Unitarians’ ‘Going Within’ workshops designed for seniors


Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship is offering “Going Within,” a series of workshops planned with seniors in mind.

The workshops will be held at the fellowship, 1207 Ellsworth St., from 12:30 to 3 p.m. on Tuesdays. People should bring a pen and pad to take notes.

While the workshops are free, optional donations of $1 to $20 help cover expenses. The schedule:

Jan. 21: “Journal Writing to Clear Clutter,” with Carolyn Koehnline. Explore ways to use writing to help you let go, make choices and break the stress-clutter cycle.

Feb. 25: “From Stressed to Blessed: Easing Stress Naturally,” with Sheryl Allen. Learn simple, practical ways to diminish the effects of stress while balancing and boosting body/brain energy.

April 1: “Foods For Vitality At Any Age,” with Linda Fels. Learn how your food and lifestyle choices influence whether you age gracefully.

April 29: “Creating a Joyful Life,” with Anastacia Metcalf. Discover where your energetic sources of life strength and pleasure are, and how to meet your primary needs by using them.

Details: Rachel Smith Manrique, 360-920-7638.

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