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Winter Your Guide

 

Vinyasa Flow Yoga
March 5, 5:30–6:45p

Creating a Beautiful Cover for Your Art
March 5, 6:00–8:00p

Therapeutic Yoga
March 6, 10:00–11:00a

Yoga for Girls
March 7, 10:00–11:15a

Foam Rolling Relief
March 9, 10:30–11:30a

Bookwoman:
Orphan Train

March 11, 9:30–11:00a

Watercolor
Begins March 11 & 12

Nia Dancing
March 11, Noon–1:00p

EarthMatters
March 11, Noon–1:15p

Hatha Vinyasa/ Restorative Yoga
March 12, 9:30–10:45a

"Words & Pictures" Opening Reception
March 13, 5:30–7:00p

Encaustic Painting
March 14, 1:00–4:00p

 

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History

Dorothy Bock and Elaine Hirschenberger, members of the School Sisters of St. Francis, co-founded Womanspace in Rockford, Illinois, in 1975, and in 1977 Womanspace became a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. For 21 years, Womanspace leased its land and primary office building from the School Sisters of St. Francis. In 1992, Womanspace erected its second building, New Dimensions Studio adjacent to the original center. Womanspace purchased and acquired title to the property and both buildings in 1996, and now owns and stewards a beautiful 7-acre campus in northeast Rockford, Illinois. A volunteer Board of Directors in cooperation with the Executive Director governs the interfaith center. A Community Advisory Council and Consultants assist Womanspace with their specialized expertise.

 

Mission, Goals, Values

Connecting, empowering, creating and transforming our world — one woman at a time. Our goal is to offer programming that stimulates awareness, develops competency, encourages creativity, and generates healthy decision-making. We do this by providing environments of support that offer honesty, compassion, challenge, and spiritual growth. Womanspace works cooperatively with others, striving for collaborative partnerships in our endeavors.

 

Philosophy

Womanspace believes every woman is a spiritual being, having within her the potential for health, self-reliance, creativity, wisdom and responsible caring. By enhancing her potential, she enriches her own life, the life of her family, and the lives of other people with whom she relates. Through the strong, healthy, self-development of each individual, the world we live in is made a stronger, healthier, and more peaceful planet