Relax, Renew, Rejuvenate, Fri. Mar. 3 – Sun. Mar. 5, with Frank Fischer

frank_fischer2cropJoin us for a weekend of meditation, walks, reading, star gazing and relaxation with Frank Fischer.  A program designed to help people learn to slow down and relax in a healthy way. Frank offers a number of skillful techniques that we can use in daily life to remind us to pay attention to the present moment which naturally slows us down.  Everyone is welcome! Click here to learn more and register.

 

A Weekend of Movement and Stillness

Social Presencing Theater: The Path to Change – Moving Beyond “Stuck.” with Acharya Arawana Hayashi

Friday, April 7 at 7pm through Sunday, April 9 at 4pm.

spt1Drawing on the arts and eastern contemplative traditions, Social Presencing Theater uses simple, body postures and movements to dissolve limiting concepts and to communicate intuitively and directly. The result is a heightened awareness of current reality, and the deeper, often invisible, leverage points for creating meaningful change.

Click here for more info and to register.

 

Public Meditation: Monday, Wednesday evenings, Tuesday mornings

meditation aboveExperience the quiet in a beautiful and relaxed retreat setting, just a few miles outside of Plymouth. We are located on 7110 County Road U, Plymouth, WI (first building on the right. Please enter through red front door facing Highway U).

Call Sue Firer at 414.975.7370 if you have questions.

Click here to learn about Shambhala Meditation.

Public Meditation Schedule: (subject to change: Please check here before coming.)

Mondays 7 to 8 pm:
February 27
March 6 and 27
April and May – every Monday

Tuesdays 7:30 to 9:00am:
February 28
March 7 and 28
April and May – every Tuesday

Wednesdays 5 to 6pm:
March 1, 8, 29
April and May – every Wednesday

All are welcome. Meditation instruction is provided. There is no charge.

 

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