There are many ways you can connect to nature. Whether it is meditating, doing yoga, journaling or playing music outside, we want to explore these 'alternative' ways of connecting to nature with you.
Take a look at the programs below and see if there isn't one that strikes your fancy.
Yoga at the Dells from 6:00-7:30pm
Enjoy an evening of traditional yoga, both relaxing and invigorating, punctuated with periods of relaxation and brief, guided meditation. If the weather is sufficiently mild, we may practice on the lawn; otherwise, we’ll be in the classroom. Bring a yoga mat and drinking water.
Free, registration required as there are a limited number of spaces.
October 2nd, November 6th and December 4th, 2018.
Deep Ecology describes a philosophical approach to understanding our role in nature, recognizing that all components of any ecosystem have equal standing as members of the greater community. Taking a “systems approach” to our perception of nature, we meet other organisms as peers, partners, and playmates. To reach such an understanding, we often have to face our grief and sorrow at the state of the world and the part we play in damaging the environment. Only then can we heal and go forward, seeing with new eyes. This interactive session, requiring deep personal work, is based on Joanna Macy’s Work that Reconnects, taking us through gratitude, pain, perception, and progress. Please bring a snack. Fee: $25 members; $35 nonmembers Advance registration required.