A SPIRITUAL MIND-BODY FITNESS PROGRAM
Yoga-Dance is a rigorous one-hour spiritual fitness program that combines conscious breathing, yoga, ballet, chakra activations, sacred affirmations and improvisational dance in a balanced approach to total well-being. Filmed in sacred power locations of Southern Utah, higher vibrational frequencies are transferred through your participation.
These songs come from early Christian, Jewish and Celtic communities from diverse regions around the Mediterranean. You can readily hear the intersecting influences of different cultures as people moved and shifted throughout the basin. READ MORE
This twenty-five minute fitness DVD for children develops coordination, creativity, problem-solving skills, musicality and self-confidence. It offers a balance between teaching children a structured dance vocabulary and movements they create themselves based off ideas presented. The creative movement of Dance With Us is a synergistic blend of head and heart, thinking and action. It’s a wonderful opportunity for children to expand their physical capabilities, sharpen their minds, and open their hearts to their own creative genius.
In this 30 minute children’s film, 12 year old Jessica is undergoing a difficult time following the death of her parents and move to a new town to live with her Aunt. Through a series
of unusual new friendships and a frightening experience with a school bully, Jessica discovers that despite unexpected and even tragic events, there is a “magic” within each of us that enables us
to see with more than just our eyes and find new meaning in life.
By Scott Schneider as told to Nancy Nachman-Hunt
This is my Mom's inspiring life....
From a single room above a gas station in Blossburg, Pennsylvania, to the 36th floor of a Manhattan high rise, from Beverly Hills to Boulder County, Scott Schneider takes us from her birth in abject poverty, to a life of glamour and celebrity that could only be lived in mid-20th century America. Her friends were the creme de la creme of the entertainment industry, her husband was the president of one of the most successful Hollywood studios. She dined with Aristotle Onassis, greeted royalty, and for years was a regular at the Canne Film Festival. The fame and fortune disappeared. In her book, she offers up life lessons about the fleetingness of it all and the importance of friends and faith.
Paperback. 59 pages with many celebrity photos.