ONLINE: Tuesday Restoring Balance Luncheon

Is it possible to restore life balance over lunch? We’d like to think that such mindful changes can happen in small moments, so why not at lunch? Simple, rejuvenating practices will be shared and discussed with ample opportunity to practice. 

Facilitated by Seton Cove staff and facilitator community, these mind/body/spirit practices can help us all restore that much needed life balance.

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Tuesday Luncheons this Quarter:


1/12 - Poem's Corner with Ginny Agnew
2021 has swept in like a hurricane. Perhaps it needs a little gentling. Like a bird that has gentled enough to sit on a human hand or a horse to take a rider; 2021 just needs a bit of poetry to ready it for us and we for it. 

1/26 - Enneagram-Powered Healing in the Next Year with Daniel Hope
With a New Year starting and the end of a global pandemic in sight, we have reason for hope and we all have some healing to do. In this session we will look at the unique approaches to healing found in each of the 9 Enneagram Archetypes.  Knowledge of Enneagram and a working theory of your Enneagram type is helpful but not necessary.  Join us for an hour of hope, healing and a compassionate look at what each of us brings to the table.

2/2 -  Seeing Racism with Bob Fish
In their short film, "Trauma of the Flag," filmmakers Vincent Powell and Ryan Booth offer a gripping, firsthand account of systemic racism in the wake of George Floyd's death, set against a backdrop of ordinary white privilege. Please join us as we see and listen deeply to the film through a process of visio divina. 

2/9 - Attunement: The Antidote to Suffering with Jon-Eric and Jessica Steinbomer
The opposite of disconnection and factions is connection. What happens in our bodies when we connect? How does developing a practice of deep listening heal the divide between "us and them"? Join Jessica and Jon-Eric Steinbomer, researchers and authors of "The Heart of UX- The Way of the Connected Researcher" as they playfully present some fundamental principles on what happens in our brains, hearts and bodies as we connect and listen to each other. We will actively explore together through embodied experiences what it feels like when we listen, and are heard. Join us for an hour of connection!

2/16 - Poem's Corner with Ginny Agnew
2021 has swept in like a hurricane. Perhaps it needs a little gentling. Like a bird that has gentled enough to sit on a human hand or a horse to take a rider; 2021 just needs a bit of poetry to ready it for us and we for it. 

2/23 - The Four Noble Truths: Diagnosis, Cause, Prognosis, and Prescription with Brian Woolworth
More than twenty five hundred years ago, the man we know as the historical Buddha proclaimed that "All is suffering".  Fortunately, he also gave us a method to understand its causes, a hopeful prognosis, and a treatment path.  Please join us in this discussion of his Four Noble Truths.
3/2 -  Exploring the Mind-Body Connection Through Breath & Movement with Shannon Sims
Human beings are mind, body, and spirit. Join us as we take a journey into the collective human experience through breath and movement. What we think affects our bodies, and what we feel in our bodies affects what we think. Learn and experience a variety of breath and movement practices intended to rebalance, restore, and re-center. This workshop is suitable for all experiential levels.  

3/9 - Journey to the Heart: A Labyrinth Meditation with Will Boesl
Retreat to your creative essence, which can be easily buried underneath the flood of anxiety and exhaustion in our current reality. In this experiential and restorative hour, we will explore together how the labyrinth helps us to see our lives in the context of a path and stirs within us a journey to the Heart. Please join us as we take the time to rest in presence with the soothing sounds of the harmonium, the art of drawing, and the mythical movement of the finger labyrinth.

3/16 - Poem's Corner with Ginny Agnew
2021 has swept in like a hurricane. Perhaps it needs a little gentling. Like a bird that has gentled enough to sit on a human hand or a horse to take a rider; 2021 just needs a bit of poetry to ready it for us and we for it. 

3/23 - A Deep Dive into the Ayurvedic Doshas with Neelam Misra
The Ayurvedic doshas are forces which oversee physiology. There are three main doshas: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. You may have heard of the doshas and their impact on our health, but did you know that the doshas have far reaching effects on time, cellular biology,  seasons, even the hours of the day? 

In this talk/class we will explore the Ayurvedic doshas, their characteristics, and their effects on our psychology and physiology. We will examine  the five element theory and how it relates to the doshas.  We will also see how the doshas  exert their influence  on time, seasons, and the hours of the day.  We will learn to work with the doshas and bring them into balance. 

3/30 - “I Could Not See to See”: The Natural World as Revelation with A.R. Rodgers
In this workshop, we will look to poets Emily Dickinson and Joy Harjo in order to determine how they have allowed the natural world to act as a point of revelation. Whether positioning the natural world as a point of praise or a space for doubt, we will seek to understand the poem’s architecture in order to create our own poems that feature the natural world as a tool for discovery.

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The price of Tuesday Luncheons have adjusted to $10. Due to the adjusting environment, we've had to make some adjustments, too. Thank you for your support!

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Sessions

Status When Where Presenter/Details
Seats Available
Tuesday, January 26, 2021
Jan 26 12-1pm
Zoom Video Conferencing
3708 Crawford St
Austin, TX 78731
Enneagram-Powered Healing in the Next Year with Daniel Hope
Seats Available
Tuesday, February 2, 2021
Feb 2 12-1pm
Zoom Video Conferencing
3708 Crawford St
Austin, TX 78731
Seeing Racism with Bob Fish
Seats Available
Tuesday, February 9, 2021
Feb 9 12-1pm
Zoom Video Conferencing
3708 Crawford St
Austin, TX 78731
Jessica & Jon-Eric Steinbomer
Seats Available
Tuesday, February 16, 2021
Feb 16 12-1pm
Zoom Video Conferencing
3708 Crawford St
Austin, TX 78731
Poem's Corner with Ginny Agnew
Seats Available
Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Feb 23 12-1pm
Zoom Video Conferencing
3708 Crawford St
Austin, TX 78731
The Four Noble Truths: Diagnosis, Cause, Prognosis, and Prescription with Brian Woolworth
Seats Available
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
Mar 2 12-1pm
Zoom Video Conferencing
3708 Crawford St
Austin, TX 78731
Exploring the Mind-Body Connection Through Breath & Movement with Dr. Shannon Sims
Seats Available
Tuesday, March 9, 2021
Mar 9 12-1pm
Zoom Video Conferencing
3708 Crawford St
Austin, TX 78731
Journey to the Heart: A Labyrinth Meditation with Will Boesl
Seats Available
Tuesday, March 16, 2021
Mar 16 12-1pm
Zoom Video Conferencing
3708 Crawford St
Austin, TX 78731
Poem's Corner with Ginny Agnew
Seats Available
Tuesday, March 23, 2021
Mar 23 12-1pm
Zoom Video Conferencing
3708 Crawford St
Austin, TX 78731
A Deep Dive into the Ayurvedic Doshas with Neelam Misra
Seats Available
Tuesday, March 30, 2021
Mar 30 12-1pm
Zoom Video Conferencing
3708 Crawford St
Austin, TX 78731
“I Could Not See to See”: The Natural World as Revelation with A.R. Rodgers