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4th Friday of the Month, 12:00 - 1:30PM
January 22 | February 26 | March 26 | April 23 | May 21* | June 25

Wellness Circle for BIPOC Creatives is an affinity space for connection and empowerment for those who identify as American Indian, Black, Indigenous, or People of Color (BIPOC).

Together, we will affirm our experiences within predominantly white institutions (PWIs), as we explore and learn together with open hearts. BIPOC held and led. All genders are welcome.

*3rd Friday of May due to Memorial Day holiday



Sheba Aaberg, Ed.D. began Wellnests (wellness for people, places, and spaces) to formalize her lifework as an Intuitive Healer, Feng Shui Consultant, and Wellness Educator. She embodies the principles of an empathic, heart centered, teen mentor, family advocate, and LGBTQIA+ ally. Her cordial nature allows her to build good rapport and develop great relationships within the communities that she serves. Sheba is a qualified educator with over twenty-five years of varied instructional experience, and she is committed to bringing her holistic, wellness lens to every endeavor.

Most recently, Sheba has been at the forefront of Organizational Wellness by introducing Trauma Informed Practices and Mindfulness Training to the Teaching Artists and Education department at SF Jazz.  Here she worked with Mindfulness Trainer and Wellness Consultant, Lance McGee to prepare Teaching Artists for the classrooms.

She holds both a Master of Arts and a Doctorate of Education, in Educational Leadership; specializing in Adolescent Development and Interventions, from Mills College in Oakland.  Sheba received her Bachelor of Arts from the California State University at Long Beach, where she double majored in Political Science and Black Studies.