December Events Roundup

Posted by – November 30, 2017
Categories: Event Info

Welcome to the NAB December Events roundup. Below are some highlights from our Events Calendar. If you don’t live near any of these events, please do share with any friends, family, or colleagues who might be interested in attending.

Featured Event

On December 4th, Rev. angel Kyodo williams, author of Radical Dharma, will be discussing Race, Spirit, and Justice as a featured panelist for the annual Fritzi Weitzmann Owens Memorial Lecture Series by the New York University Office of Global Spiritual Life.

Rev. angel will be joined by three other prominent voices in spiritual activism: Imam Khalid Latin, Dr. Simran Jeet Singh, and Shaun King. The panel will be moderated by NYU Law Faculty Member, Alina Das.

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Upcoming Events


Matthew Fox will be speaking at St. Benedict’s Episcopal Church in Los Osos, CA on December 1st through 3rd.

The “Finding Clarity and Well-Being in Times of Challenge” presentation features Phillip Moffitt, author of Awakening through the Nine Bodies, on December 7th at the Double Tree hotel in Rohnert Park, CA.

Phillip will also be leading a three-day, non-residential retreat at the Seattle Insight Meditation Center from December 1st through 3rd.

Monica Sharma, author of Radical Transformational Leadership, will be offering a workshop at John Jay College of Criminal Justice on December 12th in New York, NY.

Break Through with Breathwork author Jim Morningstar is offering an online class on December 13th to stay balanced and healthy.

Join Rev. angel Kyodo williams at the “A Weekend of Radical Dharma” workshop from December 15th through 17th at The Summit on Pike in Seattle, WA.

Robin Rose Bennett, author of Healing Magic and The Gift of Healing Herbs, is leading the Winter Solstice Ritual Celebration at the New York Open Center on December 16th.

About the Author

North Atlantic Books (NAB) is an independent, nonprofit publisher committed to a bold exploration of the relationships between mind, body, spirit, and nature. Founded in Vermont, in 1974, NAB aims to nurture a holistic view of the arts, sciences, humanities, and healing. Over the decades, it has been at the forefront of publishing a diverse range of original books in alternative medicine, ecology, and spirituality, with a pioneering publishing program that encompasses somatics, trauma, raw foods, craniosacral therapy, shamanism, and literature.