The Sanctuary, Manitoba

Natural haven for peace, harmony, and enlightenment !


Winter Solstice Concert

Friday, December 19, 7:00 pm
       Location:  St George‚Äôs Anglican Church, 168 Wilton Street., Winnipeg, MB
       Cost:  Adults $20, and $10 for children 12 and under.

       Performers: Performing guests include: Ilena Zaramba, Deborah Romeyn, Stewart Fay, Nandita Selvanathan, Rabbi Alan Green, Dale & Mark Scott and several others to be announced later. Also members of The Sanctuary will provide the healing sounds of the crystal 'singing' bowls, gong, and drums.

If you are seeking


To develop
and enhance


Your body, mind and spirit?

Do you see the figure 8 sideways, or the infinity sign made by the branches and leaves on the trees?

As you look up ... ... ... WAY UP

Saturday, Nov 29 at 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Sunday, Nov 30 at 1:20 PM - 3:00 PM
Wednesday, Dec 3 at 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Thursday, Dec 4 at 7:30 PM - 9:45 PM


Click on the various links to explore the website.

It is a natural haven for peace, harmony, meditating, celebrating, and more.

The Sanctuary is a not-for-profit organization. It is managed by volunteers. They comprise an Advisory Committee,  as well as a Planning and Publicity Committee.


Events and activities at The Sanctuary support and encourage love, compassion, and acceptance of oneself and of others. 

Karen - Drumming Circle

Energy Vortex Meditation Area

The Sanctuary provides metaphysical, emotional and spiritual support in a variety of ways:

These include Holistic Healing, Crystal Singing Bowls,

Sound and Vibration Sessions,

Weekly Meditation Group. 

Drumming Circle

monthly Healing Energy Share

Discussion Groups, Workshops, Resource Library,

Guest: speakers, instructors,

group facilitators and many more.



The Sanctuary is located at the St Norbert Arts Center. It is on the 3rd Floor in the large white Guest House.  It is wheelchair accessible.
 It is near the ruins of the  Trappist Monastery Heritage Park.

Trappist Monastery Ruins 


Autumn Equinox Celebration

A Festival of Peace and Compassion

Opening Ceremonies

Overview of
Crystal 'Singing'  Bowls

The Autumn Equinox Celebration at the Legislature was part of Winnipeg's Activities for Peace, in keeping with the United Nations Peace Days, and Winnipeg's Peace Days 2014

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