Dancing with the Wind: Cultivating Resilience and Flexibility as we Navigate Challenging Times

Using the strength and resilience of trees as a metaphor, our facilitator, Diane Sue, will guide us through practices and conversations that encourage each of us to find and celebrate our inner resources – the gifts that allow us to develop the psychological, physical, and spiritual flexibility to flow and grow with the changing times.

Like the mycelium-connected trees flourishing in the wild, we will explore the supportive influence of connections within our families, neighborhoods, and communities. 

Participants will be able to explore these concepts within a sacred circle of trust using partner and group discussion, contemplative practices, journaling, and participation in a co-creative circle of rhythm. If the weather allows, we will spend some of our time outside on Stillpoint’s 5 acres. Please dress for being outdoors.


Date and Time: Saturday, November 05, 2022, 9:00 am – 1:00pm
Location:  The Sanctuary at Stillpoint at 1625 Huntley Road, Bellingham, WA.
Facilitator: Diane M. Sue, Ph.D. – Diane is an experienced workshop facilitator, has a background in education and psychology, and is the author of Remarkable Resilience: The Life and Legacy of Noemi Ban Beyond the Holocaust.
Free parking Look for signs marking the entrance to the parking area.
Registration Fee: $35.00 or what life circumstances allow. (see payment options below)

What to Bring

Your choice for journaling and weather-appropriate clothing. 

Please Register

Registration is required. See below.


Contact Denise Plaisier at dplaisier@msn.com

Please note:
The first step is to register.

    2. Pay your registration fee here via PayPal or bring a check with you to the event. Checks can also be received by mail in advance of the event. Please mail the check payable to Stillpoint.Mail to:
    Stillpoint at Beckside
    1625 Huntley Road, Bellingham, Washington, 98225