This on-going Adult Enrichment group meets every week on Tuesday evenings for one hour of meditation including a reading. Come, sit, listen, and meditate with us.
Yoga is a multipurpose tool for improving a lifetime: the essence of Yoga is nonphysical inner development. To varying degrees for each individual, Yoga brings inner quiet, peace of mind, character strength, and spirituality. We each relate to it and its many physical and inner benefits in ways that suit our individual needs and personalities.
This Mindful Yoga program cultivates the abstract benefits. It encourages a quiet, mindful awareness while doing a full range of classical postures. Postures improve health through strengthening, purifying, and toning of the body, as well as of the nerve, and energy systems. Improved health, self-confidence, and a feeling of well-being, foster the inner results. Although the postures are a valuable tool, their improvement of the body is a byproduct, not the goal of Yoga practice.
Appropriate for a range of students, the approach is sufficiently safe, gentle, and even-paced for new students, while providing depth, variation, and practice options for experienced students.
Led byBeck Anamin Meets Thursdays, weekly An Adult Enrichment Program
Greetings from the Ethnic Diners, an Adult Enrichment opportunity. We meet the third Fridays of the month at 6 pm, September through June with the exception of December. The dinners are informal pot luck affairs. You’re invited to come with or without food & beverage. Join us for dinner and conversation at your convenience.
The following is this years’ schedule of countries:
September: Vegetarian Local Fall Harvest,USA
Any questions feel free to “ask Bob” at 228-6264.
June service switched from 21st to 14th
Laughter Yoga combines Unconditional Laughter with Yogic Breathing. It does not rely on jokes, humor or comedy. Laughter begins as a group exercise, and soon becomes real and contagious. Multiple health benefits include increasing the supply of oxygen, boosting the immune system, and energizing metabolism. There are no physical limitations. You need only to bring yourself. Adminssion: free. Leader: Marcia Wyman. (Minimum participants for class: 3; max 20). (Adult Enrichment)
“Sharing A Table”
Rev. Michael Leuchtenberger
Are you sitting at a table where rich people sit? Are you sitting at a table where people rich in what they value sit? Stories of accounting for the riches in our lives. Plus, we will celebrate our annual flower communion. Please bring a flower to share, if possible.
The neighborhood conversations are coming to an end, but we know there are many of you who did not have an opportunity to take part in one. So that everyone has that opportunity, the Futures Team is hosting a meeting for you to attend. It won't be your residential neighborhood, but the greater church neighborhood instead. Please RSVP to Fran at the email address above. We look forward to seeing you there. The Futures Team
FYI: This is the last showing until the fall. In September, the film series will be moving to a larger venue at the Temple Beth Jacob on Broadway in Concord.