• Recognizes our uniqueness
• Acknowledges our brokenness
• Encourages our transformation
• Honors God at our core
Soul Power Workout
Sept. 21, Oct. 5, 7-8 pm – Gym
Nov. 5, 9:30-10:30 am - Compass Center
Cost: $7/session or $15 for all three
You are invited to experience a new way to workout your body, mind and spirit that will leave you feeling energized and radiant. This is a class that allows you to get out of your head and drop into the wisdom of your body. No dance experience or rhythm necessary to fully participate in this class. Bring a willing spirit to play, stretch, shake, twist and flow into alignment. Contact Amy Quarberg at 208-1419 or via email. Register online now!
Introduction to Yoga
Sundays, Sept. 26, Oct. 3, 17
7-8 pm – Narthex; Cost: $7/session
Contrary to what you might think, you do NOT need to be able to “touch your toes” to do yoga. Yoga is a science, philosophy and practice that seeks to bring together mind, body and spirit to facilitate a deeper connection with ourselves and the world around us. The physical practice of yoga integrates breath and movement to bring us to be fully present. It teaches us to love and care for our bodies so that we may live to our fullest human potential. These classes are taught by Brenda
Linn, a certified yoga teacher and Health Fitness Specialist with 20
years experience as a health educator. Brenda will be introducing three different styles in this series. You are welcome to attend one, two or three of the dates as you are able.
Yoga with a Chair (September 26, 7-8 p.m.)
Using a chair as a prop for standing and seated poses, this is perfect for seniors or anyone who has difficulty kneeling or getting to or from the floor.
Gentle Yoga (October 3, 7-8 p.m.)
Both standing and seated postures (on a mat) in a gentle sequence for flexibility and relaxation.
Slow Flow Vinyasa (October 17, 7-8 p.m.)
Flowing from one pose to another with attention to alignment and breath. Both standing and seated poses for strength, flexibility and balance. This may also be called fitness yoga and is perfect for an active person who would like to try yoga.
Contact Brenda Linn at 612-839-1194 or via email.
Register online now!
Yoga, HeartMath & Lunch Sampler
Thu., Oct. 14; 10 am-12:30 pm
Garden Room; Cost: $10
Yoga is a science, philosophy and practice that seeks to bring together mind, body and spirit to facilitate a deeper connection with ourselves and the world around us. The physical practice of yoga integrates breath and movement to bring us to be fully present. It teaches us to love and care for our bodies so that we may live to our fullest human potential. Brenda Linn, certified yoga teacher with a degree in Exercise Science and 20 years experience as a health educator will lead this portion. Stress has a profound effect on a person’s body and well being. Your reactions to stress are immediate and can be long – lasting and damaging to the body. Did you know you can learn to shift those reactions to actually benefit your body? Licensed HeartMath Provider, Sharon Pallarina, will use simple tools to show you how to shift negative reactions to stress into heart-focused resiliency. People using the HeartMath tools have reported feeling more balanced in their lives, sleeping better, improved mental clarity, decreased desire to eat emotionally, and increased stamina. Contact Julie Jolivette at 439-7400, ext. 108 or via email.
Register online now!Tai Chi
Mondays, 6:30-8 p.m. – Gym
These sessions are for people of all Tai Chi levels and will be an exploration of body, mind and spirit connections. Participants will improve:
• Mind/body awareness
• Energy level
• Balance and coordination
• Lower back strength
• Reduce stress
Participants will also be more centered and self-aware. Led by David Teschler, 612-991-5117 and John Feely. Register online.
Recovery Resource Library
Trinity’s Living Library is home to the largest addiction library in the St. Croix Valley. Hazelden Foundation BookAid Program graciously donated the materials. Since everyone is touched by the many kinds of addictions we encounter in life, all are invited to use this valuable resource addition to the Trinity library. Contact Karen Gieseke at 439-0146 or via email.
Mondays, 7:30-8:30 a.m. - Monday Morning Kick-OffTuesdays, 7:30-8:30 a.m. - As Bill Sees ItWednesdays, 7-8 a.m.
- As Bill Sees It IIThursdays, 7-8 a.m. - Big-Book Study GroupFridays, 7-8 a.m. - Book of the Month ClubSaturdays, 8-9 a.m. - Amigos IIISaturdays, 8-9 a.m. - Al-Anon (in Luther Hall)All meetings are in the Trinity Library
These are open, non-smoking meetings and offer confidential support for people struggling with chemical addiction. If the doors on Fourth Street are locked, please enter through Third Street doors. Led by David Teschler, 612-991-5117