CONSOLATIONS BY DAVID WHYTE – BOOK OF THE MONTH STUDY GROUPWith Ron Wade
August 5 – 26
6:30 - 8 pm
|Consolations is a collection of 52 essays about everyday words. Each week, we will read and discuss one randomly selected essay from the 52 essays in Consolations. We will seek to “Uncover the Solace, Nourishment and Underlying Meaning of Everyday Words.” Each participant is encouraged to find an essay that resonates with them and bring it to the gathering. If time permits, we will read and discuss this word, too. Each week is self-contained, so if you miss a week, the only thing you might miss is a discussion of your favorite word.
FOUNDATIONS OF QIGONGWith Chris Shelton
August 22- September 24 (six weeks)
Early Bird Registration: $125, Save $25
Registration at door: $150
Drop-in fee: $28
|Qigong is a powerful movement-based meditation renowned for clearing and balancing blocked energy. By focusing on breath, posture and mind-intent, practitioners learn simple movements and meditations that restore harmony and balance to their body, mind and spirit. Join us once a week for six-week to gain a foundation into this simple practice with profound results.
THE VISION WORKSHOP: 3 KEYS TO ACCELERATING YOUR RESULTSWith Cici Bower
|4th Wednesday of the month (3 Wednesdays to choose from)|
Aug 28, Sep 25 OR Oct 23
6:39 – 8:41 pm
$30 advance per session
$35 day of each session / at the door
|In 1853, Henry David Thoreau wrote his famous essay called “Walden” which contains a hidden code for prosperous living. During this dynamic Vision Workshop you will unlock this code so that you can harness your life’s purpose and the prosperity you deserve! You will learn: to Vision from your dream; to Decide for your dream and, to Understand your paradigms. And much more! 3 different dates to choose from (AUG, SEP or OCT) so you don’t have to miss out!
DISCOVER YOUR WHYWith Connie Brock & Shirley Henry
9:30 am -12:30 pm
|In these turbulent times, we must get clear about why we do what we do. My clients often struggle with who and what they stand for, while trying to fit into a job that may not honor their values and innate skills. When my clients are clear about the value they bring, they can more easily decide to keep (or tweak) their current job, or look for a new one. Perhaps you face the same dilemma? I would argue that the clearer you are about who you are and the value you bring, the more able you will be to create your future from a firm foundation.