From “Me” to “We”
From the moment we are conceived, we rely on connection to survive. Our brains are wired for this. And yet so often we feel alone. Sometimes unbearably so. Especially at this time of “social distancing” it easy to feel isolated and alone.
Group work is a way to undo this aloneness, to feel our connection to others and realize our common humanity. We are all in this together. Because of the health crisis we are in all the groups below are now being offered on-line.
Call now to schedule a free 15-minute phone consultation: 505-577-4607
Celebrating Our Love For the Earth
Using age-appropriate exercises and expressive arts we honor our feelings, learn about the web of life, experience our connection with the earth and animals, and leave with an action to effect change.
This group is currently closed.
With the fast pace and high stress of modern life, a daily meditation practice is an essential tool for slowing down and keeping life and oneself in perspective.
I teach a gentle, easy, more feminine approach to meditation that supports an exploration of your inner world and increases awareness. Anyone can do this practice!
In this 4-week group, we sit for 30 minutes, journal afterwards, and then there is an opportunity for some to share what happened in their meditation.
Group members grow close and learn from each other in sharing their lives and meditative experiences.
The Spiral Journey
How to Face the Mess We’re in Without Going Crazy
We live at a precipitous time on the planet in a dangerously escalating political situation. In these groups/workshops, I offer teachings and experiential processes designed to awaken us to the promise in the planetary crisis and empower us to act with authority on behalf of life and the Earth.
Based on the Work That Reconnects developed by Joanna Macy, these groups/workshops draw from deep ecology, living systems theory, new developments in consciousness as well as ancient spiritual traditions.
Their purpose is to undo our aloneness in these times, move through our feelings of grief and despair together, and grow our courage, resilience, and solidarity for the healing of our world as well as ourselves.