Replogle Center Events
We host several events throughout the year to support a variety of client needs, from mediation to couples or parenting classes to support groups to discussions of end-of-life issues to seminars on various topics. You can find a complete schedule of upcoming Replogle Center events here.
Connecting to the Heart
Saturday, February 9, 2019
10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Boyle Conference Room
Registration fee: $30
The heart is a symbol for love and our deepest and most essential selves. We often use phrases like “heart-broken” or “light-hearted.” We speak “from the heart” or get to the “heart of the matter.”
But have you ever wondered about the connection between your emotional heart and your physical heart? Although we may think that it’s our brain that’s running the show, there is now scientific research that shows it’s the heart that has the biggest impact on our well-being.
In this workshop we’ll explore the connection between our physical and metaphorical heart. Through movement, expressive arts practices, and meditation, you’ll learn ways to develop self-compassion, shift negative emotions, and explore gratitude. You will gain greater insight into your emotional life and greater freedom and energy in your physical body.
This workshop will involve some movement. Participants should have enough mobility to get up and down from the floor. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a notebook. Also feel free to bring your own yoga mat.
Our instructor in this heart exploration will be Kate Wester, who has been practicing yoga and meditation for more than twenty-five years. She is a teacher and integrative therapist drawn to the intersection of body-centered, contemplative, and expressive arts practices, incorporating mindfulness, somatic awareness, and the enhancement of self-compassion. She has an MA in pastoral counseling and is on staff at the Replogle Center for Counseling and Well-Being.
Saturday, February 23, 2019
10:00 a.m–2:00 p.m.
Boyle Conference Room
Registration fee: $50
An ancient and still relevant way of understanding personality, the Enneagram describes nine distinct ways of seeing the world. Giving insight into how people think, feel, and behave, this personality system can unlock our most basic motivations and instincts.
During this Saturday workshop led by Marci Madary, the Enneagram personality typology will be used as a framework for individuals to change, grow, and gain a greater sense of peace. By understanding what motivations drive a person to make choices, an individual can step away from compulsions and move into the land of conscious choice.
By transcending the limitations of personality, the possibility of greater potential opens. Through deeper understanding of motivations and fixations, personal blind spots are revealed, leading to empowerment and non-judgmental awareness.
Marci Madary is a nationally certified Enneagram teacher through the Palmer/Daniels school in the narrative tradition. She has taught the Enneagram in a variety of settings and worked one-on-one with individuals to help them understand themselves and interpersonal dynamics. She is also a spiritual director and Reiki practitioner. With a doctorate of ministry, she has worked in the area of spirituality for more than twenty years, and she also has a passion for poetry.
Tuesdays at Replogle: Meditation
Tuesdays Evening Meditation
Boyle Conference Room
Donation of $10 requested
This group meditation is open to all, whether you are new to meditation or an experienced practitioner.
To enhance our meditation experience, leaders provide a theme for each month’s discussion time. After sitting in meditative silence, our conversation focuses on that theme, related to the month and season.
You are welcome to come whenever you can. We gather on Tuesday evenings from 7:00 to 8:15 p.m. (which includes 25 minutes of silent meditation, followed by discussion centered on the monthly theme).
You do not need to commit to attend every Tuesday; you are welcome to come whichever weeks you choose.
We encourage you to reserve your space, by clicking on the dates for the evenings you plan to join us.
We also appreciate a $10 donation per session or whatever you can afford to support the work of the Center.
The Replogle Premarital Seminar is offered five times per year to provide couples with the opportunity to learn and practice some of the most important skills necessary to building a healthy marital relationship that will endure and grow. Learn more about the Premarital Seminar here.
Grief Support Group
For those dealing with significant losses, a Grief Support Group meets on several Mondays throughout the year from 7:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. in the Replogle Center's Conference Room. The Grief Group is free of charge. Read more...