Time: February 17, 2014 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: First Unitarian Church - Third Floor
Street: 2125 Chestnut Street
Website or Map: http://www.philauu.org
Phone: (215) 563-3980
Event Type: meditation, workshop
Organized By: Rev. Jody Whelden
Latest Activity: Dec 16, 2013
In this meditation class, you will learn a body/heart/soul practice which can be used any time of the day. You can use it in the busy grocery line or in the sanctuary of your quiet time at home. In this two evening class, we will explore our need to breathe in and out with both our lungs and our consciousness. This meditation practice includes awareness of how our mind uses visual/kinesthetic/auditory images for centering and how our body/spirit work in unison. We will learn the practice one week, apply and practice it in between, then return the next week to practice together, ask questions, and integrate our learnings. Any participant is welcome to be in touch for clarification or guidance between classes and for the month following the class. This meditation form does not preclude other meditation practices you may do.
Rev. Jody Whelden, Board Certified Counselor from the Association of Professional Chaplains, is a facilitator, educator and counselor from a foundation of faith in the integration of the body, heart, and soul. She was a hospital chaplain for eight years and ran a psychotherapy/counseling business for twenty years. Jody works with individuals and groups locally, and co-leads national workshops with Vida Groman, www.vidagroman.com, of Madison, Wisconsin. These workshops are called Heart and Soul Living: Workshops for Women. The current schedule is posted on Jody’s website, www.jodywhelden.wordpress.com, along with her local contact information and blog.
Facilitated by Reverend Jody Whelden
Two Mondays: February 10 & 17
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM