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POSTPONED – Crissy Field’s Unbelievable Rock Balancing Artists

Learn to make your own gravity-defying art from SF’s top rock balancers
By - posted 4/5/2016 No Comment

The Rock Balancing Lessons have been postponed due to rain. The new date is Saturday, August 6, 2016.

Watch and join in the amazing gravity-defying art of rock balancing near the Golden Gate Bridge.

Dozens of artists worldwide are part of a global balanced rock sculpture movement, and two of them have invited you to learn the practice of creating these serene, temporary sculptures from rocks at Crissy Field.

Rock Balancing Art & Lessons
Saturday, April 9, 2016 | 11 am to 1 pm
Crissy Field (near Warming Hut Cafe, 983 Marine Dr., San Francisco)
FREE – RSVP on Facebook or email rsvpstacking@gmail.com

The event is hosted by Bill Dan and Zach Pine and takes place at Crissy Field, just east of the Warming Hut Cafe (view map). Please note, rain will cancel.

Rock stacking is “an art form, a working meditation practice, a tangible connection to earth, an avenue for self-discovery and personal growth, a playful exploration of the force of gravity and other laws of physics, a paradigm for solo and group empowerment, a form in which to practice equanimity during collapse and rebuilding, and a joyful and moving way to connect with others and with the environment.” – Zach Pine, artist and instructor

Balance is not just the physical part; it involves what is in your mind“ – Bill Dan, artist and instructor