A new course led by Dr. Dan Gottlieb and Lori Volpe.
Thursday evenings from [7:00] – 9:00 p.m.
Sept. 28, Oct. 5, 12, 19, 25, Nov. 2, 9, 16, 2017
Location: Yoga for Living,1926 Greentree Road, Cherry Hill, NJ
We can experience aging as a curse or a blessing depending on our attitude. During these eight weeks, through mindfulness practice, dialogue and reflection, we will open a conversation about living with more aliveness, gratitude and love as we move forward. Please join us as we …
- Explore and challenge the age related stereotypes prevalent in our youth oriented culture
- Open up to new ways of living with intention, meaning and purpose, beyond familiar roles
- Recognize our role as elders in the community and the responsibility of handing down wisdom gained through life experience
- Cultivate self-compassion for the body, mind and emotions as we journey though the final third of life finding peace in the face of uncertainty
- Let our awareness of death be our guide to living more fully, authentically, and open-heartedly
- Learn practices that will support us during this phase of life
This is a rare opportunity to move gently towards our anxieties about aging in an intimate and supportive setting. For more information or to register email: email@example.com.
Dr. Dan Gottlieb is a therapist in private practice. He is loved and admired by many who know him through “Voices in the Family,” an award-winning mental health radio show aired since 1985 on WHYY 90.9 FM, and through his highly regarded column that he wrote for the Philadelphia Inquirer. Dr. Dan has also published four books, including the international bestseller: Letters to Sam: A Grandfather’s Lessons on Love, Loss, and the Gifts of Life, and has delivered over 1000 lectures all over the world on a variety of topics affecting the well-being of people, families and the larger community. For more information about Dr. Dan, visit DrDanGottlieb.com.
Lori Volpe has been facilitating mindfulness meditation classes for the Penn Program for Mindfulness since 2011, and has co-taught mindfulness classes for Penn’s medical and nursing school students. She has been teaching and developing curriculum with Dr. Dan for several years. Lori is also an administrator of a non-profit meditation center. For more information about Lori visit OpeningIn.com.