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Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades
Jun
20
6:30 PM18:30

Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades

Namaste.

A free and restorative yoga-meditation class is on offer Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place).

While this is an ongoing open class series that I am giving, please always check the calendar (mine or DCPR) as there will occasionally be evenings without class. 

General overview:

I lead an Integrated Restorative Yoga class that is suitable for both beginners and long time practitioners of yoga. This is a gentle and effective way to release and strengthen the body’s muscles and joints, increase flexibility, and activate energy channels. Each class involves breath awarenes, a gentle warm up followed by asanas or yogic poses (and counter poses) done sitting, standing and laying down, and finished with a guided meditation. This class is good for anyone looking to improve sleep and mental clarity, enhance body and mind balance, as well as improve overall health. 

Each class may have specific body areas targeted, or be a general restorative class. The most benefit is always attained by regular practice. 

DC residents please RSVP with the DC Department of Parks and Recreation here: https://web1.vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/dcwashingtonwt.wsc/search.html

If you are not a DC resident, you can just email me. 

Please bring your own mat if you have - but if you need to borrow one, please let me know so I can bring extras, of which I have plenty. You may contact me through http://Jameson.live. 

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Saturday Morning Yoga at the Arts Club
Jun
1
10:00 AM10:00

Saturday Morning Yoga at the Arts Club

A gentle Saturday morning yoga and meditation class at the historic Arts Club of Washington, former home of President James Monroe. Rejuvenate body and mind, and energize your creative will with selected asanas and guided meditation.

This class is suitable for beginners.

Please RSVP through their events page on their website, which will be updated with future classes, or email administrator@artsclubofwashington.org to RSVP that way.

A $10 donation to the Arts Club of Washington (check or cash) is requested. 

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Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades
May
30
6:30 PM18:30

Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades

Namaste.

A free and restorative yoga-meditation class is on offer Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place).

While this is an ongoing open class series that I am giving, please always check the calendar (mine or DCPR) as there will occasionally be evenings without class. 

General overview:

I lead an Integrated Restorative Yoga class that is suitable for both beginners and long time practitioners of yoga. This is a gentle and effective way to release and strengthen the body’s muscles and joints, increase flexibility, and activate energy channels. Each class involves breath awarenes, a gentle warm up followed by asanas or yogic poses (and counter poses) done sitting, standing and laying down, and finished with a guided meditation. This class is good for anyone looking to improve sleep and mental clarity, enhance body and mind balance, as well as improve overall health. 

Each class may have specific body areas targeted, or be a general restorative class. The most benefit is always attained by regular practice. 

DC residents please RSVP with the DC Department of Parks and Recreation here: https://web1.vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/dcwashingtonwt.wsc/search.html

If you are not a DC resident, you can just email me. 

Please bring your own mat if you have - but if you need to borrow one, please let me know so I can bring extras, of which I have plenty. You may contact me through http://Jameson.live. 

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Copy of Saturday Morning Yoga at the Arts Club
May
25
10:00 AM10:00

Copy of Saturday Morning Yoga at the Arts Club

A gentle Saturday morning yoga and meditation class at the historic Arts Club of Washington, former home of President James Monroe. Rejuvenate body and mind, and energize your creative will with selected asanas and guided meditation.

This class is suitable for beginners.

Please RSVP through their events page on their website, which will be updated with future classes, or email administrator@artsclubofwashington.org to RSVP that way.

A $10 donation to the Arts Club of Washington (check or cash) is requested. 

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Copy of Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades
May
23
6:30 PM18:30

Copy of Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades

Namaste.

A free and restorative yoga-meditation class is on offer Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place).

While this is an ongoing open class series that I am giving, please always check the calendar (mine or DCPR) as there will occasionally be evenings without class. 

General overview:

I lead an Integrated Restorative Yoga class that is suitable for both beginners and long time practitioners of yoga. This is a gentle and effective way to release and strengthen the body’s muscles and joints, increase flexibility, and activate energy channels. Each class involves breath awarenes, a gentle warm up followed by asanas or yogic poses (and counter poses) done sitting, standing and laying down, and finished with a guided meditation. This class is good for anyone looking to improve sleep and mental clarity, enhance body and mind balance, as well as improve overall health. 

Each class may have specific body areas targeted, or be a general restorative class. The most benefit is always attained by regular practice. 

DC residents please RSVP with the DC Department of Parks and Recreation here: https://web1.vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/dcwashingtonwt.wsc/search.html

If you are not a DC resident, you can just email me. 

