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Aging Is a Spiritual Journey! Come join us for a (Free) new class, Yoga for Healthy Aging Mondays 1:45 -2:45 PM, September 10 – October 29, 2018.   Class is limited to the first 15 people, new to yoga. Yoga mats provided.

Accelerated physical aging caused by lifestyle choices can be avoided. Remaining youthful is a “spiritually lit” road, where self-love is the root of all action. This is where yoga comes into a league of its own.

Yoga conditions the body, mind and spirit, and keeps everything in good order. Beyond this physical necessity, a yoga practice steeped in meditative self-exploration will reveal the essence of all we have been given — a magnificent vehicle to experience this life in. This cultivates both gratitude for this gift from God, the realization to treat the body as a temple, and self-love.

The love you feel for yourself will determine your level of self-care, and this in turn will be your anti-aging elixir.

Yoga conditions the body and keeps everything in good order. Beyond this physical necessity, a yoga practice steeped in meditative self-exploration will reveal the essence of all we have been given — a magnificent vehicle to experience this life in. This cultivates self-love.

The love you feel for yourself will determine your level of self-care, and this in turn will be your anti-aging elixir.

Ancient wisdom traditions see the potential for growth, vibrancy, and expansion even as you age.  As you are relieved of the daily duties of work and family and move into retirement, you have wisdom from life experiences, yet energy to continue to thrive.  Scientific research now supports this time-honored view: our bodies and minds are quite capable of vibrant health and happiness well into our later decades of life. Many faith practices share that God has given us all that we need to heal in our bodies, and on this earth, thus, bringing us constantly back to a desire to then understand that our life’s purpose, also comes from spiritual truth. Our responsibility is to care for the body as a temple, as this vehicle will allow us to access and perform our mission (s). This is also our Wesleyan tradition, as John Wesley taught his parishioners the importance to attend to physical and mental health, conditioning the body, getting enough rest, building community and being devoted to God. Yoga, designed as a spiritual practice, only deepens our faith practice. Come join us on this journey of embracing healthy aging!