This event was canceled
Sahaja yoga or "spontaneous union with one's self," is a unique meditation method that can transform human awareness through techniques that promote a more moral, united, integrated, and balanced self which taps into your own subtle energy system. In time you can gain peace and calming to maintain your own health and wellness.
Everyone is welcome - including kids. Learn how to awaken your own Kundalini energy to align your Chakras, and help you cope with stress, anxiety, depression and fatigue.
DATE/TIME: All are invited to attend any Tuesday evening from 7:00-8:30 pm. Doors open at 6:45.
LOCATION: 12 Chase McEachern at the bottom of Bayfield St., off the parking lot across from the Salvation Army. Go up the ramp to the main entrance (near the back door of the British Arms).
Coffee/Tea and other snacks and beverages will be available for purchase (at a nominal price) from the Spirit Cafe inside the location.
All levels of skill and experience are welcome. Hope to see you there, and if you are in need of a ride, please send a message to have one arranged.
For more info contact Cathy Wild Directly:
NOTE: The RSVPs here represent only some folks who may attend since this event is advertised through several other on-line and print mediums.
PS: Though there is no cost for this activity (beyond materials), a goodwill donation of $5 is suggested (for those who can) to help continue providing this space, activities, events and programming to the surrounding community. Tax receipts can be issued for amounts of $20 or more.
You can also visit our Products 4 Purpose store in-house or online (http://www.products4purpose.ca) and make a purchase that benefits our meaningful partner organizations, gifted artisans and local operations. Your support is gratefully appreciated!
Creating Connection Barrie
12 Chase McEachern Way, L4M 1A1
Creating Connection Barrie is a charter member of Creating Connection Canada, a network of welcoming and inclusive communities committed to sharing authentic conversation, promoting meaningful activities and fostering holistic mind-body practices.
By welcoming and accepting people of every walk of life, culture, faith or tradition (including those who identify as “more spiritual than religious”, humanist, agnostic, or searching for meaning), the collective experience transcends the sum of our individual ways of being, and meaningful community is formed.
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