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OCTOBER 2009 APPALACHIAN JOURNAL - A PUBLICATION OF MOUNTAIN MESSENGER MEDIA PAGE 5 'Nourish Your Body, Mind Spirit' 10 Yoga Center On Oct, I0, right after TOOT, acupuncturist Anne Adams will offer "Nourish Your Body, Mind, and Spirit," from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Ancient wisdom points out that we need to nourish our centers to stay steady. This is especially im- portant during transitions, whether we're making ma- jor life changes or just go- ing to bed and resting well. This is the second of three classes by Adams based on the 5 Elements that form the foundation for much of an- cient thought. She teaches ways to stay healthy that are fun and easy, and yet go to deep places. The classes are designed to strengthen our ability to heal, leaving us more relaxed, restored, and open. It will be at Lewisburg Yoga Center, at 110-B South Court Street. Entrance to the center is from the alley adjacent to the downtown City National Bank. Cost is $25 per class, or all three for $65. Questions? Call Ad- ams at 304-645-3275 or 703- 300-i605. For registration call 304-645-8064 or visit www. The third and last class will be "Expand Your Heart." on Nov. 14. Anne Adams, L.Ac,. M.Ac.. has practiced acupuncture and related energy work for 25 years. She was a founding member of the Acupuncture Society of Virginia, and twice its president. She was listed in Washingtonian Magazine twice as a noted acupunc- turist in the Washington, DC area. For the last 15 years, she was owner and director of The Spectrum Center for Natural Medicine in Silver Spring, MD. She has two Master's degrees from the Tai Sophia Institute in Laurel, MD. the first acupunc- ture school to be nationally ac- credited in the United States. One is in Acupuncture, and the other is in Applied Healing Arts. She has been a popular teach- er and guest lecturer there. Adams is fascinated by the deep potential we have for healing ourselves and liv- ing full happy lives. She is currently working on a book about this, based on the wisdom of the 5 Elements. lewisb u rgyogacenter, com. Plants, Etc. will showcase local artist Judith Bair at Lew- isburg's annual "Taste of Our Towns" celebration on Satur- day, Oct. 10, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Bair will display a paint- ing she donated to the Mon- roe Arts Alliance to be raffled as a fundraiser, and will also be selling a 2010 Monroe County Calendar that fea- tures her landscape paintings. Bair has lived and painted in Sinks Grove, on and off for more than three decades. She has recently returned permanently to the area af- ter many years in Baltimore. MD, where she pursued her painting career after retir- ing from the University of Face painting at TOOT Maryland, College Park. Her work has been exhibited in Baltimore, Winchester, VA, Union, and most recently at the "Best of West Virginia" ex- hibit at Tamarack in Beckley. The off painting, titled "The Lay of the Land," depicts the view toward Peters Mountain along Route 3 at Keenan. Its dimensions are 20'~36." Only 500 raffle tickets will be sold, and they can he purchased at Plants. Etc. on Oct. 10 and at other venues through- out the fall. Raffle drawing will take place on Dec. 1. The Monroe Arts Alliance is a nonprofit cultural organiza- tion dedicated to the promo- tion and support of the arts in Monroe County and the sur- rounding area. It offers schol- arships and mini-grants to local artists and artisans for the purpose of education, ex- hibitions, performance, work- shops and demonstrations, and sponsors the annual Youth Art Show for K-12 stu- dents in Monroe County. All proceeds from the raffle will benefit Arts Alliance programs. Plants, Etc. has been a cen- ter for local arts and crafts for more than 30 years. It is lo- cated at 102 South Jefferson Street in Lewisburg, and offers quality pottery, stained glass, wood carvir/g, silver jewelry, weaving and other fine crafts. { Moving to a New Location in White Sulphur Springs! NORT] ....& FINE GI--OFTSH P Greenbrier Historical Society Half of the day's proceeds will be donated to Carnegie Hail[ 301 West Washington Street * Lewisburg, West Virginia 24901 Next to Nev River Community & Technical College 304/645-3398 Won't Peel, Crack or Warp Outperforms All Drop-in Liners Great for Boats, Trailers, RVs, Jeeps, etc. Helps Keep Your Gear from Sliding il PERMANENTLY PROTECTS AGAINST RUST AND CORROSION Resists Abrasion, even under Heavy Use Not a Paint-Like Coating... Sprays On up to 1/4" Thick II i