Mindfulness in Changing Times

with Cathy Jackson,

Wednesday, June 17th, 5-6:30 pm

Through mindful practices, teachings, poetry and sharing we will touch our lives with awareness. The more deeply we touch our individual lives with kindness and wisdom, the more we deeply appreciate and feel intimately linked to the world.
Like a dance, our lives are flowing rivers of change. Everything you need to live well is within you. This class will be a continuation of the May 20th workshop, but you need not have attended that one to join us.Until I see you again, take a moment to pause…
Let the breath be deep in the body…..on the inbreathe, simply notice, you are here.
On the out breath, let your mind and body settle.
On the next in breathe feel your heart and whatever it holds.
As you release that breathe, relax completely around that beautiful heart.
May you feel love, ease and well-being.
namaste, cathy


Yoga in the Galleries

Join us via Zoom for a free yoga class surrounded by works of art in the galleries. Led by instructors from Five Points Yoga, this program is free and open to both beginner and experienced yogis. If you want to download the software, you can do so at

The Heart of Ethics

with Julia Corley,

LCHMCA, NCC, SEP, Certified Hakomi Teacher

Friday & Saturday, June 26-27, 2020, 12:30-3:45 EST

6 CE’s available through *NBCC and NCBTMB
(*NBCC offers core hrs for GA LPCs & related hrs for GA LCSW & LMFTs)

Right use of power and influence is at the very heart of ethics. Developed by Hakomi Therapist and Trainer Dr. Cedar Barstow, the Right Use of Power approach focuses on the relational dynamics that bring ethics to life. Engaging both heart and mind, core concepts include grounding in a felt sense of both sides of the power differential, exploration of power parameters and under- and over-uses of power, and working with practical processes for resolving relationship difficulties. This workshop will be highly experiential, with focus on awareness, skill, and pro-activity.

Power is simply the ability to have an effect, or to have influence – but the right use of this influence is both simple and complex. Personally and in positions of trust, the right use of power is the use of power to accomplish goals; prevent, heal, and repair harm; and to promote well-being for all.

The power spiral model is at the heart of Right Use of Power. Increasing skillfulness is learned through a spiraling process of gaining understanding and awareness at higher and higher levels of complexity, inclusivity, and transcendence. As you gain the knowledge and skills you need to use your power wisely, you’ll explore and engage with these four dimensions of the spiral:

Be informed: Informed Use of Power
Be compassionate: Conscious Use of Power
Be connected: Caring Use of Power
Be skillful: Skillful Use of Power

Right Use of Power is a dynamic way to explore issues of ethics and power, both personal and professional. This study can be profoundly restorative and empowering. This approach brings heart and soul to ethics, and builds sensitivity and awareness to the use of power and influence.

iRest **FREE**

with Annie Marcum

Wednesday, July 1st, 7:15-8 pm

iRest is a research-based transformative practice of deep relaxation and meditative inquiry. iRest seeks to help people resolve their pain and suffering by rediscovering their essential wholeness and their interconnectedness with all of life.
Join Annie and experience the heartfelt presence of being that is always whole, healed, and at peace.