We are a loving, and inclusive spiritual community, that is part of the New Thought movement. Our principles are based on the teachings of Jesus, other spiritual masters, and our own inner wisdom. We embody and honor the Universal Truths found in all religions and spiritual traditions, and are truly "Interspiritual." In Unity, we nurture and cultivate an experience of the Divine presence in our daily lives. And in so doing, we see it reflected in our world as love, joy, peace, wellbeing and abundance. This is living from the inside out!
Join us this Sunday for a discussion on Planetary Peace with Rev. Victoria Loveland-Coen.
One look at the current state of our world and it feels crazy to even entertain the idea that we could ever co-create peace on this planet. But it's all in how we perceive it. This Sunday we'll learn how we can be the change agents for peace and awaken the "love that lies sleeping."
The Dances use simple songs and movements to touch the spiritual essence within. These movements and songs make up over 400 Dances and include themes of peace (both inner and outer), healing (the Earth, individuals, and the global family), and the celebration of life's great mysteries. Dancers express harmony and community while celebrating the underlying unity of all the spiritual traditions of the Earth.
For more information, contact Shirin: [masked] or Mark Smith: [masked]
Each class will begin by centering and letting go of your day, bringing your awareness into your own being. We will then warm up with a Vinyasa Flow and settle into some stretching and breathe work. The session will end with a relaxation pose and a 5-minute meditation. Encouraging Flexibility, Strength and Balance.
$10/class or $50 for 7 classes.
About your instructor
Fran Richmond completed an intensive Yoga Teacher/Training in Body, Mind and Centering in 2005, and has been teaching yoga ever since. She believes that each individual should experience their yoga practice at his/her own pace, level, and not seek to ‘compete’ with others, or place unnecessary stress on one’s body. It is important to view the experience as a yoga practice, while focusing on the process of moving smoothly from one pose to the next. If you have any questions feel free to call –[masked]