Four classes – two stand-alones, two series – will introduce you to 2017 with confidence and grace.
It’s All About the Soup! with Jeanne Strawn
Sunday January 8 noon to 3:30 pm
Cost: $50 (includes ingredients, meal, and course cookbook)
Sumptuous soups are for year-round nourishment! Learn the basics – plus some flourishes in another popular cooking class presented by master chef
and hospitality diva Jeanne Strawn. [Warning: these classes fill up, so register early to make sure you get your place!]
This will be a hands-on creative class. Come have fun in the kitchen cooking with others and in loving lucious food.
Qigong for Health with Barbara Voss
Sunday January 15 Noon to 2:30 pm
Qigong is the ancient Chinese health care system that integrates physical postures, breathing techniques and focused intention to move the life force. These mild movements using breath work allow you to easily relax, recharge your nervous system, feel more grounded and centered, and clear your mind.
The Intention Experiment with Rev. Karen Lindvig
4 Wednesdays beginning January 11th 7 – 9 pm
Cost: $80 members/$100 non-members
Start 2017 on the right foot by consciously stating your intentions through vision boarding, prayer and reflective questioning.
Unity P & P (Principles & Practices) with Diane Robertson
5 Sundays beginning January 22nd Noon – 2 pm
Cost: $100 members/$120 non-members
Do you know the principles and practices of Unity? If you do – how are you using and living them daily?
Come be part of this spiritual lab, where we explore how Unity’s principles and practices, and most importantly integrate them in our daily living. Whenever we come together to raise consciousness we benefit individually, in our communities, and in the greater world.
If you are interested in becoming a Seattle Unity member, this class will get you there. If you are already a member, you too will benefit from engaging in this spiritual lab series. There is a difference between knowing the truth and living the truth….. and even when we think we know the truth it can be healthy to question it occasionally.