Grief Support
Jul
23
to Sep 24

Grief Support

Grief Resources

2019 GRIEF SUPPORT GROUPS

Has someone died that is close to you? Would it help to share?

Please join Bay Center for Spiritual Development for support, understanding and acceptance through the grieving process.

There will be 4 ten-week series throughout 2019.

  • Tuesdays from 1-2:30 PM

  • Bay Center, 31 Noblett Lane, Kilmarnock, VA

Informational/1st Session Dates:

  • Jan. 8 - Mar 12

  • Apr. 2 - June 4

  • July 23 - Sept 24 — REGISTER HERE

  • Oct. 15 - Dec.17

Groups will allow participants to explore, within a “trusting, nurturing and confidential environment”, their reactions to loss, learn about the grieving process, develop strategies for coping and begin to integrate this change into their lives in order to move forward.

The support groups will be led by Sally Edwards and/or Lee Archard both Licensed Professional Counselors in private practice, and/or Hal White, also a counselor and retired clergy. The Rev. Karen Woodruff assists.

Each ten week series will use the book, Understanding Your Grief, Ten Essential Touchstones for Finding Hope and Healing Your Heart. The book will be handed out at each of the first sessions.

Suggested Donation: $75 for ten week series, $65 if you have attended another 10-week series (scholarships available through the Lantz Foundation). For more information, please call Lee Archard 804-356-3008 or Sally Edwards 540-226-2054 or Hal White 804-580-9737.

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Alzheimer’s: Don’s Faithful Journey
Sep
18
2:00 PM14:00

Alzheimer’s: Don’s Faithful Journey

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When: Wednesday, September 18, 2:00 PM
Where: Commonwealth Senior Living at Kilmarnock
460 S. Main Street, Kilmarnock, VA 22482

Don Talbott was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease at the age of 41. He and his wife, Christy, have spent over a decade advocating for Alzheimer’s research and support for families touched by this horrible disease. In July of 2019, their son Kyle published Don’s story in a book, ALZHEIMER’S: Don’s Faithful Journey. Don and Christy will be here to discuss Alzheimer’s, their fight and what they’ve learned. Don will share one or two of his favorite poems from the book. We have copies of this wonderful book available.

If you wish to purchase ($15) and read prior to the Talbott’s visit, you will experience a more in-depth interaction with Don and Christy. The book is also available everywhere online in all formats at Barnes & Noble and Amazon, etc.

We promise you an interesting, enlightening visit with this remarkable couple.

Wednesday, September 18, 2:00 PM
Commonwealth Senior Living at Kilmarnock
460 S. Main St., Kilmarnock, VA 22482
Refreshments provided

RSVP today 804-435-9896, Ext. 107 to reserve your spot.

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Senior University
Sep
19
8:30 AM08:30

Senior University

Find The Bay Center at Senior University, An Educational Seminar for Seniors & Caregivers!

FREE to the public! Pre-registration is required.

When: Thursday, September 19, 2019, 8:30 AM-1:00 PM

Where: White Stone Church of the Nazarene
57 Whisk Drive, White Stone, VA

The Bay Center will have a booth at Bon Secours Rappahannock General Hospital’s “Senior University” and we’d love to see you there!

Senior University is a daylong informational session for seniors and caregivers featuring presentations from healthcare professionals and local resources with a focus on senior health and well-being.

Features of the day include breakfast, courtesy of Commonwealth Senior Living, complimentary lunch by RGH, free blood pressure screenings, a grand door prize provided by Hospice of Virginia, giveaways and more!

8:30-9:30 am: Vendor consortium, free blood pressure screenings and complimentary breakfast. Presentations will begin at 9:30 am.

This event is free and open to the public.

Pre-registration is required.

To register, call 804-435-8662.

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U.N. International Day of Peace
Sep
21
to Sep 22

U.N. International Day of Peace

UN Day of Peace

PLEASE JOIN US FOR A PEACE CELEBRATION ON SEPTEMBER 21, 2019

U.N. International Day of Peace

Bring your kids, grands, and friends… we will have activities for kids!

