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GROWING INTO OURSELVES: YOGA SERIES WITH MARCIE LEEK 

Back by popular demand! Yoga instructor Marcie Leek of Nourishing Breath Yoga will  lead this 6 part series. There is a $75 fee for the series, and registration is required. We have met the minimum attendance, so this class is a go! A few more spots are available – please register in advance to ensure your space.

Six Sessions: Saturdays, 9 am – 11 am April 1, 8, 15, 22, May 6, 13 (Please note, the yoga series will not be taking place on April 29)
Room: Emerson (downstairs at UUC, at end of hall)
Fee: $75, registration is required and open until full. 
Minimum 8, maximum 15
Facilitator: Marcie Leek

 

THE NEW UNDERSTANDINGS OF GENDER IDENTITY: MINE, YOURS AND THEIRS

Alternative sexuality symbolIn this workshop, members of our Interweave (LGBTQ) group will help us understand the new language, issues and understandings of gender identity and the current climate of gender fluidity in society. There is no charge for this workshop, which is also open to UUs from other congregations. Child care is available on-site if requested by March 24. Please register on-line or through the UUC office.

Fee: None, but please register.
One Session: Saturday, April 1
Time: 10 am – 1  pm in the Knatvold Room at UUC
Facilitators: Members of UUC’s Interweave Group

 

MEN’S DAY OF REFLECTION

Camp KilloquaWe invite all who identify as men to join us at beautiful Camp Killoqua, near Stanwood, for a quiet day of reflective activities. We will have meditative times as well as discussion sessions, canoeing, walking in the woods, and art activities to choose from.

Fee: $30; lunch is included.

Online registration is now open. Registration must be received by April 5.
Date: Saturday, April 8
Time: 9 am – 4  pm at Camp Killoqua

 

NON-VIOLENT COMMUNICATION WORKSHOP

This workshop is an opportunity for those working for social justice to receive training in concrete skills for Non-Violent Communication. The workshop will be facilitated by the Freedom Project, a UUC Seeds of Justice grant recipient. The Freedom Project works in Washington State prisons to address the healing of relationships ruptured by violence and help transform prisoners into peacemakers. Their use of Non-Violent Communication (NVC) is based on developing compassion and connection with one’s self and with others to reframe communication and find peaceful resolution to conflict. Mindfulness techniques will be used to help you focus your attention on what matters and strengthen your ability to inspire compassion and teamwork from others. The workshop will include time to practice the techniques discussed.

Date: Saturday, April 15 from 9:00 – 3:00 at UUC, in the Knatvold room downstairs.
Fee: $25 per person – includes lunch (pay online at registration, or pay at the door when you arrive)

Please register on-line, at the Sunday “Get Connected” table, or by calling the UUC office (206-525-8400).