Our Support Group –Navigating Life with Genetic Mutations is a safe space created for members in need to learn to thrive and adapt to their situation. Group members are encouraged to share: resources, recipes and strategies, to advocate for, to offer coping skills with invited Guest Speakers, practice stress reduction tips dos and don’ts, to ask for support, to offer support, and simply to share space “what worked for me” and “what didn’t work for me”. The group includes members dealing with Chronic Illness, MTHFR-Genetic Mutations and Mast Cell Activation Disorders to help each other navigate life and the ups and downs that come with it.

 

“If you REMOVE the I from ILLNESS and replace it with WE then you get WELLNESS”. Together may WE assist one another on our road to Wellness and that is the Goal of this group to help others suffer less and heal physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

 

“So, what do you have to offer our group and what do you want to receive from us?”

Questions? Contact Tracey Pitcock tpitcock@clarkecounty.gov

Learn how to harvest common backyard & field plants for family medicine. A Power Point presentation begins at the Sanctuary Wellness Center in Berryville, then we will carpool 5 miles to Geo’s Farm and Garden to meet the plants and learn how to harvest them properly.  Bring water, a notepad, a camera and sun/bug protection!

$40/person or $70/couple

To register: Go to Eventbrite or contact

Geo Giordano : 410-707-4486

geosjoy@rstarmail.com

info@sanctuaryberryville.com

Our Support Group –Navigating Life with Genetic Mutations is a safe space created for members in need to learn to thrive and adapt to their situation. Group members are encouraged to share: resources, recipes and strategies, to advocate for, to offer coping skills with invited Guest Speakers, practice stress reduction tips dos and don’ts, to ask for support, to offer support, and simply to share space “what worked for me” and “what didn’t work for me”. The group includes members dealing with Chronic Illness, MTHFR-Genetic Mutations and Mast Cell Activation Disorders to help each other navigate life and the ups and downs that come with it.

 

“If you REMOVE the I from ILLNESS and replace it with WE then you get WELLNESS”. Together may WE assist one another on our road to Wellness and that is the Goal of this group to help others suffer less and heal physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

 

“So, what do you have to offer our group and what do you want to receive from us?”

Questions? Contact Tracey Pitcock tpitcock@clarkecounty.gov

3rd Monday of each Month

7:00 – 8:30 pm

$10-$20 cash/session

Registration appreciated, but walk-ins welcome

Contact Rev. Coté at revsunday@cslleesburg.org with questions or to register

Modern life is hectic!  Wouldn’t it be great to have the tools to help us stay resilient no matter what show ups in our lives, creating more calm, joy, and inner peace?

Based on Dr. Rick Hanson’s book Resilient – How to Grow an Unshakable Core of Calm, Strength, and Happiness,”Sunday Cote will guide us in an exploration of meditation in general and more specifically, processes that cultivate true inner resilience.

Combining neuroscience, mindfulness and positive psychology, these meditations can deepen our experience of resilience not only for challenging conditions in our lives, but for everyday experiences such as raising our kids, working, dealing with health issue, and general daily stresses.

After each session, you will leave with a deeper understanding of your own meditation practice as well as a concrete skill to create resilience and happiness in life.

Come to the year long series or drop in for any of the monthly meetings.    No prior meditation experience necessary.  Purchasing the book is also not a requirement, but is a great source for deeper understanding of the material.

Monthly Topics:

May 20, 2019:  Aspiration

June 17, 2019:  Generosity

Rev. Sunday Coté is an experienced meditator and has been teaching and facilitating meditation and spiritual growth practices for more than 25 years.  A graduate of Ernest Holmes College, (now Holmes Institute’s School of Spiritual Leadership) she is an ordained minister with Centers for Spiritual Living and is currently the spiritual director at the Center for Spiritual Living in Leesburg, VA.  She has advanced training in mindfulness and positive psychology, with professional training in Positive Neuroplasticity with Dr. Rick Hanson. www.CSLLeesburg.org

Need some help with day-to-day whole food, plant-based meal preparation? This class will help! Learn some basic recipes and techniques to make your healthy lifestyle work ever yday. Nutritionist Christine Kestner will present ideas for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks or appetizers. Participants will be offered samples and recipes to take home.

