I don’t know about you, but I have a habit of jam-packing my December.

There are so many people I want to see, especially when they’re in town for holidays.

And all that goodness can get me feeling like I need some space for myself.  Maybe you too?

We have some great December opportunities to take a little breather, re-set your vision for the new season of Winter, and remember your Wholeness.

45-minute Healing Touch Appointments
this Tues, Dec 6 at 5:30 & 6:30pm ET
$20 donation requested
791 E McMillan St, Cincinnati 45206
RSVP: claim your spot by replying to this email!

our special annual Winter Solstice journaling
Wed, Dec 21 at 6:30pm ET
offered by donation – pay-what-you-can $10
via Zoom, cozy pajamas welcome
led by Penny Costilla – our 12th year!
RSVP: reply to this email to get the link!

toasting Cooper Simmons’ new book
this Sun, Dec 4 from 3 – 5pm ET, toast at 4pm
RSVP appreciated – free event
all of our books will be available including some first editions on sale
791 E McMillan St, Cincinnati 45206
plenty of free parking in the lot attached to the building
between our building and Fireside Pizza/Copelen St 

join a drop-in class
throughout December…check out our schedule
especially since we take some time for ourselves too
with a smaller December schedule
(for instance, no Tues Bones for Life classes)
RSVP: reply to this email to get signed up!

What space will you create in your life so that you can appreciate the goodness of life, the goodness of simply breathing the ever-dependable breeze that gives us an abundance of life without our usually even noticing?  Abundance!

Brian Shircliff

left image from a recent apple gleaning hosted by VITALITY-friend Sue Plummer…loving the open space, and the apples were delicious too…500 pounds for families in our city…right image of poet and artist Cooper Simmons holding his new book Now Is Love