Commumity Oasis Tenders

photo- purpleMaya Victorine, Tea House Tender is a sacred sensual healer, teacher, artist and bodyworker, most interested in helping people discover sensitivity to the energy in their body and the world around them through breath and movement. An enthusiast of Butoh dance, ecstatic dance, shamanism and qi gong, Maya seeks to find and share koans of the body that can open us up to the true here and now. For her, community living, sustainability, and a “wild” existence are canvases for spiritual development and expression. You can find her at spiritembodied.com.

meganMegan More, Community Oasis Tender, is a divine manifestor of light and love brought here at this time to empower individuals to believe in themselves and their purpose by being active, responsible participants of their destiny. She is a healer who works with energy, touch, movement, vision, cards, and land. She has almost 20 years experience in Martial Arts, copious amounts of leadership training and skill building facilitation, as well as certifications in hypnosis, acupressure, and reiki. She graduated with honors from the University of Nevada with degrees in Psychology and Sociology which enhanced her understanding of the individual and collective consciousness igniting her desire to share her knowledge and skills with others to expand awareness and growth for present and future generations to prosper. She is committed to compassionately elevating the vibrations of individuals by releasing stagnation and shifting into a new perspective through positive intensions, skill building, and developing confidence in ones self. Megan is currently accepting new clients who want more out of life on a mental, physical, spiritual, emotional and social level, and are willing to put forth the effort to obtain transformation.  Contact Megan More at 775.750.0925 or wantmore.meganmore@gmail.com

Screen shot 2013-03-14 at 10.42.52 PM Walt Patrick, Fire Tender, is the Senior Steward of the Windward Center. As one of Windward’s founding members, Walt has been stewarding this land since 1988. During that time, he’s fought three forest fires that have threatened this land. For Surrender he will be keeping a watchful eye on the main fire pit. If you’re interested in sustainable energy systems, that’s one of his favorite things to talk about.

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