Meditation Returns

The Om Sweet Om organization is returning to the Public Library this winter & spring with weekly meditation/mindfulness sessions led by multiple practitioners with multiple approaches. Participants are welcome to bring their own meditation cushion, although limited cushions/bolsters are available. Hot tea provided by the Bean!

Sundays, beginning January 8th, from 2-2:45 pm

No experience is necessary – anyone able to sit quietly and focus for 45 minutes is welcome. Come for one session, or all of them. There is no charge, but free-will donations are welcome.

Sundays Afternoons at the Library

Sundays at the Library are all about health and wellbeing:) Consider joining one of our informal wellness sessions on Sunday afternoons:
2-2:45 pm – Meditation Basics
3-4 pm – Yoga for Every Body
4-4:45 pm – Qigong for Seniors

There is no cost for any of these programs, and no experience is required.

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This Week!

We are excited to host what is sure to be a lovely discussion this Wednesday evening with community member Kaiya Ansorge.  Her presentation, part of our Long Overdue series, is entitled “Spirit and Soul Care in our Daily Lives”, and takes place at 7 pm in the Kozak Community Room.

This session will begin with a guided meditation followed by a discussion of some of our practices and rituals. The goal is to help each of us learn new approaches to soul care as well as bring to awareness those rituals that help us center and calm ourselves in order to bring energy and delight into the world. Please wear comfortable clothing.

Kaiya Ansorge holds a Master’s degree in philosophical theology and a PhD in Religion with a specialty in spirituality.

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