Summer Children’s Classes for Spiritual Enrichment
Center for Well-Being Lake Country is launching a new series of classes for children and adults interested in creating a spiritually enriched life. The Resources & Opportunities for Spiritual Enrichment, also known as The R.O.S.E. Program, is an eight-week program beginning June 11, with the first of the classes for children between ages 6 to 10. Future classes are being designed to work with parents of children from birth to 5 years old. Later this year, Center for Well-Being Lake Country will launch a class to support differently abled adults and their care teams.
“Today, children are exposed to a great deal of input as well as daily challenges previous generations could not have imagined,” says Sandra Anderson, director of Center for Well-Being Lake Country. “By equipping children with holistic tools, we increase their potential to cope with various challenges in their lives. The goal is to give them a framework for the body-mind-spirit connection and introduce them to simple techniques they can use every day and into the future.”
Location: 301 Cottonwood Ave., Hartland. For more information or to register, call 262-367-0607, email Sandra@C4WB.com or visit C4WB.com.
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