We had such an overwhelming response to our first Enneagram + Dinner, we decided to add another date for an introduction to the Enneagram. Stay tuned for Part II of this series, coming this summer.
You’ve probably heard of the Enneagram. But what is it, exactly? And what does it mean to know your number? Join other women around the table for an evening of conversation, connection, and community as we explore this modern psychological tool with ancient spiritual roots. We will look at the nine different personality types—what motivates each one, how each one deals with reality, and learn how our essence—not our personality—is the truest thing about us. Discover how ‘knowing your number’ can help you have a better sense of humor about yourself, be more kind to yourself, and deepen and repair relationships with yourself and others.
In the first part of the evening, Sarah Murphy-Kangas will lead this introduction to the Enneagram workshop. The conversation and discovery will continue as everyone gathers around the table for a spring-inspired family-style dinner prepared by Lisa Samuel. The menu will be created based on what's at the farmer's market that week.
Menu subject to change, based on availability of produce. We will gladly accommodate any dietary restrictions! Please provide details when you purchase your ticket.
Sarah Murphy-Kangas is a leadership and life coach and an organizational development practitioner. She helps individuals, groups, and organizations plan for the future, work through conflict, or dream of possibility. She teaches the Enneagram, a psycho-spiritual personality tool and has an M.A. in Organizational Psychology. She lives with her family on Alabama Hill and loves to cook, walk her dog, and watch her kids play basketball.