DATE: (The third Wednesday of the month) Wednesday, November 15, 2017
LOCATION: St. Philips Church, NE corner of Campbell and River
TIME: 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
COST: A $5.00 donation is requested, or any amount that meets your means
This month’s topic is inspired by the recent Arizona Enneagram Association’s workshop presented by Bea Chestnut, Ph.D. and Uranio Paes. “The way of the arrows” uses the dynamic of the Enneagram symbol itself to teach us our Type’s evolutionary, and revolutionary, path of transformation. The arrow lines are a key feature of the Enneagram system that can guide our growth toward consciously manifesting our higher selves. Through whole-body movements (mudras) associated with the energy of each EnneaType, we can begin to sense the intrinsic inner state of each Type, which are traits of all humanity. By practicing movements along the arrows in a particular way, we can entrain and strengthen new neural pathways that support our natural advancement toward our essential selves.
Presenter: Candice Thomas is Tucson’s top Integrative Acupuncturist. The founder of LightWorks Acupuncture Health Transformation Center she brings together a potent blend of the best of ancient and modern medicines. With a pre-med degree in cellular biology, a master’s degree in acupuncture, and accreditation with the IEA as an enneagram teacher, she is passionate about delivering the most comprehensive healing experience available. From this she developed the LightWorks Approach. Combining acupuncture with nutritional guidance and use of the Enneagram, she has developed a powerful way to quickly and profoundly transform health. She was voted “Best Acupuncturist in Tucson 2016” by Expertise.com. Visit her at www.LightWorksAcupuncture.com.