Yoga props are incorporated and a thick mat (for under your own) is provided to facilitate comfort, ease, and safety. Classes are taught in a small group format (8 students max.) and offered in six-week sessions. 


Wellness is the result of personal initiative, seeking a more optimal, holistic and balanced state of well-being across five dimensions.  This class is designed to empower the Baby Boomer to move forward with greater wellness and well-being by creating a holistic experience that nourishes each dimension. Historical yoga postures are evolved through application of current evidence-based knowledge to design a safe, effective and enjoyable practice.  A slow, gentle and mindful approach is utilized with a focus on the physcial breath and postures to calm the mind, balance the body, and cultivate self-awareness. 
The practice guides students through:
* Simple techniques to reestablish a healthy, diaphragmatic breath
* Slow, gentle preparatory movements (mat level, not standing) that open the major joints and muscles of the body and maintain a moment by moment awareness as they are synchronized with the breath
* Gentle postures that promote a healthy spine and improve posture, balance, and breathing
* Postures that gently strengthen muscles and promote functional range of motion of the joints, creating a balance of strength and flexibility
*Mediation to rest in the stillness of Being, and find peace within

There are two ways to make payment for enrollment in classes.

Please be sure to include your name, date of class and number of people enrolling for the class.

1.  Send money through PayPal (class fee plus $3.00 service charge) to
Please note the name, date and number of participants in the comments field.


2.  Click here to fill out our enrollment form  and then mail a check to:  
Center for Faith & the Arts - P. O. Box 4098 -   Salisbury, NC 28145

Payment for class reserves your space.

Join us for the first in a series of workshops this year where you learn new skills and add a square to our 4 X 4 Gratitude wall.

The first part of this workshop will introduce you to and let you practice a variety of techniques for fabric embellishment; including some simple embroidery stitches, basic beading, ribbon trim, and applique. Then we will spend some time talking about what it means to have a Grateful Heart. Finally, we will spend the rest of the time making our own 4 X 4 squares to add to our gratitude wall.

Spend some time learning new skills and participating in our year long exploration of Gratitude

Minimum of 4 and a maximum of 12. Register and pay now to secure your spot. To register pay through PayPal (add $2 service fee) and put the name of the work shop in the comments. Or mail a check to Center for Faith and the arts,. PO Box 4098, Salisbury, NC, 28145, with a note naming the workshop.



Women's Woven Voices
A Global Collaborative Art Project
Empowering Women through Writing, Weaving and Sharing

Be heard, connect with your inner resources and cultivate courage to create change.  Participating in Woven Voices is a journey that starts with self-reflection and writing, and transforms into a woven tapestry, a visual storyboard of women’s lives from around the globe. The 3 elements of the Woven Voices project work together as tools to access, claim, and celebrate our power as individuals and together as a global community of women.

REGISTRATION:   Minimum of five participants. Maximum of 18.
$30 per person. All materials provided.
To register contact CFA at or call us at 704-647-0999.

Karen Perrell Campbell, Seeds for Change Creative SoulCraft is an expressive artist, healer and creative depth coach, blending Spiritual Direction, Creative Practice, Coaching, and Reiki in her work with individuals and organizations. She has a Master of Human Development and Learning, a certified Creative Depth Coach, Projective Dreamworker, SoulCollage® facilitator and Reiki Master. Exploring her own life stories and unraveling experiences through a multifaceted approach encompassing the practice of creativity and contemplation. She uses intuitive, creative and linear processes to support her journey and yours.


Center for Faith & the Arts

"Inspired Wellness for Lifelong Well-Being"

Class 1 : Tuesdays -            5:45 to 7:15 PM
Class 2: Wednesdays -      9:30 to  11 AM
$15.00 per class.

Ongoing - contact instructor for availability.

Students may enter mid-session is space allows. 
To register, please contact Debra McNeil, OTR/L, EP-C, RYT
at or
 Phone 704-637-1671 (home phone). 

207 W. Harrison Street, Salisbury, NC  28144                                             704-647-0999

This is a year of gratitude at CFA . As a part of this exploration of Gratitude we are creating a Wall of Gratitude at CFA, made of of 4x4 squares created by members of the community. To facilitate the expression of gratitude through art we are holding a series of workshops to teach new skills with which to express your gratitude.

This workshop, the second in our series, teaches the basic skills of needle felting. Needle felting is use to both create three dimensional small sculptures and flat textured paintings. We will be focusing on the process of painting with wool using needle felting. Using dyed wool roving on wool felt squares you can create both simple and complex designs expressing the gratitude in your heart.