Writing Circles for Healing
Aug
29
6:30 PM18:30

Writing Circles for Healing

Writing Circles for Healing

Thursdays 6:30-8:00 pm starting April 11, on-going drop in group

(excluding April 25, May 23, July 4th)

Using simple techniques, we unlock our intuition and dive down to our deepest feelings to gain fresh perspectives and new insights. Mindful breathing techniques will calm our inner critic and open us into hopeful possibility. All levels of writers welcomed. We will start on time. $15 per session

Wendy Brown-Báez is a writer, performance poet and writing instructor. Wendy is the author of the novel Catch a Dream, poetry books Ceremonies of the Spirit and transparencies of light and has published poetry and prose in numerous literary journals and anthologies such as The Litchfield Review, Mizna, Water~Stone Review, Peregrine, Talking Writing, Poets & Writers Magazine and Duende. Wendy was awarded McKnight and MN State Arts Board grants to teach writing in non-profits. She teaches creative writing in community spaces such as schools, libraries, state prisons, healing centers, women’s retreats, yoga studios and arts organizations. 

Wendy Brown-Baez

Wendy Brown-Baez

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Psychic Gallery with Alison James
Sep
28
1:00 PM13:00

Psychic Gallery with Alison James

More than a message

An intensive soul healing event where everyone shares in the transformative effect of spirit communication as a whole. There's Q & A and connections with those in the spirit worlds. Experience life after death soul survival in real time! 

Not handicap accessible (stairs)


Tickets $50 final non-refundable sale.

To register, please visit: 

https://www.schedulicity.com/scheduling/AJ99MP/workshops


How long should I wait after a loved one has passed on?

When there’s been a recent loss a loved one, wait until the emotions have remained stable for a period of time say a few months or so. When the loss is recent emotions are raw and it is emotionally exhausting for all. Various emotions that arise in real time come through and Alison cannot speak through your/loved ones tears- time is necessary to allow these feelings to move through her so she may communicate what she is receiving. Allowing yourself to grieve and stabilize you’ll be in a calmer place to communicate and receive. The solace it brings is invaluable and can assist with the grief, but at the same time it can be unsettling. Know those on the other side may also be grieving and processing their losses.

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Psychic Gallery with Alison James
Oct
26
1:00 PM13:00

Psychic Gallery with Alison James

More than a message

An intensive soul healing event where everyone shares in the transformative effect of spirit communication as a whole. There's Q & A and connections with those in the spirit worlds. Experience life after death soul survival in real time! 

Not handicap accessible (stairs)


Tickets $50 final non-refundable sale.

To register, please visit: 

https://www.schedulicity.com/scheduling/AJ99MP/workshops


How long should I wait after a loved one has passed on?

When there’s been a recent loss a loved one, wait until the emotions have remained stable for a period of time say a few months or so. When the loss is recent emotions are raw and it is emotionally exhausting for all. Various emotions that arise in real time come through and Alison cannot speak through your/loved ones tears- time is necessary to allow these feelings to move through her so she may communicate what she is receiving. Allowing yourself to grieve and stabilize you’ll be in a calmer place to communicate and receive. The solace it brings is invaluable and can assist with the grief, but at the same time it can be unsettling. Know those on the other side may also be grieving and processing their losses.

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Psychic Gallery with Alison James
Nov
23
1:00 PM13:00

Psychic Gallery with Alison James

More than a message

An intensive soul healing event where everyone shares in the transformative effect of spirit communication as a whole. There's Q & A and connections with those in the spirit worlds. Experience life after death soul survival in real time! 

Not handicap accessible (stairs)


Tickets $50 final non-refundable sale.

To register, please visit: 

https://www.schedulicity.com/scheduling/AJ99MP/workshops


How long should I wait after a loved one has passed on?

When there’s been a recent loss a loved one, wait until the emotions have remained stable for a period of time say a few months or so. When the loss is recent emotions are raw and it is emotionally exhausting for all. Various emotions that arise in real time come through and Alison cannot speak through your/loved ones tears- time is necessary to allow these feelings to move through her so she may communicate what she is receiving. Allowing yourself to grieve and stabilize you’ll be in a calmer place to communicate and receive. The solace it brings is invaluable and can assist with the grief, but at the same time it can be unsettling. Know those on the other side may also be grieving and processing their losses.

