Movement Meditation

When

Virtual:

Thursday Mornings, 9 – 10am (Central Standard Time)
In your domestic church…the temple of your body. Use provided Zoom link.

Live: 

Movement Meditation, Wednesday and Friday mornings, 9-10am at the Wild Rice Retreat, Bayfield, WI

Chair Yoga on Tuesdays, 9:30am at the Hub, 34 S Broad St #100, Bayfield, WI

Gentle Yoga on Wednesdays, 3:00pm at Guided Resilience, 300 Manypenny Ave, Bayfield, WI

Consider viewing a recorded Movement Meditation session here.

Where

Link to Zoom Session
Meeting ID: 504 334 871

 

NO CLASS ON THURSDAY JUNE 1 – I’ll be attending a yoga teacher training Thursday – Sunday. Hope to gain new insights/instruction to add to our Movement Meditation practice!

Movement Meditation bridges Science & Spirituality

Who Should Come

Those seeking an integrative approach to well-being that harnesses the intelligences in body, mind, and emotion. This is a movement class that incorporates basic yoga postures and movement patterns that are easily adaptable to most individuals. You are invited to move as you can – not as you can’t – breathing peace and stability in facing challenge and possibility.

What We Do

Stop…Breathe…Think…and Choose…to move mindfully…embodying what we seek.

The aim is to stretch and strengthen body & mind, free ourselves from anxiety and stress; cultivate inner peace; and inspire ourselves to be light to the world.

How you pay –

Virtual Classes: $5/class You can pay as you go for as many sessions as you like. Honor system.

Venmo: Guided Resilience @Guidedresilience     -OR-

Send a check to Guided Resilience: 34580 Bay View Rd. Unit #903, Bayfield, WI  54814

-OR-

You can also make a supportive transaction by sharing your love, light, and energy in service to others.

Live Classes: $10/class

Check to Guided Resilience, or Venmo :Guided Resilience @Guidedresilience

About the Instructor

Cami Smalley

Cami Smalley has two masters degrees. One in physical education and the other in holistic health studies. Additionally, as a 200 hour YogaFit certified teacher, HeartMath Trainer, mind-body skills practitioner, and a seeker of wisdom, Cami hopes to bridge spirituality and science by her movement practices that fuse yoga, qi gong, and simple strength and flexibility flows. Inspired with words from sacred texts, literature, and other wisdom and scientific sources, you will stretch and strengthen yourself in body, mind, and spirit feeling empowered to embody your positive intention for the day.

You should bring:

  • yoga mat
  • strap (optional)
  • blocks and/or pillows- very helpful to support some poses
  • folded blanket – for support in some postures
  • meditation stool or cushion (optional)

Coach Cami has an appreciation for wisdom from all world religions, thought leaders, philosophers, scientists, and the natural world. All are welcome in this practice, and Cami hopes to engage a diverse group that is willing to hear the many expressions of our greatest call…to love our Creator God, all of creation, and one another as ourself. Self-care is never selfish – it is a personal and professional responsibility so that we can sustain the many ways that we give of ourselves in service to others.

By moving, breathing, and being in the body with present moment awareness, these 60 minute sessions can grow physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. What we embody in our practice is intended to be carried out in the ways we live, move, and have our being in the world.

Movement Meditation Fee – $5/class (Virtual) $10/class (Live)

Cash  -OR-  Venmo: @Cami-Smalley  -OR-

Check: Guided Resilience, 34580 Bay View Rd.#903, Bayfield, WI   54814

Movement & Meditation as Spiritual Well-Being Practice

Yoga is a practice of seeking union with the Divine. Movement, meditation, and prayer are also serve to connect us deeply to ourselves, our Creator, and Creation.  Flowing in and out of postures helps embody our seeking and challenges us to meet moments – all our moments –  with inner stability and peace. Wisdom from scripture and other sources inspire each practice as we hope to embody this wisdom to inform and guide our lives. Practice concludes with Centering Prayer – to remain in stillness and allow, “Thy will be done.”

Acts 17: 28 For in God, we live and move and have our being.