This has been a year of transition to say the least. Some of us have spent the last year reexamining our current vocation and wondering if there is something else we are meant to do with our lives. Some of us have a new perspective of what’s really important when it comes to work, life, family, health, and spirituality. Some of us are “aging out” of young motherhood and aren’t sure where to go next or what we are even qualified to do. And some of us have a deep, inner-knowing that there is more waiting for us but we aren’t sure what it is or how to get there.
During this upcoming season of Easter, a season of resurrection and transformation, let’s explore together the things that give us new life, new energy, and hope for our future as women.
All women of Trinity Church (and all women) are invited to participate in a 5-week journey of self-discovery.
For more information contact Ashley Bond
MIND. Wednesday, April 14 from 8:15-9:30 am (Zoom)
Life on the Verge: Versatility with Life Coach, Virginia Barkley native New Orleanian living in Atlanta, Georgia. Based on her Life on the VIRGE Mentoring Program: A Playbook for Living with Passion and Purpose at any Age or Stage, Virginia will take you through a step-by-step process that reveals your versatility and prepares you for greater personal fulfillment as you step into a new life chapter.
Wednesday, April 21 from 8:15-9:30 am (Zoom)
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) with Dr. Gail Gillespie, a local licensed psychologist, will teach us about EFT, a technique that promotes natural and effortless healing to body, mind, and spirit. She will show us how we can use this technique at home to diminish, dissolve, or neutralize emotional or physical pain for ourselves and for our children.
Wednesday, April 28 (in person)
Heart-Opening Yoga Sequence. Led by a local yogi, we will gather together in person for a heart-opening yoga series that will inspire compassion for self and others. At the time of this publication, time and location has not yet been established.
Wednesday, May 5 from 8:00-9:30 am (in person)
Remember, Release, Receive, Return: Walking the Labyrinth. The labyrinth is an ancient archetypal path that is hundreds of years old. The pattern has been walked by millions of people of all cultures for many reasons. The labyrinth is a sacred place set aside for you to reflect, look within, pray, negotiate new behavior. The rhythm of walking, placing one foot in front of the other, empties the mind, relaxes the body and refreshes the spirit.
MORE TO COME