We’re joined by personal trainer and good friend Charlie Levine to talk about exercise, healthy living, and embodied spiritual practice. Charlie is the man behind the magic that is 513FIT here in Cincinnati and a great personal trainer and coach.
If you still need to buy your ticket for Wild Goose be sure to use the promo code: LYDIA – you’ll save 10% and Lydia’s House will get 5% to support the good work they are doing for women and children in need.
Aaron sits down with Lisa Andrews and Maggie Gough, both registered dietitians and all around good people, to talk food and embodied spiritual practice. Our conversation ranges from smoothies to fish fries to artificial nutrition.
DG, Andrea, and Aaron introduce a new theme for a series of podcasts on embodied spiritual practice. What does it look like to live our spiritual practice in our bodies? We’ll talk with practitioners of yoga, personal trainers, massage therapists, and others about how they live and incarnate spiritual practice in their lives.
If you are in the Cincinnati area, join us for A Moveable Feast! Cincinnati Taekwondo Center, Sunday, April 27 at 6:00pm. Dinner, conversation, and informal Communion to follow! We will join Paul Korchak, master instructor and owner of the Cincinnati Taekwondo Center. Paul will share how he is striving to integrate his Christian faith and his practice of martial arts. We will reflect together on where we find our identity. What would it mean to be visibly Christian? How can we integrate our work and our faith? Join us as we explore the many ways we give glory to God with our lives.
Moveable Feasts create a community of practice and a place for imagining a new way to be church. All are welcome. Please bring a dish to share!