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Special Event

Community Day: Self-Love, Self-Care

February 16, 2020 | 12:00PM - 5:00PM

It’s the final day to visit Through Positive Eyes! Join us in celebrating human resilience with a variety of health and wellness workshops plus healthy food and tea. This program honors the generosity and courage of the Through Positive Eyes Artivists, who shared their stories of living positively with HIV/AIDS throughout the run of the exhibition. Artivists will share their experiences on stage in the gallery on Sunday at 1, 2 and 3 pm. Performances last approximately 45 minutes.

Co-sponsored by the UCLA Center for East-West Medicine. Free and open to all.


12:30–2 pm
Yin-Yasa Yoga with Nina Jagasia & Ethereal Sound Bath by Kate Eipl
Bring your own mat!
This class explores the yin and yang sides of yoga in a well rounded and mindfully sequenced way. Rather than shocking the body and moving right into vigorous asana, this class begins with yin postures, opening the body to flexibility while encouraging ease of mind. Once body and mind are prepared, we move towards more movement and flow. All levels welcome. Follow at @namastenina and @ms.kate.eiplhealing.

1–2:30 pm
5-Minute Chair Massages with UCLA Fitwell
UCLA Recreation FITWELL activates wellness on campus by educating, motivating and empowering faculty, staff and students to make healthy lifestyle choices specifically in the areas of fitness and exercise, nutrition and weight management, stress management, and general health education. Learn more at

1–3 pm
Condom Couture Workshop with Adriana Bertini
Designed for adults!
São Paulo-based artist and activist Adriana Bertini uses thousands of expired or defective condoms as raw material to create vibrant, original works of art that raise awareness and inspire the use of condoms. “The focus is not on wearing my gowns, but on introducing condoms into everybody’s lives, breaking taboos, and giving the public a chance to ponder.” Read more about Bertini at The New Humanitarian, A&U: America’s AIDS Magazine, and the Daily Mail or follow at @adribertini.

1–3 pm
in Love Station
A mobile cart offering free safer-sex supplies, educational materials, campus resource information, and opportunities for students to converse with trained peers. Follow at @bruinluvstation!

1–3 pm
Artivist In-Gallery Performances
HIV-positive Angelenos share their photographs and their personal narratives live in the gallery at 1 pm and on the hour thereafter. Performances last approximately 45 minutes.

1:45–2:45 pm

Acupressure with Ricky Chang, MD of the UCLA Center for East-West Medicine
Learn practical and useful acupressure points to incorporate into your daily life to improve common problems. Dr. Chang is an Associate Physician Diplomate at UCLA Center for East-West Medicine.

2:30–3 pm
Self-Massage Workshop with UCLA Fitwell

3–4 pm
Tai Chi with Master Peter Asco

A series of 24 slow, flowing movements, puts in motion every joint, tendon, muscle and organ, stimulating Chi or vital energy, while generating a deep state of concentration and relaxation. By promoting neuron connections, bone marrow growth, circulation, vitality, strength and coordination, it will, in effect, turn back the biological clock. No experience necessary.

4–5 pm
Closing Ceremony with a performance by the UCLA Sex Squad & Fiat Lux Class Presentation
@UCLASexSquad uses life experiences & creative talents to create funny, multimedia theater to open dialogue with teens about safer sex & sexuality.


Parking available in UCLA Lot 4, 398 Westwood Plaza, directly off Sunset Blvd
$3/hr or max $13/day. Rideshare drop-off 305 Royce Drive.

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