There is no age limit to learning and living with purpose. Our Adult Enrichment opportunities vary from guided travel across the country and globe to exploring music, movement, and more right here at home.
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Experiential Anatomy with Annie and Leah:
Recognizing and Repatterning Movement Habits
Habit, imagination, and imagery shape our movement and our bodies. We will be tuning into gravity and space in the body as well as different approaches to viewing the body as a whole. Join longtime CFS dance teacher Annie Dwyer and dancer and choreographer Leah Wilks ‘05 for simple practices you can incorporate into your day to promote efficient movement. 6-7 January 2024 | Details
We're finalizing details for our next body movement workshop with Annie and Leah, 27-28 April 2024. Please stay tuned!
Racial Myth and Memory | Charlottesville
Beloved Community Journey:
Exploring Civil Rights Struggles, Past and Present, in the South
Exploring the Roots of Quakerism in England's Lake District
Find adventure, learning, and reflection in community as we retrace the 17th-century footsteps of George Fox, founder of the Religious Society of Friends--and of Margaret Fell, an early supporter and later his wife--through the beautiful Lake District of northern England. 23-30 June 2024 | Details
Racial Myth and Memory | Wilmington
Coastal Journey | Charleston + Savannah
American Musical Journey | Memphis + Mississippi
Educators across ages and stages and from independent, charter, and traditional public schools are welcome for our Institute for Teaching and Learning programs.
Male-Identifying Teachers of Young Children
This powerful day of connection, rejuvenation, and joy supports male-identifying educators working with preschool and elementary age children. 2024-2025 | Details