We lost two of music’s greatest artists this year, and to honor their legacy, the theme of this year’s annual order Lyrica samples Hundred Dollar Singles show is inspired by the songs, music, and artistry of David Bowie and Prince. We will feature the work of 14 artists, each with their own unique interpretations. Join us for the opening on August 5th from 6:30-9:30. This year’s event threatens to be larger, cooler, more purple, and even spacier than last year.
I am thrilled that PulsePDX is partnering with Dan O’Neill, L.Ac. for our Serenity Workshops which will blend Melt, restorative stretching, and acupuncture. I first learned of Dan 4-years ago when I was going through the Melt Method training. Sue Hitzman, the creator of Melt, is a huge proponent of acupuncture and the many ways it supports the body’s natural healing abilities and works to eliminate pain. Each time Sue returned to Portland for the training she would book an appointment with Dan and then rave to her participants about her amazing acupuncture session. As a professional body worker, she has very high standards and expectations which Dan exceeded. I can confirm that the praise was very justified as he has helped me through a torn rotator cuff, knee pain, and most recently provided an amazing degree of pain relief leading up to my foot surgery.
Our first four Serenity Workshops sold out and were a huge success. We will be adding more dates starting in January. Check back for how you can reserve your spot in upcoming session!
buy prednisone 5mg Dan’s Bio
order metformin 500 mg online Daniel O’Neill is a Licensed Acupuncturist and holds a Masters of Science in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine with over 9 years of clinical experience. As an athlete and kinesthetic learner he has a passion and specialty in treating sports medicine and musculoskeletal pain using effective, gentle, side-effect-free methods rooted in a holistic, practical view of the human body. He’s grateful for the opportunity to share this medicine and help others with a wide variety of other ailments including insomnia, hormonal imbalances, stress, fatigue, motor vehicle accidents and many more. He practices at PulsePDX on Thursday afternoons and accepts most insurances. To schedule an appointment, or to see other places where he practices visit his website at oneilloreintalmedicine.com.
This time of year always puts us in the mood for parties, gift giving, reconnecting with friends, and helping to make the holidays special for those less fortunate. Since it can be hard to find the time for all of those activities, we decided to combine them all into one event! Please join us on December 5th from 7:00-10:00 p.m. for our first Holiday Mingle featuring a new gallery opening, gift items from the Pulse community, holiday refreshments, live music, and a food drive for the Oregon Food Bank.
Featured Artist in the Pulse Gallery
Pulse Community Vendors
- Cristina Yen with Yen for Chocolate
- Jeannine Runyan with Chloe and Isabel Jewelry
- Lily Caputo with Retablos ornamental facades
- Arlene Anderson with Vozee custom leather accessories
- Kevin Kanyo with Kan Yo Fuse – Fused Glass Jewelry and Art
- Karina Dale with all natural soaps and jewelry
- Tonya Hobbs with doTERRA essential oils
- Kat Marvin with handmade bath products
- Sarah Lynch with crochet items, jewelry, magnets, and other crafty items
- and more being added!
Admission is free, but donations of canned food for the Oregon Food Bank will be gladly accepted. Each person that brings at least 2 cans of food will earn a raffle ticket towards a gift basket full of special gift items from our Pulse community vendors. If you would like to participate in the food drive but can’t attend the event, just bring in your food donation between November 15th and December 5th.
At PulsePDX, we get excited about any fitness formats that have YouTube videos with the following disclaimer:
“***WARNING*** This video is intended for those looking to raise their heart rate, change their mood, and just have a good time dancing!”
Since those are three of our favorite things to do, we can’t wait to host our first GROOV3 Master Class on Saturday, October 24th from 4:00-5:30pm with Faith Idemundia!
Faith’s Bio: Faith is an LA native. She’s always had a passion for dance/movement — jazz, salsa & merengue, hip hop – and she loves people. Since its start, Faith has loved the way GROOV3 brings together dance and dance fitness, along with fostering community; so much so that she became a certified instructor. Faith really loves that GROOV3 is accessible to all dance levels, so no matter what your dance experience, you’ll leave her class feeling like a dance superstar — that’s what it’s all about! Get ready — true to GROOV3’s motto, Faith will have you “Dance, Sweat, Live” during this choreographed dance party. She’ll give you a little “sassy” but mostly “sweet”. You can expect some booty shaking and body rolls, but Faith will always encourage you to make it your own. Come get FUNK’D and get your GROOV3 on with her! This connection is what Faith finds so inspiring and electric!
