Meet Our Members
• Director of The Bernadette Center
• Founder of The Healing Money Program
Barbara created The Bernadette Center and programs as a natural extension of her teaching skills, finance and income tax acumen. The Healing Money Program addresses the emotional and psychological relationship with money. She created and published Healing Money Cards based on the principals of her program. Barbara is an author and has been published in several magazines and has a chapter in the book Wise Women Speak and is currently working on two books.
Website: barbarabernadette.com & healingmoney.com
Born on the Isle of Wight off the south coast of England, Angela has lived in the United States since 1968, the last eleven of which have been in Eugene, Oregon, where the rain and flora are welcome reminders of “home.” She holds a BA in journalism, a skill that lends itself to many areas of pursuit. After many years in the corporate business world, Angela now divides her time among three areas of creative endeavor:
Currently, Knitwits items are available through the Challis Room Boutique at the Bernadette Center, Isabella’s Garden Boutique in Brownsville, and Waterlily Studio Jewelry & Beads in Florence. She is a member of Saturday Market and has a booth annually for six weekends at Holiday Market, Lane Events Center, starting the weekend before Thanksgiving. She is delighted to have discovered the Bernadette Center whose community and educational offerings will, no doubt, further the successes of Say It Right and Knitwits.
websites: knitwitsUSA.com & etsy.com/shop/kitwitsUSA
Feel free to contact me to schedule a session:
Sam Roderick Roxas-Chua
Sam Roxas-Chua is the author of Fawn Language, published by Tebot Bach (2014). His poems have appeared in various journals including Jefferson Monthly, Verseweavers, The Inflectionist Review, Mixer, Concord, Paw Print, and Open2Interpretation. Most recently, he received an Honorable Mention for his poem “A Beast in the Chapel” for the 2nd Annual Jeff Marks Memorial Poetry Prize in December Magazine.
He has read for diverse audiences such as the Oregon Poetry Association, Windfall Reading Series, Tsunami Books, and Stonehenge Studio Reading Series; and was recently invited to open a session of the Oregon State Legislature. His poemDiary of Collected Summers won the 7th Annual Missouri Review Audio competition in poetry. and his poem “Oaring” was nominated for a Pushcart Award by The Inflectionist Review.
Sam works as an Adjunct Instructor of Writing at Pacific University’s College of Education Program. He is the owner of The Poetry Loft and is editor of The Quietry – A Semi-Annual Poetry Review.
He is an MFA candidate in Creative Writing at Pacific University. Sam calls Eugene, Oregon his home.
Color is the visual poetry of our lives. Color is what makes everything beautiful. Color, texture, pattern and style influence our choices in clothing, art, and decorating. It is simple to change and yet it has a complex and powerful impact on our daily living including our feelings. Discovering and utilizing color, fabric, texture, pattern and style, that are uniquely you, brings a delicate harmonious balance to your environment. Color is variable from blue tones to yellow and mellowed from ashen to earthy. Seeing their variances as they uniquely relate to your own skin tone gives you insight into your uniqueness. As your personal colorist, will help you harmonize your environment by showing you what best suits you.
A significant breakthrough in mind/body science, Points of Power is a system of techniques that bring about profound change on any level where it is needed: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. Whether acute or chronic this technology effectively addresses the root of a problem. It is a state-of the-art scientific mind/body system the enables a practitioner to distinguish painful memories and experiences, from reactionary emotions through the ability to bypass protective mental blocks.