Erika Bloodworth: “Mindfulness—an experiential journey”

Erika Bloodworth, a yoga instructor who teaches at our Fellowship, will combine poetry, prose with gentle breathing exercises we can all use during these stressful times.

Erika Bloodworth

This pre-recorded service will be available on our YouTube channel on Sunday morning, May 31. Our campus is closed to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

Erika’s presentation will be an opportunity to learn valuable techniques for navigating this strange new world we all inhabit.

She’s a well qualified coach. Erika’s own “mind, body and spirit journey” began when she was a nationally ranked gymnast and learned the power of visualization. She later earned a master’s degree in counseling. Erika also is a certified yoga instructor and an instructor for the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course.

You can learn more about Erika on her website.

Please join us this Sunday on YouTube. After you watch, hit the “like” button (if you liked), leave a comment and subscribe to our channel.

Grace Fellowship Hall will reopen, in a limited way, for the Sunday service on June 14, but only if the latest data and trends about the pandemic remain encouraging. Check this website for the latest information. When we do reopen, we’ll require masks and strict social distancing, and we’ll limit the number of people who can attend a service.

Meanwhile, we’ll continue posting services on YouTube, and we’ll continue offering opportunities to connect with each other by Zoom videoconferencing.

We respect your decisions to do what it takes to protect your health. We want to help you stay safe.