Sharon discovered her passion for teaching while serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in southern Africa in the early 90’s. After over ten years in the public school classroom and as a teacher trainer, she began to attune to a deeper wisdom that helped her see that the old model of teachers as dispensers of knowledge was dying away. She drifted away from teaching for a time and followed other paths including completing her MA in Liberal Studies from Duke, but the call to teach persisted. Now she brings that passion into her work with mindfulness & meditation, breathwork and sound healing.
Sharon brings a dynamic energy into her work, accentuated by her playful exuberance, attentive presence and her deep respect for curiosity and inner exploration. She creates a safe and inviting space in which each participant can relax and reconnect to their own inner wisdom. She also works towards helping participants realize that through collective inner work we can foster a powerful sense of community that helps reminds us that we are all in this together.
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Brooke March January 20, 2015
I have attended two retreats with Sharon as the co-creator and facilitator. Sharon brings a grounding to every interaction that relaxes and opens the heart. Her ease and grace as a teacher and guide create authentic experiences in each moment. Her presence inspires one to be more and more present in their own awakening. Her added intuition and knowledge in the areas of spoken word and voice expand the mind and the senses, cracking open meditations and manifesting shifting. Her drumming takes one deep in to their own stories, remembering old patterns, and making room for new ones. She is real and does not shy away from her humanity which enabled me to embrace my own.