KYWC has a full calendar of events planned for in May in addition to our regularly scheduled classes. Let’s hope the weather is kinder to us than April with its mid-month ice storms and cancellations. Yikes!
Volunteer Request: Do you have an hour or two this week (or next) to do some yard work at the center? We would sure appreciate your help raking, picking up sticks, and spiffing up the grounds. Call Steve at 315-583-5500.
Fundraising Shop: The following goods are available for sale at KYWC:
- Joyful Lily Smudge Clearing Spray is made with essential oils by April Williams. A bottle is $7 with $1 donated to KYWC per bottle. Safe for humans and pets. Thank you, April.
- Fair-Trade 100% cotton clothing from the Phillippines. Skirt sizes run large. All items are $10 with $5 being donated to KYWC. Thank you, Diane Cadey.
World Labyrinth Day – Global Event
Join us as we walk the labyrinth as one for peace. In case of inclement weather, you can choose to walk a labyrinth of intention or a finger labyrinth indoors at the center. (Several of us did that last year!)
Saturday, May 5, 2018 at 1:00 pm (12:30 meet-up time)
Bealtaine (MayDay) Celebration
Saturday, May 5, 2018, at 3:00 p.m.
Presented by the Northern Rivers Grove, ADF
Come and dance around the May Pole at the Stone Fire Circle
This family-friendly event is followed by a Pot-Luck Feast.
Rescheduled: Singing Bowls, Bells, and a Gong
Because of the icy weather, the Sound Healing workshop had to be rescheduled at the last moment. Everything was set up and ready – take a preview look and listen. Workshop info below. (Thank you Kevin Weed for the video)
Sound Healing hands-on experiential workshop.
Experience the many ways to apply the sound-wave
vibrational energy of 24 singing bowls, bells, and a gong for
a deeper meditation and a clearer chakra energy flow.
This will be a hands-on experiential workshop covering a
variety of tools for Sounding, a brief history of uses,
a demonstration of how to make your bowl SING;
experience different tones and sound-waves, and
Sat. May 19th, 2018 1:30 to 4:30 $25
Presenter: Steve Williams, Minister
Tai Chi Classes with Laurie Hulbert, Certified Teacher
Date: Friday, May 11th.
Time: 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Cost: By Donation.
Wellness Connection-Healing Sunday
Date: Sunday, May 20th.
Time: 2:00pm – 5:00 pm. Please arrive by 4:30.
Cost: By donation
Volunteer Healers certified in a variety of modalities offer you a 20-30 minute energy healing session.
If you are a healer and would like to participate, please call for more information and request a volunteer application.
Join us for fellowship and spiritual teaching at 11 am for the Center for Spiritual Awareness service led by Reverend Denise. Receive a message and healing.
A potluck lunch is held right after the service and before the Wellness Connection.
An Evening of Meditation with Swami Kena
American Swami Kenananda will be with us again for an evening of teaching and meditation.
May 23rd from 6-8pm.
Cost: By Donation
Annual Membership Drive and Meeting
You are invited to attend the KYWC Annual Membership Board Meeting on May 28th at 10 am. You must be a member to vote.
Membership is $20 for one year and $30 for two years. Dues help support and maintain the center (we have some big repairs to do!) and provide a scholarship for yoga teacher training. Please consider joining or renewing your membership.
Download the membership form here or get one at the center (new members only).
Coming in June
Gallery Fundraiser with Wilson Stevenson, Psychic Medium
10th Annual Fundraiser for Kripalu Yoga and Wellness Center
Saturday, June 2, 2018, from 1:00-3:00 pm
This popular event always fills up fast-reserve your spot early so you don’t miss out.
Tuesday 9-10:30 AM Yoga with Barb
Practice gently yoga breathing and meditation with guided relaxation, a great stress reliever. The focus of Barbara’s class is between accessible and challenging, creating a catalyst for discovery and healing.
Tuesday Morning 11-12:30 PM Chair Yoga with Barb
Experience all the benefits of yoga from a chair, including breath work, postures, meditation and restorative elements. Most of the postures will be done from a seated position with a few standing using the chair for balance. Chair yoga practice will improve strength, flexibility, mindfulness and an overall sense of well being. We all need to keep moving – this is a safe way to move and practice yoga.
Thursday 6:30-8PM Yoga with Jeri
Enjoy a nourishing, soothing and stabilizing flow of postures. The class winds down with restorative yoga postures to comfort your body down to the cellular level. This class is open to all levels from beginner to experienced.
We are looking for certified yoga teachers who would like to offer a class (or two) at the center. Interested or know a teacher who may be? Give us a call at 315-583-5500.
Do you have ideas for other classes/events you would like to take or offer? Contact us via the contact form or let us know at the center.
Enjoy the warming weather and we hope to see you for yoga classes, workshops, and events.
All the best,