A big welcome to long time certified practitioner Tina Beneman who has now officially taken over as the coordinator of the Mentoring Program. She'll be working with previous Leah MacLeod to learn the ropes. Tina has served as a volunteer mentor herself supporting a number of student practitioners.
Tina writes in her bio ....
"I have always wanted to wave a magic wand. Working from deep experience as a gardener, teacher, writer, herbalist, therapist and minister, I’ve assembled a black bag that offers trustworthy support for authentic transformation.
As a certified practitioner of Resonance Repatterning and a Flower Essence therapist, my work helps you break through old stuck places so you can move on to what you want in life. Sessions offer cutting edge tools for transformation within the embrace of my keen intuition and the warm shelter of my heart.
Tina is currently studying through the HeartMath Institute and is an active member of Baltimore Crossings, a group devoted to educating families how to care for their loved ones at the time of death. She also leads funerals and memorial services.
Tina lives with her husband George and a lively menagerie of creatures on several acres of meadows, streams and trees thirty minutes north of Baltimore, Maryland." - Tina
Her favorite quote:
Don’t ask yourself what the world needs; ask yourself what makes you come alive and then go and do that because what the world needs is people who have come alive.
Find out more about the mentoring program - either to be a support to student practitioners or receive the support of a mentor.... click here. https://www.rpamembers.org/Mentorship-Program
Please welcome Tina to this vital RPA Volunteer Role.