Mind, Body, Spirit
Balancing the demands of modem life is an enormous challenge, and one that often find us placing ourselves at the bottom of an ever growing to-do list. It's time to stop, reassess and learn how to be the healthiest person of yourself you can be. This weekend is dedicated to the development of the woman's mind, body, and spirit. The focus is on the health of the whole person and living into the life God dreams for each of us.
Mind: Nikki Allen
Nikki is an integrated behavioral health social worker addressing the connection between mind and body in primary care. She and her partner, Keith are parents of two awesomely active 8 year old boy twins
Body: Linda Fischlein
Linda is a Pilates and yoga instructor with her own message and healing arts practice. Yoga is an active component of Linda's spiritual path and a way she connects mind and body with spirit
Spirit : Caran Ware Joseph
Caran is a staff member and adjunct faculty at the Iliff School of Theology. She connects spirit to mind and body through her passion for inter-generational, multi-ethnic and multicultural ministry and nurturing authentic worship.
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