Nurturing Your Spirit through Joy, Self-care and Reflection with Sue Staropoli Monday, July 13, 2015 (6:30 - 8:30 p.m.)
As mothers, fathers, or caregivers, we are focused on caring and doing for others often neglecting our own self-care. Have you ever taken the time to reflect on how you care for yourself or asking if you are truly enjoying your life? Join us as Sue Staropoli facilitates an interactive discussion focusing on self-care and reflection in order to nurture your spirit and bring more joy in your life.
Sue Staropoli is an educator and consultant in the fields of spirituality and holistic health. Her focus is on a balanced lifestyle and the integration of body, mind and spirit. Her passion is to support people who want to grow physically, emotionally and spiritually. Sue holds a Master’s in Pastoral Theology from St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry as well as Certification in Spiritual Direction and Retreat-Giving from Creighton University. Sue is an advanced practitioner of Reiki and Integrated Energy Therapy. You can learn more about Sue and her work at http://suestar.com/
HMN Rochester's First Ever Swap – Bring items, take items, or do both. Share your goods and save some green.Monday, August 10, 2015 (6:30 - 8:30 p.m.)
Join HMN Rochester in our first ever swap. Plan to bring clean, gently used clothes, toys, and small household items you no longer need. Bring items, take items, or both! We simply ask that you take items that you will use (not sell) and that no item brought is broken, damaged, or not re-useable.
Kids grow so fast and, often times, their clothes are barely used. Why buy brand new when you can get like brand new for free? We also welcome men's and women’s clothing, shoes, and accessories too.
This event is a great way to check out Holistic Moms Network of Rochester Chapter. Meet members, join in the fun, and help us in finding new homes for our gently used things - save money AND keep stuff out of landfills. It's a win win for everyone! Everyone is welcome, so tell your friends, family, and anyone who might be in need. Leftover items will be donated to a charity.