Peace Wave at Noon

When: September 21, 2019, 11:00am - 1:00pm

Where: The Bay Center, 31 Noblett Lane, Kilmarnock

Check back for updates!

The Bay Center invites you and your friends and family to celebrate the International Day of Peace (“Peace Day”), which is observed around the world each year on 21 September.

Kids will be able to “take a bit of peace home” as we’re offering fun activities for children such as peace rocks, pinwheels for peace, recyclables as art, origami doves, and writing peace wishes. Kids and adults will be invited to participate in a drumming circle and labyrinth walk.

Peaceful artwork from Lancaster Middle School art students will be on display.

Established in 1981 by a unanimous United Nations resolution, Peace Day provides a globally shared date for all humanity to commit to Peace above all differences and to contribute to building a Culture of Peace. Every year on 21 September, the United Nations calls on all nations and people to put down their weapons and reaffirm their commitment to living in harmony with one another. This year is particularly significant:

It is the 20th Anniversary of the UN Resolution on the Program of Action on a Culture of Peace.

The Global Peace Day Initiative this year is “Climate Action for Peace”.

In 1984, in commemoration of the annual International Day of Peace and in solidarity with the United Nations, the NGO Pathways to Peace inaugurated the Minute of Silence at 12:00 noon in each time zone, resulting in a ‘Peace Wave’ around the world.

At The Bay Center, we will observe this day with “Prayers for Peace”. We will gather at noon around the peace poles with recitation of the U.N. prayer as well as prayers for peace from varied religions ranging from Hindu, Muslim, Native American, and Christian faiths. The event will include fun kids’ activities, ideas for climate action, and the opportunity to walk the labyrinth. Please come and join us!

To learn more about the global efforts, click here.

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Soul Collage - Project Self Care
Sep
23
10:00 AM10:00

Soul Collage - Project Self Care

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Soul Collage

Monday, September 23rd, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

The Bay Center, 31 Noblett Lane, Kilmarnock

During times of stress, we tend to forget our resources. Creating and projecting meaning onto a collage allows for internal and sometimes unconscious resources to come to the surface. As participants in this process called Soul Collage, deep and meaningful conversations will evolve that supports each of us as we journey towards healing and wholeness.

Join Diana Jamison, LCSW and Soul Collage facilitator in this Soul Collage Session. No experience necessary. All materials will be provided.  If you have a pair of small pointy scissors, please bring them along. Be prepared to be in the flow of your own creativity.

In 1968 Diana was awarded an MSW from the VCU School of Social Work. She has worked as a psychotherapist in public and private settings since that time. She uses art as a healing modality in her work.

“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” Picasso.


Project Self Care

A SERIES OF WORKSHOPS TO SUPPORT HEALING

NAVIGATING LIFE-THREATENING ILLNESS

Mondays 10am - 12pm | September 16 - October 14

Pre-registration is required. Donations are appreciated.

At the Bay Center, we understand that challenging medical diagnoses eventually touch every family. In alignment with our mission, we are offering an opportunity in a small group setting to explore our journey to healing, learn from each other’s experience and reflect on the path that works for each of us, as patients or caregivers. Our goal is to enhance connection and social support, which have been proven to be very important in coping as we digest news of our own or a loved one illness.

Our offering may be right for you if you have questions, such as: How do I keep it together as I or a loved one is facing the challenges of a life-altering medical diagnosis? How do I keep a positive mindset that supports the recovery plan? How do I support my love ones as they travel through their healing journey? How do I sidestep being defined by my diagnosis? What resources are available that can help me move forward?


Since the road to healing is not linear, and is different for each person, our program is organized in a series of four 2-hour workshops, focusing on key aspects of this journey. The program is as follows:

CLICK THE PHOTOS BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION ON EACH SESSION.

