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Let's Lighten Up About Growing Older

A Playful & Mindful Approach to Middle Age and Beyond
Annie Goglia and Amos Alan Lans

Oakland, CA

Sunday, March 18th 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Be Honest...

Do you worry about growing older and all that comes with it?

Do you ask yourself questions like:

Will I be healthy? Attractive?

How do I take care of myself and my aging relatives?

Will I have enough money?

And what's happening to my body and memory? Yikes!


Join us for this playful workshop

Where we will explore these life changes

With a sense of compassion, adventure and humor!

We will learn fun and useful tools to help embrace aging through:

Laughter Yoga

Deep breathing




Healing Movement

and more!

Snacks included!

Cost: $35 Super early bird by February 25th; $45 by March 11th; $55-75 through day of workshop

Registration/Information: Annie Goglia 510/655-1433 cell: 510/282-1279 Email:



2273 Telegraph Avenue (at 23rd St.)
Oakland, CA 94612
InterPlayce is the center of the InterPlay universe. The offices for Body Wisdom, Inc. are also located here. The building is at the corner of 23rd and Telegraph, one block north of West Grand. It is just a few blocks from the 19th Street Downtown Oakland BART station, and on several convenient bus lines. On-street parking is always available at night and metered during the day. It is also easily accessible by several of the major freeways. Click here for a map.
Annie Goglia
Annie Goglia joyfully completed the Interplay Leader Training Program in Spring 2009. Annie coordinates and often leads the InterPlay Women's Class on Monday morning. Her business--LIfefire--includes Lighten Up Your LIfe workshops in which Annie skillfully weaves in InterPlay, Laughter Yoga and her coaching background. She has lead the Oakland Lifefire Laughter Club since 2007. In 2004 she completed her training at New Ventures West Coaching Program. Annie, a Master of Arts in Teaching, is an experienced workshop leader, with 20 years in the human service field and as a peer counselor.
Amos Alan Lans
Amos Alan Lans likes to tell folks, “I became a dancer in my 50’s, thanks to InterPlay!” Amos is one of the three co-leaders of the Thursday evening men’s drop-in class. He loves introducing InterPlay to groups of men, especially gay men, especially older gay men who are learning new ways of enjoying being in their ageing bodies as well as playful ways of connecting with other guys. Letting stories emerge from movement is one of Amos’ favorite InterPlay activities. For 20+ years, Amos set up and taught in public school gardening programs. He now teaches the joys of composting, gardening, and healthy eating to at-risk urban youth in North Oakland’s Dover Street Edible Park, near his home on 61st Street.

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