Gentle Movement and Guided Meditation with Meg Artley at St. Alban’s Nourse Hall on Thursdays at 11-12 pm
Thursday, September 15 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 11:00 am on Thursday, repeating until Thursday, September 29, 2022
Come settle your mud with like-minded people seeking serenity led by Meg Artley. Each class will begin with gentle and relaxed movement that you can do from a chair. After we get our bodies warm and relaxed, Meg will lead a guided meditation using techniques for stilling the mind that will include formal and informal mindfulness practices, breathing techniques, inspirational literature, sound, and hand gestures among other methods. The objective is to still the mind long enough to find clarity, peace and comfort — and to bring these gifts to your everyday life.
Meg Artley, E-RYT 500, has worked toward clarity and peace in her life through the practice of yoga, meditation, art-making and writing, a journey she has shared at www.lostandfoundyoga.com. After a career as a fundraiser, she received a certificate in yoga teaching from Tranquil Space in 2012 and has clocked over 1,000 hours of teaching yoga and teaching yoga teachers at several yoga studios in the Washington, DC area. Recently, Meg taught mindful art-making and Gentle Yoga for Around Town DC.
Masks must be worn in the building.
Our funders, the DC Department of Aging and Community Living, and the District of Columbia, are not requiring participants to be vaccinated to join our programs. Please be aware of proximity to others and do not join our in-person events if you are ill.
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In consideration of my voluntary participation in this Fitness/Wellness Class (“The Program”), I hereby agree to release, hold harmless, and indemnify Iona Senior Services, and its employees, agents, and representatives (collectively “Iona”) from any and all actions, claims, and demands, for myself, my heirs, and/or my personal representatives, now and forever, as a result of injury, damage, or loss of property arising out of my participation in the Program. This release shall include any claims, demands, injuries, damages, or actions arising out of or connected with my use of Iona’s services and facilities, both on and off Iona’s premises, and from all acts of ordinary negligence on the part of Iona.
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