Guided Imagery  - 9/16 -  Learn More

Guided Imagery - 9/16 - Learn More

Breathwork  - 9/30 -  Learn More

Breathwork - 9/30 - Learn More

Soul Collage  - 9/23 -  Learn More

Soul Collage - 9/23 - Learn More

Connections  - 10/14 -  Learn More

Connections - 10/14 - Learn More

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Breathwork - Project Self Care
Sep
30
10:00 AM10:00

Breathwork - Project Self Care

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Led by Erin Bishop, M.A. and Certified Breathworker

Experience the breathing techniques that create emotional balance and calm in stressful situations by using the power of your own breath.


Project Self Care

A SERIES OF WORKSHOPS TO SUPPORT HEALING

NAVIGATING LIFE-THREATENING ILLNESS

Mondays 10am - 12pm | September 16 - October 14

Pre-registration is required. Donations are appreciated.

At the Bay Center, we understand that challenging medical diagnoses eventually touch every family. In alignment with our mission, we are offering an opportunity in a small group setting to explore our journey to healing, learn from each other’s experience and reflect on the path that works for each of us, as patients or caregivers. Our goal is to enhance connection and social support, which have been proven to be very important in coping as we digest news of our own or a loved one illness.

Our offering may be right for you if you have questions, such as: How do I keep it together as I or a loved one is facing the challenges of a life-altering medical diagnosis? How do I keep a positive mindset that supports the recovery plan? How do I support my love ones as they travel through their healing journey? How do I sidestep being defined by my diagnosis? What resources are available that can help me move forward?


Since the road to healing is not linear, and is different for each person, our program is organized in a series of four 2-hour workshops, focusing on key aspects of this journey. The program is as follows:

CLICK THE PHOTOS BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION ON EACH SESSION.

Guided Imagery  - 9/16 -  Learn More

Guided Imagery - 9/16 - Learn More

Breathwork  - 9/30 -  Learn More

Breathwork - 9/30 - Learn More

Soul Collage  - 9/23 -  Learn More

Soul Collage - 9/23 - Learn More

Connections  - 10/14 -  Learn More

Connections - 10/14 - Learn More

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Mindful Nutrition Class
Oct
9
5:30 PM17:30

Mindful Nutrition Class

Tara Haislip

Tara Haislip

Jennifer Pittman-Dixon

Jennifer Pittman-Dixon

Mindful Nutrition Class

$40.00 Registration Fee - A portion of the proceeds benefit The Bay Center.

Pre-Registration is required. Register Here.


Tara Haislip, Certified Nutrition & Wellness Consultant and owner of TENHealth & Wellness, and Jennifer Pittman-Dixon, Nurse Practitioner, have partnered together to teach a Mindful Nutrition class at The Bay Center.  Participants will learn about nutrition for improving health and managing diseases from Diabetes and Heart Disease to Depression and Anxiety.  The workshop is purely educational and is neither promoting a particular diet nor selling any products. The class will also include information on making safe food choices, learning where your food comes from, and ways to decrease exposure to toxins in your diet. 

Tara obtained her certification in April 2017 from American Fitness Professionals & Associates. Her background includes a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2008 as a Modern Dance Performance Major from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Tara’s dance career spanned 18 years as she worked with various artists in Philadelphia and New York City, as well as international artists. Upon marrying a Lottsburg, VA native, she decided to turn her second passion into a business teaching people how to take control of their health through diet, exercise, and mindful well-being.  She eventually wants to develop TENHealth & Wellness into an Ayurveda Health Practice that provides Ayurveda Health Counseling and Ayurveda Yoga Therapy.

Jennifer is a Nurse Practitioner specializing in Psychiatry and has done extensive research on Nutrition over the past 5 years that includes preventing, managing and reversing disease as well as exploring the corruption in the food industry and unsafe practices that are a major contributor to our current health crises and high rates of disease.  

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Connections - Project Self Care
Oct
14
10:00 AM10:00

Connections - Project Self Care

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Led by Tara Haislip, Certified Nutrition & Wellness Consultant, and Hal White, Licensed Counselor and Grief and Cancer Support Group Counselor

Find out how to manage anxiety and stress by developing and maintaining self-care through nutritional awareness, meditation, journaling exercises, and finding support groups.

