Dr. Rob to Offer Day Retreat in Syracuse on February 5th, 2012
Posted by: cnyha on Jan 27, 2012 in news

The Art of Living with Intent Retreat: Expansion & Love
Sunday, Feb. 5th, 1-6pm
195 Intrepid Lane, CNY Healing Arts Center
$40 per person includes book and dinner
Pre-registration necessary, call 315.671.5755

Dr. Rob Kiltz, Author, Fertility Doctor and Motivational Speaker, is excited to offer his next day retreat. Joining him will be Sheila Applegate, Clinical Therapist, Motivational Presenter, Author and Radio Host, and Teresa Huggins, MS, Inspirational Speaker, Author, and Leadership Facilitator. February’s retreat focus will be on love, expansion, and cultivating a life of being open to possibilities. Each attendee will get a copy of Dr. Rob’s new book, The Art of Living with Intent: 60 Days of Intentions and Inspirations.

Click here to preview the book. This Day Retreat will end with a delicious warm dinner and time for community sharing. Read more about Dr. Rob here, Sheila here and Teresa here. *Limited space available so please call and pre-register soon at 315.671.5755. Fee to attend is $40 and will be collected at time of registration.


Kirtan with The Now
Sunday, Feb. 5th, 6-8pm
195 Intrepid Lane CNY Healing Arts Center

$10 cash donation suggested

All are welcome to attend this very spiritual and wonderful event. Open to the general public. The Kirtan band, the Now is made up of Mark Nanni and David DeSiro and they’ve been playing around CNY on a regular basis this year. They played a previous Kirtan event at CNY Healing Arts to an audience of about 35 in January. Interest in Kirtan is building in our area. Come experience Kirtan with us! * Please register by calling 315.671.5755.

About Kirtan:
Kirtan is a musical call and response where the “band” calls and the “audience” responds. We chant to the different forms of the Divine,mostly in Sanskrit. Don’t worry if you’ve never been to a Kirtan or don’t know Sanskrit: you can learn the music and the words on the spot, and although everyone is encouraged to sing, you can also feel free to dance, clap, or even just quietly meditate upon the music and the occurrence of the vibration of the mantras. Kirtan is a form of Bhakti (devotional) Yoga.

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