You are not our customer. You are our cherished guest!
Now serving good-tasting kava
The organic alternative to alcohol!
Plus! Kava chocolate bars & kava hot chocolate!
Evening events are free & no reservations needed!
So, a rabbi and a nanny walk into a bar…and they start to sing.
Keirsten Hill-Douglass and Larry Bach started playing together in January of 2016. They met via the world wide web when Keirsten posted an ad seeking a guitarist to help her finish a song she’d written. From their first practice a set list of well loved songs ranging from Bob Dylan to Amy Winehouse started to form, and a space to create new music together was made. While leaving room for as many new songs to be created as possible, these two also have one main goal at every show or open mic that they play…and that’s to make everyone in the room say at least once “Man, I LOVE that song”.
Larry is a rabbi, husband and dad who looks for the connection between inner life and the world of action. Keirsten is a nanny, student of psychology, and lover of all things related to health and wellness. https://soundcloud.com/klacousticvoice
Be sure to include your promo code “OASIS”. It will save you $8 when you preregister. Preregistration required for the event. http://www.predating.com/RD
Pain, in all it’s myriad of forms (physical, emotional, mental, spiritual, etc.) can cause us to close off our hearts in the hope that they will not be broken again. Or we can blame others, ourselves, our Creator, or a random universe. When we do this, we fail to understand the inherent gifts and growth in the pain – as a blessed event on our soul’s journey called in to open – not close – our hearts, to reveal our attachments, fears and illusions. Simple but never easy! This evening will be part presentation by Robert and part open sharing.
Robert Roskind is the author of twelve books including Rasta Heart: A Journey into One Love, The Beauty Path: A Native American Journey into One Love, The Gathering of the Healers, In the Spirit of Marriage and In the Spirit of Business. He is also the producer of a record-breaking PBS series and the organizer of over 200 One Love Events in the U.S. and Jamaica. He lives in Carrboro and operates the Oasis.
Essential Oils are the missing link to our health, vibration, and well-being. They are a great match to our own body’s chemistry if grown and distilled properly, and they are energy that effects our energy! Join Reiki Master-Teacher and Aromatherapy Guru, Mary Kane
for vibration-raising evening. This talk will begin with a brief and basic foundation of therapeutic-grade essential oils. Mary will share with you how you can use essential oils to raise the vibration of your physical body, emotions, spiritual life, healing art practice, and finances! We will be smelling and applying a variety of oils, and creating a plan of action to integrate oils
into our personal and business lives. There will be a raffle to give away in-home or in-business aromatherapy classes for you and 5 friends.
Mary Kane has a 25 year Metaphysical background, and has practiced and studied Reiki and
Aromatherapy since 1998. She has a BA in Philosophy/minor in Religious Studies & Music from
Southern Illinois University. She lives in St. Louis and travels around the country weekly sharing what she knows about Essential Oils, Reiki, the Art of Deliberate Creation and Manifesting, as well as Greener Living Ideas. Mary is a successful entrepreneur and uses oils and energy work in her ability to create multiple streams of income and financial freedom. She has taught Reiki and Aromatherapy since 2000 at Southwestern Illinois College, Southern Illinois University, and other institutions, and for businesses. Additionally, she offers classes in-homes, wellness centers, online and in clinics. Mary is living proof that healers can have prosperous lives and she
is always willing to share with you how to manifest the life and finances you deserve.
Belinda’s goal is to provide each person with the tools to establish a successful meditation practice. We will meditate together and discuss our experiences.
She’ll share how the four states of consciousness effect us and how to move towards a place of Freedom in thoughts! All levels welcome to join.
Belinda Macri operates the Clearwater Retreat and is a Wellness Consultant in Ayurveda, Certified Yoga Instructor, Certified Meditation Teacher, and a Registered Polarity Practitioner. Belinda has been increasing ones wellbeing on a spiritual, physical and emotional level using her wisdom and studies of Ayurvedic lifestyle practices, Yoga, Meditation and energy bodywork, Polarity Therapy. The Chopra Center for Wellbeing in California has been her place to experiences, learn and share mind/body/spirit wellness.
Using her combination of healing disciplines she enjoys assisting individuals going through life’s stresses from a move, job loss, divorce, an illness or health concern and to those seeking more balance and harmony in their life. Belinda loves working with individuals and groups, guiding them on their journey to well-being. She developed a program called Taking Flight, Wellness Program for Students in Schools, Yoga for Athletes, teaching to the UNC lacrosse team, and a Corporate Wellness Program. Belinda opened a Wellness Center called Clearwater Retreat in Chapel Hill. To learn more go to www.waawol.com – for program information www.clearwater-retreat.com – Clearwater Retreat
Our bodies and brains are hardwired for negativity and fear. It is what has kept us alive for millennia. And, thanks in part to that hard work our society has evolved to a place where most of us are not faced with life or death circumstances on a daily basis. Yet our bodies still respond as though we are. In this interactive presentation you will learn hands on tools to retrain your being to be less reactive to the normal stress of life. Calming this part of us allows for more peace and ease.
