Join us in the shop every Wednesday from 2-5 with your needlepoint, knitting or crochet work in progress & enjoy an afternoon of stitching. All skill levels welcome.
Join us in the shop every Thursday from 5-7pm with your needlepoint, knitting or crochet work in progress & enjoy an evening of stitching. All skill levels welcome.
Dr. Lindholm, DO, a Neurologist at St. Luke’s Wood River in Hailey specializing in neurodegenerative diseases, will share the results of an informative research project that asked the question: what are some effective habits we can adopt to maintain and even optimize our brain health? Dr. Lindholm has been practicing in the Wood River Valley since 2013 and is also on staff at St. Luke’s Medical Center in Boise. Dr. Lindholm received her degree from Midwestern University in 1991 and her Residency training in Neurology at Rush Medical Center in Chicago in 1995. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Neurology at University of Washington, Department of Medicine, a medical reviewer for Healthwise, and has been practicing Neurology for over 31 years. The Miracle of the Mind programs at The Community Library are presented in partnership with Anita Dromey, Speech-Language Pathologist at St. Luke’s Rehabilitation in Ketchum. Register at www.comlib.org to save your seat.
Hailey Public Library will host “Get Unstuck – From Surviving to Thriving” on Thursday, October 26, at 5:30 PM. The free workshop will help participants gain an understanding of the science behind feeling stuck, followed by easy and effective techniques that help with focus on goals and generate more energy. The instructor, registered nurse and life coach D’Layne Benson, combines 20 years’ experience and a passion for facilitating personal growth. Held at Town Center West.
The Hailey Public Library will host a talk on “Idaho’s Opioid Epidemic – Causes and Solutions” with South Central Public Health education specialist Eli Thompson on Thursday, October 12 from 5:30-7:00 PM at Town Center West. The free talk will help participants understand the current state of the opioid epidemic from a national, state, and local level. Overdose Rescue Kits containing naloxone which reverses an opioid overdose will be available.
Learn how to use strategic retirement and estate planning techniques to maximize your assets, minimize your taxes, and take care of your loved ones and community.
A New Year’s yoga retreat in Stanley, Idaho. Begin your year with nourishing yoga, food, and hot springs in the Sawtooth mountains. Thursday Shuttle service from Sun Valley airport 2pm-4pm Arrivals, tea & biscuits served 4pm-5pm Set intentions, personally and as a group for the retreat 5pm-6:30pm Evening practice 6:30pm-7pm Prepare for dinner 7pm-8pm Dinner 8pm-10pm Relax and decompress in the hot tub Friday 9am-11am Morning practice, meditation & breath work 11:30am-12:30pm Brunch 1pm-3pm Hike to Redfish Lake 3pm-4pm Light lunch 4pm-5pm Guided meditation & tea sampling 5pm-6:30pm Evening practice 7pm-8pm Dinner 9pm Hot springs Saturday 9am-11am Morning Practice, meditation, & breath work 11:30am-12:30pm Brunch 1pm-2:30pm Yin Yoga 3pm-4:30pm Light lunch, tea time, journal/reflect 5pm-6:30pm Evening practice, restorative yoga 7pm-8pm Dinner 9pm Hot springs Sunday 9am-10:30am Morning Practice 11am-12pm Brunch 12:30pm-1pm Closing Meditation 1pm Farewell
3 days of nourishing yoga, meditation, food, and community in the sawtooth mountains with Taryn Smith Movement. Hosted at Triangle C Lodge in Stanley, Idaho. Schedule Friday, september 15 12pm check in, tea time snacks, introductions 2pm kundalini 3pm vinyasa flow 7pm dinner at the Sawtooth Hotel 9pm meditation and sound bath Saturday, september 16 9am-11am morning vinyasa practice, meditation and breath work 12pm brunch at Redfish Lake Lodge 1-6pm a day at the lake! kayaking, boat time, hiking 6pm sunset appetizer cruise 7:30pm wine pairing dinner at Limbert’s 10pm sound bath Sunday, september 17 9am-11am morning vinyasa practice, meditation, & breath work 12pm check out, brunch following at the Stanley Bakery
Lisa Genova, Ph.D., will discuss her latest book, Remember The Science of Memory and The Art of Forgetting at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, August 2 at the Church of the Big Wood in Ketchum. Lisa Genova, Ph.D. is a Harvard-trained neuroscientist and New York Times bestselling author. Inspired by neuroscience and the human spirit, her bestselling work includes Still Alice (now an Oscar-winning film) and Remember The Science of Memory and The Art of Forgetting. Genova is an acclaimed storyteller whose first TED talk, “What You Can Do To Prevent Alzheimer’s” has over eight million views. In this talk, Genova will delve into the fascinating world of memory and why some memories stick with us while others fade away. She will explore the various factors that can influence memory, including age, genetics, and lifestyle choices, and offer particular tips for maintaining good brain health and memory function as we age. The event is free to the community. To reserve a seat, follow the link below. https://www.slwrf.org/speaker-series-event/
Introducing the Sun Valley Joy Summit – A Revolutionary Wellness Festival for Mind, Body, and Soul KETCHUM, ID –Event organizers are thrilled to announce an upcoming wellness event, Sun Valley Joy Summit (SVJS), which aims to inspire and empower individuals to embrace happiness and prioritize their well-being. This event will take place on July 31 to Aug. 4 at various locations in Ketchum and will feature a range of activities and experiences designed to promote joy, positivity, and self-care. SVJS brings together thought leaders, experts, and enthusiasts from various wellness disciplines to inspire individuals on their personal wellness journeys. “We believe that joy is an essential part of living a fulfilling life,” said Hillary Anderson, event organizer. “SVJS will provide a platform for individuals to come together, learn from experts, and explore practices that can bring more happiness and well-being into their lives. We want to create an event that inspires and empowers attendees to prioritize their own self-care journey.” The inaugural gathering is tailored to like-minded individuals, wellness enthusiasts, and experts who believe in the transformative power of cultivating joy in our lives. This event will offer a holistic approach to well-being, focusing on mental, physical, and emotional health. …
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