Please bring your own mat if you have - but if you need to borrow one, please let me know so I can bring extras, of which I have plenty. You may contact me through http://Jameson.live. 

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Saturday Morning Yoga at the Arts Club
May
18
10:00 AM10:00

Saturday Morning Yoga at the Arts Club

A gentle Saturday morning yoga and meditation class at the historic Arts Club of Washington, former home of President James Monroe. Rejuvenate body and mind, and energize your creative will with selected asanas and guided meditation.

This class is suitable for beginners.

Please RSVP through their events page on their website, which will be updated with future classes, or email administrator@artsclubofwashington.org to RSVP that way.

A $10 donation to the Arts Club of Washington (check or cash) is requested. 

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Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades
May
16
6:30 PM18:30

Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades

Namaste.

A free and restorative yoga-meditation class is on offer Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place).

While this is an ongoing open class series that I am giving, please always check the calendar (mine or DCPR) as there will occasionally be evenings without class. 

General overview:

I lead an Integrated Restorative Yoga class that is suitable for both beginners and long time practitioners of yoga. This is a gentle and effective way to release and strengthen the body’s muscles and joints, increase flexibility, and activate energy channels. Each class involves breath awarenes, a gentle warm up followed by asanas or yogic poses (and counter poses) done sitting, standing and laying down, and finished with a guided meditation. This class is good for anyone looking to improve sleep and mental clarity, enhance body and mind balance, as well as improve overall health. 

Each class may have specific body areas targeted, or be a general restorative class. The most benefit is always attained by regular practice. 

DC residents please RSVP with the DC Department of Parks and Recreation here: https://web1.vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/dcwashingtonwt.wsc/search.html

If you are not a DC resident, you can just email me. 

Please bring your own mat if you have - but if you need to borrow one, please let me know so I can bring extras, of which I have plenty. You may contact me through http://Jameson.live. 

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DTSBDC's performance of "Tracings" at the National Portrait Gallery
May
4
6:00 PM18:00

DTSBDC's performance of "Tracings" at the National Portrait Gallery

Photo by Mary Noble Ours

Photo by Mary Noble Ours

Critically acclaimed Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company presents "Tracings” an emotionally charged work that tells Dana’s own family’s immigration story, and explores the physical and spiritual journey of early Korean immigrants who first settled in America on the Hawaiian plantations in 1903. Seating is first come first serve. This dance was originally commissioned by the Kennedy Center and the Korean American Centennial Commission. The performance is free and open to the public. Please arrive early.

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Pre-performance private tour at the National Portrait Gallery
May
4
5:00 PM17:00

Pre-performance private tour at the National Portrait Gallery

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The Diplomats of Dance Society will enjoy a private tour, with curator Robyn Asleson, of the “Portraits of the World: Korea” exhibit at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery on Saturday, May 4th at 5:00 p.m., just prior to the 6:00 p.m. performance of Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company's performance of "Tracings" in the museum's Kogod Courtyard.

"Portraits of the World: Korea" is part of a series dedicated to highlighting the global context of American portraiture, and displays the work of pioneering feminist artist Yun Suknam (born 1939), and uses portraiture to gain insights into the lives of women, past and present.

Choreographer Dana Tai Soon Burgess, a Korean-American, premiered "Tracings" at the Kennedy Center in 2003. This very personal dance is the story of his family's immigration to Hawaii from Korea in the early 20th century. His mother, artist Anna Kang Burgess, will be in Washington, DC to make a cameo in this very special revival of the piece. 

Tour and performance are free. Space is limited.

RSVP here

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Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades
May
2
6:30 PM18:30

Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades

Namaste.

A free and restorative yoga-meditation class is on offer Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place).

While this is an ongoing open class series that I am giving, please always check the calendar (mine or DCPR) as there will occasionally be evenings without class. 

General overview:

I lead an Integrated Restorative Yoga class that is suitable for both beginners and long time practitioners of yoga. This is a gentle and effective way to release and strengthen the body’s muscles and joints, increase flexibility, and activate energy channels. Each class involves breath awarenes, a gentle warm up followed by asanas or yogic poses (and counter poses) done sitting, standing and laying down, and finished with a guided meditation. This class is good for anyone looking to improve sleep and mental clarity, enhance body and mind balance, as well as improve overall health. 

Each class may have specific body areas targeted, or be a general restorative class. The most benefit is always attained by regular practice. 

DC residents please RSVP with the DC Department of Parks and Recreation here: https://web1.vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/dcwashingtonwt.wsc/search.html

If you are not a DC resident, you can just email me. 

