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Western Washington Labyrinth Network
From their website: Through events, publicity, communication and the sharing of resources, the WWLN brings together many people—walkers, facilitators, spiritual directors, mental health professionals, landscape designers, craftspeople—using the labyrinth as a path to mindfulness. The WWLN seeks to foster collaboration and support for labyrinth-related activities and practices. info@WWLN.org
The mission of the Northwest Institute on Intimacy is to make it standard of care that all people seeking psychotherapy can expect to see someone with expert training and supervision in individual, couple, sex and spiritual intimacy therapy. We believe that no matter what client issue is being presented, whether relational, sexual, historical, circumstantial, intrapersonal or other, the therapist needs to be adept at assessment, diagnosis and treatment without a lack of training or self-of-the-therapist issue interfering with care.
From their website: Mondays 9:15-10:30 AM & Fridays 1:30-2:45 PM
PrayerBreath Yoga is taught by Loren Mohler, a certified Yoga Alliance instructor and St. Mary’s parishioner, and utilizes prayer as an effective and enjoyable tool for staying with the breath in order to still the mind. God asks us to: “Be still and know that I am God.” (Psalm 46:11a) If you have ever tried to do this, then you know it is easier said than done.
You will need to wear comfortable clothing. While yoga mats are welcome, the only equipment you will need are a towel and a bottle of water. We have yoga mats to borrow.