The following events are happening in and around town….

Heart to Lead – A 6-week Feminine Leadership Circle
Seaside Center for Spiritual Living
1613 Lake Drive
Encinitas, CA 92024

February 3, 10, 17, 24, and March 2 & 9
630p – 9p (PST)
Fee: $80 (includes all days & materials)

“A new and growing sisterhood of women are awakening to their power to transform the world.” Kalli Holmes Sorensen
A powerful and transformational feminine leadership circle that will be meeting on Mondays. Classes will be held at Seaside Center, Encinitas, in the Rose Room. Check out this link for more information and to register.

Healthy Gut, Healthy Body, Healthy Mind
Pomerado Outpatient Pavilion, Education Classroom

Wed, February 5th
6p – 730p (PST)

Join Dana Steindorf, LAc, DAOM, as she discusses the importance of digestion and a healthy GI system. Learn how to heal the gut and achieve better health through detoxification, immune health, hormone balance and mood regulation. Check out this link for more information and to register.

AriFit: Women’s Self-Defense Seminar
International Self Defense Center
2204 Sunset Cliffs Blvd, 2nd floor
San Diego, CA 92107

dates: various
fee: $29.59 – $45.36

AriFit Self Defense seminars are a two hour, hands-on, effective, combative training and strategies to stay safe and enhance your awareness – necessary for all levels of ability. Check out this link for more information & to register. 

Diabetes and Heart Disease
Palomar Health San Marcos, 2nd Floor Classroom

Thurs, February 13th
10a – 1130a (PST)

People with diabetes have a higher risk of developing cardiovascular disease and having a heart attack or stroke. Palomar Health experts will share how to care for your diabetes and lower your chances of heart disease. Check out this link for more information and to register.

FREEDOM TALKS: Monthly “Women, Addiction and Freedom” Gatherings
609 S. Vulcan Ave, Suite 101
Encinitas, CA 92024

Held the 4th Sunday of every month
330p – 530p (PST)

Are you a sister on the path of living free from addictions, obsessions or self sabotaging patterns? Do you want more sistership, spiritual connection and self care? This is open to any woman wanting more freedom, connection with yourself, your body and others and, of course, spiritual growth. ️Check out this link for more information.

Women Helping Others Advance (WHOA) group meeting
Hosted by: Walking Through Life As Women

Yoga Jai Ma
16769 Bernardo Center Dr.
Suite K15 (2nd Floor, across from Barrel Room)
San Diego, CA 92128

Sun, February 23rd
630p – 8p (PST)
fee: $20

Are you ready for our next meeting!! We started this women’s group to create an opportunity for women to connect with other women, face to face, and share their stories. When we are honest with ourselves and others, we are freed from the things that hold us back. Through our women’s group, we hope to create a path for women to express themselves, become empowered, and empower each other.

Joining us for this meeting will be Megan Fenyoe, LCSW. Megan is a veteran, licensed mental health therapist, best selling author & speaker, a tv and podcast host, and founder of the I Am Enough movement. She brings a wealth of experience, knowledge and her own story of how she got to where she is today. We will be raffling off Megan’s book, “You Are Enough”. So, make sure to sign up and join us for a powerful evening. Space is limited.  Check out this link for more information and to register.

Diabetes and Nutrition

Pomerado Outpatient Pavilion, Education Classroom

Tues, March 3rd

6p – 730p (PST)

Janice Baker, RD, CDE, will discuss the latest on managing diabetes, reducing risks of diabetes-related complications and healthy food choices. Check out this link for more information and to sign up.

San Diego Women’s Week, March 16th – 20th

San Diego Women’s Week, celebrating 11 years of inspiring, empowering and connecting women with a week of leadership events for everyone of all ages and professions. Attendees enjoy networking, keynote speakers, panel discussions and more, all wrapped around creative solutions to everyday issues affecting women in the workplace and in their daily lives. Check out this link for more information and to register.

Alternative Treatments for Chronic Pain

Palomar Medical Center Poway, Conference Room C/D

Mon, March 30th

6p – 730p (PST)

Is chronic pain taking over your life and keeping you from doing things you enjoy? Anesthesiologist/Chronic Pain Specialist, Zachary Cohen, MD, will share non-surgical pain management techniques to help you live pain free while reducing the amount of  medications you take. Check out this link for more information and to sign up.

Cairn Leadership (Developing Business Leaders Through Outdoor Adventure)

If you’re looking for a new way to develop and build your leadership skills, check out Cairn Leadership. They help drive excellence for you and your team through challenges, outdoor adventures, and experiential learning. There are opportunities to test yourself, find your community and grow!