Grandparents & Seniors
to an abundant woodland of resources available to assist you in finding, forging when needed, and following your path through Life.
This woodland is as rich and diverse as you are.
I am happy to share with you some of the resources I have turned to as a devoted seeker in psychological and spiritual realms during these changing times. These resources are designed to support the relationships and enhance the presence that you are creating with yourself, with other people, beings of other species, and our planet home.
Together we can blend gifts of mindfulness meditation with guidance for your personal growth drawing on the ancient wisdom ways of the ancestors. Here are classes designed to enhance your abilities to care for the wellbeing of ourselves and other life forms. Join with fellow travelers as we face into the enormous contractions and expansions of these times, the labor pains of a new era coming into being.
A walk in the woods with me could include...
A focus on your personal journey to heal, love yourself more fully, recognize the gifts coming forward in you
An exploration of how you are understanding the Mystery of this Lifetime, the ways Life is coming to know itself through you
Discerning the internal and external support you’re seeking as you create relationships to others, to the planet, to change of vast systems.
Here are some ways I can be of use to you
as a guide:
Kaia Svien, M.S. is a meditation instructor, spiritual guide and program designer with more than 12 years of experience providing classes, workshops and private consultation in mindfulness practice focused on building psychological and spiritual resilience in the face of of turbulent climate, societal and international changes.
For 20 years, Kaia taught Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction at hospitals, prisons and in the community and for 7 years, served as an adjunct profession at St. Catherine in the Holistic Health Studies Master’s Program. Kaia taught classes in the ancient wisdom of European Americans at the Powderhorn/Philips Cultural Wellness Center for a number of years and authored a novel, drawn from her studies there. She is the co-founder of the Iraqi and American Reconciliation Project and of eLDA Reading and Math Clinic. Kaia enjoys her time in Nature very much and is an avid backpacker and cross-country skier.
To Schedule with Kaia contact her
at 612-722-2650 or firstname.lastname@example.org
“If you're curious, passionate, about some of the paths these questions can take you on, join me in this woodland.”