Join me for a Mindfulness Book Club July 2015. We will be reading Peace is Every Step by Thich Nhat Hanh. We are so tuned into our daily lives and the clatter and noise that is joyful or not. We are deeply immersed in our routine and schedules but what about the silence? What about being present? Come read the words of the great Thich Nhat Hanh and share your ideas and thoughts on how to be present. Share strategies and processes that work. Come meditate with like minded individuals. The club will be an informal gathering at a lovely holistic center in Republiek, Namaste Relaxation Studio and my home in Belnem. We will read, discuss and meditate and then have tea.
First Club: July 26 at Kaya Solo 3 in Belnem- 7 PM
To pre order your book email email@example.com. The club is free so bring a friend and join others as we celebrate living the mindful way.
Come celebrate the second full moon of July 2015. Led by esteemed yoga instructor, Lolymar Sanchez and Mindfulness Instructor, Ann Phelan, this special event will include a special mindful meditation, chanting and yoga. After, enjoy tea and snacks. This will be a special evening to celebrate our connectedness to the moon, planet and island community.
Our date has changed to Aug. 1.
Please meet at the Coromoto Church in Antriol at 6:00. The event commences 6:30PM.
The price is 17.00 pp which includes yoga, meditation, snacks and tea.
Contact information: Facebook page Yogarriba
Loly’s Phone Number -701 2302
Ann’s Phone Number -786 3134. Or, email firstname.lastname@example.org for details
Bonaire is one of the most eco minded islands in the Caribbean. Our marine park is protected thanks to the efforts of STINAPA. The pristine coastal waterways attract tourists who revel in the world class diving and spectacular snorkeling. Whilst our island is every eco minded and in the forefront of eco tourism, there is room for improvements. Bonaire has a plethora of take out dining options. There are ethnic and fast food eateries strewn across the island. Most patrons cart home styrofoam containers of their food treats. The remaining containers end of in Bonaire’s overly stressed landfill.
Let’s move towards reducing the use of styrofoam. Whilst eradicating it fully will be a challenge, it is possible we all reduce the use by bringing our own reusable containers to take outs. Also, encourage your favorite eateries to consider using more eco minded products instead of styrofoam. One step at a time, one person at a time, all moving towards the same goal; a cleaner healthier island.
What do you think of this initiative?
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