Project Self Care

A SERIES OF WORKSHOPS TO SUPPORT HEALING

NAVIGATING LIFE-THREATENING ILLNESS

Mondays 10am - 12pm | September 16 - October 14

Pre-registration is required. Donations are appreciated.

At the Bay Center, we understand that challenging medical diagnoses eventually touch every family. In alignment with our mission, we are offering an opportunity in a small group setting to explore our journey to healing, learn from each other’s experience and reflect on the path that works for each of us, as patients or caregivers. Our goal is to enhance connection and social support, which have been proven to be very important in coping as we digest news of our own or a loved one illness.

Our offering may be right for you if you have questions, such as: How do I keep it together as I or a loved one is facing the challenges of a life-altering medical diagnosis? How do I keep a positive mindset that supports the recovery plan? How do I support my love ones as they travel through their healing journey? How do I sidestep being defined by my diagnosis? What resources are available that can help me move forward?


Since the road to healing is not linear, and is different for each person, our program is organized in a series of four 2-hour workshops, focusing on key aspects of this journey. The program is as follows:

CLICK THE PHOTOS BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION ON EACH SESSION.

Guided Imagery  - 9/16 -  Learn More

Guided Imagery - 9/16 - Learn More

Breathwork  - 9/30 -  Learn More

Breathwork - 9/30 - Learn More

Soul Collage  - 9/23 -  Learn More

Soul Collage - 9/23 - Learn More

Connections  - 10/14 -  Learn More

Connections - 10/14 - Learn More

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School of Celtic Consciousness
Oct
29
to Oct 30

School of Celtic Consciousness

Grace Episcopal Church

John Philip Newell will bring his School of Celtic Consciousness to Grace Episcopal Church in Kilmarnock October 29-31. If you've attended the monthly Celtic service here at Grace or at other churches, you will find this three-day workshop an opportunity to explore more deeply, the traditions of Celtic Christianity.

To learn more about this workshop and to register, visit: www.heartbeatjourney.org


Registration is now open. Enrollment is limited.

If you have questions, please email Deb Lockhart, deblockhart@icloud.com.


Grace Episcopal Church

303 South Main Street ~ P.O. Box 1059
Kilmarnock, Virginia 22482
Church Office 804-435-1285
M-F 9am to 4pm

The Rev. Kimberly B. Glenn, Rector
The Rev. Pilar Parnell, Associate Rector
Ms. Candie Newman, Parish Administrator
Mrs. Agnes L. French, Music Director
Mrs. Patti Taylor, Organist
Mr. Marvin Davenport, Parish Sexton

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Guided Imagery - Project Self Care
Sep
16
10:00 AM10:00

Guided Imagery - Project Self Care

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Guided Imagery

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16TH, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

THE BAY CENTER 31 NOBLETT LANE, KILMARNOCK

Jane Cuter, Ph.D. Social Worker, will take us in an exploration of our emotions as we face these difficult challenges.

Everyone's experience coping with a health crisis is unique. One's imagination can be both a best friend and a worst nightmare. In this session we will use guided imagery and music to direct one's imagination to help reduce stress and increase feelings of well-being.

Jane has studied with Belleruth Naparstek in the use of guided imagery and music to help people reduce depression, stress and anxiety, and increase feelings of well-being. In this session you will be led to use your own imagination to engage the power of your mind, body and spirit to help you reach inner resources that are deeper than conscious thinking. This experiential exercise is a safe and powerful healing tool. (Naparstek's web site provides many self-help audios: https://www.healthjourneys.com/guided-imagery-101 that you can use in the privacy of your own home.)

Jane Park Cutler, PhD in Social Work with over 30 years of clinical experience in agencies, private practice and graduate education.


Project Self Care

A SERIES OF WORKSHOPS TO SUPPORT HEALING

NAVIGATING LIFE-THREATENING ILLNESS

Mondays 10am - 12pm | September 16 - October 14

Pre-registration is required. Donations are appreciated.