Please bring your own mat if you have - but if you need to borrow one, please let me know so I can bring extras, of which I have plenty. You may contact me through http://Jameson.live. 

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Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades
Apr
25
6:30 PM18:30

Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades

Namaste.

A free and restorative yoga-meditation class is on offer Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place).

While this is an ongoing open class series that I am giving, please always check the calendar (mine or DCPR) as there will occasionally be evenings without class. 

General overview:

Jameson Freeman teaches an Integrated Restorative Yoga class that is suitable for both beginners and long time practitioners of yoga. This is a gentle and effective way to release and strengthen the body’s muscles and joints, increase flexibility, and activate energy channels. Each class involves breath awarenes, a gentle warm up followed by asanas or yogic poses (and counter poses) done sitting, standing and laying down, and finished with a guided meditation. This class is good for anyone looking to improve sleep and mental clarity, enhance body and mind balance, as well as improve overall health. 

Each class may have specific body areas targeted, or be a general restorative class. The most benefit is always attained by regular practice. 

DC residents please RSVP with the DC Department of Parks and Recreation here: https://web1.vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/dcwashingtonwt.wsc/search.html

If you are not a DC resident, you can just email me. 

Please bring your own mat if you have - but if you need to borrow one, please let me know so I can bring extras, of which I have plenty. You may contact me through http://Jameson.live. 

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Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades
Apr
18
6:30 PM18:30

Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades

Namaste.

A free and restorative yoga-meditation class is on offer Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place).

While this is an ongoing open class series that I am giving, please always check the calendar (mine or DCPR) as there will occasionally be evenings without class. 

General overview:

Jameson Freeman teaches an Integrated Restorative Yoga class that is suitable for both beginners and long time practitioners of yoga. This is a gentle and effective way to release and strengthen the body’s muscles and joints, increase flexibility, and activate energy channels. Each class involves breath awarenes, a gentle warm up followed by asanas or yogic poses (and counter poses) done sitting, standing and laying down, and finished with a guided meditation. This class is good for anyone looking to improve sleep and mental clarity, enhance body and mind balance, as well as improve overall health. 

Each class may have specific body areas targeted, or be a general restorative class. The most benefit is always attained by regular practice. 

DC residents please RSVP with the DC Department of Parks and Recreation here: https://web1.vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/dcwashingtonwt.wsc/search.html

If you are not a DC resident, you can just email me. 

Please bring your own mat if you have - but if you need to borrow one, please let me know so I can bring extras, of which I have plenty. You may contact me through http://Jameson.live. 

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Interview and Q&A with Lester Hyman on "JFK, The Kennedys and Me"
Mar
22
6:30 PM18:30

Interview and Q&A with Lester Hyman on "JFK, The Kennedys and Me"

JFK book.jpg

Coinciding with the launch of his book “JFK, The Kennedys and Me”, Jameson Freeman will interview Lester Hyman at the Arts Club of Washington on Friday, March 22nd.

Hyman has known every U.S. President since Dwight Eisenhower. He was a favorite escort of the famed advice columnist Ann Landers. He was also JFK's mentee as a young man.

Join us for an evening of stories, book signing, and more.

6:30 p.m. - Cocktail Hour begins
7:30 p.m. - Talk with Mr. Hyman
8:15 p.m. - Book signing begins and seated 3-course dinner

Originally from Providence, R.I., Lester Hyman first entered politics as the chairman of the Democratic Party in Massachusetts during a pivotal time in political history. Before that though, he was a young, ambitious Jewish lad that was intimately mentored by a senator whose father was (ironically) a powerful and anti-semetic Irish-American patriarch. That senator also became the first Catholic U.S. President, and one of the 20th century's most famous names.

“I came to D.C. for the Kennedy family in 1969,” Hyman told The Hill. After JFK's assassination, he continued meaningful relationships with Bobby, Teddy and other members of 'Camelot'.

A lawyer and longtime political insider, Hyman has vetted Cabinet and Supreme Court picks for President Bill Clinton, as well as Hillary Clinton during her two presidential campaigns. He currently acts as United States Legal Counselor for the British Virgin Islands, where he keeps a home on the island of Tortola.

Program and Cocktail Hour only: $20
Program and Dinner: $60

RSVP HERE

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Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades
Mar
21
6:30 PM18:30

Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades

Namaste.

A free and restorative yoga-meditation class is on offer Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place).

