Keiki Art+Anatomy Series – IN-PERSON at Still & Moving Center

We are considering offering this series:

Keiki Art+Anatomy Series – IN-PERSON at Still & Moving Center

with Jesse Cohen

Possible times: Mon 3:30 pm or  Tues 4:30 pm or Thurs 2:30 pm.  

Starting mid-August, 2020

If you are interested, kindly let us know by email the time(s) you would be available to attend. Please ask us any questions that you would need answers for. Our scheduling of this series depends on your feedback!

Please email us at info@stillandmovingcenter.com by August 5, 2020.

Still and Moving Center’s Keiki Art+Anatomy class provides children an unique, in-person opportunity to learn in-depth anatomy in a fun, creative, and artistic way. We provide our students with coloring paper large enough to trace their bodies on, and they fill in their various anatomical structures with markers, crayons, and colored pencils. Accompanying the artistic portion of the class are mindful movements to reinforce the physiology that they are learning. 

The class is designed to accommodate safe physical distancing, while providing a fun social atmosphere for the students. This class combines the creative aspects of an art class, with in-depth anatomical knowledge that both helps prepare students for learning the physical sciences as well as how their own body functions. 

Parents attend the first session to help outline their child’s body on the paper. During future sessions, parents are free to go across the street to Whole Foods or go 2 ½ blocks to the beach or….!

This class is a great addition to any homeschooling curriculum or as an exciting extracurricular activity for kids.

 

Here’s what we are doing for safety and physical distancing: 

For sanitation purposes, please come with your own drawing supplies. We provide the drawing paper.

 

Still & Moving center is very diligent about maintaining our health and safety protocols.  

For your health and those around you, and in accordance with public regulations,  Still & Moving Center has adopted the following measures to minimize contagion.

  1. As of July 2020, in-person classes are limited to a maximum of: 12 students in the Barefoot Ballroom. Each student is given a designated square to work in, spatially distanced.
  2. Due to limited class sizes, students who wish to attend classes in person need to register in advance through our website.

 

  1. By entering the building you agree to follow these protocols:

7 POINT PROTOCOL LIST

    1. Wear a FACEMASK IN CLASS and throughout the building.
    2. Wash your hands before entering building and sanitize frequently thereafter
    3. Receive a touchless temperature reading upon entering: 100 degrees or more, no entry.
    4. Bring your own yoga mat and equipment, or you can rent or buy it from us.
    5. If possible, remove yourself from the room to cough or sneeze. If you cannot, cough/sneeze into your inner elbow. Leave the building for the day if you continue to cough or sneeze.
    6. Maintain spatial distance of 6 feet in class and throughout the building.
    7. Bring in your own water, and eat outside the building. (You may rent or buy: mats, bolsters, blankets, blocks and straps.)

Mahalo for your kokua in protecting your own health and the health of those around you!

 

(Photo from August 2018)

Jesse Cohen

Jesse has taught anatomy, chess and martial arts to children for years. He’s a licensed acupuncturist and teaches adult qigong classes

Jesse helps all his students to develop the patient determination and positive intention. In this way we transform ourselves and our circumstances to manifest greater states of coexistence and happiness. Having first studied Qi Gong in 2006, Jesse intensified his practice in 2013 when he began studying with Master Jonah Chin. Since then he has taught classes, workshops and seminars in Canada, throughout the West Coast of the United States, and here on island.

Now a licensed, practicing acupuncture in Hawaii, Jesse originally graduated from Oshio College of Oriental Medicine in Victoria, BC with a degree in Acupuncture and East Asian Herbalism. During his time in Victoria he began working to spread people’s access to studying and training in the healing arts. Before embarking on the path of a healer, Jesse found professional success as an entrepreneur with businesses focused on education, marketing, and sales. He brings a passion for developing organizations with social values, healing, and teaching.

 

 

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