At the Bay Center, we understand that challenging medical diagnoses eventually touch every family. In alignment with our mission, we are offering an opportunity in a small group setting to explore our journey to healing, learn from each other’s experience and reflect on the path that works for each of us, as patients or caregivers. Our goal is to enhance connection and social support, which have been proven to be very important in coping as we digest news of our own or a loved one illness.

Our offering may be right for you if you have questions, such as: How do I keep it together as I or a loved one is facing the challenges of a life-altering medical diagnosis? How do I keep a positive mindset that supports the recovery plan? How do I support my love ones as they travel through their healing journey? How do I sidestep being defined by my diagnosis? What resources are available that can help me move forward?


Since the road to healing is not linear, and is different for each person, our program is organized in a series of four 2-hour workshops, focusing on key aspects of this journey. The program is as follows:

CLICK THE PHOTOS BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION ON EACH SESSION.

Guided Imagery  - 9/16 -  Learn More

Guided Imagery - 9/16 - Learn More

Breathwork  - 9/30 -  Learn More

Breathwork - 9/30 - Learn More

Soul Collage  - 9/23 -  Learn More

Soul Collage - 9/23 - Learn More

Connections  - 10/14 -  Learn More

Connections - 10/14 - Learn More

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Navigating Ethical Dilemmas and Conflict
Sep
4
5:00 PM17:00

Navigating Ethical Dilemmas and Conflict

Registration is now closed.

A workshop for professionals with Nicholas Setliff, PhD

**Must register by 5pm Monday, 9/2 — Space is limited!

When: Wednesday, September 4th, 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. (includes a bag supper)

Where: The Bay Center

Cost: $20

This two to two-and-a-half hour program will provide training on common approaches to ethical reasoning commonly found among groups of people. This workshop will be especially valuable for clergy, medical personnel, and mental health professionals who often work with people from various cultural backgrounds. Participants will have the opportunity to discover their own approach to ethical reasoning, and to learn the reasoning and methodologies of others. Participants will learn and practice structured approaches to ethical decision making, in order to provide resolution and opportunities to reach consensus.

Bon Secours Memorial College of Nursing is approved with distinction as a provider of continuing nursing education by the Virginia Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

Supported by a grant from The Robert B. Lantz Foundation

Nick Setliff, Ph.D. and certified Healthcare Ethics Consultant with the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, is a Mission Leader and the Director of Mission for Bon Secours St. Francis Medical Center and Rappahannock General Hospital. He is also an ethicist for the Bon Secours Richmond Health System. Nick lives in Ashland with his wife, Maura, 2 children, and 3 dogs.

Register Here:



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Carl Jung Workshop
Aug
24
9:00 AM09:00

Carl Jung Workshop

Carl Jung

This program is full. Click here to join the waiting list.


The Bay Center is sponsoring a 3-hour workshop, led by Carol Jacobs, MSW, LCSW, that will provide an opportunity to explore and lightly step into the world of Carl Jung's theories.  Through teaching, dialogue, journaling and gentle body awareness, participants will have a window for opening into a deeper sense of their own inner world.  Jung's work will be the guiding focus for our explorations and understandings.  

Jung said, "Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart."

Please bring a journal or writing material and feel free to dress comfortably.


Carol Jacobs is a Jungian-oriented psychotherapist in the Richmond, VA area. With more than 30 years of experience and training, Carol's workshops and retreats create access to the connections between mind, body, soul, and spirit.

WHEN: Saturday, August 24, 2019
TIME: 9:00 am to Noon
COST: $30 (includes a continental breakfast)

This program is full. Click here to join the waiting list.

WHERE: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Rappahannock
366 James Wharf Road,
White Stone, Virginia

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Breathwork Under the Stars
Jul
12
6:00 PM18:00

Breathwork Under the Stars

Breathwork Under the Stars

Join us in an evening UNDER THE STARS to experience the magic of Breathwork. This will be an opportunity to heal and awaken the wisdoms of present moment awareness. Breathwork is proven to relieve stress, eliminate pain, alter emotional energies, induce happiness and create freedom.