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Writing Circles for Healing
Aug
22
6:30 PM18:30

Writing Circles for Healing

Writing Circles for Healing

Thursdays 6:30-8:00 pm starting April 11, on-going drop in group

(excluding April 25, May 23, July 4th)

Using simple techniques, we unlock our intuition and dive down to our deepest feelings to gain fresh perspectives and new insights. Mindful breathing techniques will calm our inner critic and open us into hopeful possibility. All levels of writers welcomed. We will start on time. $15 per session

Wendy Brown-Báez is a writer, performance poet and writing instructor. Wendy is the author of the novel Catch a Dream, poetry books Ceremonies of the Spirit and transparencies of light and has published poetry and prose in numerous literary journals and anthologies such as The Litchfield Review, Mizna, Water~Stone Review, Peregrine, Talking Writing, Poets & Writers Magazine and Duende. Wendy was awarded McKnight and MN State Arts Board grants to teach writing in non-profits. She teaches creative writing in community spaces such as schools, libraries, state prisons, healing centers, women’s retreats, yoga studios and arts organizations. 

Wendy Brown-Baez

Wendy Brown-Baez

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Ayurveda Basics
Aug
21
6:00 PM18:00

Ayurveda Basics

Ayurveda means “knowledge of life,” and it originated in India more than 5,000 years ago. It is the oldest continuously practiced health care system in the world, coming from an understanding of nature’s natural rhythms and laws and working with the imbalances that show up as signs of disease in the mind and body.

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Donation Based Chronic Pain Support Group
Aug
18
1:00 PM13:00

Donation Based Chronic Pain Support Group

A support group hosted by the fabulous Susan Smith!  

We strongly believe attitude, positive thinking, holistic care and diet all play a key role in pain.

Many of us focus on the negative in life and the down sides of chronic pain which makes it worse. We believe that with education, people can learn to help themselves.

Length: minimum 1 hour, but can vary depending on number of people.

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Writing Circles for Healing
Aug
15
6:30 PM18:30

Writing Circles for Healing

Writing Circles for Healing

Thursdays 6:30-8:00 pm starting April 11, on-going drop in group

(excluding April 25, May 23, July 4th)

Using simple techniques, we unlock our intuition and dive down to our deepest feelings to gain fresh perspectives and new insights. Mindful breathing techniques will calm our inner critic and open us into hopeful possibility. All levels of writers welcomed. We will start on time. $15 per session

Wendy Brown-Báez is a writer, performance poet and writing instructor. Wendy is the author of the novel Catch a Dream, poetry books Ceremonies of the Spirit and transparencies of light and has published poetry and prose in numerous literary journals and anthologies such as The Litchfield Review, Mizna, Water~Stone Review, Peregrine, Talking Writing, Poets & Writers Magazine and Duende. Wendy was awarded McKnight and MN State Arts Board grants to teach writing in non-profits. She teaches creative writing in community spaces such as schools, libraries, state prisons, healing centers, women’s retreats, yoga studios and arts organizations. 

Wendy Brown-Baez

Wendy Brown-Baez

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Writing Circles for Healing
Aug
8
6:30 PM18:30

Writing Circles for Healing

Writing Circles for Healing

Thursdays 6:30-8:00 pm starting April 11, on-going drop in group

(excluding April 25, May 23, July 4th)

Using simple techniques, we unlock our intuition and dive down to our deepest feelings to gain fresh perspectives and new insights. Mindful breathing techniques will calm our inner critic and open us into hopeful possibility. All levels of writers welcomed. We will start on time. $15 per session

Wendy Brown-Báez is a writer, performance poet and writing instructor. Wendy is the author of the novel Catch a Dream, poetry books Ceremonies of the Spirit and transparencies of light and has published poetry and prose in numerous literary journals and anthologies such as The Litchfield Review, Mizna, Water~Stone Review, Peregrine, Talking Writing, Poets & Writers Magazine and Duende. Wendy was awarded McKnight and MN State Arts Board grants to teach writing in non-profits. She teaches creative writing in community spaces such as schools, libraries, state prisons, healing centers, women’s retreats, yoga studios and arts organizations. 

Wendy Brown-Baez

Wendy Brown-Baez

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Writing Circles for Healing
Aug
1
6:30 PM18:30

Writing Circles for Healing

Writing Circles for Healing

Thursdays 6:30-8:00 pm starting April 11, on-going drop in group

(excluding April 25, May 23, July 4th)

Using simple techniques, we unlock our intuition and dive down to our deepest feelings to gain fresh perspectives and new insights. Mindful breathing techniques will calm our inner critic and open us into hopeful possibility. All levels of writers welcomed. We will start on time. $15 per session

Wendy Brown-Báez is a writer, performance poet and writing instructor. Wendy is the author of the novel Catch a Dream, poetry books Ceremonies of the Spirit and transparencies of light and has published poetry and prose in numerous literary journals and anthologies such as The Litchfield Review, Mizna, Water~Stone Review, Peregrine, Talking Writing, Poets & Writers Magazine and Duende. Wendy was awarded McKnight and MN State Arts Board grants to teach writing in non-profits. She teaches creative writing in community spaces such as schools, libraries, state prisons, healing centers, women’s retreats, yoga studios and arts organizations. 