While this is an ongoing open class series that I am giving, please always check the calendar (mine or DCPR) as there will occasionally be evenings without class. 

General overview:

Jameson Freeman teaches an Integrated Restorative Yoga class that is suitable for both beginners and long time practitioners of yoga. This is a gentle and effective way to release and strengthen the body’s muscles and joints, increase flexibility, and activate energy channels. Each class involves breath awarenes, a gentle warm up followed by asanas or yogic poses (and counter poses) done sitting, standing and laying down, and finished with a guided meditation. This class is good for anyone looking to improve sleep and mental clarity, enhance body and mind balance, as well as improve overall health. 

Each class may have specific body areas targeted, or be a general restorative class. The most benefit is always attained by regular practice. 

DC residents please RSVP with the DC Department of Parks and Recreation here: https://web1.vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/dcwashingtonwt.wsc/search.html

If you are not a DC resident, you can just email me. 

Please bring your own mat if you have - but if you need to borrow one, please let me know so I can bring extras, of which I have plenty. You may contact me through http://Jameson.live. 

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Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades
Mar
14
6:30 PM18:30

Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades

Namaste.

A free and restorative yoga-meditation class is on offer Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place).

While this is an ongoing open class series that I am giving, please always check the calendar (mine or DCPR) as there will occasionally be evenings without class. 

General overview:

Jameson Freeman teaches an Integrated Restorative Yoga class that is suitable for both beginners and long time practitioners of yoga. This is a gentle and effective way to release and strengthen the body’s muscles and joints, increase flexibility, and activate energy channels. Each class involves breath awarenes, a gentle warm up followed by asanas or yogic poses (and counter poses) done sitting, standing and laying down, and finished with a guided meditation. This class is good for anyone looking to improve sleep and mental clarity, enhance body and mind balance, as well as improve overall health. 

Each class may have specific body areas targeted, or be a general restorative class. The most benefit is always attained by regular practice. 

DC residents please RSVP with the DC Department of Parks and Recreation here: https://web1.vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/dcwashingtonwt.wsc/search.html

If you are not a DC resident, you can just email me. 

Please bring your own mat if you have - but if you need to borrow one, please let me know so I can bring extras, of which I have plenty. You may contact me through http://Jameson.live. 

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Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades
Mar
7
6:30 PM18:30

Free Restorative Yoga in the Palisades

Namaste.

A free and restorative yoga-meditation class is on offer Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place).

While this is an ongoing open class series that I am giving, please always check the calendar (mine or DCPR) as there will occasionally be evenings without class. 

General overview:

Jameson Freeman teaches an Integrated Restorative Yoga class that is suitable for both beginners and long time practitioners of yoga. This is a gentle and effective way to release and strengthen the body’s muscles and joints, increase flexibility, and activate energy channels. Each class involves breath awarenes, a gentle warm up followed by asanas or yogic poses (and counter poses) done sitting, standing and laying down, and finished with a guided meditation. This class is good for anyone looking to improve sleep and mental clarity, enhance body and mind balance, as well as improve overall health. 

Each class may have specific body areas targeted, or be a general restorative class. The most benefit is always attained by regular practice. 

DC residents please RSVP with the DC Department of Parks and Recreation here: https://web1.vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/dcwashingtonwt.wsc/search.html

If you are not a DC resident, you can just email me. 

Please bring your own mat if you have - but if you need to borrow one, please let me know so I can bring extras, of which I have plenty. You may contact me through http://Jameson.live. 

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Free Thursday Restorative Yoga in the Palisades
Feb
28
6:30 PM18:30

Free Thursday Restorative Yoga in the Palisades

Namaste.

A free Raja-oriented yoga class is on offer Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place).

While this is an ongoing open class series that I am giving, please always check the calendar (mine or DCPR) as there will occasionally be evenings without class. 

General overview:

Jameson Freeman teaches an Integrated Restorative Yoga class that is suitable for both beginners and long time practitioners of yoga. This is a gentle and effective way to release and strengthen the body’s muscles and joints, increase flexibility, and activate energy channels. Each class involves breath awarenes, a gentle warm up followed by asanas or yogic poses (and counter poses) done sitting, standing and laying down, and finished with a guided meditation. This class is good for anyone looking to improve sleep and mental clarity, enhance body and mind balance, as well as improve overall health. 

Each class may have specific body areas targeted, or be a general restorative class. The most benefit is always attained by regular practice. 

DC residents please RSVP with the DC Department of Parks and Recreation here: https://web1.vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/dcwashingtonwt.wsc/search.html

If you are not a DC resident, you can just email me. 

