We have a great deal to celebrate this Fall! And you?

On Sat, Oct 3 at 11am, our 12th class of Yoga/Healing Touch Interns graduate from their 200-hour program. They are sharing yoga & holistic self-care all over the planet…with family, friends, neighbors. And as I shared with you last week, each intern offers 100 volunteer-hours in the community gardens of Cincinnati & N Kentucky.

Ever considered becoming a yoga teacher? It has nothing to do with touching your toes. It DOES have to do with becoming aware of your toes and your whole self…all in gentle, easy ways.

Celebrate with us! Hear the inspiring stories of these great people!

AND…happy 10th birthday, VITALITY!

We will celebrate Sat, Oct 31 at 11am, 12:30, & 2pm . . . all of our supporters and friends will be able to sign up to join us for a Zoom-showing of our 10th Anniversary documentary and a conversation with VITALITY-friends and the incredible film-makers Mike Maney and Liz Smith. Each session will be about an hour, and you’re welcome to join us for any of them. We will need RSVPs for each of these sessions as we will limit each showing to about 75 people.

…please reach out for preferred status in choosing which time is best for you.

Then, on Sun, Nov 1 between 1 – 3pm . . . Open ‘House’ at VITALITY’s Glean & Share Garden in Walnut Hills, with optional walking tours of the other gardens in the neighborhood…masks required, socially distanced, fun!

We decided to move the 10th Anniversary celebration up a week from the originally planned date of Nov 7, just in case the election and the potential long process afterwards scrambles our focus and imagination. The documentary offers a great deal of hope for our world — no matter your favorite in the election.

As a lover of the history of the world on this amazing planet, I’m grateful for Margaret Mead’s stunning insight…

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world;
indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

Join us as we celebrate a revolution of love!
Brian Shircliff
program director