Class description: Founded by professional dancer and choreographer Benjamin Allen, GROOV3 is a one-hour, high-energy, dance-your-butt off cardio funk class with a LIVE DJ. Targeting non-professionals, GROOV3 has an emphasis on
- BOOSTING CONFIDENCE
- WEIGHT LOSS
- OVERALL SENSE OF WELL-BEING
With simple combinations made for all levels, see why GROOV3 will change the way you view fitness! GROOV3 your way to a healthier lifestyle…DANCE, SWEAT, LIVE!
Early Bird pricing of just $13 is available through October 3rd, so buy tickets soon to save some money!
Beth Kerschen, Anthony Papini, Scott Erwert, Ben Friedle
Pulse PDX gallery is pleased to announce a new exhibition of artwork by 4 artists using the shared visual vocabulary of the urban landscape. While each artist has a unique point of view, their combined works hold together as a theme through their use of similar elements: explorative looseness, expressive color and texture, and a shared interest in the urban environments that surround them.
Show runs from May 30 – July 28, Opening Reception on Saturday, May 30 at 7:00pm.
About the artists:
Beth Kerschen blends architecture, urban details and fleeting moments to tell a richly layered story. Her collaged photo etchings remind us of the urban expression of a city: historic buildings, unique skylines, restored vintage signage, or an oddly painted door. Her work captures this humanity of the urban landscape. For her etchings, Beth use a polymer photogravure technique to translate photographic elements into printed form wherein several plates are combined into a single scene. The composite scenes build a narrative that represents how she experiences the world in an attempt to create a feeling of nostalgia, permanence and personality.
Anthony Papini was born in Sacramento, California in 1983. A prolific painter, Anthony’s work has been exhibited in San Francisco at Rollup Gallery, Mojie Gallery and Bocchus Gallery. He is represented in the permanent Collection at the J. David Gladstone Institutes where his painting is displayed with the works of Wayne Thiebaud. In 2011 Anthony completed a painting a day for the entire year. He has been coined as “The Painter of Traffic”.
Ben Friedle is a NY native, living in Portland, who creates natural and industrial landscapes with an expressive use of oil paints, mediums and color. He began painting in 1999 after spending a summer in Moscow and being deeply moved by the abundance of master works in every genre of art. Most comfortable on larger canvases Ben applies rhythm to the brush strokes that you can hear and see. His pieces for this show were painted as a series, where each session was a rapid sprint of freeform painting over multiple applications, without agonizing over the movements. This spirit of expression is rooted in the appreciation for improvisation, originality and musicianship. Our desire for both abundance and pristine landscapes is a paradox. Ben plans to conquer apathy with art.
Scott Erwert is a native Oregonian who lives and works in Portland. As a current member of North Coast Seed studios, he has worked and exhibited all along the West Coast, including: SFMOMA gallery, Gallery One Embarcadero, Oakland Museum of California, Ghetto Gourmet art events, CAP Art Auction, Star Wars Celebration, Comic and Pop conventions nationwide, Multnomah Arts Center, as well as various galleries and event spaces throughout Portland. He has instructed painting events at Portland Art Museum with Bottle and Bottega, and his artwork has been published by Abrams Books, Del Rey, Random House, Scholastic and Lucasfilm. Drawing on two decades of experience, his work meshes classic education and a respect of art history, with personal innovation and discovery of the world around him.
Juany Rangel Bio
In 2007, Juany Rangel took her first Zumba class as a way to get in shape after having her second child – and was immediately hooked! Not only did Zumba help her lose 50 lbs.; it completely changed her life and has enriched it in so many wonderful ways.
Juany is certified in Zumba Basic 1 & 2, Zumba Toning, Aqua Zumba and CPR/AED and is currently in process of obtaining her AFFA certification. With over 10 years’ experience as a dancer and choreographer Juany is an expert in a wide variety of dance rhythms like Cumbia, Reggaeton, Merengue, Salsa and Hip Hop just to name a few.
Juany’s infectious energy and unique style, makes her one of the most sought after Zumba instructors around. She’s made television appearances on “El Show de Pepe”; has been interviewed on the “El Show de Vanessa Carias” radio show; and featured in “Red Social Hispania” magazine. Juany is also credited with hosting the first-ever Northern California Fitness Concert (NCFC) featuring Watatah Fiah Lion in 2013. Juany is currently working on NCFC 2 and 3 which will feature Pedro Camacho and El Chevo in February 2015 and back by popular demand, Watahah Fiah Lion in November 2015!
Juany has performed with internationally known instructors and artists like Watatah Fiah Lion, Pedro Camacho, El Chevo and William The Wild Shaker; as well as with William Flores (from Sweden), Martin Mitchell (from Italy) and Muh Arruda (from Brazil). Juany’s also shared a Las Vegas stage with Latin Pop singer Michelle Gutty. In addition to being an incredibly talented dancer, Juany is an equally skilled choreographer and has choreographed music videos for groups like Los Nicas de La Lleka.
