Healing Circles Langley is a:

  • Nurturing, supportive place

    where anyone impacted by cancer, a life-changing condition, or loss can explore and engage in their own healing.

  • Safe sanctuary

    that invites a step outside the ordinary flow of time… a respite… a recess… a retreat for deep inner listening.

  • Learning community

    that offers a social hub where all of us—regardless of age or health—can expand our capacity for healing, living, and aging well.

HC Lineage webinar

Check out how Whidbey Island has contributed to Healing Circles Global and consider joining an online global circle for:

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New HCL Circles

Song Bath Sanctuary

Renew your body and soul in the comfort of your own home. Deborah Doff-Chapin has been offering Song Bath since HCL’s founding. Sundays, 6:00-7:00. Register at https://touchdrawing.com/song-bath-sanctuary/

Healing Circle for Mothers

We invite you to a Circle for mothers who want to connect with others for sharing and respite. We’ll meet twice a month, 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 7:00 to 8:30pm.

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Please register in advance for this meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0pdeupqTMrE9BQHik3J9BYXilBbdhz0z1N

Calendar

Sep
9
Thu
On-line: Whidbey Island Insight Meditation Group (WIIMG)
Sep 9 @ 5:00 pm – Sep 30 @ 6:30 pm
On-line: Whidbey Island Insight Meditation Group (WIIMG)

Whidbey Island Insight Meditation Group

Mindfulness meditation in the insight tradition is about seeing life as it really is, free from assumptions, expectations and beliefs. By gently noticing and investigating sensations, thoughts and emotions, it trains the mind and opens the heart.

Intended for new and experienced meditators, this circle will support you in creating and sustaining your own regular meditation practice. Everyone is welcome. Come to one session or come to them all.

September 9 5:00 – 6:30 pm Practice Sharing: Post-Summer Check-Ins

September 16 5:00 – 6:30 pm Two Qualities of Mindfulness Meditation: Samatha & Vipassana

September 23 5:00 – 6:30 pm Befriending a Judgmental Mind

September 30 5:00 – 6:30 pm The Power, Purpose & Practice of Intentions

Hosted by Kate Davies, a certified mindfulness meditation teacher with twenty years of practice experience.

Please email Kate for further information and Zoom log in information at: katherinestefaniedavies@gmail.org

Sep
16
Thu
On-line: Whidbey Island Insight Meditation Group (WIIMG)
Sep 16 @ 5:00 pm – Oct 7 @ 6:30 pm
On-line: Whidbey Island Insight Meditation Group (WIIMG)

Whidbey Island Insight Meditation Group

Mindfulness meditation in the insight tradition is about seeing life as it really is, free from assumptions, expectations and beliefs. By gently noticing and investigating sensations, thoughts and emotions, it trains the mind and opens the heart.

Intended for new and experienced meditators, this circle will support you in creating and sustaining your own regular meditation practice. Everyone is welcome. Come to one session or come to them all.

September 9 5:00 – 6:30 pm Practice Sharing: Post-Summer Check-Ins

September 16 5:00 – 6:30 pm Two Qualities of Mindfulness Meditation: Samatha & Vipassana

September 23 5:00 – 6:30 pm Befriending a Judgmental Mind

September 30 5:00 – 6:30 pm The Power, Purpose & Practice of Intentions

Hosted by Kate Davies, a certified mindfulness meditation teacher with twenty years of practice experience.

Please email Kate for further information and Zoom log in information at: katherinestefaniedavies@gmail.org

Sep
23
Thu
ONLINE: Healing into Life & Death: Discovering what Death can Teach us About Living Fully
Sep 23 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
ONLINE: Healing into Life & Death: Discovering what Death can Teach us About Living Fully @ ONLINE

Our circle is about “discovering what death can teach us about living fully.” It will include reading, sharing thoughts, questions, inspirations evoked by the reading. It is not necessary to read the book ahead of time. The circle is open, participants come when they can.  The conversations tend to be deep, meaningful, moving, funny, thought provoking–even life changing.

