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whole-life skills for a radically different future

Four-Week Women’s Healing Circle

Support, Embodiment, and Sovereignty with Lee Warren

1–4:30pm on Saturdays May 27, June 3, 10, 17, 2017

Open House April 29

Cancelled

Due to low enrollment and the need to focus on other programs, SOIL is cancelling the Women's Healing Circle. We appreciate your interest in the event and encourage you to check out our other offerings this summer.

Location: In West Asheville, NC at Smokey Mountain Adventure Center (Climbmax) 173 Amboy Rd, Asheville, NC 28806 (in Yoga/Movement Room)circle-flame

Cost: $70 for all four weeks in series if paying in advance. $20/week drop-in rate.

The women's healing circle will host an open meeting on April 29 as an introduction to the four-week circle to follow. The circle will then meet on consecutive Saturdays in May and June.

Women of all ages and stages are welcome.

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Each week will contain the following 3 components:

A Sacred Circle & Check-in where every woman's voice and experience is heard, valued, honored. Where every woman speaks uninterrupted and who is held by the group in a solid, trust-building container.

Embodiment Practice. Playful, loving, and gentle exercises to get us more and more comfortable with fully inhabiting our bodies.

Learning & Integration. Share, learn, and integrate what we've practiced each week among a circle of supportive sisters.


How to secure your space

APPLY: Fill out the registration form.

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PAYMENT: Payment can be paid by check, money order, PayPal, or credit card, either in person or beforehand.

Send your check or money order payable to the following:

School of Integrated Living
11 Full Circle Trail
Black Mountain, NC 28711

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Facilitator

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Lee Warren is a writer, teacher, mediator, facilitator, nonprofit director, homesteader, and herbalist. She lives a deeply integrated and authentic life informed by 22 years of community living, a commitment to regenerative social and agricultural systems, and a drive towards sacred embodiment. For 10 years, she was the Program Director of the Southeast Wise Women Herbal Conference, and she is the co-founder of School of Integrated Living (SOIL), which offers whole-life skills for a radically different future. She is impassioned about women’s empowerment, conscious relationship, and social justice issues. Lee is ever aspiring towards a saner and more vibrant culture, within and without.

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