Wendy Brown-Baez

Wendy Brown-Baez

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Writing Circles for Healing
Jul
25
6:30 PM18:30

Writing Circles for Healing

Writing Circles for Healing

Thursdays 6:30-8:00 pm starting April 11, on-going drop in group

(excluding April 25, May 23, July 4th)

Using simple techniques, we unlock our intuition and dive down to our deepest feelings to gain fresh perspectives and new insights. Mindful breathing techniques will calm our inner critic and open us into hopeful possibility. All levels of writers welcomed. We will start on time. $15 per session

Wendy Brown-Báez is a writer, performance poet and writing instructor. Wendy is the author of the novel Catch a Dream, poetry books Ceremonies of the Spirit and transparencies of light and has published poetry and prose in numerous literary journals and anthologies such as The Litchfield Review, Mizna, Water~Stone Review, Peregrine, Talking Writing, Poets & Writers Magazine and Duende. Wendy was awarded McKnight and MN State Arts Board grants to teach writing in non-profits. She teaches creative writing in community spaces such as schools, libraries, state prisons, healing centers, women’s retreats, yoga studios and arts organizations. 

Wendy Brown-Baez

Wendy Brown-Baez

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Writing Circles for Healing
Jul
18
6:30 PM18:30

Writing Circles for Healing

Writing Circles for Healing

Thursdays 6:30-8:00 pm starting April 11, on-going drop in group

(excluding April 25, May 23, July 4th)

Using simple techniques, we unlock our intuition and dive down to our deepest feelings to gain fresh perspectives and new insights. Mindful breathing techniques will calm our inner critic and open us into hopeful possibility. All levels of writers welcomed. We will start on time. $15 per session

Wendy Brown-Báez is a writer, performance poet and writing instructor. Wendy is the author of the novel Catch a Dream, poetry books Ceremonies of the Spirit and transparencies of light and has published poetry and prose in numerous literary journals and anthologies such as The Litchfield Review, Mizna, Water~Stone Review, Peregrine, Talking Writing, Poets & Writers Magazine and Duende. Wendy was awarded McKnight and MN State Arts Board grants to teach writing in non-profits. She teaches creative writing in community spaces such as schools, libraries, state prisons, healing centers, women’s retreats, yoga studios and arts organizations. 

Wendy Brown-Baez

Wendy Brown-Baez

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Writing Circles for Healing
Jul
11
6:30 PM18:30

Writing Circles for Healing

Writing Circles for Healing

Thursdays 6:30-8:00 pm starting April 11, on-going drop in group

(excluding April 25, May 23, July 4th)

Using simple techniques, we unlock our intuition and dive down to our deepest feelings to gain fresh perspectives and new insights. Mindful breathing techniques will calm our inner critic and open us into hopeful possibility. All levels of writers welcomed. We will start on time. $15 per session

Wendy Brown-Báez is a writer, performance poet and writing instructor. Wendy is the author of the novel Catch a Dream, poetry books Ceremonies of the Spirit and transparencies of light and has published poetry and prose in numerous literary journals and anthologies such as The Litchfield Review, Mizna, Water~Stone Review, Peregrine, Talking Writing, Poets & Writers Magazine and Duende. Wendy was awarded McKnight and MN State Arts Board grants to teach writing in non-profits. She teaches creative writing in community spaces such as schools, libraries, state prisons, healing centers, women’s retreats, yoga studios and arts organizations. 

Wendy Brown-Baez

Wendy Brown-Baez

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Writing Circles for Healing
Jun
27
6:30 PM18:30

Writing Circles for Healing

Writing Circles for Healing

Thursdays 6:30-8:00 pm starting April 11, on-going drop in group

(excluding April 25, May 23, July 4th)

Using simple techniques, we unlock our intuition and dive down to our deepest feelings to gain fresh perspectives and new insights. Mindful breathing techniques will calm our inner critic and open us into hopeful possibility. All levels of writers welcomed. We will start on time. $15 per session

Wendy Brown-Báez is a writer, performance poet and writing instructor. Wendy is the author of the novel Catch a Dream, poetry books Ceremonies of the Spirit and transparencies of light and has published poetry and prose in numerous literary journals and anthologies such as The Litchfield Review, Mizna, Water~Stone Review, Peregrine, Talking Writing, Poets & Writers Magazine and Duende. Wendy was awarded McKnight and MN State Arts Board grants to teach writing in non-profits. She teaches creative writing in community spaces such as schools, libraries, state prisons, healing centers, women’s retreats, yoga studios and arts organizations. 

