Steampunk Numerology

Steampunk Numerology

With Brityoga

 

Yogic numerology is a universal and holistic approach to using your birth date to connect you numerically to your true essence, allowing one to see themselves more clearly. Brit’s unique approach to numerology readings awakens the soul, the 10 bodies and the chakras.

Each person has significant and unique numbers associated with their life. By studying these numbers and the symbols created by their patterns, Brit can help you understand your strengths, obstacles, talents, challenges, real-time path, and your life-path destination. With this knowledge, one may engage in life with more grace, understanding and acceptance of the nuances that may have seemed challenging prior to this eye-opening numerology reading.

Yogic numerology is fun and an inquisitive way to approach your life and journey.

As an empathic healer and intuitive psychic, Brit brings extensive and wide-ranged talents to SPWF She is also a Master level IET practitioner, author, designer of Yoga Bindis, a licensed esthetician, and she created a yoga school accredited with the Yoga Alliance and is founder of “The Steampunk Yoga.” Brit has taught thousands of yoga classes and workshops, but one of her true passions is reading numerology.

 

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The Steampunk Yoga

The Steampunk Yoga

With Brityoga

 

I beg your pardon, did you say The Steampunk Yoga?

What is The Steampunk Yoga? It is an all levels Hatha Style Yoga class with lots of standing poses. They are poetic and creative. We do things like Sun Salutations, Step backs, Warrior poses, and much more.

The music is eclectic and unique, with plenty of Sitar music. Steampunk Yoga offers a short breath sequence that will work your inner abdominal corset muscles. We don’t wear corsets to class; they might be too constrictive to long deep yoga breathing. We will do this for a few minutes. It is highly effective and one minute is the same as an hour of regular yoga.

You will learn to make a Steam pump out of yourself to ignite a flame of life force energy. This will give you a great sense of joy and relaxation. It is the reset you have been waiting for your whole life. We will also do a Kundalini Yoga meditation to wrap up the class. They dissolve blockages and barriers that are holding you back from being all that you can be. They are your blockages to finding joy. Coming to class will put you on a whole new creative path.

Arrive prompt and have an open mind and bring some water, and a mat.

Sched Listing

Steampunk World’s Fair Costume Contest

Costume Contest Schedule

This year’s costume contest will have two main categories – Makers and Curators. Makers are defined as someone who has made or modified most of their own costume and props. A Curator is someone who has who put together costumes by assembling or “curating” a collection of Makers’ and store-bought pieces.  Contestants will self-select the category they feel best defines the work they have done in their own costume.

Makers

Makers are defined as someone who has made or modified most of their own costume and props.  Makers can make only one prop, several props, only your costume, your costume and your prop and still participate under the Maker category. Judges discretion will be used to judge between someone who has only made a prop and someone who has made everything they are wearing. It’s quite possible we will decide to give out additional prizes such as best prop or clothing item!

As Makers ourselves, we know how much work goes into a good costume and we would like the opportunity to fairly judge that work. There will be pre-judging for Makers only. It will occur Friday night from 7pm – 9pm in Boardroom B in the Radisson. We recommend entrants be prompt. The judges will judge on a first come first served basis and will judge as many entrants as possible in the two hour time frame. Winners will be announced at the end of the Costume Contest on Saturday. Entrants must be present to win.

Makers will be broken into two categories-Experienced and Novice as designated by the contestant. Entrants self-select the category they feel best defines their level of skill. Pre-registration is not required.

The judges will award 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes at the end of the Costume Contest on Saturday. Entrants must be present to win. There will be an opportunity to present the pre-judged makers on the stage as well so everyone can see your marvelous work!

Please do not worry! If you can’t make the pre-judging, you can still participate in the contest on the day of the parade under the Curator category!

Curators

A Curator is someone who has who put together costumes by assembling or “curating” a collection of Makers’ and store-bought pieces. Judging will occur as Saturday afternoon at 3:30-430 pm on the Midway Stage. We will begin lining up 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the contest. Please be prompt! Pre-registration is not required.


Participants will self-select that category they wish to compete in. The categories are:

  • Maker, Expert, Individual Participant-defined as 1 participant in the Expert Maker Category. To participate in the category you MUST attend pre-judging on Friday night!
  • Maker, Expert, Group Participants-defined as more than one participant in a group-themed costume in the Expert Maker Category. To participate in the category you MUST attend pre-judging on Friday night!
  • Maker, Beginner, Individual Participant-defined as 1 participant in the Expert Maker Category. To participate in the category you MUST attend pre-judging on Friday night!
  • Maker, Beginner, Group Participants-defined as more than one participant in a group-themed costume in the Expert Maker Category. To participate in the category you MUST attend pre-judging on Friday night!
  • Curator, Expert, Individual Participant-defined as 1 participant in the Expert Curator Category. To participate you need only attend the contest on Saturday afternoon. We will not be pre-judging curators on Friday night.
  • Curator, Expert, Group Participants-defined as more than one participant in a group-themed costume in the Expert Curator Category. To participate you need only attend the contest on Saturday afternoon. We will not be pre-judging curators on Friday night.
  • Curator, Beginner, Individual Participant-defined as 1 participant in the Beginner Curator Category. To participate you need only attend the contest on Saturday afternoon. We will not be pre-judging curators on Friday night.
  • Curator, Beginner, Group Participants-defined as more than one participant in a group-themed costume in the Beginner Curator Category. To participate you need only attend the contest on Saturday afternoon. We will not be pre-judging curators on Friday night.

Winners will be announced at the end of the Costume Contest on Saturday in front of the judges table. You must be present to win.

Steam Bot Unity

We are a group of young, dedicated pantomime artists who love the steampunk aesthetic and making ourselves look and act like old robots.

We joined as a group last year, performing under a tree and singing steampunk inspired music.

We hope you stop by and watch us!

Gypsy Funk Squad

 

Gypsy Funk Squad plays a fusion of classic belly dance songs from Turkey, Armenia, Egypt, the Balkans, Israel, and Lebanon, with revamped rock/pop/dance tunes and original psychedelic surprises thrown in…belly style!

We almost always have a belly dancer or two performing with us! The emphasis is on fun and a dancing good time!