Classes & Workshops

NEW!  Monthly Class – – Spiritual Mentoring for Self-Mastery 

The idea for this series of classes was born from the success of the Connection Class workshops that Kelly has been teaching over the past year.  Self-mastery is gained firstly through self-awareness and secondly through a disciplined practice.  The goal of these classes is to gain insight into the ways in which we limit ourselves through the thoughts we think, which leads to the words we use and the things we do, which quite often leads to outcomes we don’t actually desire!

Through discussion, group clearing using SRT and understanding how to use Releasing Statements to reprogram the subconscious mind, each participant will leave the monthly session with more clarity, lightness and a few more tools and techniques with which to develop their intuition, and ultimately, mastery over their human experience here on Earth.

Kelly is committed to creating and holding sacred space for healing and transformation each month.  When we gather as a group and focus our energies on a common goal, we accelerate and amplify the healing experience for all.

When each person consciously cultivates peace and harmony within themselves FIRST, everyone in their sphere of influence benefits as well.

The topic for the October class will is Gratitude. 

The class format will include:

Breath exercises to become centred and grounded. 

Intention setting.

Explanation of the class topic. 

Exploration of the topic. 

Clearing any blocks to the monthly topic of focus.

Practical and easy to use tools for implementing and integrating this concept. 

The class will always include time for Q & A; questions need not be related to the monthly topic.

Each participant will receive an SRT clearing at each class.  There absolutely will be healing and illumination that takes place during these classes.  Group energy will facilitate and accelerate greater healing and growth for each individual.

Please RSVP by email or text message (519-791-1973) 
*Payment must be made prior to start of class.  

DATES:  second Wednesday of every month

TIME:  7:00-8:30pm 

PLACE:  shō, art, spirit & performance, 628 Monmouth Road in Walkerville

COST:  $45 + HST ($50.85) per class OR prepay September – December for $160 + HST ($180.80)

You may attend a stand alone class; however, each class will build upon the teachings of the previous month.  You are encouraged to attend as many as you can in the series, which, hopefully, is all of them!


Monthly Yoga Sessions at Shō Spirit Art & Performance 

Tuesday & Thursday mornings from 7:30-8:30am

  • Drop in $20/class
  • 1 class/week = $60/month
  • 2 classes/week = $100/month
  • *fees are paid in full by the first class of the month, except for drop-in classes which are pay-as-you-go
  • **cash, cheque, etransfer, debit and credit card are accepted

Kelly hosts a FREE online meditation group weekday mornings from 5:30-6:00am.  Send Kelly an email request to join the group, and she will send you the Zoom link, you can attend from anywhere providing you have internet connection.


October 1st 2018 Kelly undertook the task of reading one complete volume of Canada’s Truth & Reconciliation Report (TRR) in one year’s time, as a way to do her part in giving voice to the truth regarding the atrocious experiences of Aboriginal Canadians. The 550 page section, Volume 1, part 2 is only one part of the complete 2894 page document.  The Reading Schedule is posted below the Preface.  Read the Preface from the TRR:

Canada’s residential school system for Aboriginal children was an education system in name only for much of its existence. These residential schools were created for the purpose of separating Aboriginal children from their families, in order to minimize and weaken family ties and cultural linkages, and to indoctrinate children into a new culture—the culture of the legally dominant Euro-Christian Canadian society, led by Canada’s first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald. The schools were in existence for well over 100 years, and many successive generations of children from the same communities and families endured the experience of them. That experience was hidden for most of Canada’s history, until Survivors of the system were finally able to find the strength, courage, and support to bring their experiences to light in several thousand court cases that ultimately led to the largest class-action lawsuit in Canada’s history.
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada was a commission like no other in Canada. Constituted and created by the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement, which settled the class actions, the Commission spent six years travelling to all parts of Canada to hear from the Aboriginal people who had been taken from their families as children, forcibly if necessary, and placed for much of their childhoods in residential schools.
This volume is a summary of the discussion and findings contained in the Commission’s final multi-volume report. The Final Report discusses what the Commission did and how it went about its work, as well as what it heard, read, and concluded about the schools and afterwards, based on all the evidence available to it. This summary must be read in conjunction with the Final Report.
The Commission heard from more than 6,000 witnesses, most of whom survived the experience of living in the schools as students. The stories of that experience are sometimes difficult to accept as something that could have happened in a country such as Canada, which has long prided itself on being a bastion of democracy, peace, and kindness throughout the world. Children were abused, physically and sexually, and they died in the schools in numbers that would not have been tolerated in any school system anywhere in the country, or in the world.
But, shaming and pointing out wrongdoing were not the purpose of the Commission’s mandate. Ultimately, the Commission’s focus on truth determination was intended to lay the foundation for the important question of reconciliation. Now that we know about residential schools and their legacy, what do we do about it?
Getting to the truth was hard, but getting to reconciliation will be harder. It requires that the paternalistic and racist foundations of the residential school system be rejected as the basis for an ongoing relationship. Reconciliation requires that a new vision, based on a commitment to mutual respect, be developed. It also requires an understanding that the most harmful impacts of residential schools have been the loss of pride and self-respect of Aboriginal people, and the lack of respect that non-Aboriginal people have been raised to have for their Aboriginal neighbours. Reconciliation is not an Aboriginal problem; it is a Canadian one. Virtually all aspects of Canadian society may need to be reconsidered. This summary is intended to be the initial reference point in that important discussion. Reconciliation will take some time.”

*Join Kelly online Friday mornings 7:30-8:00am to read from the TRR Volume 1, Part 2.  Please email or text your request to get the link to the online meeting room. 

Additionally, we meet as a group the last Wednesday of every month to read aloud from the TRR from 6:30-8:00pm at shō, art, spirit & performance at 628 Monmouth Road

Please call or text 519-791-1973 for more information.

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