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The Centre for Conscious Awareness - Canada is a registered charity.
We are dedicated to teaching meditation to the public and to making a meaningful contribution to the community.
We are committed to helping individuals raise their conscious awareness of their innate, unique, positive potentials so that they can grow and evolve in their own way for their realization and fulfilment and thus also benefit their families and communities consequently giving back to society, nature and the world.
Listen to audio excerpt of a talk given by Matt Escott, Transition Co-ordinator from Light Patrol (Youth Unlimited - GTA) at our Year end community service event on December 4th, 2016. Matt spoke about the causes of youth homelessness in Toronto, statistics on homeless youth, Light Patrol initiatives and how CCA-Canada donations have impacted homeless youth.
There is also a short video of a performance by Maestre and Friends from the December 4th, 2016 event, wishing you and your family a Happy New Year and Happy Holidays in the song Feliz Navidad.
YEAR-END COMMUNITY SERVICE EVENT
Assembling blankets for homeless youth
Sunday December 4, 2016
S. Walter Stewart Library, Auditorium, 170 Memorial Park Ave, Toronto, ON M4J2K5
Come and join us as we review our year and assemble blankets for Light Patrol, an outreach programme of Youth Unlimited (Toronto YFC), a registered charity that responds to the needs of Toronto's homeless and street-involved youth.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED BY EMAIL BY DECEMBER 2, 2016.
6TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
We celebrated the
Centre for Conscious Awareness – Canada’s 6th anniversary on Sunday November 13, 2016!
•Guest Speaker: Lisa Ward, Toronto & Region Conservation Authority
Topic: Climate Change
•Musical performances by Ed Hanley (Tabla) of Juno nominated Autorickshaw & Suba Sunkaran (Vocal)
•Native Indian Dancing
at the Black Creek Pioneer Village
Victoria Room(Lower Level)
1000 Murray Ross Parkway, M3J 2P3
(near the intersection of Steeles Avenue and Jane Street)
Health and Wellbeing Workshop
Guest Speaker: Jodie Brant, Public Health Nurse,
Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention, Toronto Public Health
High levels of stress can make a person feel tense or anxious, cause headaches, stomach ailments
and other symptoms.
Left untreated, stress can lead to more serious
conditions like high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol, overweight
and obesity, type 2 diabetes and other factors associated with heart
In this workshop held on June 12, 2016, we learned about:
· The signs and symptoms of stress
· The impact of stress on health
* Strategies for preventing and coping with everyday stress
We joined Evergreen and the Town of Richmond Hill and planted native trees and shrubs
at Monticello Park.
We also made a donation to Evergreen Canada.
Community Planting at Monticello Park
April 30, 2016 | 10:00am–12:00pm
STRESS MANAGEMENT SEMINAR & ARKA DHYANA DEMONSTRATION
Date: April 29th, 2016
Location: Ryerson University
ARKA DHYANA INTUITIVE MEDITATION COURSE
Sunday May 1, 2016
Level 1 and 2
2:30pm to 4:00pm
Sunday May 29, 2016
Level 3 and 4
2:30pm to 4:00pm
Chorus Music Academy
595 Cityview Blvd, Unit #6
Woodbridge, ON L4H 3M7
Registration is CLOSED.
We partnered with Light Patrol to prepare blankets that were delivered to homeless youth in downtown Toronto.
Date: Sunday December 13, 2015
Location: S. Walter Stewart Library
Click here for more details
FIFTH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION EVENT - 2015
Message from Toronto Mayor John Tory
Guest Speaker: Dr. Shafi Bhuiyan, MD, MPH, MBA(c), PhD
Topic: Global Public Health Awareness - Mother and Child Healthcare in Developing Countries
Musical Performances: Ed Hanley (Tabla) of Juno nominated Autorickshaw and Justin Gray (Bass Veena)
Native Indian Drumming
Location: Black Creek Pioneer Village