Empower yourself with the Enneagram system

Cumberland United Church is hosting an introductory Enneagram workshop Feb. 28 and March 1.

Cumberland United Church is hosting an introductory Enneagram workshop Feb. 28 and March 1.

The workshop is entitled Empower Yourself Using the Enneagram Personality System.

The facilitator will by Claudette Keller, BSc MSc, a certified Enneagram teacher, author, coach, and consultant. She will be assisted by Tamsen Matheson and Brooke Thoburn.

About the Enneagram, Keller says, “The Enneagram Personality System (pronounced ‘any-a-gram’ – a Greek word meaning a nine-point circle) is a dynamic self-discovery and self-improvement tool.  This system helps persons discover their personality type and traits among the nine different styles identified on the Enneagram circle.

“This self-awareness, in turn, helps persons to deal with what happens to them under stress and how to avoid getting out of balance, thus providing a prescription for personal growth and greater effectiveness. The Enneagram is a multi-faceted approach with cutting-edge applications that is used by persons and groups worldwide.”

The workshop is in two parts — a Friday evening talk from 6:30 to 9 and a Saturday interactive workshop from 9:30 to 3:30.

For more information or to register, contact Tamsen at 250-897-7473 or tamsen@shaw.ca.

Cumberland United Church is located at First and Penrith.

— Cumberland United Church

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