Rev. Pat Veenema, M.Div. is a dynamic minister and facilitator. She is adjunct faculty at Unity Worldwide Spiritual Institute. Rev Pat earned an M.Div. and was ordained at Unity Institute & Seminary in 2012. She served as senior minister in the Asheville, NC area for a while before founding New Vista Learning Center, an online classroom for Unity SEE education. As a professional teacher, she invites students to participate, process, and apply. She likes to remind us: “Transformation takes more than a couple of Sunday sermons per month.” www.newvistalearningcenter.com
This workshop can be taken for 3.5 General CEU credits.
Widely known in New Thought, Rev. Dr. Martha Creek’s trainings approach deep inner work as an adventure with a sense of curiosity and wonder. A master of the art of right questioning, she calls forth the most stubborn and self-defeating patterns to create a new way of being, literally. Ordained in Religious Science and Divine Science, Martha has served as Great Lakes Unity Consultant, and is a member of Unity Institute faculty. She has attended Emerson Theological Seminary (Masters and Doctorate), Byron Katie School for The Work, and Hoffman Institute. She is a Healthy Congregations Facilitator and Trainer. See more at www.marthacreek.com.
This workshop can be taken for 1.5 Ethics CEU credits.
World Singing Day is a global sing-along held annually on the 3rd Saturday in October. As a catalyst for positive human connection, this one day each year serves as an opportunity to celebrate our global family through the international language of music.
Founded in 2012 by Colorado (USA) musician Scott Johnson, World Singing Day brings people together in their communities all around the world through the simple act of singing together.
World Singing Day is not religious or political, and encourages people to put aside their differences and celebrate what we all share as human beings. World Singing Day is for everyone, regardless of your race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, singing ability, and age.
World Singing Day is a joyful community experience for musicians and non-musicians alike, from shower singers to celebrities, as they gather in their communities and sing together without the pressure of performing.
World Singing Day is not a competition, and no rehearsals are required. Anyone can join in the fun.
Teri Wilder is passionate about healing and wellness through vibration, sound, and energy – and offers transformative sessions with her unique three-pronged approach. She is delighted to express her energy healing talents as a Certified Sound Healing Practitioner and Gong Player, Reiki Master, and Certified Medical Intuitive Practitioner that interface for a comprehensive session for her clients.
An accomplished singer/songwriter, she has traveled extensively across the country for keynotes, concerts, gong meditations, and energy work to support wholeness, creativity, and peace. Understanding the restorative power of sound and music led Teri to study the science of vibrational and energy-based healing and to pursue certifications to practice her energy healing modalities. At her San Diego-based Teri Wilder Healing Sanctuary, she offers an intimate space for her soothing and rejuvenating work with clients. She can provide insight as a gifted and trained Medical Intuitive to help identify root causes that may impact a client’s health, and she combines Reiki and Sound Healing Sessions to help restore physical and emotional well-being and to support the body’s the natural rejuvenation process. While it’s not possible to provide any guarantees, her sessions have enabled countless clients to restore health, reduce stress and discomfort, and achieve a greater sense of peace and lightness. Teri’s dedication to raising the vibration of the planet is the theme running through all of her pursuits. You may contact her at teriwilder.com
Tuesday’s Sacred Gong Experience with Teri Wilder can be used toward 1 General CEU credit.