Welcome to Wild Blue Heron Center
(434) 295-0635

About Us

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Nature-based programs, transformative events, private and group session psychotherapy, courses, workshops, bodywork, and retreats

Nature-based programs

Strengthening connections to nature

Transformative events

Community building and healing

Ongoing Group: EARTH CIRCLE - Journey Through Nature

This small group centers on an aspect of nature every two weeks. We will explore how this particular aspect of nature reflects Spirit's action in one's particular life journey. We will connect with the healing of Spirit, and the gift of Spirit's nature-based teachings of change, abundance, limits, and potential.

Limited to 6 participants. Non-denominational. Donations only. Group begins on Saturday, August 11th at 11:00 AM for one hour. Group will meet every other Saturday at the same time. Refreshments will be served. Interested participants: Contact Victoria Moore at (434) 295-0635 to register.

Upcoming Series: WISDOM CIRCLES

  

WISDOM CIRCLES, a monthly open gathering (first Sunday 5:00 – 6:30 PM)

Participants are invited to share ideas and discuss issues of concern 

in an inclusive, compassionate, life-affirming community.

Guest speakers: TBA

Free Event. 


Beginning in October on the first Sunday of each month 5:00 – 6:30 PM, Wild Blue Heron Center will offer WISDOM CIRCLES. This community-building series will focus on cooperation, inclusion, and justice. 

To encourage growth and creativity, each gathering will begin with a brief (15 minute) presentation by a rotating roster of guides, leaders, and teachers as the focal point for discussion; after which, an open forum conversation begins as participants share a simple “pot luck” style meal. (bring dish to share)

Open Enrollment

"THRIVING IN YOUR THIRD ACT: Women Finding Fire and Fulfillment After 50"

The life experiences you've navigated, the paths you've pioneered, the work you've done in the world, is only the beginning - a launch pad into an inspiring "third act", where you give and receive in equal parts, enriching the lives of others and making a difference in everything you do. You will be inspired to walk freshly in new ways, both for yourself and for others.



"GRIEF, LOSS, AND AUTHENTICITY"

You will explore the interwoven bond between grief and gratitude, sorrow, and intimacy. The use of art, poetry, and writing will expand your connections and understandings. You will also create tactile forms of honoring your ancestors and loved ones. These tools, as well as ceremony, will aid in the transformation of grief, allowing you to live and love more fully.



"THE ELDER/SAGE as TRANSFORMER of SELF and SOCIETY"

As you  embrace a future filled with exciting new opportunities for personal growth, you will become a sage, an active and responsible elder, whose efforts help heal the family, the community, and the planet. A sage is the important role of wisdom keeper and guide - the crowning achievement of a lifetime. A time of life embraced with dignity, grace, wisdom, and unlimited generativity.


"STORYTELLING and MYTHOLOGY"

You will learn to fully own your own stories as you move into your present and future with courage and authenticity. You will be invited to open the covers of your life, to find the marvels inside. You will explore your life as an ongoing narrative, discovering the personal mythologies unconsciously lived, break free of them, and consciously create your own personal future. You will become artful in the way of the inner landscape, learning to help yourself and others reach expanded potential through your ideas, aspirations, and wishes. You will connect more deeply with yourself and others, getting to the core of who you are, embracing yourself, and trusting in your wholeness.


Each group will consist of eight sessions. The number of participants per group will be capped at eight. The fee for each session will be $25 for each 90 minute session. Walking the trails and the river, as well as art, poetry, writing, and ceremony will sometimes be incorporated in the group process.


THE WILD BLUE HERON CENTER IS A SMALL PLACE, BUT IT IS DEEP AND POWERFUL. 

IT IS LYRICAL AND SHIMMERING. IT IS MAGICAL. COME JOIN US!

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Victoria A. Moore, LPC - Founder and Executive Director

By appointment only

T.K. Manwill - Event Director

Wild Blue Heron Center

4645 Diggs Mill Ln, North Garden, Virginia 22959, United States

(434) 295-0635