Sagewood Center has been a place for healing and community for over 9 years. Angela started Sagewood to support Reiki students and practitioners in the community to grow this wonderful healing modality and provide space for practice, learning and sharing. It evolved into a space for Archangelic Light classes and shares, Massage, Hypnotherapy and QHHT, Intuitive and Life Coaching, Yoga, Counseling, Shamanic practices, Ayurveda, Akashic Records, Sound Therapy and Crystal Healing and Pop-up Stores. It has been a sacred and peaceful place where learning and healing happens.
On September 30th the center itself will be closing, but the mission to bring holistic wellness to the community will continue. Though a difficult decision, the space was sold, and another wellness company has taken it over: Anne Till Nutrition Group provides support to patients through nutrition and lifestyle therapies. This group has been practicing in Cary for many years and more recently in Raleigh, and they are excited now to expand their Raleigh practice to larger premises this fall.
The Sagewood Practitioners will be practicing from new spaces, but we will remain a community and will continue to keep you informed of classes, workshops, and events. We will continue our newsletter to share our calendar, offer Words of Wisdom and Support, and highlight our practitioners and their services to help you find the therapies that you need.
Here are some practitioner location updates:
Stephanie Funaro will be opening a new wellness space: Soma Massage and Wellness Collective at 920 Paverstone Road, Suite B, in Raleigh. Some of us will be moving our practices here:
Practitioners working in other locations:
Women are so very talented. We can juggle multiple projects and simultaneously tend to the needs of many. It’s easy for us to fall out of balance, and when we do, we can end up feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. We lose connection with our inner compass and work harder versus smarter, feeding the cycle of imbalance.
To nurture balance in our lives, we can harness the energy of the Mother Goddess to build the cornerstone of balance, self-care. Connecting with this archetype does not mean one has to be a physical mother. Her gifts are offered to everyone. Honoring your inner Mother Goddess is about nurturing and tending to your needs, goals and feeding the hungers of your soul with the energy you need to be well and thrive.
To embody the tender loving care of your inner Mother energies, commit to a nourishing daily practice to care for your heart and soul before you serve others. Each morning, refrain from picking up your phone to check messages or to read the news. Instead, choose to go inside to connect with your own inner wisdom to guide your daily activities and attitudes. Nourish yourself with a cup of tea, walk outside, read, or write. Do whatever it is that helps you to slow down, connect with yourself and feed the deepest desires of your soul. Start small, with an amount of time that works for you.
As you consistently invest in this maternal, loving time to care for yourself, you will regain and maintain your balance. Your daily energy will increase, your health will improve, and you will make wiser decisions about how you manage your time and energy. Open your heart to yourself and receive the nurturing care of your inner Mother.
Dianne will be offering several upcoming workshops to help you access this supportive and balancing energy:
Saturday, October 8, 2-5pm
Sisters Under the Shawl Women’s Circle #1. Theme: The Triple Goddess. Celebrate your ancestors and significant women in your life through the creation of a Goddess Altar. Acknowledge strengths you gained in your journeys as a Maiden, Mother and Crone. Participate in ceremony and create prayer bundles with sisters to support your current goals and intentions.
Sunday, October 30, 1-4pm
Life as a Crone. Imagine the 2nd half of your life as you step into your true beauty and power.
Saturday, December 10, 2-5pm
Sisters Under the Shawl Women’s Circle #2. Theme: The Goddess GuanYin. Balanced Self-Care Teaching and Mesa Work.
Learn more at: www.sustainwellnesscoaching.com!
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