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Following are some of the people, places and things that have inspired me on my path. There are too many to name them all.
I offer a deep bow of gratitude to all that has informed me!



Francis Weller - Grief and Soul Recovery
Tokopa Turner - Dreamwork
Steven Jenkinson - Death and dying, elder-hood
Paul Raphael - Peacemaking
Michael Mead - Myth and the human condition
Chameli Ardagh - Awakening Women Institute
Doug Keller - Therapeutic Yoga
Tim Miller - Ashtanga Yoga
Richard Rosen - Breathwork
Roger Cole - Iyengar
Susi Hatley - Therpeutics and Anatomy
Center for Council
Weaving Earth
Books, Authors and Texts

Animal Speak, Ted Andrews

Braving the Wilderness, Brene Brown

Coming Back to Life, Johanna Macy and Molly Brown

Women Who Run With the Wolves, Clarissa Pinkola Estes

If Women Rose Rooted, Sharon Blackie

Wild Feminine, Tami Lynn Kent

Belonging, Toko-pa Turner

The More Beautiful World, Charles Eisenstein

Christine Northrup

Yoga Books

The Heart of Yoga, T.K.V. Desikachar

Awakening Shakti, Sally Kempton

Yoga and Ayurveda, David Frawley

The Breathing Book, Donna Farhi

The Sutras of Patanjali

Bhagavad Gita

My most influential teachings by far come from my internal guide.
Nature is the resource that has tapped me into this wellspring of this wisdom.
Mother earth, her trees and plants; Father sky, his moon and stars -
These are the teachers that live in my heart and inform me.
All I need to do is be still and listen! 
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