Jan
18
Fri
Qi Gong
Jan 18 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Learn the fundamental building blocks of Aung Medical Qi Gong

Group will meet at 10:30 at JBCP and, during the summer months, decide on a move to an outdoor location. Drop in. Cost:$3.00

Ancient Chinese Health Practices
Jan 18 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

 

Exercises in a group setting based on Taiji, Qi Gong, Neigong and Dao Yin combined with discussion about ancient Chinese health perspectives. This program is led by volunteer Ahmad Miles who is a practitioner of Classical Five Element Acupuncture. Drop in. Cost $3.00 **ON HOLD. Resumes November 2, 2018**

Jan
21
Mon
Meditation and Self-Knowledge
Jan 21 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

The last group this session is June 25 before going on hold for the summer and resuming Sept. 17.

The class is divided into a 20-30 minute meditation followed by a lecture style class teaching a Vedanta text. Vedanta is a means to understanding the reality of nonduality behind the phenomenal world. It is a tradition of teaching from the Vedas, which are ancient Sanskrit scriptures of India that form the philosophical basis of Hinduism. The meditation is directly connected to this style of teaching, as it involves getting in touch with one’s essential self and seeing directly what we are studying in the text.

The weekly classes form a continuity and are not suited to an occasional drop in but rather for those that can, as much as possible, come every week.

 

Jan
22
Tue
Reiki Treatments (Tuesdays)
Jan 22 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

A holistic light-touch, energy based healing technique which contributes to your physical and emotional well-being in ares such as joint pain, chronic pain, post-operative pain, anxiety and depression. Please call to book a half hour session. $5:00 per session.  (Free for JBCP and CCV volunteers)  Reiki sessions will also run on Thursdays from 10 a.m. to Noon.

Call 250-388-7844 ext. 0 to book a half hour session. Please note, after 2 no-show appointments participants will be ineligible to book for 3 months.

 

Jan
24
Thu
Breast Friends
Jan 24 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm

Support group for breast cancer survivors held twice monthly.

Reiki Treatments (Thursdays)
Jan 24 @ 9:45 am – 12:00 pm

A holistic light-touch, energy based healing technique which contributes to your physical and emotional well-being in ares such as joint pain, chronic pain, post-operative pain, anxiety and depression. Please call to book a half hour session. $5:00 per session.  (Free for JBCP and CCV volunteers)  Reiki sessions will also run on Tuesdays from 1:30-3:30 pm.

Call 250-388-7844 ext. 0 to book a half hour session. Please note, after 2 no-show appointments participants will be ineligible to book for 3 months.

LifeRing
Jan 24 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Secular recovery from addictions.

Jan
25
Fri
Qi Gong
Jan 25 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Learn the fundamental building blocks of Aung Medical Qi Gong

Group will meet at 10:30 at JBCP and, during the summer months, decide on a move to an outdoor location. Drop in. Cost:$3.00

Ancient Chinese Health Practices
Jan 25 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

 

Exercises in a group setting based on Taiji, Qi Gong, Neigong and Dao Yin combined with discussion about ancient Chinese health perspectives. This program is led by volunteer Ahmad Miles who is a practitioner of Classical Five Element Acupuncture. Drop in. Cost $3.00 **ON HOLD. Resumes November 2, 2018**

Jan
28
Mon
Meditation and Self-Knowledge
Jan 28 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

The last group this session is June 25 before going on hold for the summer and resuming Sept. 17.

The class is divided into a 20-30 minute meditation followed by a lecture style class teaching a Vedanta text. Vedanta is a means to understanding the reality of nonduality behind the phenomenal world. It is a tradition of teaching from the Vedas, which are ancient Sanskrit scriptures of India that form the philosophical basis of Hinduism. The meditation is directly connected to this style of teaching, as it involves getting in touch with one’s essential self and seeing directly what we are studying in the text.

The weekly classes form a continuity and are not suited to an occasional drop in but rather for those that can, as much as possible, come every week.