Next Workshop: August 26th

This unique daylong will combine mindfulness practices, reflective teachings and understanding the emotional & somatic body.

Discover the importance of integrating mindfulness with the somatic body so that we may inhabit the wholeness of our spiritual-self and life. In this daylong, demos will be offered to understand how to work with and move through unresolved anxieties that often keep us feeling distant and disconnected from our bodies.

Together we'll take a look at how we can bring our intellectual, physical, emotional and spiritual-self into alignment.

This daylong will help you to understand the importance of integrating mindfulness with the somatic body, so that you can inhabit the wholeness of your spiritual-self and life.

"It has been through my meditation & embodied practices that united the somatic and emotional elements of my physiology that have brought a spiritual wholeness into my life that I had felt was possible early on in my childhood." ~Rik Center

The MCC is supported by the practice of shared generosity and the daylong is offered on a dana/donation basis. No one turned away due to lack of funds. Our programs here are for everyone to gain new insights into life, themselves and inner healing.

Rik began his spiritual journey early in life attending a private orthodox school and temple. From a young age through his teens, he met illness and death and turned to looking at life from an atheistic viewpoint. Through needing to meet his own pained body after a traumatic hang-gliding accident in his 20's, Rik's healing journey brought him back home to his embodied-self, learning a deeper sense of spirituality was found by being with what is happening "here and now" with versus looking somewhere other than the life we are living. Rik will share his path of learning in how to meet the body of spiritual wholeness which offers us a mind of calmness, compassion and kindness.

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