Programs

Art As Spiritual Practice: Meditation with Tiffany Montavon

Sunday, August 1, 2021 | 4:00pm

Join us on the Sunday evenings listed below as we explore playful practices that nourish the spirit. Invite your friends or make new ones as we laugh and create with the Spirit in community. All sessions will occur on Zoom. A link and information for each program will be sent to you 24 hours prior to the start of the program with a reminder sent the day of the program.

Sunday, August 1: Art as Spiritual Practice: Meditation with Tiffany Montavon

Rain, mist, volcanoes, evaporation, icebergs, clouds... the myriad ways moisture moves on our tiny blue planet provides a fascinating metaphor for us to map out abundance in our spiritual lives.

Join us as we look at the myriad of ways water show up and encourages us to track abundance in our own lives. Using the water cycle as our guide, discover where your our own energy collects and pools, resting deep like ground water, or evaporating away. Look at life events that have burst forth with clouds of steam, and note what dynamics have led to steady times in life, like a good snow pack that melts gradually.

Tiffany Montavon is a life coach, retreat leader, and community organizer who has been leading Women’s Retreats for 25 years. Tiffany is a certified Yoga Nidra instructor, New Mexico Master Naturalist, 4 Gateways Coach, and Wilderness First Aid provider. Bringing her years of experience with contemplative practices, body prayer, and inclusive spirituality, Tiffany weaves together creative practices to enrich the lives of individuals and groups. Whether coaching, leading a “Listening to the Land” Pilgrimage, a wonder walk, hosting Red Tents, or teaching creative practices such as yoga, journaling, or creative assemblage, Tiffany’s work encourages people to be both informed and deeply nourished by the land they are walking in and people they are walking with.

Sunday, July 18: Giggles for Joy, Creativity and Peace: Laughter Yoga

Sunday, July 25: Full Like the Moon: Writing and the Practice of Gratitude

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    • August 1 @ 4:00 pm