Meeting on the 3rd Friday of the Month from 12:00 - 1:30PM
Sept. 17 | Oct. 15 | Nov. 19 | Dec. 17 | Jan. 21 | Feb. 18 | March 18 | April 15 | May 20 | June 17
Wellness Circle for BIPOC Creatives is a cultural affinity safe haven. Facilitators Sheba Aaberg and Toni Real offer trauma informed and healing centered community building for those who identify as American Indian, Black, Indigenous or other persons of color.
With open minds and open hearts, we are able to listen, share, and support each person’s individual growth, as we build upon the collective energy of the group. Please join us in the spirit of healing, friendship and community. This sacred wellness journey is BIPOC held and led. All genders are welcome.
Sheba Aaberg, Ed.D. is an Intuitive Healer and Health Educator who is committed to bringing her holistic, wellness lens to every endeavor. As a lifelong teen mentor and LGBTQIA+ family advocate, she holds over twenty-five years of varied instructional experience. Sheba is at the forefront of Personal and Organizational Wellness by introducing Trauma Informed Practices, Mindfulness Training, and Cultural Affinity Circles to Teachers, Artists and Community Based Organizations. Leading, listening, and holding space for healing is what she has been called to do. Her cordial nature allows her to build good rapport and develop great relationships within the communities that she serves.
Toni Real is an Author, Spoken Word Artist, Creative Director, Holistic Energy Healer and Personal Life Coach. She has over 15+ years of Administrative and Human Resources Management experience, along with a background in Psychology. Toni has combined her deep wisdom and spiritual gifts in order to help others navigate and heal their inter-generational traumas. Being a survivor of childhood abuse and family poverty has made her the empathic healer that she is today.
Toni teaches and practices wellness through self reflection, creative expression, and somatic healing. She often collaborates with other wellness practitioners, to produce podcasts, to host healing circles and to create artistic events - all centered around providing positive social support to anyone who asks for it.