FREE Wellness Event Series

Wellness Event Series tai Chi, Meditation, Yoga, Therapeutic Horticulture, Meditative Art

All events are outside and free to the public! Please be sure to register to guarantee your spot at the events of your choosing.

It’s great news that Governor Kate Brown has lifted restrictions for face coverings for anyone fully vaccinated for COVID-19. For now, we will still require masks or face coverings for those who attend events- even outdoors. We are waiting for further guidelines from the Oregon Health Authority and we appreciate your understanding and your efforts to keep all of us safe and healthy. We will keep updated as things are changing quickly. Thank you for your continued support. We hope to see you at our events!

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Meditative Art

paint pallet, brush, and smudges

Saturday, May 1, 2021
10 am - 11 am
Greenway Park

Rain or shine

9100 SW Parkview Loop, Beaverton, OR  97008

Parking on street

Join us for a socially distanced, outdoor, meditative art class in the park. This class will show you how to use art as a conduit for meditation and mindfulness. We will start with breathing exercises to relax our minds and bodies. Then we will work with your choice of available art materials to learn accessible ways to utilize art and creativity to become more mindful and relaxed. You will leave the experience with the skills to make meditative art a part of your daily practice. Let your creativity flow!

All ages and skill levels are welcome. Materials will be provided including markers, paint, canvases, colored pencils, and paper. 
There are no more spaces available for Meditative Art 

Tai Chi and Meditationman practicing Tai Chi in park

Saturday, May  8 & 22
11 am - 12 pm
Evelyn M. Schiffler Memorial Park 

Weather permitting

An instructor from Body & Brain of Beaverton will be leading a Tai Chi and Meditation experience.
Body & Brain centers offer a form of Tai Chi called DahnMuDo, which means "The Way of Limitless Energy." In this class you'll learn a series of slow, flowing, energy-balancing movements derived from Qigong and the martial arts, based on Tai Chi principles. Tai Chi exercises can also serve as a form of meditation.

Tai Chi energy balancing exercises are great for people of all ages and can be adapted for your own abilities. Click to register
Tai Chi & Meditation May 8
Tai Chi & Meditation May 22


woman in meditative yoga pose in park

Saturday, May 15, 2021
Active Yoga
10am - 11am 
 Adaptive Yoga 
11:30am - 12:30am
Spanish Yoga 
1pm - 2pm 
Evelyn M. Schiffler 

Memorial Park
Weather permitting

10am-11am  Active Yoga: Join us for 60 minutes of active yoga to shake off the mental and physical cobwebs of the week! This class will allow you to breathe and move and maybe event break a sweat! You can expect an empowering and dynamic sequence of postures set to an upbeat music playlist. Bring your mat and join us for an hour of fun! Click to register Active Yoga

11:30am - 12:30pm  Adaptive Yoga for Individuals with Special Needs: Join us for 60 minutes of accessible yoga for individuals with special needs. This class will be mostly seated (chairs provided) and will include breathwork, movement, and meditation catered to all abilities. Grab a friend and join us - all levels welcome! Click to register Adaptive Yoga

1pm - 2pm Yoga para Hispanohablantes Esta clase se enfoca en energizar a todo el cuerpo y te conecta con tu yo resiliente. Nos moveremos con atención, y con mucha conciencia y curiosidad. Todes son bienvenidos. ¡Les espero! Clic para registrarse Yoga para Hispanohablantes

Therapeutic Horticulture


Saturday, May 29, 2021
session 1
10 am - 11 am
session 2
11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Greenway Park
Rain or shine

9100 SW Parkview Loop, Beaverton, OR  97008

For better directions click this link and then choose your favorite navigation app from those listed in the box in the upper left. This will give you directions to the exact location.

Parking on street

Therapeutic Horticulture is the purposeful use of plants and plant materials by a registered horticultural therapist (HTR), to improve the well-being of the participants. 

Please join us for one of our most popular projects- Creating a custom mini-houseplant terrarium!  Your unique terrarium is yours to keep (One terrarium per household, please). 

We will provide plants and all necessary materials, as well as clear instructions and terrarium care guide. Participants provide their willingness to engage their creativity, play with plants, and interact with neighbors in safe, distanced, outdoor environment.

This activity will be appropriate for all ages. Children younger than 9 will need adult assistance to complete the project. Children 13 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. 

*Each hour long Therapeutic Horticulture session will be limited to 30 people. The class material will be the same for each session.
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Therapeutic Horticulture Session 1
Therapeutic Horticulture Session 2

Minors 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all events above.  

* Event size will be limited to 50 people unless otherwise noted.  Register to guarantee your spot at the event(s) of your choice. 

Events will follow all OHA and CDC COVID-19 Safety Guidelines. Social distancing and face coverings or medical grade masks are required.