June 8, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Makela Tango Dance Studio
9431 Venice Blvd
Culver City, CA 90232

Come for a casual evening gathering and discover what it means to be radically alive. At Radical Aliveness Institute Community
Nights, there’s space to get vulnerable and feel vital and alive!

This community night is devoted to creating opportunities for all who wish to take a risk and say yes to everything. Feel supported
in our community as you come alive and open to your truth. These evenings include group exercises and opportunities to participate, take risks, get vulnerable. Show something you’ve been longing to show. Do something you’ve dreamed of doing. Feel alive and open to your truth.

When & Where
Held every month on Saturday evenings from 7pm to 9pm
June 8

Makela Tango Dance Studio, 9431 Venice Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232
Parking information: 1 hour metered parking is available on Venice Blvd, and on the side streets is available

What to bring: dress comfortable, water bottle

Cost: Suggested donation of $15, but not required.

If you have questions, please e-mail christina@radicalaliveness.com

About Radical Aliveness Institute
The Radical Aliveness Institute programs move our focus beyond individual power, and toward our larger self. They teach us how to be effective, influential participants in a new socio-political environment where we are all connected, where we can all participate, and where each individual is needed to create the wisdom of the whole.
For more info, visit RadicalAlivness.org

Bob Wheeler is a certified Radical Aliveness and CORE Energetics Practitioner, as well as CFO of the
world-famous The Comedy Store in Hollywood and a certified CPA. He recently launched a new podcast,
Money You Should Ask, which features celebrities sharing their financial stories, conducts Proactive
Abundance, Radical Abundance and Money at its CORE seminars across the USA and internationally,
and his book, The Money Nerve: Navigating the Emotions of Money, explores the emotions
surrounding money management and helps others to gain insight into why their feelings often trigger
financial decisions.