This circle is currently full. If you’d like to be waitlisted please contact info@healingcircles.org

On-line: Whidbey Island Insight Meditation Group (WIIMG)
Sep 23 @ 5:00 pm – Oct 14 @ 6:30 pm
On-line: Whidbey Island Insight Meditation Group (WIIMG)

Whidbey Island Insight Meditation Group

Mindfulness meditation in the insight tradition is about seeing life as it really is, free from assumptions, expectations and beliefs. By gently noticing and investigating sensations, thoughts and emotions, it trains the mind and opens the heart.

Intended for new and experienced meditators, this circle will support you in creating and sustaining your own regular meditation practice. Everyone is welcome. Come to one session or come to them all.

September 9 5:00 – 6:30 pm Practice Sharing: Post-Summer Check-Ins

September 16 5:00 – 6:30 pm Two Qualities of Mindfulness Meditation: Samatha & Vipassana

September 23 5:00 – 6:30 pm Befriending a Judgmental Mind

September 30 5:00 – 6:30 pm The Power, Purpose & Practice of Intentions

Hosted by Kate Davies, a certified mindfulness meditation teacher with twenty years of practice experience.

Please email Kate for further information and Zoom log in information at: katherinestefaniedavies@gmail.org

Sep
24
Fri
ONLINE: Mindfulness Meditation
Sep 24 @ 8:30 am – 9:15 am
ONLINE: Mindfulness Meditation @ online
In these trying times of fear and uncertainty, we can come together and share in the space of meditation.  Practicing being in the present moment can help calm our minds and our anxieties.   Please consider joining me for meditation on Friday morning, 3/27 at 8:30 am for a 40-minute mindfulness meditation.   This is a free offering and will continue on Friday mornings indefinitely.  Please join the Zoom session at

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/206024399?pwd=cG9hVlllenp0R1ltVnJMR0dLcStLZz09

Meeting ID: 206 024 399

Password: 011618

Offered by Sarah Manchester

ONLINE: Poetry in These Times and Drop-in Healing Circle
Sep 24 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
ONLINE: Poetry in These Times and Drop-in Healing Circle @ online
Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/497440907
A poem slips its hand into yours, accompanies you
through what is difficult, unknown and terrifying.
Its conversation takes you to a softer place and
laughs and cries with you.
During this time of isolation, poems carry no virus. They can be with you in your kitchen, your workshop, on any surface if you allow them entry into the center of your hearts. And we can walk together safely with poems for comfort and healing.
Thick Nhat Hanh says “If you are alone you may sink into the river of suffering, but if you have a community of practice to help carry you and you allow it to embrace your pain and sorrow, you will float.”
Poems are a universal community of language that speaks directly to the essence of who we are and to our enduring spirits.  They nourish us in the vicissitudes of our lives and speak to all aspects of human emotions. Their wisdom gives us the strength that already belongs to us. The drop-in circle after will give us a chance to share any of it that we wish to share.
From 2-2:20 (PDT), Judith Adams, Washington State Humanities speaker and accomplished poet herself, will read selected poems. At 2:20, you can feel free to drop off or stay online with Diana Lindsay, co-founder of Healing Circles Langley and Global, and Judith for a drop-in healing circle and conversation.
Sep
28
Tue
ON-LINE: Yi Ren Qigong, advanced practice
Sep 28 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
ON-LINE: Yi Ren Qigong, advanced practice @ Zoom meeting

If ever there was a time for working on our immunity, this would be it. This practice is designed to do that and lower our stress in the process. It’s a gentle practice that can be done sitting or standing.

To register and for more information e-mail info@healingcircleslangley.org

The practice is based on the work of Dr. Guan-Cheng Sun at the Institute for Qigong and Integrative Medicine in Bothell, WA.

Please review this waiver: AGREEMENT OF RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY FORM

Sep
30
Thu
ONLINE: Healing into Life & Death: Discovering what Death can Teach us About Living Fully
Sep 30 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
ONLINE: Healing into Life & Death: Discovering what Death can Teach us About Living Fully @ ONLINE

Our circle is about “discovering what death can teach us about living fully.” It will include reading, sharing thoughts, questions, inspirations evoked by the reading. It is not necessary to read the book ahead of time. The circle is open, participants come when they can.  The conversations tend to be deep, meaningful, moving, funny, thought provoking–even life changing.