Wendy Brown-Baez

Wendy Brown-Baez

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Make Peace with Food for Women
Jun
24
6:00 PM18:00

Make Peace with Food for Women

Make Peace with Food for Women

How to end the binge-restrict / yo-yo dieting cycle and restore your relationship to food, your body, and self

by Brittany Haga, MA, Food + Body Image Counselor 

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(2 hour workshop, approx. 10-15 people)  $25

Each one of us has a unique relationship to food and our body. Somewhere along the course of life, that relationship may have become strained—a source of stress, confusion, maybe even war. We live in culture that promotes eating the “right” foods and avoiding the “bad” ones as an endeavor of high virtue. It is a culture that sets us up to have weight stigma, fear of fatness and shame around our food choices. Because of this, it’s very difficult not to develop some level of struggle with food and our bodies. Falling into a pattern of restricting and binging, chronic yo-yo dieting, having an incessant ‘food critic’ in our head, or believing we’re addicted to certain foods become all too common of experiences. You are not alone. 

Breaking free from these painful cycles and patterns is possible. Making peace with food is possible! The truth is, we are all born with the intuitive abilities to eat and move in ways that feel good. We don’t need an outside source to tell us the “right” way, the body will tell us if we give it a chance and remember how to trust it.

In a non-judgmental, supportive space come learn, connect and begin to explore the gentle, evidence-based approaches in which to restore your relationship with food, your body and yourself. 


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Writing Circles for Healing
Jun
20
6:30 PM18:30

Writing Circles for Healing

Writing Circles for Healing

Thursdays 6:30-8:00 pm starting April 11, on-going drop in group

(excluding April 25, May 23, July 4th)

Using simple techniques, we unlock our intuition and dive down to our deepest feelings to gain fresh perspectives and new insights. Mindful breathing techniques will calm our inner critic and open us into hopeful possibility. All levels of writers welcomed. We will start on time. $15 per session

Wendy Brown-Báez is a writer, performance poet and writing instructor. Wendy is the author of the novel Catch a Dream, poetry books Ceremonies of the Spirit and transparencies of light and has published poetry and prose in numerous literary journals and anthologies such as The Litchfield Review, Mizna, Water~Stone Review, Peregrine, Talking Writing, Poets & Writers Magazine and Duende. Wendy was awarded McKnight and MN State Arts Board grants to teach writing in non-profits. She teaches creative writing in community spaces such as schools, libraries, state prisons, healing centers, women’s retreats, yoga studios and arts organizations. 

Wendy Brown-Baez

Wendy Brown-Baez

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Writing Circles for Healing
Jun
13
6:30 PM18:30

Writing Circles for Healing

Writing Circles for Healing

Thursdays 6:30-8:00 pm starting April 11, on-going drop in group

(excluding April 25, May 23, July 4th)

Using simple techniques, we unlock our intuition and dive down to our deepest feelings to gain fresh perspectives and new insights. Mindful breathing techniques will calm our inner critic and open us into hopeful possibility. All levels of writers welcomed. We will start on time. $15 per session

Wendy Brown-Báez is a writer, performance poet and writing instructor. Wendy is the author of the novel Catch a Dream, poetry books Ceremonies of the Spirit and transparencies of light and has published poetry and prose in numerous literary journals and anthologies such as The Litchfield Review, Mizna, Water~Stone Review, Peregrine, Talking Writing, Poets & Writers Magazine and Duende. Wendy was awarded McKnight and MN State Arts Board grants to teach writing in non-profits. She teaches creative writing in community spaces such as schools, libraries, state prisons, healing centers, women’s retreats, yoga studios and arts organizations. 

Wendy Brown-Baez

Wendy Brown-Baez

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Chronic Pain Support Group
Jun
9
1:00 PM13:00

Chronic Pain Support Group

A free support group lead by the fabulous Susan Smith!  

We strongly believe attitude, positive thinking, holistic care and diet all play a key role in pain.

Many of us focus on the negative in life and the down sides of chronic pain which makes it worse. We believe that with education, people can learn to help themselves.

Length: minimum 1 hour, but can vary depending on number of people.

