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Thoreau believed that most people live lives of "quiet desperation." This desperate life he describes is characterized by a soul-killing lack of curiosity, purpose, and agency. Many of us feel as if we are caught in cycles of unending exhaustion. Physically, emotionally, spiritually. Our lives demand much, and we feel out of sync. When we feel off-balance and tired, tired all the way down to the bottom of our souls, how do we find renewal? This is a space where you may find tools and opportunities for holistic renewal. You are invited to pause, peruse, and breathe. 


Fall Yoga Session I

Centering Space is pleased to announce the first Fall 2023 yoga class led by Robin Atwood. The class will meet on Tuesdays from 5:00-6:00 p.m. in the sanctuary from August 29 - October 10 with NO class on 9/26. Click here to register! Enrollment is limited to 15 participants.  There is no cost for this class.  If you would like to contribute to Centering Space to support this activity, a basket is provided for your donation.  Members of Trinity can make contributions to Centering Space using the online giving system.

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