Weekly Sacred Circles

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Sunday Sacred Circle

Sundays                5-6 pm
A Course in Miracles Mondays               7-8:30 pm
Compassion in Action Wednesdays        10:30 am-12 pm
Meditation Wednesdays         5-6 pm
Dream Discovery Thursdays             10:30 am-12 pm
Spiritual Journey Circle Thursdays             6-7 pm

*POSTPONED* - Dance in the Sun Vision Board Workshop
Saturday          February 4  10 am-4 pm


Start the new year by defining clear and meaningful goals! Keep your goals in front of you by creating a vision board with pictures and words that illustrate what you want to achieve. A vision board is a way to sell your own ideas to yourself, to anchor to your dreams and to allow the magic of manifestation to work in your life. Join us to focus on your authentic life, your core clarity. Let go of what’s in the way – clearly connect with your dreams while designing a vision that calls to you and will attract your ideal outcomes.   

Facilitated by Monique Moliere Piper, M.A., a speaker, bestselling author and certified professional coach. She has coached women for over 7 years.




Isle of Women Series: Learn Loving Foot Care
Tuesday           February 7   6-8:30 pm


Pamper yourself with a natural, easy-to-do foot spa routine. Join this class of our “Isle of Women” series, modeled on a mythic place where women nourished the healthy feminine, caring for bodies, hearts and souls.  We will create and experience an herbal soak, make our own all-natural foot butter and use it to give ourselves a basic foot massage.  Because our feet are a source of alignment and stability in our lives, treating them with mindfulness centers us. Bring the spa home - you will receive a soaking basin, massage butter, recipes and instructions. Please bring a clean 2-4 ounce sized jar with lid, a hand towel, and clean feet.

Facilitated by Megan Assaf, BFA, LMT, Women's Health Massage Therapist.


Product supplies included $25


Book Study: Being Mortal
Thursdays       February 9-23     6-7:30 pm


Being Mortal provides a very humane discussion of a subject many of us know we need to attend to and yet avoid: the realities of physical decline and mortality. In this New York Times best-seller, Dr. Atul Gawande draws from his personal and professional experience to describe the advances made by medical science in prolonging human life—and the limitations of medical science in caring for those at the end of life.  Dr. Gawande describes the contemporary American scene in elder care with its pitfalls and possibilities, pointing always to how we might provide care in which the elderly maintain a sense of autonomy, dignity and purpose. Please read the Introduction, Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 before the first class.

Facilitated by Ann Trousdale, author of Cotton Patch Rebel and a deacon in the Methodist Church. 



Open Mic Music and Poetry
Friday         February 10         7-8:30 pm


Looking for a great start to the weekend? Celebrate the best of the arts in Baton Rouge! Enjoy a night of unique creative offerings: poetry and music to stir your heart and soul.  Join our audience to experience this tapestry of talent and stay for coffee and desserts. Musicians, singers and poets: Share your original or favorite works in this supportive, appreciative “coffee-house” setting. Call early to reserve your 5-minute spot. 



*POSTPONED* - A Gift of Love: Have I Got a Story for You…

Gifting Your Family with Stories of the Past
Sunday         February  12         2-5 pm


Don’t allow your family’s history to be lost. It's easy enough to document your family today with smart phones and social media – but how do you capture stories and memories from previous generations? One of the best gifts you can give your family is a sense of their history. We will use various prompts and exercises to begin writing the stories of our family’s past: stories that are funny, inspiring, dramatic or poignant. Create a concrete gift that can be handed down through generations. All writing levels welcome.   


Facilitated by Robin Palmer Blanche, author, screenwriter, mother of two under two.



Community Healing Nights - Monthly
3rd Wednesdays   February 15       6:30-8:30 pm


Pranic healing is a powerful “no-touch” healing modality developed by Grand Master Choa Kok Sui using “life force” or prana (chi) to heal emotional and physical ailments. Pranic healing offers specific protocols for each condition. Enjoy receiving a healing session and learn to heal yourself.   

Facilitated by students of Master Stephen Co.

Suggested Donation $10


NIRA: Meditation Retreat

Saturday       February 18         8 am-5 pm

Sunday         February 19          8 am-5 pm 


Introduction to NIRA: Meet Dr. Sitesh Roy

Date to be announced               7-8:30 pm

Learn about NIRA, a non-profit wisdom school for healing and self-transformation based in Mumbai, India.



Retreat: Meditation, Healing and Transformation

Saturday      February 18         8 am-5 pm

Sunday         February 19         8 am-5 pm


Retreat : Meditation, Healing and Transformation 

Experience an intensive 2-day retreat focusing on the art of self-healing and body purification to alleviate stress and release negative emotions. This master-led process emphasizes the deep understanding of the true self and assists in personal clearing and transformation. The goal is the centering of energies to connect with higher realms of consciousness to bring about peace and the healing of physical, emotional and mental blocks. Practices include guided sessions on stress management, silence, relaxation techniques, healing processes and sacred meals. Release anxiety as this NIRA trained team helps you develop new living skills to restore balance.

Facilitated by Dr. Sitesh Roy, a diplomate of the American Board of Allergy & Immunology as well as  a holistic healer, a Reiki grandmaster and a nutrition and lifestyle coach; his wife, Hemangi; and Dr. Mridula Nair, 4th generation Ayurvedic healer, life coach, NIRA.


Energized vegetarian lunch included.

Early bird before Feb 1 - $150/ $175


Volunteer: Baton Rouge Food Bank

4th Tuesdays         February 21         10 am-12 pm
Location:10600 South Choctaw Dr. (Fraenkel Center)


Can you find time in your schedule? Just 2 hours makes a difference. The food bank counts on volunteers for over 20,000 hours of help each year. All food donated must be sorted and categorized for distribution. That is where we come in: we will meet at the food bank to sort or bag food. Join our team, call us today to volunteer. (Wear closed-toe shoes.)

No Fee


The Journey: From Idea to Profitable Business

Wednesday         February 22           6:30-8:30 pm


Begin your journey as an entrepreneur on the right foot. According to research, 8 out of 10 businesses fail. How can you be in the successful minority? Explore start-up business obstacles and how to overcome them. Learn the two most important components every business owner must have to be profitable. Attendees will receive a free Business Breakout template to help chart out your next moves. Nothing can stop you now!


Facilitated by Monique Moliere Piper, M.A., a speaker, bestselling author and certified professional coach. She has coached women for over 7 years.



Lunations: New Moon Ritual

Saturday         February 25           6-7:30 pm


Join us to tap into the cycle of the moon as a source for re-centering and re-grounding.