Groups and Workshops

Women’s Counseling Groups and Healing Circles

Women coming together in circle is an ancient heritage that has taken place in all cultures throughout history.  The circle represents a universal symbol for unity and wholeness and has been used in a variety of modalities over the centuries to share goals, discuss problems and seek community and wisdom.

No matter what ethnic or racial background we come from, we all have ancestors that sat in circle for the purpose of singing, praying, dancing, storytelling, grieving and problem solving.  Some of the modalities we have seen have been talking, drumming, singing and dancing circles.

I believe that women of all ages miss the community of this ancient custom and when given the opportunity to sit in circle, embrace the opportunity because somewhere all women hold the memory of this ancient custom in their bodies, as well as their psyches.

Come share your stories and experiences with other like-minded women in an environment of understanding, compassion and respect. Some of the benefits of joining our women’s group are:

  • Feeling connected and supported by community
  • Experiencing a safe place to share feelings, hopes and thoughts
  • Having a place to generate creative ideas and goals
  • Experiencing a greater connection to mind, body and spirit
  • Healing oneself personally, as well as collectively

Young Women’s Circle  

Wednesday Nights Weekly: For Women Under 40
Time: 7:00 -8:30 PM

Women Over 40 Circle 

Thursday Nights Weekly: For Women Over 40
Time: 7:00- 8:30 PM

Upcoming Breath workshops
To be announced.

Breathwork is an ancient spiritual practice that is known for its healing and transformative abilities.  I also like to refer to it as a musical journeying.

To read more about the Integrative Breath Work process please go to: What you need to Know about Integrative Breathwork and Why You Need to Do it

Please contact Leslie at (561) 706-1274 for more information.

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