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Hi everyone!  My name is Tanya Hawkins and I live in Foster City, CA (about 25 miles south of SF). I was certified in Mindfulness through Mindful Schools a few years ago and have been teaching mindfulness to kids in my local community ever since.  I feel so grateful to be a part of this group and I look forward to learning from and sharing with everyone.

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Hi Folks,

Dont know if you are familiar with this Embodiment Conference that is going on now; Sean has has already presented there! Great Job, Sean! You only have 1 more day to sign up; sessions are available for 48 Hours for free; after that you pay fees! I just completed watching David Treleaven's class on: 

                               The Truth About Mindfulness & Trauma>>>Which is/was Awesome!

As Practitioners, we all need to be aware of the pitfalls of dealing with Trauma and Meditations and how to cultivate the Sensitivity about it and how to present options to these folks who suffer from PTSD especially, if they relive any of the previous Trauma!

Sean already had David present to us! I had to see it a 2nd time in a different venue!

Anyway,     here is the link & again, only 1 day to sign up for FREE!  

                               https://www.theembodimentconference.org

It is worth it depending on your Focus!!! There is such a Wide open Focus of Disciplines!

I say, Go for it!!

                 

 

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Hey Tanya,

The recording of the workshop with David Treleaven should be up in a few days. I will post again here with the link when it is :)

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