Mar
31
Tue
Meditation and Self-Knowledge
Mar 31 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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.

 

Apr
3
Fri
Welcome Playgroup
Apr 3 @ 9:00 am – 11:15 am

For families with children ages birth – 5 years old. This 10 week playgroup is for families with young children who are immigrants, refugees or those who are learning English. Free play, art, puzzles, snack and story time.

Apr
6
Mon
Postural Stretching- the Quest for Aligment
Apr 6 @ 10:30 am – 11:45 am

Improve your posture and strengthen body core! Energize your spine and lengthen the body core through auto-stretching using Hatha Yoga poses. Focus on functional fitness movement to achieve the most benefit and re-establish peace and order within. Sessions end with meditation using imagery.

This is a program for all ages and can be done seated in a chair.

Taught by Marie-Pierre Schilewinsky. Registered BCRPA Fitness Leader with over 30 years of experience providing friendly, safe, informative classes.

Drop-in  Cost $3.00

Apr
7
Tue
Family Dinner
Apr 7 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Birth to 12 years

This program will provide a place for families with children aged birth to twelve to network and support one another.   We do crafts, art, games, reading and other activities, and a light dinner is provided.

Meditation and Self-Knowledge
Apr 7 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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.

 

Apr
10
Fri
Welcome Playgroup
Apr 10 @ 9:00 am – 11:15 am

For families with children ages birth – 5 years old. This 10 week playgroup is for families with young children who are immigrants, refugees or those who are learning English. Free play, art, puzzles, snack and story time.

Apr
13
Mon
Postural Stretching- the Quest for Aligment
Apr 13 @ 10:30 am – 11:45 am

Improve your posture and strengthen body core! Energize your spine and lengthen the body core through auto-stretching using Hatha Yoga poses. Focus on functional fitness movement to achieve the most benefit and re-establish peace and order within. Sessions end with meditation using imagery.

This is a program for all ages and can be done seated in a chair.

Taught by Marie-Pierre Schilewinsky. Registered BCRPA Fitness Leader with over 30 years of experience providing friendly, safe, informative classes.

Drop-in  Cost $3.00

Apr
14
Tue
Family Dinner
Apr 14 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Birth to 12 years

This program will provide a place for families with children aged birth to twelve to network and support one another.   We do crafts, art, games, reading and other activities, and a light dinner is provided.

Meditation and Self-Knowledge
Apr 14 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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.

 

Apr
17
Fri
Welcome Playgroup
Apr 17 @ 9:00 am – 11:15 am

For families with children ages birth – 5 years old. This 10 week playgroup is for families with young children who are immigrants, refugees or those who are learning English. Free play, art, puzzles, snack and story time.