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whole-life skills for a radically different future

Four-Week Women’s Healing Circle—

Support & Embodiment

with Lee Walker Warren

Spring 2017

Location: Asheville, NC. Exact location: TBD


The women's healing circle will host an "open" meeting sometime in Spring 2017 as an introduction to the 4-week Circle to follow. Stay tuned for dates, to be determined in February of 2017.

Each week will contain the following 3 components:
1. 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.
2. Embodiment Practice. Playfull, loving, and gentle exercises to get us more and more comfortable with fully inhabiting our bodies.
3. Learning & Integration. Share, learn, and integrate what we've practiced each week among a circle of supportive sisters.
Women of all ages and stages are welcome.
Advance sign-up necessary.
All four weeks are covered by one registration.
Cost: Sliding scale for all four circles, $75–$150.


Lee Walker 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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