September-October 2017

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Kundalini Yoga

Richmond Yoga Teachers

Richmond is home to many dedicated yoga teachers with passion to sustain their practice and live it off the mat.

Yoga Month 2017

Letter from Publisher

And just like that, we move into the season of back to school, football games and campfires as my oldest son moves out of the house and onto his next adventure—college.

Kudos

Rie Monique Cherie achieved certification through the International Association of Yoga Therapists.

Mindfulness at the Garden

The Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is reaching out this fall with additional mindfulness offerings available through regular sessions, workshops and pop-up classes.

Women Learn the Art and Soul of Public Speaking

Introducing WomanSpeak, a groundbreaking program that has helped countless women around the world.

Therapists Move, but Nearby

Announcing their “big move” to a new office suite.

Not an Ordinary Art Sale

The 52nd annual Gallery at First UU Fine Arts and Crafts show and sale opens at 5 p.m., September 20 and runs through September 24th.

Explore the Connection Between Creativity and Spirit

The Arts and Spirituality Center (ASC) at Emmanuel Church will soon be enrolling for fall classes.

Discussions Surrounding Life and Death

The nonprofit Chrysalis Institute is offering a fall selection of programs entitled Living Fully, Dying Mindfully.

Yogaville Goes Solar

Implementing renewable solar energy to help power their campus.