We’re excited for this mini-workshop by Kara Keating and Ash Ayars of Movement Arts. Learn about Sound Healing and participate in a sound bath!
Vila Loukas will present a talk on Understanding Your DNA at our October 14th, 2017 event on Camano Island. Learn what it’s about here:
In episode 3 of the Countdown to Camano Interview Series, host Gayle Picken interviews Judy Mieger of the Stanwood Labyrinth Committee. You’ll learn about plans for a temporary labyrinth installation at the NW Mind Body Spirit Connection event on October 14, 2017 and long-term plans for a permanent labyrinth in a Stanwood – Camano Island park.
In this episode of the Countdown to Camano INTERVIEW SERIES, Gayle Picken interviews Carolyn Carman, a certified health coach who believes that plants can heal and fruits and vegetables are the key to healthier living.
Introducing Marcia Sears of Monat – she is one of our exhibitors at the NW Mind Body Spirit Connection.
In our new Countdown to Camano Interview Series, director Gayle Picken interviews one of the exhibitors in our upcoming NW Mind Body Spirit Connection event. Introducing Lisa Flowers of Happiness Quest Health Coaching:
Marla Williams of Practical Solutions Zone is one of the features at the 2017 NW Mind Body Spirit Connection on Camano Island. Check out this video for a preview of her talk!
I met Judy Mieger last year at the 2016 NW Mind Body Spirit Connection on Camano Island. She was bursting with excitement and shared her idea to bring a labyrinth to the event. “A labyrinth? At the event?” Luckily Judy didn’t forget our conversation from a year ago. She contacted me and got the ball rolling, enlisting the help of the Stanwood Labyrinth Committee and acclaimed labyrinth creator, Dan Niven of ModernDaedalus.com.
Dan has installed temporary and permanent labyrinths in churches, wellness centers, private estates and at festivals across the Pacific Northwest. We met at the Camano Center to look at the site and brainstorm ideas for a temporary labyrinth at the NW Mind Body Spirit Connection. (Pictured below: Gayle Picken, Dan Niven, Lyn Kelly of the Stanwood Labyrinth Committee, Jeremiah O’Hagan of the Stanwood/Camano NEWS)
Dan’s knowledge and enthusiasm for labyrinths was fascinating and his energy infectious! He entertained us with stories of his installations over the years and immediately saw possibilities for installing labyrinths at the Center. “If the weather is good, we could build a large one outside on the patio or on the lawn,” he visualized the pattern as he stood on the point of center. “The small conference room would also make a lovely small space for individual walks,” he mused.
Attendees will be invited to walk the labyrinth during the NW Mind Body Spirit Connection on October 14th. Whether to meditate, focus and clarify or simply slow down and take a few minutes out to walk the labyrinth and find out what it is all about… we’re looking forward to this addition to the event. Members of the Stanwood Labyrinth Committee will be on hand to talk about their plans to install a permanent labyrinth at a park in Stanwood.
For more information, have a look at this great article recently published in the Stanwood/Camano NEWS: http://www.scnews.com/news/article_3b451a78-86c3-11e7-a669-33793d39ab3d.html