Enneagram Introductions


Wednesdays in June

Are you interested in learning more about yourself and your loved ones?
In being a better version of yourself?
In having healthier relationships?
Are you ever perplexed by yourself, loved ones, or coworkers?
Are you ready to explore deeper levels of spiritual practice?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, the Enneagram could be a valuable tool for you! Join us for an introductory study on the value of self-knowledge and the role of personality in our relationships with God, one another, and our own selves.

The Enneagram is a personality assessment based on 9 types, and how those types tend to function in health and in stress. We will explore the Enneagram as a map that can help guide us––with both insight and practical strategy––along the path toward self-awareness and transformation.

When and Where
Join us at Great Raft (1251 Dalzell St. 71104) for a series of fun, relaxed nights out. We’ll meet the four Wednesdays in June – June 6, 13, 20, and 27, from 6-8 p.m. Come at 6 to hang out or order food from a variety of food trucks. Teaching and discussion will begin at 6:30. There is no cost to attend, and anyone (21+) is welcome!

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About the Teacher
Sarah Duet is an artist, writer, and speaker who has studied the Enneagram for 9 years. After experiencing its immeasurable value in her own life, she was moved to learn as much as possible and share that wisdom with others along the way. With over 100 hours of workshop training, 60 hours of teaching experience, and countless hours of personal study under her belt, Sarah works with individuals and communities to share basic Enneagram wisdom in hopes to foster increased self-awareness, empathy, and the capacity for healthier relationships. Sarah graduated from Centenary College of Louisiana in 2011 with a BA in Communications and has a decade of experience in church, non-profit, and freelance work. Learn more at sarahduet.com.