This circle is currently full. If you’d like to be waitlisted please contact info@healingcircles.org

On-line: Whidbey Island Insight Meditation Group (WIIMG)
Sep 30 @ 5:00 pm – Oct 21 @ 6:30 pm
On-line: Whidbey Island Insight Meditation Group (WIIMG)

Whidbey Island Insight Meditation Group

Mindfulness meditation in the insight tradition is about seeing life as it really is, free from assumptions, expectations and beliefs. By gently noticing and investigating sensations, thoughts and emotions, it trains the mind and opens the heart.

Intended for new and experienced meditators, this circle will support you in creating and sustaining your own regular meditation practice. Everyone is welcome. Come to one session or come to them all.

September 9 5:00 – 6:30 pm Practice Sharing: Post-Summer Check-Ins

September 16 5:00 – 6:30 pm Two Qualities of Mindfulness Meditation: Samatha & Vipassana

September 23 5:00 – 6:30 pm Befriending a Judgmental Mind

September 30 5:00 – 6:30 pm The Power, Purpose & Practice of Intentions

Hosted by Kate Davies, a certified mindfulness meditation teacher with twenty years of practice experience.

Please email Kate for further information and Zoom log in information at: katherinestefaniedavies@gmail.org

Oct
1
Fri
ONLINE: Mindfulness Meditation
Oct 1 @ 8:30 am – 9:15 am
ONLINE: Mindfulness Meditation @ online
In these trying times of fear and uncertainty, we can come together and share in the space of meditation.  Practicing being in the present moment can help calm our minds and our anxieties.   Please consider joining me for meditation on Friday morning, 3/27 at 8:30 am for a 40-minute mindfulness meditation.   This is a free offering and will continue on Friday mornings indefinitely.  Please join the Zoom session at

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/206024399?pwd=cG9hVlllenp0R1ltVnJMR0dLcStLZz09

Meeting ID: 206 024 399

Password: 011618

Offered by Sarah Manchester

ONLINE: Poetry in These Times and Drop-in Healing Circle
Oct 1 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
ONLINE: Poetry in These Times and Drop-in Healing Circle @ online
Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/497440907
A poem slips its hand into yours, accompanies you
through what is difficult, unknown and terrifying.
Its conversation takes you to a softer place and
laughs and cries with you.
During this time of isolation, poems carry no virus. They can be with you in your kitchen, your workshop, on any surface if you allow them entry into the center of your hearts. And we can walk together safely with poems for comfort and healing.
Thick Nhat Hanh says “If you are alone you may sink into the river of suffering, but if you have a community of practice to help carry you and you allow it to embrace your pain and sorrow, you will float.”
Poems are a universal community of language that speaks directly to the essence of who we are and to our enduring spirits.  They nourish us in the vicissitudes of our lives and speak to all aspects of human emotions. Their wisdom gives us the strength that already belongs to us. The drop-in circle after will give us a chance to share any of it that we wish to share.
From 2-2:20 (PDT), Judith Adams, Washington State Humanities speaker and accomplished poet herself, will read selected poems. At 2:20, you can feel free to drop off or stay online with Diana Lindsay, co-founder of Healing Circles Langley and Global, and Judith for a drop-in healing circle and conversation.
Oct
5
Tue
ON-LINE: Yi Ren Qigong, advanced practice
Oct 5 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
ON-LINE: Yi Ren Qigong, advanced practice @ Zoom meeting

If ever there was a time for working on our immunity, this would be it. This practice is designed to do that and lower our stress in the process. It’s a gentle practice that can be done sitting or standing.

To register and for more information e-mail info@healingcircleslangley.org

The practice is based on the work of Dr. Guan-Cheng Sun at the Institute for Qigong and Integrative Medicine in Bothell, WA.

Please review this waiver: AGREEMENT OF RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY FORM

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