Healing Circles Langley is a:

  • Nurturing supportIve space

    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.

  • Community

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

Welcome back!

We’ve missed you. Please drop by for a Circle of Two. Check out the space, tell us your story of the pandemic, or share whatever is on your heart today. Our volunteers are trained listeners who respect confidentiality. We’re open Monday-Friday 10-2.

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Tai-chi

A free community class offered by the ROOTS program at Healing Circles. Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:30pm-2:30pm starting June 2nd. For more info.

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Healing Circles Global online circles

To provide more opportunities for the Whidbey community to connect with each other and the world, we offer these global circles:

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Calendar

Aug
9
Tue
In-person: Tai-chi class
Aug 9 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Tai Chi is a series of slow, graceful martial arts movements, called a form, which is continuously flowing, always the same, gradually gaining in complexity, taking 15 – 20 minutes to complete. Students learn by following with the assistance of verbal cues. Accessible to a wide range of physical ability, Tai chi promotes strong body awareness, strengthening balance, coordination, concentration, healthy breathing, posture, core strength and flexibility. Practicing the graceful flow of Tai Chi also creates a meditative interlude from the thoughts of every day life. There is very little attention given to martial arts; It’s all in the form.

This class is free; donations are gratefully accepted. It will take place in person at the Soundview Center, in conjunction with our Roots of Wellness program. Enjoy!

Overcoming Anxiety and Discovering Inner Peace
Aug 9 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Overcoming Anxiety and Discovering Inner Peace @ Healing Circles Langley

This 6-week circle is an opportunity to unravel the inner dynamics that create anxiety while establishing healthier patterns that bring a sense of safety, security and deep inner peace. We’ll explore best practices in managing anxiety as well as share strategies that have been helpful for each of us. The circle meets on Tuesdays, from July 12-August 16 from 7-8:30pm.

Circle host Jeffrey Wood has a license in Hypnotherapy, a Certification in Alcohol Chemical Dependency Counseling and have practiced Jungian-based inner work facilitation for over 20 years. Please email Jeffrey at kridokid@yahoo.com to register.

Aug
10
Wed
ONLINE: The Poetry Apothecary
Aug 10 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
ONLINE: The Poetry Apothecary @ online

“…Poetry has redemptive power for me, as it does for millions of people. Poems have provided life jackets to keep me from drowning, ballast to keep me from ascending to altitudes where there’s not enough oxygen to support life, and maps to keep me from getting lost in the wilderness….” 

Parker J Palmer

We will stock up the shelves of our Poetry Apothecary with poems that comfort and heal. Come and join us to help weigh, measure and distill poems for their healing properties so we can store each one in our apothecary. Bring poems that have helped you, that perhaps have companioned you through the ups and downs of life, through loneliness, loss, overwhelm, wonder, the healing power of nature, despondency, fragility, forgiveness, and inspiration.  We will mine the storehouse of poetic literature and we will also look at poems which you may have written yourself as a way of finding resolve.

To join this circle online, contact info@healingcircles.org

Hosted by Judith Adams, Peter Martin & Gary Vallat.

ONLINE: BIPOC Circle
Aug 10 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
ONLINE: BIPOC Circle @ online

bipoc

BLACK, INDIGENOUS, PEOPLE OF COLOR

“Creating a safe space for healing and empowerment”

This sharing time is deeply affirming of our experience. We’ll explore and learn with open hearts. BIPOC held and led. Open to all genders. Email Rose to receive the Zoom link.

Aug
11
Thu
ONLINE: Healing into Life & Death: Discovering what Death can Teach us About Living Fully
Aug 11 @ 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.

For more information please contact info@healingcircles.org

In-person: Tai-chi class
Aug 11 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Tai Chi is a series of slow, graceful martial arts movements, called a form, which is continuously flowing, always the same, gradually gaining in complexity, taking 15 – 20 minutes to complete. Students learn by following with the assistance of verbal cues. Accessible to a wide range of physical ability, Tai chi promotes strong body awareness, strengthening balance, coordination, concentration, healthy breathing, posture, core strength and flexibility. Practicing the graceful flow of Tai Chi also creates a meditative interlude from the thoughts of every day life. There is very little attention given to martial arts; It’s all in the form.

This class is free; donations are gratefully accepted. It will take place in person at the Soundview Center, in conjunction with our Roots of Wellness program. Enjoy!

Aug
12
Fri
ONLINE: Mindfulness Meditation
Aug 12 @ 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://us02web.zoom.us/j/87211947238?pwd=SGlPUUhNVkNWSTl0eFp6RUtYWklyQT09

Meeting ID: 206 024 399

Password: 011618

Offered by Sarah Manchester

HYBRID: Healing from Chronic Pain
Aug 12 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
HYBRID: Healing from Chronic Pain @ Healing Circles Langley | Langley | Washington | United States

Our circle is a nurturing, supportive place where anyone impacted by chronic pain can explore and engage in their own healing.  We’ll share our stories and strategies for minimizing pain, alleviating suffering, and appreciating ourselves as whole people.

Each circle is a blend of sharing and silence, compassion and curiosity, and honoring our own unique paths to healing as well as respecting each other.

Our circle is now hybrid. Please join us at Healing Circles Langley if you’re able.  To join us via Zoom, please send an email to Tim Clark, timkclark@gmail.com, to receive the link.

Aug
16
Tue
In-person: Tai-chi class
Aug 16 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Tai Chi is a series of slow, graceful martial arts movements, called a form, which is continuously flowing, always the same, gradually gaining in complexity, taking 15 – 20 minutes to complete. Students learn by following with the assistance of verbal cues. Accessible to a wide range of physical ability, Tai chi promotes strong body awareness, strengthening balance, coordination, concentration, healthy breathing, posture, core strength and flexibility. Practicing the graceful flow of Tai Chi also creates a meditative interlude from the thoughts of every day life. There is very little attention given to martial arts; It’s all in the form.

This class is free; donations are gratefully accepted. It will take place in person at the Soundview Center, in conjunction with our Roots of Wellness program. Enjoy!

Overcoming Anxiety and Discovering Inner Peace
Aug 16 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Overcoming Anxiety and Discovering Inner Peace @ Healing Circles Langley

This 6-week circle is an opportunity to unravel the inner dynamics that create anxiety while establishing healthier patterns that bring a sense of safety, security and deep inner peace. We’ll explore best practices in managing anxiety as well as share strategies that have been helpful for each of us. The circle meets on Tuesdays, from July 12-August 16 from 7-8:30pm.

Circle host Jeffrey Wood has a license in Hypnotherapy, a Certification in Alcohol Chemical Dependency Counseling and have practiced Jungian-based inner work facilitation for over 20 years. Please email Jeffrey at kridokid@yahoo.com to register.

Aug
18
Thu
ONLINE: Healing into Life & Death: Discovering what Death can Teach us About Living Fully
Aug 18 @ 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.

For more information please contact info@healingcircles.org

In-person: Tai-chi class
Aug 18 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Tai Chi is a series of slow, graceful martial arts movements, called a form, which is continuously flowing, always the same, gradually gaining in complexity, taking 15 – 20 minutes to complete. Students learn by following with the assistance of verbal cues. Accessible to a wide range of physical ability, Tai chi promotes strong body awareness, strengthening balance, coordination, concentration, healthy breathing, posture, core strength and flexibility. Practicing the graceful flow of Tai Chi also creates a meditative interlude from the thoughts of every day life. There is very little attention given to martial arts; It’s all in the form.

This class is free; donations are gratefully accepted. It will take place in person at the Soundview Center, in conjunction with our Roots of Wellness program. Enjoy!

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