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  • Puget Sound Correspondence Society at Lauda

    We're thrilled to host the Puget Sound Correspondence Society's first in-person meetup since February 2020! 

    Learn more and register here

  • Singing Bowl Sound Bath

    Led by Travis Holp

    Saturday September 10th, 2022. 10 - 11am, in the classroom at Lauda

    A relaxing sound bath and meditation led by Travis, perfect for releasing any resistance and stress. In this guided exercise, we will release any limiting beliefs, thoughts, or feelings and welcome loving energy to assist with personal growth. Using crystal singing bowls, Travis will immerse your physical and energetic body with high vibrational sound and frequency. This meditative experience will allow you to open yourself up energetically to transformation, healing, and abundance. After the sound bath, you will complete a guided journal exercise and we will discuss the experience as a group. 

    Please bring a yoga mat or blanket to lie on.

    Price of class includes a mini notebook and pen from Lauda.

    Click here to learn more and register

  • Write Here: journaling for self care

    Led by Liz Lamoreux

    Write Here is coming back! We loved this writing group so much, we're bringing it back, to stay. We'll be meeting every Thursday morning on an ongoing basis. The first meeting will be September 8th.

    Bring some paper, a favorite pen or two, and your open-hearted, curious, brave self. Liz will lead us through a check-in, a short writing exercise or two, and then a longer free writing exercise. Each week the prompts and shared writing ideas and inspiration will be different, yet the series will feel like a cohesive experience.

    The participants in our June series shared incredibly positive feedback, and I personally found this group so helpful to give my stalled journaling practice a much-needed jumpstart. 

    We hope you'll join us!

    Click here to learn more and register

  • Lauda's scissors - a family story

    When my mom asked if I wanted a nondescript little carpet bag, I said no.

    "Does it make a difference if it was Lauda's knitting bag?" she asked.

    Um, yeah.

    My great grandmother Lauda died before I was born. I never met her, but she was all around us...