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Love Yourself, Love Your Home with author Bea Pila
February 14, 2017 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm UTC-5
What is DESIGN ENLIGHTENMENT and why do we need it?
Our lives are as unique as our fingerprints. There are no two alike and each is so distinctly our own that it is capable of carrying our identity with just a single touch. Our homes can be just as distinct – a unique expression and reflection of our personalities, an invigorating sanctuary that welcomes us just as we are. As an interior and furniture designer by trade and spiritual healer at heart, Bea has created ‘Sacred Spaces for Inspired Living’ as a guide to Design Enlightenment. This pioneering movement and process grants us the freedom to tap into our hearts and souls as our guide, rather than past conventions of what should be and what once was in terms of home.
What you’ll gain:
Begin your journey of bringing the magic and renewed awareness of the Ranch home for yourself with Bea’s 7-step guide to Design Enlightenment, an excerpt from her book, Sacred Spaces for Inspired Living.
About the Presenter:
After thirty years as an award winning interior designer, Bea Pila has evolved into an influential thought leader on a mission to bring authenticity, alignment, and SOUL to interiors. Through her many talents including drafting, space planning, designing furniture, as well as her hobbies of dancing ballet and cooking for her large family, Bea has learned that it truly does not matter “what” we do, it’s “why” we do it, and she is eager to dedicate the rest of her lifetime inspiring others to ask “why,” to fearlessly follow their heart, and to nourish their soul with the answers within.
Learn more about Bea, see her inspiring interiors, and keep up with news about the Design Enlightenment Movement at http://www.BPilaDesign.com
For further info about programs like this at C4SC, please contact our Wellness Director, Christina Pearce: Christina@4socialchange.org.
Event Location + Transit/Parking Logistics:
Please note our C4SC office is located right off of Coral Way on the 2nd floor (above the Xixon restaurant). If you’re traveling via mass transit, the Coconut Grove and Vizcaya Metro stops are nearby, and there’s a City of Miami Trolley along that stops right outside the building. If you have a car, there’s some free street parking in the surrounding neighborhood, metered spaces adjacent to our building payable with the Pay-by-Phone app, or you can always pay for a space in the building garage. Bicycles are always welcome, and carpooling is encouraged.