The Center for Art and Spirit at St. George began in 2013 and provides sacred space for our community and region. We strive to be inclusive of various faith traditions, systems of knowing, and ways of reaching for the divine. We assert that recovery, music, visual art, movement, dance, education, and meditation, as well as fostering relationship between religions and being companions along the way can all be holy activities.

You may contact us at (828) 258-0211 or email admin@stgeorgeswavl.org and reference The Center for Art and Spirit in the subject line to discuss reserving space for your event.

Ongoing Center events include:

Mondays

  • Alcoholics Anonymous Primary Purpose 8:30-9:30am (zoom)
  • Tai Chi 10am-1pm
  • Contra Dance 7:30-10:30pm (on hold)

Tuesdays

  • Alcoholics Anonymous Primary Purpose 8:30-9:30am (zoom)
  • AA Old Fashioned Big Book Study 6-7pm
  • Creative Peacemakers 3-6pm (summer hiatus)

Wednesdays

  • Alcoholics Anonymous Primary Purpose 8:30-9:30am (zoom)
  • Narcotics Anonymous Ladies’ Night Out 7-8pm

Thursdays

  • Alcoholics Anonymous Primary Purpose 8:30-9:30am (zoom)
  • Creative Peacemakers 3-6pm (summer hiatus)
  • Beginning October 6! All Levels Yoga! 6–7pm, This 60-minute class is movement-based integrating breath, meditation, and other Raja Yoga practices. All levels, abilities, ages, and bodies welcome! In the spirit of mutual abundance, we use a pay what you please model to support the work of the facilitator and use of the space. We would love to have you participate! Class facilitator: Amanda K Gross (she/her) is a certified yoga instructor, anti-racist organizer, and artist trained by YogaRoots On Location‘s Anti-Racist Raja Yoga School. Amanda has over seven years of experience teaching integrative community-based classes for students of all levels.

Fridays

  • Alcoholics Anonymous Primary Purpose 8:30-9:30am (in person)

Saturdays

  • Asheville Jam 4-6:30pm (on hold)