FEEL THE BEAT — Steve Bell, in pink, leads a drum circle for participants to work on their rhythm. Bell will lead a similar circle during the retreat on Sept. 28.
SPRINGVILLE — Springville Center for the Arts is partnering with Laurelin Farms in Collins to offer an early autumn retreat filled with the rhythms of horses, drumming and yoga on Saturday, Sept. 28, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Musician Steve Bell will open the event to participants of all skill levels, with a drum circle echoing the natural rhythms of horses.
Artist and Laurelin Farms owner, Caroline North, will follow the group drumming with individualized riding lessons, connecting participants and horses with a relationship in rhythm. When not riding, retreat-goers may choose to attend a yoga session with painter and yoga instructor Kristin Rogers or sketch and journal the day’s moments while enjoying the beauty and solitude of the surrounding fall landscape. A catered lunch is included. Full details about retreat and other fall workshops are available at SpringvilleArts.org
. Space is limited. Those interested in attending the retreat should reserve their spot by calling 592-9038.