This fun and loving couple said their I do's and became husband and wife on Oct. 27, 2018, at Fat Apple Farms in Columbus, WI. Cory and Pamela shared this very special day with their children and created a new family with the strong and ever-lasting bonds of love. Congratulations to you both!
This couple's love and strength is a blessing to themselves and the people that make up their beautiful family and friends. May the sun shine brightly upon them all the days of their life together as husband and wife. Melissa and Todd were married at the Wisconsin State Capital Rotunda on Oct. 20, 2018. Thank you to them both for allowing me to officiate their ceremony and be apart of their family story.
There was plenty of laughter and joy surrounding this lovely couple on their wedding day. Josh and Lisa were married at Emily's Ten Oaks Ranch, on a chilly, but beautiful day surrounded by an intimate group of loved ones.
Music brought them together, and it will be music that sees them through this new phase of their lives as husband and wife. Meagan and Bryan made their dream come true of being married outside, in this beautiful venue, The Hub at Cedar Creek, in Cedarburg, WI, surrounded by their loved ones. Congratulations, you two song birds! 10/6/18 ~ Sarah Harrison, Wedding Officiant for Koru Ceremony
Monday, February 5, 2018
For our Qigong warm up this week in Tai Chi class at the Monona Comm. Center, a new breathing technique will be introduced called Guo Lin Qigong, with an extension into the walking meditation.
We will continue with a review of our Tai Chi Walk and Harmonize Heaven and Earth, Sending Qi arm gestures with the introduction of our next form, Cutting Through Clarity.
New participants are welcome, as this class is set up to welcome new-comers throughout the curriculum. $7/drop in.
Join us this Monday, 1/15/18, for our second class of the session.
Save your spot and register through the Monona Parks and Rec Dept.
$40/8 week session ($5/class)
Drop-ins also welcome. ($7/class)
We will be continuing our talk on energy flow and begin a discussion on the topic of duality.
We will review the Tai Chi walk with an introduction of some new balancing gestures.
See you Monday, 6:00p-7:00pm.
I have spent time going within during this time of transition of seasons and haven’t posted much... on purpose. With every passing day comes change. With every passing day comes opportunity to heal and grow towards the light. As the seasons change to darkness, I retreat within to find the light.
My meditation practice has shifted to more stretching and strength training with Yoga, but still supported with my Qigong/Tai Chi for energy flow.
This morning, I sat in stillness and listened to a guided meditation from Insight Timer. I share my journal entry with you as inspiration to find your light within.
Spent the Meditation in my base Chakras. Felt first and second opening. Felt stagnation, anxiety in my third. Filled my self with love and light and imagined the dark surrounding my Self Chakra breaking off, melting away. After the meditation I still feel a tightness in my stomach, but I am holding optimism of knowing and with knowing comes choice and with choice of love comes healing.
Blessings to all of you.
For myself, I am a teacher of self awareness of the ego. For others, I am a preschool teacher and a teacher of Tai Chi and so, I offer an excerpt from Samael Aun Woer’s Books, Fundamentals of Gnostic Education, p. 5, “ Fear is one of the barriers of intelligence. Students with fear do not dare to disagree, and blindly accept as articles of faith whatever different authors state. It is useless for teachers to talk about audacity if they are fearful. Teachers must be free of fear. Teachers who fear criticism, who are afraid of what people might say, etc., cannot be truly intelligent. The true objective of education must be to put an end to fear and to awaken the consciousness. What is the purpose of passing examinations if we continue being afraid and unconscious?”
Sarah offers ease and fun to the process of getting married to couples as a Wedding Officiant with Koru Ceremony LLC. Sarah also contributes to her community as a Tai Chi and Qigong Instructor at the Monona Community Center.