INTRODUCTION TO UKULELE
WITH NAT STILES
Living a new life in Recovery gives us the perfect opportunity to rekindle our creative spark.
Learning to play the ukulele can open up a whole new world of serenity in mind, body, and spirit. The benefits include:
Improves Cognitive Function | Creates New Pleasure Associations | New Mindfulness Techniques | Self-Discipline
Stress Relief | Muscle Memory | Healing Energy Vibrations | Joy and Laughter | Relaxation
Patience | Self-Compassion | Progress Not Perfection | Personal Achievement | Humility | Human Connection | Self-Love
In this class we will be exploring beginner ukulele techniques.
But above all, we will have fun, and create a new fellowship of courageous
creative souls to walk alongside you on your recovery journey!
Max 8 participants for this class.
There is a waitlist after the first 8 slots are filled.
If you are on the waitlist, you will be contacted the week before the start of class.
Ukuleles provided at workshop, but cannot be lent out.
We recommend obtaining a ukulele for practicing at home between classes.
6-Week In Person Class
Date: Starts Mon., May 8th
Time: 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Location: Free Spiritual Community
2122 South Lafayette St.
Denver, CO 80210
***CLASS IS FULL, NEW REGISTRATIONS WILL BE PLACED ON WAITLIST -
CONTACTED ONE WEEK PRIOR TO START OF CLASS IF ANYONE DROPS THEIR SPOT***
About Nat Stiles
Nat Stiles is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer from Fort Collins, CO. They have over 5 years of experience as a professional touring musician and recording artist. They have performed under the record label “Side One Dummy” from Los Angeles and the sync licensing agency “Assemble Sounds” from Detroit. Teaching is a passion for Nat, having worked as the Music Director for the Larimer County Boys and Girls Club and the Performance Director of School of Rock Fort Collins. Nat has been in recovery since June 7th of 2022. They believe that music is a vital and inseparable aspect to their new life. For Nat, music is an emotional language that allows us to express ourselves in ways that verbal language cannot. Nat is grateful and excited to share the gift of musical expression to their new friends in recovery.