Come explore the ancient practices that made Asian warriors legendary and apply the teachings to your modern life. These classes teach the participant how to cope with change, think under pressure, manage stress, breath efficiently, improve balance and develop resilience. An experiential education class through movement, meditation and verbal negotiation. Taught by Erika Ramelli of Better Humans LLC.
Pack a healthy lunch and join top wellness experts for a weekly lunchtime lecture. Learn about the newest breakthroughs in traditional medicine, as well as the application of ancient practices for our modern-day health concerns. Each class is free for Friends of the Crow Collection, $10 for the public. Space is limited; for reservations please call 214-979-6438.
September 4 | Improving Productivity ERIKA RAMELLI
September 11 | Meditation ERIKA RAMELLI
September 18 | Spice Lecture Series: Introduction to an Indian Spice Box SAPNA PUNJABI-GUPTA
September 25 | No lecture due to construction
October 2 | Five Steps to Detox ERIKA RAMELLI
October 9 | Spice Lecture Series: Healing Power of Spices and Spice Blends in Everyday Cooking SAPNA PUNJABI-GUPTA
October 16 | How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep ERIKA RAMELLI
October 23 | Slow Art AMY LEWIS HOFLAND
October 30 | Stress Management and the Body ERIKA RAMELLI
November 6 | Finding Wellness AMY LEWIS HOFLAND
November 13 | Personal Power and Protection ERIKA RAMELLI
November 20 | Spice Lecture Series: Spices for the Fall Season SAPNA PUNJABI-GUPTA
November 27 | No lecture due to Thanksgiving holiday
December 4 | Stress Management and Balance ERIKA RAMELLI
December 11 | This Is All I Need for Health ERIKA RAMELLI
Featured Wellness 101 Instructors:
Erika Ramelli is a certified stress management coach, Pranic Healer, and the Founder of Better Humans LLC . She has lectured all over the world and believes in achieving physical and emotional balance through non-invasive mental, nutritional, business, and alternative techniques.
Sapna Punjabi-Gupta, MS, RDN, LD, is a Clinical Dietitian and Vegetarian Lifestyle Facilitator and Coordinator for the state of Texas for Vegetarian Nutrition Dietetic Practice Group. She combines her formal education in Western and Ayurvedic nutrition with the practical knowledge and experience gained from her mother and guru about the power of food on all five senses.
The transformational power of yoga for individuals, relationships, and communities comes alive every Thursday night at the Crow Collection. Join SYNC Yoga & Wellbeing for a safe and accessible asana practice, with diverse styles and emphases represented by the instructors’ unique skills and interests.
Kids Club is a partnership among the Dallas Museum of Art, Crow Collection of Asian Art, Dallas Zoo, Perot Museum of Nature and Science, and the Trinity River Audubon Center. By joining Kids Club, your family receives special benefits from all five organizations. To sign up, become a Friend of the Crow Collection at the Pearl level or higher today.
The Crow Collection of Asian Art introduces a hands-on art class for all ages on the second Saturday of each month. These studio sessions include instruction and guidance from an experienced artist, followed by the opportunity to explore new skills with an in-depth art project. Instructor Tammy Yalagadda Bardwell, owner of Studio Bella, combines her backgrounds in design and education to teach different mediums of art using the Montessori approach. Free for Friends of the Crow Collection, $10 for the public. Supplies are included. Space is limited; for reservations please call 214-979-6438.
Under the guidance of certified meditation instructor, Michael LaValle, discover the art of mindfulness: deliberately paying attention to present experiences with an open heart and non-judgmental curiosity.
A growing amount of research continues to show that mindfulness practices enhance concentration, clarity, insight, and resilience to life challenges, in addition to reducing stress and improving sense of well-being. Mindfulness exercises also help people cultivate compassion for others while expanding their capacity for gratitude and joy.
Mindfulness meditation is non-religious and open to both beginner and advanced practitioners. Please dress comfortably. Chairs and cushions are supplied.
Michael LaValle, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and meditation teacher in Dallas. He specializes in the use of mindfulness-based interventions in the treatment of depression, anxiety, attachment wounds, and trauma. He offers Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) courses based on the program developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the Center for Mindfulness. He is a meditation teacher certified by the Oasis Institute/Center for Mindfulness, University of Massachusetts Medical School. Learn more at www.drmichaellavalle.com