Join us for Sunday Circle at SAY Sí, 1518 S. Alamo, 78204, 11:00am, to Celebrate Life, Love, Everything and Everybody! We sing, meditate, experience, share and grow together. Children are blessed, and participate in stories and crafts in Children’s Circle during part of the Celebration Circle service.
EVERY SUNDAY, 12:30 – 1:45PM
PLEASE NOTE: No Healing Circle on Sunday, December 22
THE MEDICINE WAY HEALING CIRCLE
The Medicine Way is an ancient Native American way of seeing everything in the world as a teacher with its own blessing to give. Join our Circle as we transform whatever is showing up in your life into growth and healing. This group is in the lineage of Hal Robinson’s Spirit Stalking. Develop your intuition by accessing the wisdom of your body. Increase your connection to the Great Mystery and feel your relationship with the web of all life. Use obstacles in your life to grow in power and consciousness. There is no charge to attend. The circle will be guided by Krista Delgado and Natalie Burtenshaw.
REMINDER: If you can't attend the Sunday Morning Circe in person, you can tune in online to the Celebration Circle Facebook page and watch the Livestream Video from 11am - noon, or view the archived videos any time by clicking on the Video button on our FB page.
JANUARY 19, 11:00AM - 2:00PM
CELEBRATION CIRCLE'S 28TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
Join us for a fun celebration of 28 years! Including a dialogue about the past, present and future of the Circle between founders Zet Baer and Rudi Harst with Council of Stewards Chair, Krista Delgado, moderated by Chuck Squier. As usual there will be lots of great music from the Circle Band with music from some of our favorites, Piper Tilton, Chayito Champion, Olivia de Jesus & Adan Gonzales and Rudi Harst. Plus a Silent Auction, light lunch and of course, Birthday Cake!
JANUARY 26, 11:00AM
RELATIONSHIPS: WALKING THE GOOD RED ROAD
Hal Robinson returns to share his wisdom. Hal has been helping others find spiritual solutions to life's everyday challenges and issues for 40+ years. His work combining Lakota wisdom with Gestalt psychotherapy teaches us the tools to live a less reactive life with more peace and freedom. With music from Chris Taylor and the Circle Band plus special musical guest Jaynee Weber from Austin.