Wisdom Circles

A Mindful Therapeutic Group Course


The Wisdom Circles are mindfulness group therapy to help you transform your depression, anxiety, and ADHD into embodied mental emotional health.

Join a Wisdom Circle with nina be.


This mindfulness group therapy course will strengthen your mental emotional health with yoga, breathing, meditation, expressive writing, and compassionate conversation.


We welcome you as you are with this
trauma-informed approach.


hi, I'm nina be



There is nothing, and I mean NOTHING, sick or bad or broken about you.

We call the process of transforming trauma into TRUTH, "taming dragons,"
so that we can live mindfully.


What Participants Say...



“The approach was brilliant & transformative.” -Jacqueline Rodriquez 



“I joined to find some ease in my body & mind.” -J Dupuis



“I’m enthused about being good to myself.” -Ananda

Testimonial

The Wisdom Circle Method developed & facilitated by nina be is so profoundly powerful that it was studied by researchers at

Duke University.

Why We Gather


We gather in Wisdom Circle cohorts to collectively witness & experience opportunities & invitations for our trauma to transform.

By learning together to be with the feelings, experiences & embodiment we have access to be in the present moment,
we find our Wisdom.

Come Gather With Us

We want you to have the support when you need it.


We have found through research, that women have most benefited from attending monthly Wisdom Circles consistently throughout the year.

Upcoming Wisdom Circles

with nina be


The Wisdom Circle National Tour w/ Friends


July 23-Aug 24 2022

NC, VA, KY, IL, WY, SD, WI, MI, NY, RI, PA.


When women are better, the world is better.


Welcoming you to join us this Summer at one of the following locations...

June 25th at Exault Studio in Southern Pines 2 - 4 pm

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July 23rd at Yoga Patch in Kansas City 2 pm & 6 pm CST

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August 8th at The Light Hearted Yogi in Rapid City, SD

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August 11th at 612 Yoga Studio in Minneapolis, MN

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August 13th at The Warehouse in Eagle River, WI




MORE LOCATIONS TBA




Sunday Live Online Group Course



2022 start dates::

Sept 11, 2022 - 7-week group

Nov 6, 2022 - 4-week group


7-week course

September 11, 18, 25 & October 2, 9, 16, 23

Sunday Nights 6-8pm (EST)


This mindfulness group therapy course is an in-depth exploration of mental emotional health with yoga, breathing, meditation, expressive writing, and compassionate conversation. We welcome you as you are with this trauma-informed approach.

$350


For female-identifying persons.

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The Wisdom Circle Method


The Wisdom Circle Method developed & facilitated by nina be and has been studied by researchers at Duke University for its power to transform trauma. It draws on a wide range of ancient wisdom and modern knowledge.


  • Each Wisdom Circle begins with paying attention to the simple act of breathing into the body, as an introduction to feeling more alive, as stress is relieved. (MindBody Centering Yoga)


  • We then, rest together and notice feeling each part of the body, with respect and curiosity, in order to to reduce emotional reactivity and increase self-regulation. (Yoga Nidra)


  • As we slowly move, the body is invited to feel more comfort and calm for self regulation and health. (Polyvagal Theory)


  • The core relationship for our lives is with our bodies. When we understand the body better, how it grows and expresses, we understand how we are really doing in the world, moment to moment. This is embodiment. (Body Mind Centering)


  • As we develop a sense of Self, we can move into relationships with others, with knowledge of our tendencies of reactivity, which may be rooted in patterns of behavior from generations of familial, cultural, societal and spiritual practices. (Humanism/Family Systems)


  • The central portion of the session explores our expressive writing to strengthen each person’s voice and positive identity. (Expressive Writing)


  • We find that shifting into a more positive narrative and self talk can relieve the pressure of hopelessness, positive aspects of the human experience that make life worth living. (Positive Psychology)


  • Trauma happens on a spectrum, so waves of intensity ebb and flow. As we learn to tend to moment-to-moment conditions, we feel less abandoned and more supported, hence trusting ourselves. (C- PTSD research from Van de Kolk @ Trauma Institute)


  • Each Wisdom Circle Gathering ends with using a powerful mind-body-heart affirmation for processing where we are, where we may go and our commitment to stay with ourselves through it all. (EFT)