Please bring your own mat if you have - but if you need to borrow one, please let me know so I can bring extras, of which I have plenty. You may contact me through http://Jameson.live. 

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Saturday Morning Yoga at the Arts Club
Feb
23
10:00 AM10:00

Saturday Morning Yoga at the Arts Club

A gentle Saturday morning yoga and meditation class at the historic Arts Club of Washington, former home of President James Monroe. Rejuvenate body and mind, and energize your creative will with selected asanas and guided meditation.

This class is suitable for beginners.

Please RSVP through their events page on their website, which will be updated with future classes, or email administrator@artsclubofwashington.org to RSVP that way.

A $10 donation to the Arts Club of Washington (check or cash) is requested. 

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Free Thursday Restorative Yoga in the Palisades
Feb
21
6:30 PM18:30

Free Thursday Restorative Yoga in the Palisades

Namaste.

A free Raja-oriented yoga class is on offer Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place).

While this is an ongoing open class series that I am giving, please always check the calendar (mine or DCPR) as there will occasionally be evenings without class. 

General overview:

Jameson Freeman teaches an Integrated Restorative Yoga class that is suitable for both beginners and long time practitioners of yoga. This is a gentle and effective way to release and strengthen the body’s muscles and joints, increase flexibility, and activate energy channels. Each class involves breath awarenes, a gentle warm up followed by asanas or yogic poses (and counter poses) done sitting, standing and laying down, and finished with a guided meditation. This class is good for anyone looking to improve sleep and mental clarity, enhance body and mind balance, as well as improve overall health. 

Each class may have specific body areas targeted, or be a general restorative class. The most benefit is always attained by regular practice. 

DC residents please RSVP with the DC Department of Parks and Recreation here: https://web1.vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/dcwashingtonwt.wsc/search.html

If you are not a DC resident, you can just email me. 

Please bring your own mat if you have - but if you need to borrow one, please let me know so I can bring extras, of which I have plenty. You may contact me through http://Jameson.live. 

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Saturday Morning Yoga at the Arts Club
Feb
16
10:00 AM10:00

Saturday Morning Yoga at the Arts Club

A gentle Saturday morning yoga and meditation class at the historic Arts Club of Washington, former home of President James Monroe. Rejuvenate body and mind, and energize your creative will with selected asanas and guided meditation.

This class is suitable for beginners.

Please RSVP through their events page on their website, which will be updated with future classes, or email administrator@artsclubofwashington.org to RSVP that way.

A $10 donation to the Arts Club of Washington (check or cash) is requested. 

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Free Thursday Restorative Yoga in the Palisades
Feb
14
6:30 PM18:30

Free Thursday Restorative Yoga in the Palisades

Namaste.

A free Raja-oriented yoga class is on offer Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place).

While this is an ongoing open class series that I am giving, please always check the calendar (mine or DCPR) as there will occasionally be evenings without class. 

General overview:

Jameson Freeman teaches an Integrated Restorative Yoga class that is suitable for both beginners and long time practitioners of yoga. This is a gentle and effective way to release and strengthen the body’s muscles and joints, increase flexibility, and activate energy channels. Each class involves breath awarenes, a gentle warm up followed by asanas or yogic poses (and counter poses) done sitting, standing and laying down, and finished with a guided meditation. This class is good for anyone looking to improve sleep and mental clarity, enhance body and mind balance, as well as improve overall health. 

Each class may have specific body areas targeted, or be a general restorative class. The most benefit is always attained by regular practice. 

DC residents please RSVP with the DC Department of Parks and Recreation here: https://web1.vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/dcwashingtonwt.wsc/search.html

If you are not a DC resident, you can just email me. 

Please bring your own mat if you have - but if you need to borrow one, please let me know so I can bring extras, of which I have plenty. You may contact me through http://Jameson.live. 

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Special Screening of "Magic Pills" Documentary
Feb
12
6:00 PM18:00

Special Screening of "Magic Pills" Documentary

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I will host a special screening of Canadian filmmaker and homeopath Ananda More's documentary "Magic Pills" on Tuesday, February 12th at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place, NW). Doors open at 5:30 p.m. The film will begin promptly at 6:00 p.m. so please arrive early.

Promise or placebo? The film explores multiple media campaigns against homeopathy, which propelled More to travel the world and uncover whether homeopathy is truly science-based and effective or a mere placebo that endangers lives.

Conversation will be welcomed and encouraged afterwards until the center closes at 8:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.

