Strength Training for Aging MINdfully Always
Individual and Small Group Guided Conversations for People Aged 50 and Over With Carol V. Rinehart
RESILIENCE RESULTING FROM
BUILDING STRENGTH, FLEXIBILITY AND BALANCE IN BODY AND SOUL
WITH HONESTY, COURAGE AND A SENSE OF HUMOR.
Share stories of life’s surprises, challenges& worries
Surface unrecognized resources
Cultivate new skills
Inspire new approaches
See that you are not alone
Carol Talks About STAMINA in an Interview with Under the Surface
STAMINA STORIES: WHAT'S IN A STORY? WHAT'S YOUR STORY? WHAT DOES A STORY STORE--OR RESTORE? Sundays April 7, May 5 and June 2, 3-5 p.m.
RSVP: Contact email@example.com for location and directions.
A lightly structured conversation of shared insights and experiences with other elders who are mindful of this challenging point in human history. A topical prompt is given for collective pondering and the session is opened and closed with simple, accessible movement exercises and poetry. (Note people can be elders at just about any age. Mindful elders are greatly needed.)
$20 per session or $100 preregistration for six sessions (Sliding scale or bartering arrangement optional)
Who is in your Tribe? Care Circles Workshop June 30, 1–3:30 p.m.
Willliamsburg Senior Center, 141 Main Street, Haydenville, MA
We’ll work with a map that creates a broad snapshot of the people with various roles in your support network. Whether you are a “solo-ager” or a grandparent surrounded by the ideal family, the question comes up, “Who will be there for
me when I have needs? And, who will be needing me?” We have the opportunity to be both receivers and givers.
To register call Williamsburg Senior Center, 413-268-8407
To schedule a customized workshop or individual consultation: firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-320-6747
In a life of constant change balance is a verb, not a noun.
What practices will help you keep your balance even as life constantly changes?
Each moment of our lives falls like a seed upon the seedbed we have become.
When you imagine yourself in your last decades of life, how would you most like to be?
Have a wonderful time enriching your ground.
How about making the way you age an act of love and service?
Be ready to receive what life presents.
It is possible . . .
to make the last part of our lives the most satisfying yet
Photos by permission, Josh Sugyama