A TASTE OF MINDFUL EATING FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Are you living this holiday season rushing from one event to the next and not really enjoying the present moment?
Do you schedule time for yourself? Or, are you last on your holiday list?
Do you enjoy your food? Or, is it just a sense of fuel to get out of the way?
Are you eating because you are actually hungry or is there another reason such as, stress, thirst or emotional hunger?
Are you looking to break this cycle?
If you answered yes to any one of these questions, then this workshop is perfect for you!
• Exercises that can help you reach your goals
Want a shorter, family-friendly ride? Save the date for a Hazon Family Bike Ride/Walk (5 mile loop) at Lake Miramar on Sunday February 19 at 9am.
As we cultivate connection between us in spiritual community, we must also do the work of creating holy connection inside our hearts. It is that inner work which will form the foundation for our work in community. In this experiential workshop we will study the model of the Mishkan in the Book of Exodus as the key to our liberation, as we build a place for God to dwell within us, between us and among us.
A photographic exhibition, “Street Photography around the World” featuring images by nationally known photographer, Arthur Lavine, and his cousin, Dana Levine, will take place at Gallery 21, Spanish Village Art Center, in Balboa Park, 1770 Village Place, San Diego, daily from March 22nd through April 3rd, 2017. A reception will be held on Sunday, March 26th from 1 – 3 pm.
The first Hazon Ride in San Diego will launch from Coastal Roots Farm in Encinitas. This day-long, fully-supported ride will take riders through the coastal beaches and inland paved trails, culminating in a group lunch and celebration at the farm, including an interactive marketplace of local, sustainable vendors.
Judaism has a very long history of meditation and contemplative practice as a way to cultivate compassion, personal transformation, and connection. This session will cover the basics of Jewish meditation with instruction, short exercises, Q & A, and discussion.
The Old Globe would like to invite friends, Romans, countrymen—all of San Diego, in fact—to join us in celebrating our resident playwright William Shakespeare’s birthday with Happy Birthday, Mr. Shakespeare! on Saturday, April 22, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., on the Globe’s campus in Balboa Park. The Bard’s birthday—his 453rd!—is a fitting and festive reason to recognize his countless contributions to arts and culture around the world. This exciting day of family activities is free and open to the public as part of the Globe’s ongoing commitment to programs that serve all of San Diego County. Don your best doublet and ruff—or come as you are. And did we mention cake?!