Celebrate the Sedona Spirit on November 12th

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A special evening of rhythm and unity, Celebrate the Sedona Spirit: Collaborative Meditation for Global Healing, will be held at the Sedona Performing Arts Center, behind Red Rock High School, on November 12, 2011 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

Sedona Meditation Center

Celebrate the Sedona Spirit

Sedona Meditation Center is a special project of Dahn Yoga Foundation.

Come and celebrate the Sedona Spirit at the Sedona Performing Arts Center on November 12th from 7 pm to 9 pm. Located in Red Rock High School’s year-old state of the art performing arts center, “Celebrate the Sedona Spirit” promises to be a one of a kind event. It is a free admission community gathering put on by the newly opened Sedona Meditation Center, that expects a crowd of 700 people from in and around Sedona. A host of artists are preparing to bring the spirit of Sedona to the stage in a musical concert including well-known Taiko drummer, Ken Koshio, Vusi Baba Shibambo who plays the African drums, and Sedona’s Rhythm, a local Korean power drumming performance troop. Lively chorus music will be also be performed by Red Rockapella and A La Mode; Hip Hop group, Light Vibe will give an exciting demonstration to drums, and Shondra Jepperson of Tom and Shondra Entertainment will serve as the host. The evening will also include a “collaborative healing” experience and talk by Ilchi Lee, author of The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart, about global peace.

Several non-profit vendors will be sharing in the festivities, hosting their own booths with information about their services in Sedona. In support of Mitzvah day, Sedona Meditation Center will have a food donation drop box on site for guests to leave a suggested donation of dry or canned food. “Celebrate the Sedona Spirit” was created in the interest of promoting unity of hearts in the community and beyond.

Sedona Meditation Center(SMC) is a special project of Dahn Yoga Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Its mission is to inspire people to connect to their inner rhythm, to improve well-being and promote peace and happiness in the local community. SMC offers various meditation classes, drumming and dance, as well as a variety of lectures on holistic topics for an affordable membership fee. The center also offers on location outreach classes including Chair and Gentle Yoga for disabled persons, Collaborative Healing every Friday and Open Class every Saturday.

Special guest Ilchi Lee, as the Non-Executive Chairman of BR Consulting Inc., recently advised BR Consulting, Inc. to provide the Sun Building facilities, located at 340 Jordan Rd., to Dahn Yoga Foundation at no cost. Currently, the facilities are used by Sedona Meditation Center.

To RSVP for “Celebrate the Sedona Spirit” on Nov. 12, please call 928-282-3600 or contact Sedona Project Director, Haejung Jung at info(at)sedonameditationcenter(dot)org.

"Celebrate the Sedona Spirit" at Red Rock High School on Nov. 12 from 7-9 pm. World drumming by Ken Koshio, Vusi Baba Shibambo and Sedona’s Rhythm; singing by Red RockApella and A La Mode; Hip Hop by Light Vibe. Author of The Call of Sedona, Ilchi Lee, will give a talk and "collaborative healing" experience. This is a free event hosted by Sedona Meditation Center. Doors open at 6 pm. Silent auction and raffle for special prizes. To RSVP call 928-282-3600 or email info(at)sedonameditationcenter(dot)org.

"Celebrate the Sedona Spirit" on Nov 12 at Red Rock High. World drumming, song and collaborative healing. 7-9pm. RSVP 928-282-3600. Silent auction and raffle.

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