So much to do; so little time in which to do it! This seems to be the
lament of modern life. How can we learn to take care of ourselves so that
we not only have something to give to others but also experience peace
and joy in being alive?
Take a break, come dressed as you are, and join us. You will experience
a variety of easily learned self-care practices and simple movements that
will help you with balance and healing of Body Mind and Spirit at work
or at home. In these gentle practices, you will take the time to listen
and care for your body-self. You will learn to release and prevent physical
effects of chronic stress, allowing space to be in touch with your Spirit.
We will gather in the peaceful sanctuary of Metropolitan United Church
at the northwest corner of Church and Queen Streets, just east of Yonge
Dr. Anne Simmonds, our leader, is a former nurse and chaplain and is currently
half-time Minister - Pastoral Care at Rosedale United Church in Toronto.
She is a spiritual counsellor, educator and facilitator. She has recently
completed a year-long training in Body Mind Spirit Practices.
Pre-registrations for the series, received by Friday Oct. 24, are $30
payable to Centre for Spirituality at Work, Box 100, 162 Spruce Street,Toronto
M5A 2J5. Or leave at the church office, Attention: John Joseph Mastandrea.
Register for the series at the first session for $35. Or pay as you go,
$10 per session.
This program is offered by Metropolitan United Church (www.MetUnited.org)
and the Centre for Spirituality at Work (www.SpiritualityAtWork.org).