What we're about

The Center for Well-Being focuses on the spiritual aspects of energy healing, and what it means to look inward to claim the peace and balance of who we are meant to be—an authentic spiritual being.

Ones’ highest priority is to be loving to oneself and to others, understanding that we are all one, consciously attempting to honor our oneness as we move toward wholeness. The essence of spirituality is the search to know our true selves, to discover the true nature of our consciousness.

We offer classes, private sessions and quarterly Spirit & Wellness Fairs.

Upcoming events (4)

Wake Up the Writer Within

301 Cottonwood Ave

$40.00

Explore or rediscover your love of writing! Join a group of supportive peers to spend time writing together, trying out new ideas, and getting feedback about your fiction, nonfiction, or poetry. This class, appropriate for the beginner as well as the experienced writer, will offer participants proven techniques to enhance creativity, opportunities to gain insights from each other, and time to write in a safe and nurturing environment. Any sharing of class writing is completely optional. Email for registration information: [masked] Facilitator Joanne Nelson’s ongoing writing practice focuses on creative nonfiction, essays, commentaries on craft, reviews, and the occasional poem. In addition, Joanne is certified by the McLean Meditation Institute as a meditation and mindfulness teacher. The classes, workshops, and retreats that she leads have a solid foundation in the skills and experiences she brings from these eclectic pursuits. Joanne lives in Hartland, Wisconsin where she develops and leads community programs, maintains a psychotherapy practice, and adjuncts. She holds an MFA from the Bennington Writing Seminars and an MSSW from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Wake Up the Writer Within

301 Cottonwood Ave

$40.00

Explore or rediscover your love of writing! Join a group of supportive peers to spend time writing together, trying out new ideas, and getting feedback about your fiction, nonfiction, or poetry. This class, appropriate for the beginner as well as the experienced writer, will offer participants proven techniques to enhance creativity, opportunities to gain insights from each other, and time to write in a safe and nurturing environment. Any sharing of class writing is completely optional. Email for registration information: [masked] Facilitator Joanne Nelson’s ongoing writing practice focuses on creative nonfiction, essays, commentaries on craft, reviews, and the occasional poem. In addition, Joanne is certified by the McLean Meditation Institute as a meditation and mindfulness teacher. The classes, workshops, and retreats that she leads have a solid foundation in the skills and experiences she brings from these eclectic pursuits. Joanne lives in Hartland, Wisconsin where she develops and leads community programs, maintains a psychotherapy practice, and adjuncts. She holds an MFA from the Bennington Writing Seminars and an MSSW from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Wake Up the Writer Within

301 Cottonwood Ave

$40.00

Explore or rediscover your love of writing! Join a group of supportive peers to spend time writing together, trying out new ideas, and getting feedback about your fiction, nonfiction, or poetry. This class, appropriate for the beginner as well as the experienced writer, will offer participants proven techniques to enhance creativity, opportunities to gain insights from each other, and time to write in a safe and nurturing environment. Any sharing of class writing is completely optional. Email for registration information: [masked] Facilitator Joanne Nelson’s ongoing writing practice focuses on creative nonfiction, essays, commentaries on craft, reviews, and the occasional poem. In addition, Joanne is certified by the McLean Meditation Institute as a meditation and mindfulness teacher. The classes, workshops, and retreats that she leads have a solid foundation in the skills and experiences she brings from these eclectic pursuits. Joanne lives in Hartland, Wisconsin where she develops and leads community programs, maintains a psychotherapy practice, and adjuncts. She holds an MFA from the Bennington Writing Seminars and an MSSW from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Wake Up the Writer Within

301 Cottonwood Ave

$40.00

Explore or rediscover your love of writing! Join a group of supportive peers to spend time writing together, trying out new ideas, and getting feedback about your fiction, nonfiction, or poetry. This class, appropriate for the beginner as well as the experienced writer, will offer participants proven techniques to enhance creativity, opportunities to gain insights from each other, and time to write in a safe and nurturing environment. Any sharing of class writing is completely optional. Email for registration information: [masked] Facilitator Joanne Nelson’s ongoing writing practice focuses on creative nonfiction, essays, commentaries on craft, reviews, and the occasional poem. In addition, Joanne is certified by the McLean Meditation Institute as a meditation and mindfulness teacher. The classes, workshops, and retreats that she leads have a solid foundation in the skills and experiences she brings from these eclectic pursuits. Joanne lives in Hartland, Wisconsin where she develops and leads community programs, maintains a psychotherapy practice, and adjuncts. She holds an MFA from the Bennington Writing Seminars and an MSSW from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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New & Full Moon Manifesting Mastery Class

Center for Well-Being Lake Country, LLC

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