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Writing Circles for Healing
Jun
6
6:30 PM18:30

Writing Circles for Healing

Writing Circles for Healing

Thursdays 6:30-8:00 pm starting April 11, on-going drop in group

(excluding April 25, May 23, July 4th)

Using simple techniques, we unlock our intuition and dive down to our deepest feelings to gain fresh perspectives and new insights. Mindful breathing techniques will calm our inner critic and open us into hopeful possibility. All levels of writers welcomed. We will start on time. $15 per session

Wendy Brown-Báez is a writer, performance poet and writing instructor. Wendy is the author of the novel Catch a Dream, poetry books Ceremonies of the Spirit and transparencies of light and has published poetry and prose in numerous literary journals and anthologies such as The Litchfield Review, Mizna, Water~Stone Review, Peregrine, Talking Writing, Poets & Writers Magazine and Duende. Wendy was awarded McKnight and MN State Arts Board grants to teach writing in non-profits. She teaches creative writing in community spaces such as schools, libraries, state prisons, healing centers, women’s retreats, yoga studios and arts organizations. 

Wendy Brown-Baez

Wendy Brown-Baez

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Stretch and Flex Yoga for Body & Bones w/ Kamie
Jun
5
6:00 PM18:00

Stretch and Flex Yoga for Body & Bones w/ Kamie

Stretch and Flex Yoga for Body and Bones with Kamie

June 5 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

$25

This class begins with an opening meditation followed by a mixture of yoga poses and strengthening exercises using props to increase the desired challenge. Recent studies have shown that specific yoga postures may aid in reducing bone loss and even reversing it.

This class is targeted at specific adults population to assist in strengthening posture; improving balance, flexibility, and strength; and gaining a better range of motion. Our practice will focus on strengthening risk areas, such as the spine and pelvis. This class will also focus on practices that calm the nervous system and create breath awareness.

Adaptations and modifications will be offered during class for those who need more support or more of a challenge. All levels are welcome.

This class includes:

  • Talk about yoga for bone health

  • Poses for a home practice

  • Breathing and meditation


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Writing Circles for Healing
May
30
6:30 PM18:30

Writing Circles for Healing

Writing Circles for Healing

Thursdays 6:30-8:00 pm starting April 11, on-going drop in group

(excluding April 25, May 23, July 4th)

Using simple techniques, we unlock our intuition and dive down to our deepest feelings to gain fresh perspectives and new insights. Mindful breathing techniques will calm our inner critic and open us into hopeful possibility. All levels of writers welcomed. We will start on time. $15 per session

Wendy Brown-Báez is a writer, performance poet and writing instructor. Wendy is the author of the novel Catch a Dream, poetry books Ceremonies of the Spirit and transparencies of light and has published poetry and prose in numerous literary journals and anthologies such as The Litchfield Review, Mizna, Water~Stone Review, Peregrine, Talking Writing, Poets & Writers Magazine and Duende. Wendy was awarded McKnight and MN State Arts Board grants to teach writing in non-profits. She teaches creative writing in community spaces such as schools, libraries, state prisons, healing centers, women’s retreats, yoga studios and arts organizations. 

Wendy Brown-Baez

Wendy Brown-Baez

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Ayurveda Basics
May
23
6:00 PM18:00

Ayurveda Basics

Ayurveda means “knowledge of life,” and it originated in India more than 5,000 years ago. It is the oldest continuously practiced health care system in the world, coming from an understanding of nature’s natural rhythms and laws and working with the imbalances that show up as signs of disease in the mind and body.

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Writing Circles for Healing
May
16
6:30 PM18:30

Writing Circles for Healing

Writing Circles for Healing

Thursdays 6:30-8:00 pm starting April 11, on-going drop in group

(excluding April 25, May 23, July 4th)

Using simple techniques, we unlock our intuition and dive down to our deepest feelings to gain fresh perspectives and new insights. Mindful breathing techniques will calm our inner critic and open us into hopeful possibility. All levels of writers welcomed. We will start on time. $15 per session

Wendy Brown-Báez is a writer, performance poet and writing instructor. Wendy is the author of the novel Catch a Dream, poetry books Ceremonies of the Spirit and transparencies of light and has published poetry and prose in numerous literary journals and anthologies such as The Litchfield Review, Mizna, Water~Stone Review, Peregrine, Talking Writing, Poets & Writers Magazine and Duende. Wendy was awarded McKnight and MN State Arts Board grants to teach writing in non-profits. She teaches creative writing in community spaces such as schools, libraries, state prisons, healing centers, women’s retreats, yoga studios and arts organizations. 

Wendy Brown-Baez

Wendy Brown-Baez

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