$15 admission goes towards screening costs. Please purchase in advance at http://dcmagicpills.eventbrite.com to ensure seating; or cash only will be accepted at the door.

There is a free parking lot and free street parking. The M4 and D6 bus lines both have stops just blocks away.

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Saturday Morning Yoga at the Arts Club
Feb
9
10:00 AM10:00

Saturday Morning Yoga at the Arts Club

A gentle Saturday morning yoga and meditation class at the historic Arts Club of Washington, former home of President James Monroe. Rejuvenate body and mind, and energize your creative will with selected asanas and guided meditation.

This class is suitable for beginners.

Please RSVP through their events page on their website, which will be updated with future classes, or email administrator@artsclubofwashington.org to RSVP that way.

A $10 donation to the Arts Club of Washington (check or cash) is requested. 

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Free Thursday Restorative Yoga in the Palisades
Feb
7
6:30 PM18:30

Free Thursday Restorative Yoga in the Palisades

Namaste.

A free Raja-oriented yoga class is on offer Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place).

While this is an ongoing open class series that I am giving, please always check the calendar (mine or DCPR) as there will occasionally be evenings without class. 

General overview:

Jameson Freeman teaches an Integrated Restorative Yoga class that is suitable for both beginners and long time practitioners of yoga. This is a gentle and effective way to release and strengthen the body’s muscles and joints, increase flexibility, and activate energy channels. Each class involves breath awarenes, a gentle warm up followed by asanas or yogic poses (and counter poses) done sitting, standing and laying down, and finished with a guided meditation. This class is good for anyone looking to improve sleep and mental clarity, enhance body and mind balance, as well as improve overall health. 

Each class may have specific body areas targeted, or be a general restorative class. The most benefit is always attained by regular practice. 

DC residents please RSVP with the DC Department of Parks and Recreation here: https://web1.vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/dcwashingtonwt.wsc/search.html

If you are not a DC resident, you can just email me. 

Please bring your own mat if you have - but if you need to borrow one, please let me know so I can bring extras, of which I have plenty. You may contact me through http://Jameson.live. 

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Saturday Morning Yoga at the Arts Club
Feb
2
10:00 AM10:00

Saturday Morning Yoga at the Arts Club

A gentle Saturday morning yoga and meditation class at the historic Arts Club of Washington, former home of President James Monroe. Rejuvenate body and mind, and energize your creative will with selected asanas and guided meditation.

This class is suitable for beginners.

Please RSVP through their events page on their website, which will be updated with future classes, or email administrator@artsclubofwashington.org to RSVP that way.

A $10 donation to the Arts Club of Washington (check or cash) is requested. 

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Free Thursday Restorative Yoga in the Palisades
Jan
31
6:30 PM18:30

Free Thursday Restorative Yoga in the Palisades

Namaste.

A free Raja-oriented yoga class is on offer Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Palisades Recreation Center (5200 Sherier Place).

While this is an ongoing open class series that I am giving, please always check the calendar (mine or DCPR) as there will occasionally be evenings without class. 

General overview:

Jameson Freeman teaches an Integrated Restorative Yoga class that is suitable for both beginners and long time practitioners of yoga. This is a gentle and effective way to release and strengthen the body’s muscles and joints, increase flexibility, and activate energy channels. Each class involves breath awarenes, a gentle warm up followed by asanas or yogic poses (and counter poses) done sitting, standing and laying down, and finished with a guided meditation. This class is good for anyone looking to improve sleep and mental clarity, enhance body and mind balance, as well as improve overall health. 

Each class may have specific body areas targeted, or be a general restorative class. The most benefit is always attained by regular practice. 

DC residents please RSVP with the DC Department of Parks and Recreation here: https://web1.vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/dcwashingtonwt.wsc/search.html

If you are not a DC resident, you can just email me. 

Please bring your own mat if you have - but if you need to borrow one, please let me know so I can bring extras, of which I have plenty. You may contact me through http://Jameson.live. 

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Saturday Morning Yoga at the Arts Club
Jan
26
10:00 AM10:00

Saturday Morning Yoga at the Arts Club

A gentle Saturday morning yoga and meditation class at the historic Arts Club of Washington, former home of President James Monroe. Rejuvenate body and mind, and energize your creative will with selected asanas and guided meditation.

This class is suitable for beginners.

Please RSVP through their events page on their website, which will be updated with future classes, or email administrator@artsclubofwashington.org to RSVP that way.

A $10 donation to the Arts Club of Washington (check or cash) is requested. 

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