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Tai Chi and Qigong for Beginners
This class is led by James ‘Jim’ Hamilton, an experienced instructor. Jim has taught Tai Chi for more than 20 years, from beginning to advanced levels, at Kaiser Permanente and elsewhere.
There is a modest fee – $15 per class – which Jim has offered to share with the Center. Class members are encouraged to commit to four weeks at a time in advance; exceptions can be made if necessary… just come and talk to Jim.
If you have any questions, please contact us.
We welcome Jim Hamilton to the Center, and invite you to come and join us!
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NEW CLASS … began Monday June 5th!
The Monday night class has concluded Bhagavad Gita and has taken up Swami Prabhavananda’s The Upanishads: Breath of the Eternal. Books are available in the Center’s Bookshop. Class is led by Br. Shankara. We had a wonderful first class on June 5th! Please join us in the Monastery at 8pm. All welcome, no pre-requisites.
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American Vedantist News:
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The theme of the Summer-Fall 2017 issue is “Spiritual Life: How to Keep the Main Thing the Main Thing in this Turbulent Time.”
* American Vedantist is a not-for-profit online journal dedicated to developing Vedanta in the West and to facilitating companionship among Vedantists. Find out more at americanvedantist.org
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DRIVERS NEEDED ONGOING to help Br. Shankara meet with the How to Know God class (Swami Prabhavananda’s translation and commentary on Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras) in Athens, GA. Could you drive Br. Shankara to Athens on a Saturday afternoon? The class meets weekly at 3pm, so the round-trip would take about 4 hours. (Leave the Center at 1:30pm, arrive Athens 2:45pm. Leave Athens at 4:30pm, arrive back here about 5:45pm.) Of course, your cost for gas will be paid by the Center, and you will be welcome as a member of the class.
We are organizing a rotation, so that each volunteer will need to make the drive only once a month. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be of service in this way. Br. Shankara sees this class as a great opportunity for your Center, and hopes that you will want to take part.
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