Your Heart, Your Name, Your Prayer

The Deane Center, Main St., Wellsboro, PA

A Women’s’ Inner Discovery Workshop Led by  Jenny Garrison RN & Judith Sornberger PhD  Join us Saturday, October 24, from 9:30-4:30 at the Deane Center in Wellsboro, PA.  Do you remember who you are? Not the roles you play—not your job, not whose spouse, parent, or child you are. But YOU, your deepest, most precious self. In this experiential workshop, you will explore your true path through guided imagery, playful exploration of your name, poetry, movement, writing, and sharing with others in a safe, encouraging environment.  Bring your business cards, brochures, publications, and handcrafted items to share and sell! PRE-REGISTER by OCT. 20  ($70) Or pay at the door ($80) Inquiries? call 570-439-2951 or 570-724-5429 Register directly at the Deane Center (570-724-6220) or mail checks to: Jenny Garrison 451    Copp Hollow Rd. Wellsboro PA 16901 or Judith Sornberger     242 Route 660 Wellsboro, PA  16901 Judith Sornberger is the author of six collections of poetry and the prose memoir The Accidental Pilgrim: Finding God and His Mother in Tuscany. While teaching writing in prisons, she discovered the freeing powers of the written word. Judith is professor emeritus of Mansfield University where she taught creative writing and created the Women's Studies Program. "Women and Spirituality," a class she team taught, was a favorite of students of all ages, opening up new ways for perceiving and engaging the spiritual in their lives. Jenny Garrison teaches yoga and imagery as a way to deepen individual experience of the inner world. She holds certifications with The Academy for Guided imagery and The International Institute for Visualization Research. She is author of the landmark guide for inner journeying Imagery In You: Mining for Treasure in your Inner World and the audio CD Gentle Yoga with Jenny Garrison. Jenny believes everyone can draw strength and wisdom from their inner world, and dedicates her work to helping others find their way home to their inner world through the practice of engaging sacred imagination.