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|
|Embracing Wellness||Thursdays 1-2:30pm|
|Spiritual Journey Circle||Thursdays 6-7 pm|
Compassion in Action Circle
Wednesdays November 1-29 10:30-12 pm
A Hidden Wholeness: The Journey Toward An Undivided Life by Parker J. Palmer. In a fragmented and wounded world it is easy to become disconnected from ourselves and each other. With compassionate intelligence and an informed heart, Palmer speaks to our yearning to live in accordance with our inner truth. Come and learn how to create a “circle of trust” where we can support each other on the journey to living balanced lives.
Fierce, Free and Feminine: 5-in-1 Workout
Fridays November 3, 17, & 24 11:30 am-12:30 pm
Exercise doesn’t have to be boring. Build confidence, improve fitness and have fun. Move, shake, stretch and meditate your way to inner peace and feminine power with a 5-in-1 workout: elegant Vienna Waltz, core-strengthening Belly Dancing, relaxing Meditation, fierce Warrior Pose Yoga, and the gentle movements of Tai Chi - all in one hour. All abilities welcome!
Facilitated by Lisa Bovenkamp-Langlois, Ph.D.
$10 per class
Dreams, Desire and the Longing for a Creative Life
Saturday November 4 10 am-3 pm
Georgia Trist will take us deep into her personal individuation journey with all its desire, disappointment and discovery, by sharing her experience of painting and dialoging with the images that
have come to her in dreams. Then we will explore our own dreams through the exploration of line and color. Discover a technique that will facilitate new paths to dream amplification by
engaging with art materials and methods in a supportive environment. When we help give our dream images visual forms, we get closer to their potential meaning and life-giving energies. If
you don’t remember a dream, we can do the work with stories or memories.
Facilitated by Georgia Trist, LCSW who uses art as a means of psychological inquiry and healing. She has studied with the New Orleans Jungian Seminar for the past ten years.
Holiday Fabric Collage Cards
Sunday November 5 2-4 pm
Create one-of-a kind greeting cards this year, using simple fabric collage techniques and a palette of holiday colors and themed fabrics. Learn basic techniques and principles of collage as you
make beautiful, reproducible, holiday works of art. Materials supplied.
Facilitated by Pam Arnold, collage artist enthusiast for many years.
Black Minds Matter
Mondays Nov 6-Nov 20 7-9 pm
Looking for a meaningful way to engage in the race conversation? Black Minds Matter is a course developed at San Diego State University designed to increase the national consciousness about issues facing black boys and men in education. The course draws parallels between issues faced by black males in society and the ways that black minds are engaged in the classroom.
Isle of Woman Series: Making Cordials
Tuesday November 7 6-8 pm
The Isle of Woman series blends making herbal crafts with nourishing our relationship to Self. Classes are dynamic, hands on, and inspirational.
This holiday season, give the gift of handcrafted herb and fruit cordials! We will learn how to make and use delicious, beneficial, easy cordials. Along the way, we will learn simple ways to support healthy natural digestion. Take home one cordial already made, and one in progress, a recipe list, and know how! (Please bring 2 jars with lids, 4oz or larger.)
Facilitated by Megan Assaf BFA, LMT.
Dr. Michael Conforti
Friday, November 10 & Saturday, November 11
In Partnership with the C.G. Jung Society of Baton Rouge
Grace and Resilience in Response to Trauma
Friday November 10 7-9 pm
Time of the Forgotten, Time of Remembrance: Reflections on Aging
Saturday November 11 9:30 am-2:30 pm
Friday $20 / Saturday $65
Early Bird Combo $75 / After November 1 Combo $80 CEUs Friday (2.0) Saturday (4.0) LPCs & MSWs $10
Embrace the Power Nestled Within Your Soul: A Writing Experience
Sunday November 12 2-4 pm
It is easy to feel overwhelmed by life’s challenges. It is time for us to stop and assess who we once were, who we are now, and who we aspire to become. Join The America, My Oyster Association, to take part in an exploration of self as we write about events where we triumphed in the face of adversity. Embracing these moments, owning them, helps cultivate inner strength and moves us closer to being our best selves in “the land of the free and home of the brave.”
Facilitated by Bea Gyimah of The America, My Oyster Assoc.
Community Healing and Meditation
3rd Wednesdays November 15 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 of Pranic Healing of Baton Rouge.
Suggested Donation $10
Quantum Healing and the Divine Feminine
Saturday November 18 10 am-3 pm
We create our reality through our thoughts and the energy available to us through our bodies. Now is the time to tap into the alchemical secrets of this power. We will reveal the depths of the subconscious, the power of hypnosis and explore the mysteries of the feminine and the power of sensuality. Delve into Hermetic teachings and experience a group past and future life regression session.
Facilitated by Julie Flores, RN-MSN, QHHT Level II & Aidi Kansas Intuitive Healer & Medium.
Volunteer: Food Bank Backpacks
3rd Tuesdays November 21 10 am-12 pm
Location:10600 South Choctaw Dr. (Fraenkel Center)
Help provide school children in need with backpacks of food to take home on weekends and holidays.
Bach Flower Remedies: A Natural Stress Reliever
Tuesday November 28 6:30-8:30 pm
Bach flower remedies are widely accepted for stress relief as an all-natural, safe and non-addictive alternative medicine. Over time, we subconsciously record the emotional grief and mental traumas we experience in our bodies and mind, resulting in long-term stress and pain. Learn to release this trapped negative energy by creating your own Bach flower remedies. Create a more peaceful body and mind.
Facilitated by Denise DuBos, Certified Bach Flower Therapist.