Yoga in a beautiful setting and an accommodating environment where you’re encouraged to choose your level of challenge. Yoga @ Cedar Lane promotes mindfulness and improves flexibility and strength. Beginners are most welcome - if you are a member of the church or not. Modifications and chairs are available to help you find your own yoga practice. Classes are in the Chalice House with ample parking.
Mats, ties, blocks, blankets, knee cushions, and chairs are provided.
Our teaches include Kathleen Holmay and Kathleen Thomas.
Kathleen has been teaching yoga for thirteen years and practicing for many more. In 2004, she completed the nationally-recognized Integrative Yoga Therapy teacher training and regularly takes continuing education courses. She believes yoga helps us cope with adversity and brings greater appreciation for and understanding of daily life. Classes offer guided meditations around a weekly theme aimed at relieving stress and elevating your mood. Postures are structured to improve flexibility and strength, improve your immune system, and increase lung capacity. Please email Kathleen with questions: email@example.com.
10 weeks: $200
Kathleen's Current Session:
January 7 - March 12, 2020
Kathleen Thomas believes that yoga is a complete system of therapy designed to bring us closer to becoming and living as we are meant to be. She informs her 45 years of yoga teaching with her experience as an RN, massage therapist, and acupuncturist. Her coed classes are for students with some previous experience with basic yoga postures who want to deepen their mind-body awareness. Breathing and meditation practices are included. Please email Kathleen with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
10 sessions: $200
Kathleen's Current Session:
Mondays, 5 - 6:30 pm in the Chalice House, January 13 - March 16, 2020
EXPLORE OUR Adult Religious Education MINISTRIES
Cedar Lane centers our worship life on a timeless spiritual theme each month (e.g. Intention or Wholeness.) Part of our thematic ministry includes our Soul Circles. Participants gather monthly for opening/closing words, personal check-in, and engagement with the monthly spiritual theme. These groups are a great way to connect with other members of Cedar Lane, whether you're a newcomer or a long-time member.
Yoga in a beautiful setting, Yoga@Cedar Lane promotes mindfulness and improves flexibility and strength. Beginners most welcome—church members or not. Mats, ties, blocks, blankets, knee cushions provided. Chairs available to help you find your own level of practice. Classes are held in the Chalice House, with nearby parking.
This year at Cedar Lane UU Church, we will convene a book reading and discussion group, meeting on third Tuesdays, September 2019 - May 2020 (no meeting in December). We are committed to exploring writers, characters and stories in countries representing all colors. Please join us to learn about others who share our planet.
Beginners and more experienced students deepen meditation and mindfulness practice through instruction in sitting, walking meditation, gentle yoga, short talks, and discussion. Insight/mindfulness meditation emphasizes a calm centeredness of mind and body. Drop-ins are $10. Leaders: Carole Rogentine and Alicia Bazan-Jimenez.
Spend an hour a week in a relaxing, healing atmosphere. Set aside the busyness of life with the deep-breathing practice of Tai Chi. It regulates heart and blood pressure, lessens pain, and speeds recovery from illness or surgery. It also lessens the fear of falling by improving balance and increasing stamina as we become aware of our own healing energy. Beginners most welcome!
This self-directed group discusses topics of its own choosing. All are welcome to participate in whatever way(s) you like, whether you have something to present, or like to converse, or enjoy just listening in. The leader or a volunteer presenter will offer something of interest - a live presentation, or sometimes a recorded lecture, followed by discussion. Past topics have included, among others, Plato, Descartes, Darwinism, Stoicism, William James, and Eastern philosophy. Newcomers are welcome to join this ongoing friendly conversation. We expect to include some Plato in the spring.
Come discuss your beliefs about science and religion and explore philosophical questions with other curious, freethinking people. Participants voluntarily present a book or article, original report, or a video during the first hour, followed by a second hour of group discussion. Visiting presenters bring new and different perspectives to our group. Leadership is shared.