Enjoy the refreshing wisdom of feeling, breathing, and relaxing as we breathe into the evening to heal, awaken and SHINE. This special evening will be held on the Bay Center lawn.

The Bay Center, 31 Noblett Lane, Kilmarnock, VA 
Corner of Irvington Rd and Noblett Lane

Cost: $30 (partial donation to the Bay Center)

Click here to register!

Join the conversation over in the Facebook Event.

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Caring & Connecting With Our Community
Jun
27
6:00 PM18:00

Caring & Connecting With Our Community

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CARING AND CONNECTING WITH OUR COMMUNITY


An Evening With…
Craig Swainey, MD and Pamela Harrington, RN, BSN


We no longer need to make the long drive to Richmond for chemotherapy or other short-term or long-term infusion therapies. Now we can receive the best in medical treatment and supportive care right here in our own back yard.

The Northern Neck is fortunate to have the new Bon Secours Cancer Institute at RGH in Kilmarnock. Join us for a delightful and informative evening with Dr. Swainey, the new Oncologist, and Pam Harrington, Nurse Manager for the Outpatient Infusion Center.

WHEN: Thursday, June 27th
WHERE: 31 Noblett Lane, Kilmarnock, VA 22482
TIME: 6:00pm-7:30pm
 
A wine and cheese reception will follow the presentations.

Donations are encouraged and go towards the continued work of the Bay Center for Spiritual Development. We look forward to seeing and connecting with you!

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Helpers and Healers
May
10
5:30 PM17:30

Helpers and Healers

You are cordially invited to the 12th Annual Helpers and Healers Gathering – May 10, 2019

Gather on the lawn of the Bay Center to meet and mingle with other helpers and healers in your community- those who provide healthcare, psychological, legal and complementary services in the Northern Neck.

WHEN: Friday, May 10, 2019, 5:00 to 7:00 PM

WHERE: The Bay Center, 31 Noblett Lane, Kilmarnock, VA 
Corner of Irvington Rd and Noblett Lane

RSVP: info@bayspiritualdevelopment.com info@baycenterva.com

PLEASE BRING: A Lawn chair and Business cards

Please share this invitation with others you know who might be interested. In the event of rain, we will move inside. A minimum donation of $10.00 is encouraged to help the work of the Bay Center.

The Bay Center at 31 Noblett Lane in Kilmarnock is hosting their 12th Annual “Helpers and Healers Gathering” on Friday, May 10 from 5:00-7:00. This gathering is for members of our community to meet and mingle with others who hold common interests and clientele – those who provide healthcare, psychological, clerical, legal, and complementary services in the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula. Complementary services include a wide range of caregivers, hospice volunteers, first responders, massage therapists, physical therapists, pharmacists, school counselors, youth leaders, food bank volunteers, etc. (MORE)

Diana Jamison, chair of the Helpers and Healers Gathering committee, board member at The Bay Center and a psychotherapist in practice in Kilmarnock, Jamison says, “The Bay Center anticipates a lawn full of “Helpers and Healers” who will meet and develop contacts and a network within our community for their well-being and that of their neighbors. The Bay Center believes this type of collaboration increases community spirit and promotes their mission of offering hospitality.”

As Diana and the planning committee agreed, “a gathering such as this enhances the outcome of referrals and builds our community by bringing together all those “Helpers and Healers” who offer so many diverse types of services.”

Those who come are asked to bring a lawn chair and business cards to share. Refreshments are provided.

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An Evening with Suzanne Best
Apr
24
6:00 PM18:00

An Evening with Suzanne Best

An Evening with . . . Suzanne M. Best

Tenets of Yoga: Living a Yogic Life

Suzanne M. Best, IAYT-certified yoga therapist, will present a Yoga philosophy primer on Wednesday, April 24 as part of the Bay Center for Spirituality’s Evening With . . . series. Although the word “yoga” conjures visions of humans twisted into various pretzel shapes, Yoga has more to offer than wearing comfortable yoga togs and performing physical postures. Raja Yoga is considered the science of the mind. Suzanne will concentrate the presentation on concepts of Raja Yoga as derived from the yogic texts The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali and the Bhagavad Gita.