Mary is a Certified Clinical Practitioner of Energy Medicine and a psychotherapist in private practice in Durham. She is passionate about spreading the word about the many benefits of energy medicine and our ability to improve our health and lives. Additionally, she enjoys meditation, yoga, exercise, dance and having fun. www.energymedicinedurhamnc.com
The counterculture of the 60s and 70s has been viewed as everything from naive to hedonistic. However, most of these views were formed by observing the movement from the outside. “Memoirs of an Ex-Hippie” offers a vastly different perspective, one developed from within. After graduating college in 1968, Robert Roskind hit the road for seven years. Roskind’s travels lead him into the heart of the counterculture–to Esalen Institute, Tassajara Hot Springs, Big Sur, Vancouver Island, the communes of Oregon and North Carolina, Altamont Pop Festival, Mt. Shasta, the Haight-Ashbury and the “motherland”–Northern California. His personal odyssey, sometimes profane and funny, sometimes profound and serious, reveals this tumultuous era as a cultural and spiritual renaissance that birthed many of the solutions to problems humanity now faces.
Robert Roskind is the author of twelve books including Rasta Heart: A Journey into One Love, The Beauty Path: A Native American Journey into One Love, The Gathering of the Healers, In the Spirit of Marriage and In the Spirit of Business. He is also the producer of a record-breaking PBS series and the organizer of over 200 One Love Events in the U.S. and Jamaica. He lives in Carrboro and operates the Oasis. His daughter, Alicia, operates OKRA: Yoga * Massage *Tea in Charlotte.
Muningu is an exciting, young band whose path has taken them from their homeland of Brazzaville, the Republic of Congo to the triangle area of North Carolina. Muningu features four accomplished musicians; Emmanuel Nsingani (bass/guitar/vocals), Elie Mabanza (guitar/vocals), Lohd Sermon Kaboudianzambi (drums), and Obed Nathan Mbasi (keyboards/vocals). Founded in 2012, the group quickly made a name for itself, performing on television (Congo Vibes) and at national and international music festivals including FESPAM and La Fête de la Musique. They also partnered with UNESCO, Biso Na Biso, The French Cultural Center and the US Embassy, and between bigger venues, performed regularly at clubs and luxury hotels in and around Brazzaville.
In the fall of 2014 they decided to bring their captivating fusion beats to the US. In their first seven months in the Raleigh, NC area they have recorded a new demo CD entitled “New Beginnings”, and have been introducing themselves through performances at local clubs in Raleigh and Durham, NC. “Muningu” means melody in Lari, one of the many languages spoken in the Congo. Muningu’s eclectic style reflects their diverse backgrounds and features songs in French, English, Lingala and Lari. Their music combines a strong flavor of traditional folkloric Congolese with elements of rock, pop, latin, jazz, R&B, and world music, creating a distinct, modern sound. Their songs are so melodic, you will find yourself singing along even if you don’t know (or understand) the words.
Muningu’s songs are often fueled by the social and humanitarian concerns that are serious issues in central Africa, by a strong love of their homeland, and by their honest convictions about human rights. Yet their optimistic lyrics always include messages of faith, hope and love, and celebrate the resiliency of the human heart. Their three-part singing is uplifting and joyous, full of the intricate harmonies and the danceable rhythms of their native Africa. Dedicated to creating and performing music that builds bridges, connecting all people, Muningu is bringing their exuberance, ambition, and raw talent to the United States for the first time. You won’t want to miss them. http://muningu.wix.com/muningu
Sunday February 21 1:00-6:00pm
Open with great food, beverages and a relaxing vibe!
Now serving organic Counter Culture Coffee (chosen #1 in Southeast, fresh-ground & French-pressed), kava, large selection of organic teas, smoothies and lemonade, gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan meals from Vimala’s Curryblossom Cafe, veggie quiches from Whole Foods, personal no-GMOs Naan pizzas, organic North Coast beer, wine, gluten-free, vegan, raw and regular pastries, and fine chocolates from Matthews Chocolates in Hillsborough.
During the daytime hours, The Oasis operates as a traditional coffee/cafe/tea/wine lounge. Come alone or with friends and enjoy the relaxing environment. At night, The Oasis transforms into an environment of entertainment, connections and inspiration. On week nights, we host free presentations (7:00-8:00pm) on life-affirming topics (holistic health, environmental issues, indigenous wisdom, sustainability, etc.). On weekend nights we have Movies-That-Matter and live music. All our events are free. (The Oasis is also available to rent for presentations, meetings, workshops, parties, etc.)