Have you ever wondered why you click with some people and clash with others? For those who seek to understand themselves more deeply,
the Enneagram (pronounced “any-a-gram”) provides valuable clues to the “why’s” of our similarities and differences.
In this workshop we will explore each of the nine personality types; each has its own mental and emotional preoccupations,
its own talents and abilities, and its own characteristic world view which can be identified by specific patterns of thinking, feeling and acting.
No one of the types is any better or worse than the other.
In our time together you will experience discussion, lecture,
visualizations and videos, all designed to provide an experience of how to work with your own special gifts and limitations
in your personal journey toward wholeness. Understanding diversity is vital in our world. Since the world looks very different to
each of the nine types, the study of the Enneagram enables us to experience and appreciate this diversity at ever deeper levels.
Our relationships take on new meaning and we are enriched! The Enneagram is being embraced by therapists, businesses, churches,
schools, as well as individuals.
Workshops at The Center
Level One: September 30, 2017
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Level Two: October 7, 2017
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Deadline for registration is September 23, 2017
You are invited to register for just the Level One class ( $50) or just the Level Two class( $50) or both Saturdays for $75.
Bring your own lunch, beverages provided
The text book recommended is: The Wisdom of the Enneagram by Russ Hudson and Don Riso. You may purchase the book on Amazon for about $15.
If you know someone who has taken the class you may borrow their book.
Lou has been teaching the Enneagram for 18 years, she has been certified by Enneagram teacher Jerome Wagner through Loyola University, Chicago, IL.
To register: email
or call (715) 456-3695