September 24 – 26, 2021 • Sedalia, VA
Workshops All Weekend
Derrick & Paige Jackson
Mountain Run Farm
WOOD FIRED POTTERY
From Harrisonburg, Virginia, Ryan Clark Slocum is a multi-disciplined artist committed to building a brighter world through creativity. He is an active DJ, producer, videographer, and educator who leads with vulnerability and curiosity. Ryan is currently breaking...
Exploding from the Roanoke Valley in Virginia, 1 North 3 South brings together four long-time musicians who push the boundaries of classic tunes as well as creating original music ranging from alternative country to blues to groovin’ rock-n-roll. Come check out this up-and-coming band and shake a leg!
Hailing from Bedford County, Virginia, Adam Markham has been performing for audiences for more than forty years. Though his vocals are usually accompanied by acoustic guitar and harmonica, he also can be seen playing banjo, mandolin and ukulele…
Formed in 2021 exclusively for Mountain Run Jam comes a band formed from the fires of Hades and by the hammer of Hephaestus. Or they could just be members of The Deems, Disco Risque, Darzo, and Choose Your Own Adventure looking for a tasty snack. You pick. We’re still not sure either.
Kimberly Williams is a dynamic multi-instrumentalist from Coleman Falls, Virginia. She has been playing the Celtic harp for over 20 years and has studied with well known Celtic harpers from Ireland, Scotland, and the US. Originally a saxophonist, she has followed her...
David Mahler, a Lynchburg, Virginia based musician, began playing the hammered dulcimer at the age of ten. Four years later, in 2004, he competed and won the title of US National Champion (setting the record for the youngest contestant to ever win.) David is quite...
This is a well rounded practice, balancing strength building, flexibility, breath and meditation. The focus of this practice will be moving in unison with the breath and connecting to the freedom of the present moment. Suitable for all experience levels. Bio: Jessica...
Ben will lead his annual herd hike where we will walk through the farm to the cows while he edifies us in the subtle art of managing animals holistically to heal the land, water cycle, and farm ecosystems—how a well managed herd can be a force of immense good.
A renowned master of Asian martial arts, Master Jesse Teasley has specialized in Tai Chi Chuan for forty years. Born and raised in New York, he has studied with some of the world’s most famous Tai Chi masters in New York City China Town, Canada, Hong Kong, Shanghai and at the Purple Cloud Temple in the Wu Dang Mountains, the birth place of Tai Chi.
Join Matt and Rachel Palma on a walking tour to visit the pig herd and along the way, see and discuss the benefits the land has seen in the areas the pigs have impacted.
Enjoy the picturesque Mountain Run Farm with a wonderful outdoor yoga practice. We will explore strong, healthy movements for any age and body. Coupled with meditative practices, our time together will leave you limber and lively for the rest of the weekend.
“We gather every year to share land-based skills, music, the arts, and local food in an effort to grow a community that supports farmers, artists, local economies and ecosystems.”