Women In Transition

Creating Balance LLC - Women In Transition Sessions
Have you recently become an empty nester? Are you experiencing a change in career? Are you experiencing health concerns? Financial concerns? Are you caring for an elderly parent? Are you retiring? Do you wonder how to have relationships with your adult children? Are you wondering about perimenopausal or menopausal issues? Relationship issues? Spiritual Concerns? Join like-minded women who are facing similar experiences and desiring creative soul care.

This will be an on-going group, meeting every other Tuesday beginning on January 26th. Sessions are at Creating Balance, LLC from 6:30-8:00. COST: $25.00 yearly registration fee.
$10.00 per week

For more information, please call
Maureen Pohle, LPC
Phone: 262-894-3540

RSVP by Tuesday, January 22nd

Creating Balance LLC
385 Williamstowne, Suite 105 Delafield, WI 53018

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What Is NIA?

NiaNia is an exhilarating movement and lifestyle practice. As the first cardio workout to combine martial arts, dance and healing arts, Nia has fundamentally changed lives with its evolutionary approach to fitness and self-healing in a body. Nia, an internationally acclaimed practice for over 25 years, is based on the science of the body, The Body’s Way.

Nia offers a fun, creative pathway to health and wellbeing, regardless of age or physical condition.

 

Classes:

Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:30 – 8:30 a.m.

Wednesdays 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Fridays 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

Punch cards 10 classes for $70.00

Drop in $9.00

NIA Classes Scheduled for 2015

NIA is an exhilarating movement and lifestyle practice. As the first cardio workout to combine martial arts, dance, and healing arts, NIA has fundamentally changed lives with its evolutionary approach to fitness and self-healing in a body. NIA, an internationally acclaimed practice for 25 years, is based on the science of the body. The Body’s Way. NIA offers a fun, creative pathway to health and wellbeing, regardless of age or physical condition.

 

Classes Tuesday & Thursday Mornings 7:30 – 8:30am

Coming Soon!

Wednesday Evenings 6 – 7am

Fridays Noon – 1pm

Instructor:  Maureen Pohle, White belt trained

All classes held at:

W314 N720 Hwy83, Delafield, WI 53018

Nia Class Schedule - Creating Balance LLC

 

Nia Classes to Begin

Nia Classes to Begin.

What is Nia? Nia is an exhilarating movement and lifestyle practice.

As the first cardio workout to combine martial arts, dance and healing arts, Nia has fundamentally changed lives with its evolutionary approach to fitness and self-healing in a body.

Nia, an internationally acclaimed practice for over 25 years, is based on the science of the body, The Body’s Way.

Nia offers a fun, creative pathway to health and wellbeing, regardless of age or physical condition.

Beginning November 4, 2014

Tuesday and Thursday mornings

7:30-8:30

Instructor: Maureen Pohle, white belt trained.

Location: Pathways of Light Wellness Center, W314 N720 Hwy 83, Delafield, WI 53018 (Directions)

Punch cards available 10 punches for $70.00. Punch cards expire end of January.

Drop in classes $9.00

Questions or to register please e-mail Maureen Pohle at {This email is obscured. Your must have javascript enabled to see it}.

Payment will be collected at first class (cash or check).

Call for Submissions – “Manifesting Healthy Futures: 24/7 Voices and Visions of Wellness”

MHA of Illinois has launched an anti-stigma project called, “Manifesting Healthy Futures: 24/7 Voices and Visions of Wellness”, in which they are curating 24 creative nonfiction stories from folks with lived experience (consumers), and then recruiting 24 volunteer artists to interpret these, culminating in a storytelling/art exhibit and fundraiser.

“Manifesting Healthy Futures” is already national in scope, as MHA of Illinois has received stories and artist volunteers from Illinois, California, Missouri and North Carolina.

MHA of Illinois has extended the deadline for submissions of stories until October 28th and invites affiliates to see if they or their community members want to submit stories. For further information about the project and how to submit a story, please see the attached documents.

Thank you, and we hope you will be able to participate!

Wellness Day at Pathways November 1, 2014

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Wellness Day at Pathways November 1st
12pm-3pm
Which path is right for you?…

 

Join us on the first Saturday of every month and sample all of the different services that are available at Pathways of Light Wellness Center. Experience Yoga, Massage, Astrology, Advanced Energy Healing, Health/Nutrition coaching, Meditation, Color puncture, Cranial Sacral Therapy, gluten-free bakery, Essential oils, health and wellness speakers, and so much more.

Not sure where to begin? Ask for a general wellness consultation as a starting point.

15 minute private consultations will be available with each holistic practitioner. Find out which path is right for you. First come, first serve. You choose.

Join us…and experience wellness in a whole new light.

First Saturday of the month! 12-3pm

For more information www.pathwayswellness.org

Call for Art Submissions for the 2014 Prevent Suicide Greater Milwaukee Conference

WISE and the Katelyn Ann Fennig Memorial Fund will be sponsoring an art show at the November 14, 2014 Prevent Suicide Greater Milwaukee Conference, held at the Milwaukee County War Memorial. We are now accepting artwork of all mediums from artists who have a connection to the cause of suicide prevention.

Submission Deadline: Tuesday, November 4th

If interested in submitting artwork, please fill out the following form, sign, and return to Rachel Niemann by Tuesday, November 4th.

Scan and send via email to: rachel.at.WISE@gmail.com (preferred), or

Mail to:

Mental Health of America Attn. Rachel Niemann
600 West Virginia Street Milwaukee, WI 53204

We look forward to seeing the talent and diversity among all those in our community who are connected to the cause of suicide prevention, and to continue to fight against stigma by speaking out about our experiences.

Thank You,

Rachel Niemann,
Wisconsin Initiative for Stigma Elimination – Program Specialist

 

Call for Art Submissions PSGM

Click on the image above for Call for Art Submission Form