THiNKSPOT began as an idea in March 2009. It seems rather appropriate to celebrate the passage of these ten years; and what better way than to provide an opportunity for people to connect – with others and with ideas -through a weekly series called A Safe Place… Learn, Grow, Connect. Connection is why ThinkSpot exists.
Please join us on Thursday evenings through January, February, and March to learn from practitioners who have walked a unique journey and have honed their craft of exploring a way of being. Reservations through Eventbrite are required as ThinkSpot’s capacity is limited. There are various pricing options from one-event tickets to multiple-event tickets and each week is a separate Eventbrite listing. If you purchase multiple-event tickets, please use the pre-paid ticket option when you reserve your seat for the event. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Networking will begin at 6:30pm each Thursday; with the practitioners beginning their stories at 7:00 and ending at 8:45pm. There will be 15 minutes of closing networking and at 9:00pm the event will be ending. January topics will relate to Purpose; February topics will relate to Relationships (diverse and surprising types of relationships); March topics will relate to Emotional Wellness. Each practitioner will provide a unique offering for you as a thank-you for attending the talk, and will also provide the opportunity to sign up for a workshop directly related to their area of interest (2 hour, half-day, or full-day).
Darcie Pytel: Drumming for peace-of-mind
TBC: Limiting Beliefs… they catch us every time
Michael Williams: Eldership Circle… whether 33, 63, or 93
TBC: Teas of the World
TBC: Reiki and other healing modalities
Dr. Michael Williams: “Let’s Talk About Death”– invitation to a Death Café
Michael Challenger: topic to follow
Greg Klym: topic to follow
Jenny Soder: Emotions and Essential Oils
Jennifer Lyall: Trusting your Intuitive Self
Sandy Reynolds: What do you Expect?
Steve Turner: Walking with Anxiety
Looking forward to seeing you at ThinkSpot over the coming months.
PS – you may wonder why the picture of a tiny caterpillar? In December 2017 I found this little thing curled up in the firewood under about 8” of snow. It reminded me of resilience and the photo seemed relevant to the “Safe Space” series this winter. By sharing the journey with others and realizing that we are not alone in this life experience, we may all find our resilience strengthening.