Enough Pie 1630-1 Meeting St Road, Suite 306 Charleston, SC 29405 Map
"Get up offa that thing, and dance till you feel better. Get up offa that thing, and try to release some pressure." - James Brown
WEEKLY! Join EP for MOVEMENT MONDAY at the new Reverb Charleston in the Upper Peninsula. It is in the Pacific Box & Company development in a second story light-filled box above Workshop on Upper King.
This guided class is based on Nia, a movement technique that combines the dance, martial, and healing arts to stimulate physical, mental, and emotional release in one of the most fun workouts you will experience.
Plan to dance barefoot. All are welcome, and all proceeds support Enough Pie, a non-profit using creativity to connect and empower our community.
TIDAL UPRISING: The Role of Spiritual Communities in Protecting Creation
Sunny-day flooding, hurricanes, king tides—Charleston’s neighborhoods are increasingly at risk and experts say it’s going to get worse. A lot worse. But you might be asking yourself, what can a beginner like me do when experts—scientists, economists, and politicians—are deadlocked in disagreement and controversy?
Join Spiritual Ecologist Heather Lyn Mann, faculty member of The Sophia Institute and member of the Contemplative Alliance, for conversation about the growing role of spiritual people and communities in protecting creation. Learn how more and more people of faith see themselves bound in sacred trust with creation, feel called to protect what is sacrosanct for this and future generations—fresh air, fertile soil, clean water, and the multitude of life forms in our midst.