Saturday, July 11, 2020 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM EDT
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Delaware-Otsego Audobon Society Sanctuary 
52 Grange Hall Rd. Spur
Oneonta, NY 13820

Tuition:  $35 or $30 for ISD Members

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Diana Friedell, Director 
Institute for Spiritual Development 

Developing Cognitive Agility with Our Plant & Tree Allies 

Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower This class is part of a series of classes that help us develop deeper ecological knowledge that supports our proprioceptive senses and beyond. Its for anyone seeking tools to perceive the physical voice of trees and just how this influences our activities of daily living through our lifespan. How can we tap into this phenomena that speaks? How can we better understand our relationship in the context of their intangible forces. Join Marguerite at the Delaware-Otsego Audobon Soc. Sanctuary for this intensive afternoon of transformative exercises using simple tools to start the listening, or, delve deeper into the listening. Concepts covered: resonance; phases of mindfulness; restructuring empathy; objectification. Music of the Plants and Pinard instruments help in the listening.

We at the Institute for Spiritual Development, wanted to make our classes more accessible, given the economic hardship many of us are experiencing at this time.  Tuition for this class is  $35 or $30 for ISD Members,

donate icon - If you don’t have the means to pay a registration fee for these sessions, we invite you to join us for free with that ticket option on the registration page and  pay what you can, through the donate button to the left.

Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower Bio: Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower, NYS Lic. R.N., Clinical Herbalist and co-founder of Plant Pioneers, a human-plant relations movement which serves to bring a deeper sense of connection of the natural world into ones life. Marguerite’s focus is on encountered based learning, where interactive exercises support natural wellness skills that greatly mitigate sensory overload, of many kinds.
Workshops integrate activities in natural self care, wellness with wild foods and herbals, knowing plants and trees on a personal level, meditative walking, Forest Bathing, to un-foraging. Dialoguing circles are around learning directly from Nature phenomena using plant sensitive instruments as intermediaries.
Web: www.plantpioneers.org/

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Contact:  3moonsisters@gmail.com