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                    LINDA SHREVE

Linda Shreve is a teacher, ceremonialist and lifelong student of movement, stories, music and the sacred in everyday life with over 40 years’ experience in a wide range of holistic modalities.

Linda teaches a class “The Feminine Wisdom Series” immersing us into the Stories of various Goddesses at Minerva Educational and Wellness Treatment Center LLC. 

Linda explores goddesses from the world pantheon in an intimate monthly class called “Goddess Within Us Through the Wheel of the Year” program at Twin Star Herbal and Energetics School in New Milford, CT, which is now available in an online form as 12 Pillars of the Goddess at twinstartribe.com (under the Trainings tab) and just completed its seventh year in 2023 covering over 50 goddesses to date. 

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              DARLENE GOLAS, MSW

Darlene "D" Golas is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has had a private clinical practice since 1983.  She is a health care specialist, a trained physician's assistant in obstetrics and gynecology through the University of Washington Medical School.  Darlene has been sharing these skills with others since 1977.

She received her Masters in Social Work from the University of Michigan in 1972. She completed training at the University of Washington Medical School and worked as a Licensed Physician's Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology from 1976-1979.  She maintained a clinical practice, specializing in the treatment of combat trauma and anxiety disorders from 1983 to 2015.  She completed an apprenticeship in Applied Kinesiology with Jan Geeslin in 1984 and has been teaching these skills since 1986.

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            SALLY ROTHACKER-PEYTON,
             DNP, RN, MHN
P-BC, CNE

 

Drawn to the work of Oh'Shinnah Fastwolf, Sally worked and studied with Oh'Shinnah and other native women, for many years. She is a nurse educator/teacher (retired university professor) and has a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP). With over 40 years as an advance

practice nurse (Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist and then Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner), she has published articles on trauma informed education and the impact of stress on nursing

students, practicing nurses, and nurse educators as well as presentations and publications related to evaluating DEI in nursing curriculum.
 

Sally is a Reiki Master, Therapeutic Touch Practitioner, and wisdom seeker who strives to integrate learning from multiple traditions. She facilitates classes on a wide range of topics

including allopathic Western Medicine (mental health) related topics as well as alternative strategies such as Tapping (EFT). She counsels’ people in the use of ancient medicine ways to improve health and well-being, not only with crystals but other indigenous modalities. She is a practitioner and teacher that has performed various ceremonies over decades, walking the

sacred path of the feminine to restore balance, healing, and truth.

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