3rd Monday of each Month

7:00 – 8:30 pm

$10-$20 cash/session

Registration appreciated, but walk-ins welcome

Contact Rev. Coté at revsunday@cslleesburg.org with questions or to register

Modern life is hectic!  Wouldn’t it be great to have the tools to help us stay resilient no matter what show ups in our lives, creating more calm, joy, and inner peace?

Based on Dr. Rick Hanson’s book Resilient – How to Grow an Unshakable Core of Calm, Strength, and Happiness,”Sunday Cote will guide us in an exploration of meditation in general and more specifically, processes that cultivate true inner resilience.

Combining neuroscience, mindfulness and positive psychology, these meditations can deepen our experience of resilience not only for challenging conditions in our lives, but for everyday experiences such as raising our kids, working, dealing with health issue, and general daily stresses.

After each session, you will leave with a deeper understanding of your own meditation practice as well as a concrete skill to create resilience and happiness in life.

Come to the year long series or drop in for any of the monthly meetings.    No prior meditation experience necessary.  Purchasing the book is also not a requirement, but is a great source for deeper understanding of the material.

Monthly Topics:

April 15, 2019:  Courage

May 20, 2019:  Aspiration

June 17, 2019:  Generosity

Rev. Sunday Coté is an experienced meditator and has been teaching and facilitating meditation and spiritual growth practices for more than 25 years.  A graduate of Ernest Holmes College, (now Holmes Institute’s School of Spiritual Leadership) she is an ordained minister with Centers for Spiritual Living and is currently the spiritual director at the Center for Spiritual Living in Leesburg, VA.  She has advanced training in mindfulness and positive psychology, with professional training in Positive Neuroplasticity with Dr. Rick Hanson. www.CSLLeesburg.org

Due to a family emergency, Sunday Coté had to postpone the Resilient Meditation session scheduled for Feb 18. It will take place Mar 25.

3rd Monday of each Month, except as noted below*

7:00 – 8:30 pm

$10-$20 cash/session for the guide

Registration appreciated, but walk-ins welcome

Contact Rev. Coté at revsunday@cslleesburg.org with questions or to register

Modern life is hectic!  Wouldn’t it be great to have the tools to help us stay resilient no matter what show ups in our lives, creating more calm, joy, and inner peace?

Based on Dr. Rick Hanson’s book Resilient – How to Grow an Unshakable Core of Calm, Strength, and Happiness,”Sunday Cote will guide us in an exploration of meditation in general and more specifically, processes that cultivate true inner resilience.

Combining neuroscience, mindfulness and positive psychology, these meditations can deepen our experience of resilience not only for challenging conditions in our lives, but for everyday experiences such as raising our kids, working, dealing with health issue, and general daily stresses.

After each session, you will leave with a deeper understanding of your own meditation practice as well as a concrete skill to create resilience and happiness in life.

Come to the year long series or drop in for any of the monthly meetings.    No prior meditation experience necessary.  Purchasing the book is also not a requirement, but is a great source for deeper understanding of the material.

Monthly Topics:

March 25, 2019:  Intimacy* (Fourth Sunday, postponed from February 18)

April 15, 2019:  Courage

May 20, 2019:  Aspiration

June 17, 2019:  Generosity

 

Rev. Sunday Coté is an experienced meditator and has been teaching and facilitating meditation and spiritual growth practices for more than 25 years.  A graduate of Ernest Holmes College, (now Holmes Institute’s School of Spiritual Leadership) she is an ordained minister with Centers for Spiritual Living and is currently the spiritual director at the Center for Spiritual Living in Leesburg, VA.  She has advanced training in mindfulness and positive psychology, with professional training in Positive Neuroplasticity with Dr. Rick Hanson. www.CSLLeesburg.org

Homeoprophylaxis: Education for the developing immune system using homeopathic remedies.

Homeoprophylaxis is a systematic program that is an alternative to vaccination for infectious disease prevention. It enhances normal childhood development through gentle immunological stimulation. Come see if this program is right for you and your child.

The date is March 24 from 2-4
Cost $10.00 at the door.