Weekly Sacred Circles
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|
I'm Not That Kind of Girl - Writing Workshop
Saturday March 3 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Do you feel the weight of stereotypes that have been layered over your sense of self? Challenge the labels and expectations layered on women of all ages about femininity, sexuality and value. Millennials are labeled lazy and entitled, boomers as competitive and seniors as outdated and irrelevant. Discover the “kind of girl” you actually are, rather than what society tells you. We will read and discuss some images of “kinds of girls” in poems and then, through a transformative process, engage in self-reflective writing to connect with and celebrate just ”what kind of girl” is living within.
Facilitated by Desiree Dallaiacomo, program director Forward Arts and nationally recognized slam poet.
Mondays March 5-26 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Continue this study based on Center for Action and Contemplation’s 2017 CONSPIRE conference.
Mantra: Sound, Chant and Song
Wednesday March 14 6:30-8 pm
Hindu, Christian, Sikh, Jewish, Muslim: Rejoice in the
common thread of healing and devotion. Find your
peace by weaving together philosophy, light exercise,
group sound, meditation and a well deserved rest.
Facilited by Janet Sullivan, a licensed massage therapist practicing Shiatsu healing work for 20 years.
Welcome the Rhythms of Spring
Sunday March 18 3-4:30 pm
Join us for a concert and gong bath to transition from the energies of Winter to the festive notes of Spring. Feel the vibrational change and sense the subtle tones of transformation. No water is involved in a gong bath; participants sit or recline and allow the sounds to "wash over" them. The concert includes a variety of instruments and "singing" bowls. You may bring a yoga mat, pillow and blanket to rest comfortably. Some mats and blankets available.
Facilitated by Daniel Leonard, practitioner of yoga, sound arts and meditation leader; and Olivia Sophia, music educator, musician and sound arts promoter.
Volunteer: Baton Rouge Food Bank
3rd Tuesdays March 20 10 am - 12 pm
Can you find time in your schedule? Just 2 hours makes a difference.
Wear Closed-toe shoes/No Fee
Community Healing and Meditation
Wednesday March 21 6:30-8:30 pm
Join us for an evening of rejuvenation and healing with energetic cleansing and meditation. Clinic begins with light stretching, followed by a 15-minute guided meditation, “Meditation on Twin Hearts”, activating the heart and crown energy centers in the body by blessing the world with loving kindness. Afterwards, participants receive a personalized healing session with a trained Pranic Healing practitioner.
Facilitated by Pat Cole & Rita Riggio and trained members members of Pranic Healing of Baton Rouge.
Suggested Donation $10
Traditional Crystal Healing Workshop
Saturday March 24 9:30 am - 5 pm
Sunday March 25 10 am - 5 pm
Gift yourself with this intensive immersion in gem and crystal healing practices as passed down by elder indigenous healers and offered by permission. With Robin’s guidance as a Shamanic facilitator and certified Spiritual Healer, students will learn profound healing techniques with crystals and stones and gain hands on experience working with these ancient beings. Crystals and stones will be available for participants to purchase and work with during this workshop. Certificates will be given on completion.
Facilitated by Rev. Robin Cunningham, Vibrational Medicine Specialist - CH, LMT, RRMT working with holistic forms of healing for nearly 45 years.
Field Trip: Whitney Plantation Museum
Saturday March 24
Departing 9:30 am
I am changed. I see ... the dots across the timeline of history that led to our current situation of racism and the effect that it has across an entire ... nation.
- Mr. Sydney Lent -visitor 3.11.13
Join us for a unique tour experience of the Whitney Plantation, a museum dedicated to preserving and sharing authentic narratives of the enslaved population. We will begin with a special introductory talk with museum curator and research director, Dr. Ibrahim Seck at 10:30 am. Then we will enjoy a full guided tour of the grounds, memorials and buildings. Pack a brown bag so we can “lunch and learn” together. We will carpool from The Red Shoes parking lot leaving at 9:30 am.
From Ideas to Profit
Tuesday March 27 6:30-8 pm
Start or grow your business successfully! Research has shown 8 out of 10 entrepreneurs fail. You can be one of the profitable few. Join us to learn how to design and test your idea or current business. Learn what most successful business owners have in common. Attendees will leave with a Business Breakout template to jump into action. The time is now!
Facilitated by Monique Moliere Piper, MA, certified coach, entrepreneur and best-selling author helping women create their ideal lives and businesses.