Golden Bridge Hollywood Closing Celebration

Experience has its own secret structuring. Endings are natural. An ending can in fact be the opening of a new journey - a new beginning that we never could have anticipated & one that engages forgotten parts of the heart...

Join us for a magical evening of Yoga, Dance, & Food as we open ourselves & our hearts,  celebrating the completion of one journey & the beginning of a new one!

• Yoga led by Gurmukh - the last class in our Hollywood studio

accompanied by live music with AYKANNA

 • Gong with Gurushabd

 • Bhangra Dance led by Wah

 • Closing Ceremony by Sara Eaglewoman

 • Dinner will be served

We will be accepting donations for the Center at Blessed Sacrament, an organization whose mission is to end chronic homelessness in Hollywood:

http://thecenterinhollywood.org

Free to all ~ accepting donations for the Center at Blessed Sacrament

 The Center at Blessed Sacrament creates vibrant, welcoming community forpeople who have long-term experience of homelessness. By nurturing healthy, supportive relationships we aim to break down the walls of isolation thatare such a detrimental part of living on the streets. Ultimately, we work to connect people and resources that result in sustainable, permanent housing for our chronically homeless neighbors.

The Center at Blessed Sacrament, a secular 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization.The Center fulfills its mission to end chronic homelessness in Hollywood byproviding an innovative purpose-driven program that works to get people offthe street and into sustainable housing. It is a community resource thatserves as a hub for more than a dozen agencies working together to endhomelessness in Hollywood, improving life for everyone who works and lives here.

Each week the Center offers more than twenty-five different group activities designed to engage each participant¹s mind and spirit in sharedlife-enhancing experiences. The Center has become that place in the Hollywood community where individuals can undertake the often arduousjourney towards finding and becoming their "best selves" through acceptanceby and interaction with others. From the stability and security of a newhome and freed from the limitations and obstacles of homelessness, {or evensometimes still in the midst of life on the streets } they findopportunities at the Center to re-discover and participate in the stuff ofeveryday life, to find friendship that diminishes their loneliness, and tore-connect to others and to community.