Finding the spirit through movement on March 28

by Contributed Content on March 26, 2012

The Lenten offering at Trinity Church on Wednesday, March 28, will explore very simple, embodiment practices derived from both Eastern and Western traditions, including praying with our breath, chanting and moving our prayers, and “touching with awareness that which dwells within and around us.”

“It is my intention that through these practices, we may all discover the ‘patience for our sediment to settle’ as Lao Tsu says, and make sacred the interior of our temples for Christ’s Passion,” says Noelle Morris, who will be presenting the workshop.

Morris has over 20 years of experience as a bodywork-counseling professional, performer and teacher. Her background includes training in therapeutic bodywork and massage, Peter Levine’s method of trauma healing, the Hakomi Method of Experiential Psychotherapy, classical and modern dance as well as Anusara, Kundalini and Restorative Yoga.

The program begins at 6:45 pm; a dinner precedes at 6:15 pm.

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