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WellnessConnect Events

Interested in learning about holistic approaches to wellness and healing? Public programs include wellness education and support on both an individual and community level. We people of all cultures, races, faiths, ages, gender identities, and manners of awesomeness to connect, learn about wellness modalities, support individual and community wellness, and have fun!

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UP-NEXT (Seattle's Eastside):

Tuesday, Sept 19, 6:30-8pm
Redmond Library: 15990 NE 85th Street
Free community event. Save Your Spot HERE

You belong. Whether you’ve lived somewhere your whole life or just recently arrived in your new home, a sense of belonging can be hard to come by. This sense of belonging isn’t just good for personal health and happiness; it’s critical for community health as well. How can we create a stronger sense of belonging for ourselves and others?

Join us for an evening of conversation exploring how to overcome challenges that can keep us isolated and even divided from one another. We hope to:
· Bring people together who may not normally get a chance to know each other
· Engage in meaningful conversation that honors our diverse perspectives
· Inspire small, but powerful actions that strengthen our sense of belonging and the health of our community

This event is sponsored by the Eastside Refugee and Immigrant Coalition (ERIC), the Wellness Professionals Network and the Redmond Library as part of Welcoming Week, a national celebration that brings together U.S. born residents, established immigrants, and newcomers to increase awareness and to build stronger unity across differences. Free event open to all ages. Registration recommended but not required.

Full calendar of Welcoming America Week events HERE

What We Have In Common: 3 Faith Traditions
Tues, Nov 28: 7-8:30pm
Redmond Library: 15990 NE 85th Street
Free community event. Save Your Spot HERE

A supportive community is vital to a healthy society. Community Matters gatherings are opportunities for people of all cultures, races, faiths, and gender identities to connect and converse about wellness and everything that entails; personal wellness, family wellness, and wellness in the world.

Join us for a conversation related to the lives and faith of three friends - a Muslim interfaith leader, a Christian Pastor, and a Jewish Rabbi. At a time of growing divisiveness and misinformation in our country, share in this opportunity to learn more about the commonalities of three faith traditions, and how they are driven by their faith toward good works, unity, and justice for all.

Interfaith Leaders:
Aneelah Afzali, Interfaith Leader, Director at Muslim Association of Puget Sound (MAPS)
Rev. Ellie VerGowe, Pastor at First Covenant Church
Rabbi Ruth A. Zlotnick, Senior Rabbi at Temple Beth Am

This event is sponsored by Wellness Professionals Network, Eastside Refugee and Immigrant Coalition, and the Redmond Library, in an effort to support community wellness and build stronger unity across differences.

All are welcome. Registration recommended but not required

Stay-tuned for additional Community Matters events or join our mailing list for program updates.

Move&Groove Community Dances
In the words of Hans Christian Andersen, “Where words fail, music speaks.”

Move&Groove Community Dances are an opportunity for people of all cultures, races, faiths, ages, and gender identities to dance with each other and support awesome community diversity. Bellydance, Bollywood, Bulgarian, Zumba, freestyle, and more. Join us!

Stay-tuned for our next event, request your own program, or join our mailing list here.

Sept 2017: For this year’s annual Welcoming America Week, the Wellness Professionals Network and Bellevue Y sponsored a free community dance to support community diversity, bridge communities, and connect new and long-time residents in a spirit of unity. Through the universal languages of music and movement, 100+ dancers strengthened connections and a sense of belonging, celebrated our richly diverse community, and had a great time dancing together!

April 28, 2017: We danced and raised over $1500 to support ERIC (Eastside Refugee and Immigrant Coalition) programs!

Relax & Renew

A mixed-modalities afternoon of necessary indulgences, including the modalities of your choice. (Our last event included Aromatherapy, MELT Method, Gyrotonic, and a Gong Sound Bath!)

Join our mailing list for program updates or contact Susan Creighton to schedule your own event!

SoulCollage for Community Wellness

Let’s foster community wellness with a fun and meaningful art activity! Join us for a friendly, creative summer afternoon. Meet new people and learn an art form you’ll be able to easily do on your own whenever you feel the urge to create.

We’ll gather together to identify internal resources to build the kind of community we want to live in. You’ll then leave with a visual representation and reminder of your gifts – gifts you can consciously draw upon to strengthen community and your connections with others.

Making SoulCollage® cards is a creative and intuitive practice. Using found images from magazines and an easy cut and paste process, you’ll create a unique collage card that supports your goals and desires. No prior experience necessary. (Note: We won’t be teaching the pure SoulCollage method originally created by Seena B. Frost, but we’ll use SoulCollage techniques.To learn more about Seena’s method and to view a sampling of SoulCollage images, visit www.soulcollage.com)


Debbie Lacy is a certified life coach, community facilitator, and Director of the Eastside Refugee and Immigrant Coalition. Debbie learned about SoulCollage from Noelle Remington, a certified SoulCollage facilitator, and has been incorporating SoulCollage techniques in her workshops for 15 years.

Susan Creighton is the Chief Inspiration Officer for our event sponsor, Wellness Professionals Network. WPN practitioners provides a network of support services from a wide range of wellness modalities. Members focus on creating, restoring and maintaining wellness through professional service and tools, cross-referrals to complementary practitioners, and public programs for education, outreach, and community connection.

Stay-tuned for our next SoulCollage event or join our mailing list for program updates.


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WPN offers opportunities for individual and community wellness, connection, sharing information, and fun, including:

  • Individual Private or Semi-Private Sessions
  • Corporate Lunch & Learns: Custom-tailored to your needs
  • Wellness Parties: Let's get it started!
  • Spa/Wellness Day: aaahh...
  • Interdisciplinary Focused Events (2 or more practitioners)
  • Group Private Events
  • Public Events. Our events are opportunities for community connection, sharing information, and fun, and we welcome people of all cultures, races, faiths, and gender identities to connect, learn about, and support individual and community wellness:

Workshops/Sampler Events:

WPN Workshops and Sampler Events feature local health and wellness experts who collaborate to bring you informative and fun programs.

Wellness Professionals Network Meetings:

WPN member practitioners meet regularly on Seattle’s Eastside. We welcome health and wellness practitioners to inquire about membership and attend their first meeting as our guest. Click here to inquire about membership.

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