NOTICE OF VACANCY CITY OF BISHOP
PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 54974, notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Bishop announces an unscheduled vacancy on the Planning Commission. This appointment will be in effect until the end of the term on November 26, 2018.
Applications and descriptions of duties and responsibilities of the commission are available at City Hall and on the City’s website at http://www.cityofbishop.com
Applications will be accepted until the close of business at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, October 20, 2017.
Wild Iris, a community-based non-profit agency, is committed to promoting, providing and sustaining programs of education and prevention, crisis intervention, advocacy and support for those affected by domestic violence, child abuse, and sexual assault. Our vision is for non-violent relationships based on dignity, respect, compassion, and equality.
Click here to donate or for more information on the official Wild Iris website.
Mark your calendars! Eastern Sierra Audubon is happy to have guest speaker, Ron Oriti, for its first program of 2017/2018! This presentation will focus on the other winged creatures that occur in the Eastern Sierra. Ron will be discussing dragonflies in general, the many species found in our area, and show many beautiful photos!
Doors open at 6:30 pm with the presentation starting at 7:00 pm
Eastern Sierra Dragonflies
hen: Wed., Oct. 18 (7-8pm)
Where: US Land Management Bureau, 351 Pacu Ln, Bishop, CA 93514
Do you have a passion for movement and would like to develop a better understanding of the moving body? Are you a movement instructor or student (yoga, Pilates, martial arts, dance, coach, personal trainer)? Are you abodyworker who would like to better understand your client's body off the table? Are you recovering from an injury or living with pain, and would like to be an informed participant in your own healing process? Come learn to better help your clients and yourself!!
Move beyond muscle origins, insertions, and actions...take your learning up a notch!
Each workshop in this 5-part series will cover the following topics per region of the body: anatomy, optimal joint biomechanics, common dysfunctions, visual and palpatory, assessment, manual correctives, corrective exercises, and current research trends.
Price for the series: Early bird $325 before September 16th; $400 after.
- Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017 – Foundational Concepts: movement terminology, motor-sensory nervous system, muscles, joints, fascia, alignment, efficiency, cuing, core, posture, mobility-stability, injuries, and pain science
- Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017 – Spine, Pelvis, Core (including Pelvic Floor), & Breathing
- Sunday, Dec. 10, 2016 – Neck, Ribcage, Thoracic Spine & Shoulder Girdle
- Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018 – Feet & Gait
- Sunday, Feb. 5, 2018 – Hips and Knees
When: Workshops will meet 9am-3pm
Where: FlowMotion Pilates, 168 W. Line St, Bishop, CA.
Register: flowmotiontherapy.com or 760-920-2284
Space is limited...click here to sign up! https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/classic/ws?studioid=1751&stype=-8&sView=day&sLoc=0&date=10%2F15%2F17
Rehabilitative Movement Specialist Margy Verba has been in practice for over 20 years. She has studied under a wide range of leading international educators, and her teaching is a unique blend of therapeutic movement and manual modalities. For many years, she has taught biomechanics/anatomy to bodyworkers, as well as in several yoga and Pilates teacher trainings.
“Margy is an excellent problem-solver with a vast working knowledge of the body, movement, and anatomy. She knows how to look at dysfunction and pain from all angles and is able to create exercise programs that will most benefit her students, She is a life-long learner who constantly hungers for new information and has a great understanding of the evidence and research. This is exactly the type of instructor you need.” Sarah Wagner, DPT, Rehab Services/Wellness Center Manager, Mendocino Coast District Hospital
Do you know someone interested in becoming a resource family (foster parent)? Inyo County has children in need of a home. Resource Families can provide emergency care, short term care or long term. It's up to the family. We need homes across the county, including in our tribal communities so please share this to local sites. Children come into the system at all ages...homes are needed not just for young children, but also for adolescents. Our older children, whether coming into care through CPS or through Probation, experience trauma just like the young ones. If you are someone who works well with teens... Even when they are behaving in the "butt-head" way teens do, this may be for you because they still need the structure, safety and love of a home! While the link attached is a couple of years old, it remains relevant.
Please view and call if this is for you or pass it to someone you think would be interested.
Become A Foster Parent
Inyo County Health & Human Services