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Grief, Loss Workshop Supports Release Of Distressful Feelings

Supporting: Laurie Ellis Young, left, and Heather Reade will lead workshops on Grief and Loss.
Aslan Institute in Eagan and The Marsh in Minnetonka will host daylong workshops on April 4-5 on grief and loss, co-facilitated by Laurie Ellis Young and Heather Reade, two compassionate healers who help participants work through their sadness, loss and grief. Participants will learn a short series of gentle, yet powerful exercises – utilizing breathwork, Qigong, Tai Chi and Acupressure techniques – to foster a sense of emotional and physical balance. Laurie Ellis Young has traveled the world helping people overcome grief through breathwork. Heather Reade is founder of Full Circle Tai Chi and an instructor of Tai Chi and Chinese Medicine at The Marsh. For Saturday’s event, register at or contact Nancy at 952.512.1957 or For Sunday’s workshop, register at 952.935.2202.

Mastering Alchemy
Jim Self returns to the Twin Cities to teach free classes April 13-15 and a weekend seminar April 17-19 to assist you in becoming aware of and choosing the possibility that best serves your spiritual purpose. He will present practical tools to make an easier transition “through this most important time of shift.” The events are designed to help you quiet life’s noise and drama, merge with the Soul, remember yourself and create your Personal Power Field. Free classes will be: April 13 in Edina and April 14 and 15 in Minneapolis. The seminar will be April 17-19 in Bloomington. For information or to register, call Carol at 763.843.0043 or visit

Monastic outreach in Cities
The Minneapolis Meditation Group will host its first ever Monastic Outreach visit from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, May 16, at its Minneapolis temple, 112 W. 43rd St.. The Minneapolis Meditation Group is affiliated with Self-Realization Fellowship, a worldwide non-profit religious organization founded in 1920 by Paramahansa Yogananda, author of Autobiography of a Yogi. Monastics from SRF headquarters in Los Angeles will introduce the general public to the principles and practice of meditation. Those interested may sign up for more extensive lessons. The program includes an inspirational video and a Q&A session conducted by one of the monks. For more information, visit or call 612.788.8873.



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