Archive for November 2016

Slow/Moderate Vinyasa Flow w/ Kailyn Ryan

7:15-8:15pm, weekly on Wednesday, Join me for a slow/moderate vinyasa flow class. All levels are welcome. I really believe Yoga is not about how flexible or fit you are, but rather, meeting your body where it is. Using accessible sequencing, I will guide you through a few warm ups, sun salutations, basic standing poses, and forward/backward bends.…

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Emotional Health Meetup; Overgiving with Diana Deaver

7-8:30pm Wednesday, December 7th Tis the season centered on celebrating giving, receiving and being in the company of loved ones. It’s also a season when “should” increases; Should I get “so and so” a gift? Should I make dinner for everyone? Should I donate to people in need? How many gifts should I get my kids? Most…

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Understand What You’re Eating & Why You Can’t Lose Weight with Stacey Crew

1:30-2:30pm Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday meet upstairs in the GATHERING room for an interesting and lively lecture/discussion where Stacey shares her knowledge and suggestions on healthy and nutritious food choices. Stacey will offer practical suggestions that can easily be incorporated into our everyday lives. In this class, you will learn about why Bio-individuality is key to…

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Weekly Friday Reiki Clinic with Nick Spera

10:30am-Noon Weekly Open Reiki Clinic each Friday. Experience a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is administered by “laying on hands” and is based on the idea that an unseen “life force energy” flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. If one’s “life force energy” is…

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Emotional Health Meetup; Thought Management with Diana Deaver

7-8:30pm Tuesday, November 22nd in the CONNECTING room. Emotional Health Meetup; Thought Management. Our beliefs about life are often instilled in childhood and can be changed and managed more easily once they become conscious. We will examine our conscious and unconscious beliefs and explore how they impact our thought patterns and the way we give…

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