YMCA of Greater Toronto & the Aga Khan Museum Bring You a New Mindfulness & Education Series
Explore innovative ways to prioritize your well-being when two charities join forces to bring wellness to the community
The Bright Spot family, you now have new ways to find inner peace and gain wisdom with a partnership between the YMCA of Greater Toronto and the Aga Khan Museum. The two charities partnered to offer a series of mindfulness and educational programs. Leaders in community programming with a focus on inclusion and diversity, this partnership is a natural fit for both organizations. The YMCA of Greater Toronto is pleased to bring together members of the community in new ways to support overall health and well-being.
The YMCA and the Aga Khan Museum will offer both online and in-person mindfulness sessions now that Ontario is in Stage 3 of its Roadmap to Reopen plan. Virtual educational sessions hosted by Aga Khan Museum curators will be offered at The Bright Spot and at the Museum’s virtual museum: #MuseumWithoutWalls.
Explore a peaceful means of practising mindfulness meditation, a method of meditation that combines “probing for inner truth” with physical relaxation. The educational sessions at The Bright Spot and #MuseumWithoutWalls will take you on a virtual exploration of the Aga Khan Museum with specialized museum curators. These interactive and engaging sessions will explore displays, collections, objects and more.
- Educational classes start on September 1, 2021, at The Bright Spot.
- The next mindfulness session happening at the Aga Khan Museum will be on August 18, 2021, at 10 am.
Look for more details about upcoming events in this series at The Bright Spot’s activities calendar.