Additionally Juany has collaborated with Zumba Education Specialists Aileen Padilla, Alfredo Padilla and Abraham Hernandez; assisting them with trainings and has done shows and master classes in Las Vegas, Reno, Sacramento, Silicon Valley and all throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
Juany’s also an outstanding philanthropists and has hosted Zumba events to help raise money for BAWAR (Bay Area Women Against Rape), FUNCAMA Camacho Maceo Foundation and Latina Leadership Network.
Juany became a Zumba instructor because of her passion for culture and dance; but remains as such because of her commitment and deep desire to help people reach their physical goals and truly transform their lives.
People come to Pulse for the music, for the movement, and for the fun and community every week. Now mix into that stimulating weekly cocktail some ART! Come celebrate with us on Saturday, March 7 at 7:00 p.m. as we hold our very first art opening at PulsePDX. We are so excited to start activating the waiting and lobby areas of the building with original and fine art. This separate effort will now be called Pulse Gallery and it will be hosting a series of featured artists throughout the year.
Our first artist to showcase is Scott Erwert. Scott is a native Oregonian who lives and works in Portland. A current member of North Coast Seed Studios, he has worked and exhibited all along the West Coast, including: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Gallery; Gallery One Embarcadero (San Francisco); Oakland Museum of California; Maitri (San Francisco); Ghetto Gourmet (Oakland); Raising a Reader (Bay Area); CAP Art Auction (Portland); Star Wars Celebration (LA and Florida); Portland Comic Con; Multnomah Arts Center (Portland); as well as various galleries and spaces throughout Portland. He has instructed various painting events with Bottle and Bottega at local venues around the city, including the Portland Art Museum. His artwork has been published by Abrams Books, Del Rey, Random House, Scholastic and Lucasfilm. Drawing on two decades of experience, his work meshes classic education and a respect of art history, with personal innovation. Scott continues to exhibit in local solo and group shows, and donates time and work to various charities and non-profit art events.
The gallery opening is free. You can meet and greet with the artist, discuss the work, get dressed up and snap photos with friends, and enjoy complimentary wine. Also, be sure to extend this invitation to friends who might also appreciate Scott’s artwork—the more, the merrier!
Mark your calendars, we can’t wait to kick off this fabulous new part of the PulsePDX experience.
Pulse Gallery Opening Night Reception
Saturday, March 7
Click on art for a better view:
This fall and winter, PulsePDX is proud to be hosting a series of Master Classes. What exactly does that mean, though? In Zumba-speak, these are any classes that are not part of the regular Zumba schedule. They frequently are a little longer than your average class and have something special about them such as a visiting teacher or a focus on a certain rhythm. Any licensed Zumba teacher can hold a Master Class.
At Pulse, we always want to take things a little bit farther though! We don’t want to just dance for a little longer, we want to be inspired! We want to dance with the people who are at the top of their field—the people that will make us fall in love with Zumba all over again.
With this goal in mind, we are excited to be kicking off our season of Master Classes with Zumba® Education Specialist (ZES) and International Fitness Presenter Abraham Hernandez on November 15th at 4:00pm. As a ZES, Abraham travels around a 6-state region, training and licensing new Zumba teachers in Zumba, Zumba Toning, Aqua Zumba, and Zumba Sentao. He truly is a master at what he does and he never fails to inspire with his high-energy, easy-to-follow routines.
You can learn more about Abraham at his website abrahamhernandez.zumba.com.
It is such an honor for us to host Abraham for the 3rd time and we hope you will join us in an evening of Zumba at its absolute best! Tickets are very limited, so please buy yours early to secure your spot!
All aboard Portland’s top Halloween cruise! PulsePDX has hosted an annual costume dance party for several years and 2014 is going to be the best yet. We are taking over the sensational Portland Spirit—an apt name for the schooner that will transport us into the mysterious realms of the supernatural. Plan your costume and get ready to dress up to dance with us out on the waves long into the night!
Here are all the necessary details:
- Friday, October 24
- Board the Portland Spirit at 10:30 p.m. by the Salmon Street Fountain
- Ages 21 and up only
Tickets are available for purchase at the ship. Or you can get them cheaper if you buy them in advance online. This is a super fun way to kick off the Halloween season in spectacular fashion. Check out a gallery of photos from Rock the Boat 2013 and imagine yourself out there rocking the boat yourself!
If you have questions, don’t hesitate to contact us. While you make your reservation online, enjoy this throwback dance hall number to get you in the mood:
And then here’s another number from just a couple of years ago that is closer to the energy you’re going to find on the Portland Spirit on October 24!