Sophie Lippert

Salon Supper
Creating Communities based in Fierce Beauty and Practical Magic
with Sophie Lippert

Sunday, July 30th 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Be Space @ Vibrant Studios, 1532 SW Jefferson Street

Sunday Salon Supper is an evening devoted to cultivating community over a shared meal and facilitated conversation. The night’s events will be hosted by Vibrant Studios owner, Sophie Lippert, who will provide a seasonal and nourishing gluten-free and plant-based meal.
The evening will include time for a round-table dialogue, storytelling, and supportive group interaction. If you are inspired to connect with an incredible individuals of Portlanders dedicated to fostering a community of Fierce Beauty and Practical Magic, please join us!
Come at 6:30 for a FREE screening of The Great Turning, a brief film about Joanna Macy and The Work That Reconnects. Details here.

This is a ticketed event with only 15 seats. Reservations are required.
$25 per person, or $17 for passholders.
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Sophie Lippert, owner of Vibrant Studios-turned-Vibrant Collective, is a classically-trained pianist, business consultant, event planner, yogi, dancer, cook, writer, and passionate entrepreneur. In addition to working under James Beard-nominated chef Anita Jaisinghani, Sophie’s degree in Piano Performance is from Rice University with Jon Kimura Parker, and she has furthered her personal growth and healing with masters of thai massage, yoga, acupuncture, Shen energy work, music & art therapy, DBT, psychotherapy, and more.

Sophie is devoted to cultivating community, and helping people uncover their inner vibrancy through deep connection, assertive communication, grounded embodiment, intuitive nutrition, and safe and supportive spaces. Check our her writings and follow her travels at; she can also be found at

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