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26 - CAPE GAZETTE - Tuesday, September 5 - Thursday, September 7, 2006 Open Heart Studio offers Shake Your Soul, art support group The Open Heart Studio will kick off the fall season with a free Shake Your Soul/Kripalu DansKinetics class at Silver Lotus Training Institute and Center for Heaiin.g Arts from 5:30 to 6:30 p-m., Wednesday, Sept. 13. The fa!.: session will begin the follow- iX Wednesday, Sept. 20, and con- ttMue every Wednesday through Nov. 15. Shake Your Soul, led by facili- tator Karen Barwick, is a dance- based, body-mind exercise class that is set to invigorating world music. "No special fitness level Or ability is required in order to experience the aliveness that comes from joyful, authentic movement," said Barwick. Preregistration is encouraged, although walk-ins are welcome. The cost for. the class is $13 per class or $80 for eight. Senior citi- zen discount is also available. Additionally, Barwick is offering a $5 discount to anyone who signs up for eight classes on Sept. 13 or at the Silver Lotus Open" House from 1 to 4 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 17. Barwick's first encounter in a Shake Your:,Sl class in 2002 ignited a love of movement that she hadn't preViously experi- enced. "I walked out of that class inspired, rejuvenated and wanting more," said Barwick, a nationally certified counselor. Another partnership that excites Barwick has been the Open Heart Studio's ongoing'reJationship with Th e Wellness i U. Community Delaware in Reli0b0th Beach. Barwick will be offering a month- ly, art based, support group called Heart to Art,: which is free to any- one touched by cancer, including survivors, family and friends. Barwick will help participants engage the healing power of art as a resource and source of support in dealing with the chaJlenges of living with cancer. The first group will meet from 6 to 8 p.m., Monday, Sept. 18, and again Monday, Oct. 16. Preregistration is required by calling The Wellness Community at 227- 1155. For additional information and Shake Your Soul registration, call Barwick at 381-0212. Silver Lotus to start fall classes The Silver Lotus Training Institute and Center for Healing Arts reopens for yoga classes when its fall season starts Monday, Sept. 11 with a week of free classes in tai chi, yoga and Shake Your Soul, which is a live- ly dance form. Based on a thera- peutic approach to yoga and tai chi, the classes at Silver Lotus are geared toward health and well- ness. Medical studies have shown yoga and tai chi to be beneficial in improving conditions such as back pain, heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, arthritis, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue. All teachers at Silver Lotus are highly qualified, fully certified and registered with the National Yoga Alliance. All are trained in yoga therapeutics and adaptation to the individual needs. Teachers fit the style of movement to the student's needs rather than expecting the person to fit the postures or movements. The institute specializes in assisting people with problem conditions learn how to use yoga and tai chi to benefit their health. Silver Lotus is also in partner- ship with The Delaware Wellness community and provides tai chi and yoga classes to those whose lives have been touched by can- cer. Free classes begn Monday Sept. 11, and continue through Saturday, Sept. 16. There will be an open house with demonstra- tions and healthy snacks from 1 to 4 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 17. The fall semester is Sept. 18 through Nov. 11. For details, call 226-0401 or visit' www.silverlotusyoga.org. Daniel Mears photo Restless Ladies support breast cancer fight The Restless Ladies - Sherri Stewart, Alysia Dambrogi, Carrie Koster, Cheryl Baldwin and Jenn Lester - participated in the 13th Annual Capt. Steve Harman Poor Girls Open Fishing Tournament, Aug. 17, and raised $500 for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. The women fished with Capt. Sean Lasher and mate Rich Hastings. While trolling the bal. lyhoo at the Sausages the group reeled in a 70.4-pound blue fin tuna. However, the fish wes- n't large enough to win a cash prize. With 112 boats of lady anglers all helping to hook a cure for breast cancer, the tournament was able to donate $50,000 to the American Cancer Society. Shown are (l-r) Lester, Koster, Stewart, Baldwin and Dambrogi. Dr. Richard Foxx address autism conference The Second Annual Most at the Coast Conference featuring Dr. Richard Foxx, world renowned behavior analyst, psychologist, author and lecturer will he Saturday, Nov. 4, at Ddver Downs Hotel and Conference Center. The confer- ence will focus on challenging behaviors and fads in autism: what works and what doesn't. It is geared toward professionals and parents. Foxx has written more than 130 scientific publi- cations, made 13 training films and given more than 1,500 talks on the use of behavior principles to treat individuals with autism and other cognitive disabilities. There will he four workshop sessions. The treatment of severe and challenging behavior will focus on the design, implementation and eval- uation of effective educational and treatment strate- gies, methods and skills building strategies. Successful programming in schools will focus on what programmatic and personnel factors to con- sider. Another session on behavior artistry will discuss the behaviors that skillfu! behavior analysts display. The fads and controversies section will examine fads, ideologies and politically based educational and treatment practices. The day begins at 7:30 a.m., with a continental breakfast; the keynote address is at 8:30 a.m. Early registration before Friday, Sept. 15, is $75 for parents and Sussex Consortium staff; it is $100 for all others. Late registration is$120 for every- one. DSHA, ASHA, APA and BACB continuing education credits are available. For more informa- tion call the Lower Delaware Autism Foundation at 644-3410 or visit www.ldaf.com "New Hope For Disc Herniation Sufferers" "Sciatica has puzzled doctors and frustrated patients for years. But now space travel and modern technology may have finally cracked the back pain ahd sciatica code." Those are the enthusiastic words of Dr. Schierl. Dr. Schierl has been using non-surgical spinal decompression - an amazing space age medical breakthrough to treat back pain, disc herniations and sciatica...for two years now. "I was shocked at the results spinal decompression gives in such a short time. And how long those results last...without e side effects of drugs or risk of surgery. I was also shocked that so few doctors in the country know about this amazing new technology." commented Dr. Schierl. 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