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Our world is rapidly changing. It needs a church, rooted in scripture, orthodoxy and tradition; but fluent in the language and culture of the world today Wildwood UMC is focusing on forming faith communities especially for those who have never been involved in church (un-churched) or who have left the church (de-churched). But this doesn’t mean giving up on the established church. There is a great inheritance in the established church that can and must be passed along to future generations. In our commitment to make disciples, we have gone to the mission edges where new forms of church are flourishing in our community.
We are a group of seekers gathering to practice Amrit Yoga and explore Christian Scriptures to unlock the healing potential of our body, mind, and soul.
Our bodies come equipped with the innate intelligence to heal ourselves. The body will naturally heal itself given the optimal conditions to do so. The body records everything; unresolved physical, mental, and emotional trauma can manifest in our muscles and joints disrupting healthy energy flow. This can lead to pain, dysfunction and accelerated deterioration. The practice of Yoga Therapy is about clearing the obstructions that block the healing process and help lead us to a higher connection to our Source.
Therapy is lead by Karen Hughes.
Yoga Therapy Church meets on Sunday Afternoons at 3 pm in the Fellowship Hall at Wildwood United Methodist Church. Suggested donation of $5 will benefit Wildwood UMC for the use of their space. Bring a yoga mat, block and strap if you have it. Some extras will be available. A water bottle will help in keeping you hydrated is recommended.
Bible study group will be meeting now at Moes SW Grill, 670 N. US HWY 441, Lady Lake, FL.
Join us every Sunday night from 6:30 pm–8:00 pm for burritos, fellowship, and lively conversation around the word of God. There is no need to be a Christian to attend. All are Welcome. Simply bring your appetite and questions. Chow!
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