labyrinth

Taize at Grace North Church 

On the last Friday of each month, you can come and walk the Labyrinth to live musicians at Grace North Church, 2138 Cedar Street, Berkeley, CA.

At our monthly Interfaith Labyrinth Walk, we light our labyrinth with 97 candles, and as our band plays chants from various world religions. This is a free-form service, with few words spoken, and lots of freedom as we invite people to pray, sing, meditate, or walk the labyrinth. The Labyrinth walk is held on the last Friday of every month, from January through October (we take November and December off).

 

Taize at Grace North Church

On the last Friday of each month, you can come and walk the Labyrinth to live musicians at Grace North Church, 2138 Cedar Street, Berkeley, CA.

At our monthly Interfaith Labyrinth Walk, we light our labyrinth with 97 candles, and as our band plays chants from various world religions. This is a free-form service, with few words spoken, and lots of freedom as we invite people to pray, sing, meditate, or walk the labyrinth. The Labyrinth walk is held on the last Friday of every month, from January through October (we take November and December off).

Yoga on the Labyrinth Grace Cathedral July 5, 2016

I’ll be performing at Yoga on the Labyrinth with amazing cellist Suellen Primost! Be sure to come and say hello afterwards.


Whatever your background. . .
Whatever your beliefs. . .
Whatever your physical abilities. . .
You are welcome and encouraged to join us!

Each week hundreds of people fill San Francisco’s iconic Grace Cathedral to practice yoga and meditation. Taught by teacher and author Darren Main, and set to live music offered by a variety of renowned musicians, this gathering is truly unique.

All are welcome!

Some are young, others old. Some have practiced yoga for years, while others are just trying yoga for the first time. Diversity is the norm at Yoga on the Labyrinth and everyone is welcome regardless of religion, race, political affiliation, sexual orientation or gender identity.

While yoga was developed in ancient India, people of all faiths, spiritual traditions and cultures have found that this body-centered meditation is a great way to improve health, quiet the mind, open the heart and deepen one’s spirituality.

Participants are Jewish, Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim or on their own unique self-styled spiritual path. Other students are agnostic and atheist. Many are San Francisco residents, but Yoga on the Labyrinth also draws students from the world over.

Donation Based Yoga

A $10-$20 donation is suggested for this class. If you can give more, that will help us offer yoga to someone who has less. If you can’t afford to donate, we welcome you just the same and we are always looking for volunteers to help in non-financial ways too! Donation boxes are located at the both entrances to the cathedral.

Yoga on the Labyrinth Grace Cathedral May 3, 2016

Whatever your background. . .
Whatever your beliefs. . .
Whatever your physical abilities. . .
You are welcome and encouraged to join us!

Each week hundreds of people fill San Francisco’s iconic Grace Cathedral to practice yoga and meditation. Taught by teacher and author Darren Main, and set to live music offered by a variety of renowned musicians, this gathering is truly unique.

All are welcome!

Some are young, others old. Some have practiced yoga for years, while others are just trying yoga for the first time. Diversity is the norm at Yoga on the Labyrinth and everyone is welcome regardless of religion, race, political affiliation, sexual orientation or gender identity.

While yoga was developed in ancient India, people of all faiths, spiritual traditions and cultures have found that this body-centered meditation is a great way to improve health, quiet the mind, open the heart and deepen one’s spirituality.

Participants are Jewish, Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim or on their own unique self-styled spiritual path. Other students are agnostic and atheist. Many are San Francisco residents, but Yoga on the Labyrinth also draws students from the world over.

Donation Based Yoga

A $10-$20 donation is suggested for this class. If you can give more, that will help us offer yoga to someone who has less. If you can’t afford to donate, we welcome you just the same and we are always looking for volunteers to help in non-financial ways too! Donation boxes are located at the both entrances to the cathedral.