Suzanne will explore these ancient guidelines and offer some translation to a modern day life. Bring pen and paper for notes and self-study exercises during the lecture.

Suzanne is an International Association of Yoga Therapists certified yoga therapist, Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500®, Yoga Alliance Certified Education Provider, AFAA certified personal trainer, AFAA certified group exercise instructor, and president of Santosa Studio LLC in Kilmarnock.

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Arbonne Fundraiser
Apr
11
4:30 PM16:30

Arbonne Fundraiser

MARK YOUR CALENDAR! FUNDRAISING EVENT!! 


WHERE: THE BAY CENTER @ 31 NOBLETT LANE, KILMARNOCK, VA 22482
TIME: 4:30pm-6:30pm
WHEN: APRIL 9th & APRIL 11th

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Whitney Lang, Bay Center Board and Arbonne Independent Consultant, is hosting a fundraiser for The Bay Center for Spiritual Development. She will be donating 100% of the proceeds from product sales to The Bay Center. 

Arbonne is healthy living, inside and out. They are a lifestyle company with products ranging from nutrition and wellness to skincare to makeup and bath and body. 

From the beginning, Arbonne has developed pure products with botanically based ingredients in scientifically tested formulas. They combine the best of science and nature to produce formulas that deliver incredible results.Member 

Being Certified Arbonne Clean™ begins with the ingredients that they use, taking the best from nature, and embracing the idea that healthy living starts from the inside out — what they choose to include in a product is just as important as what we choose to put on our skin or in our bodies. They choose carefully, so you can feel safe in the knowledge that they've done the research.

The advantage of Arbonne products is in our promise to deliver a holistic approach to healthy living, inside and out, with cleaner formulas for better skincare results and plant-powered nutrition.

Whitney will be hosting two in-person events at The Bay Center so you can try before you buy. Mark your calendar for Tuesday, April 9th and Thursday, April 11th. Both events will be from 4:30pm-6:30pm. 

If you don't want to wait, you can purchase right now from her online shop! Visit whitneylang.arbonne.com to shop now. Be sure to select The Bay Center for Spiritual Development as your host when you check out. 

(If you're interested in becoming a Preferred Client, which means you'll receive special offers and 20-40% off all of your orders, you may register here: https://www.arbonne.com/pws/WhitneyLang/tabs/register.aspx)

Contact Whitney directly with any questions. whitney@whitneylang.com or 804.577.7637

*Whitney invites you to host an Arbonne event with your friends to benefit the Bay Center! Schedule an event in the month of April and all proceeds will be donated to the Bay Center. Let's grow this fundraiser and get safer products into the hands of our loved ones!

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An Evening With Hal White
Apr
2
6:00 PM18:00

An Evening With Hal White

Creative Aging in the Last Third of Life

As we face into the last third of our lives, most have opportunities to be creative about how we face what is often called "the golden years." I think we have choices as we move along, choices which can enlighten and enliven.

So come and share with others the touchstones that have given purpose, meaning and joy to you as you move through the last third of your life. Some of those touchstones which have enriched my life have been support groups, spirituality, volunteer opportunites, friendships, gratitude, and generosity and our attitude. What has been significant in your life?

Hal White, married 59 years, parent and grandparent, licensed therapist and retired priest and lover of life.

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Spring Equinox Labyrinth Walk
Mar
20
12:00 PM12:00

Spring Equinox Labyrinth Walk

YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO JOIN US FOR A NOON LABYRINTH WALK TO CELEBRATE THE SPRING EQUINOX!

When: March 20th

Time: 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.

WHERE:

31 Noblett Ln., Kilmarnock, VA 22482

Come meet us outside at the labyrinth. We will be keeping an eye on the weather and update you with any changes to the event as time gets closer.

A fire pit and good company will be provided!

PLEASE BRING: A lawn chair and your own lunch! Donations are encouraged to help the work of the Bay Center.

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