Noe Venable | Holistic Music Practitioner
Contact: Amy Rubino at Teacherarubino@gmail.com
When: Sunday, August 20th from 3-5pm
Sliding scale cost: $15 - 25 for materials
Teachers and caregivers, of young children especially, are well practiced at giving. We nurture and tend to children, families, and communities. Often, we give and give, until our well runs dry, and we give out. If you are feeling the need to fill your well, and experience connection, healing, and community, come join our healing circle for teachers and caregivers. We will; - Sing together, and experience the healing magic of music - Share struggles, and hopes, in a non-judgmental and supportive circle - Learn about and take flower essences to help us feel grounded and supported in our work with children - Do a guided meditation to access our inner wisdom, transform and release burdens, and connect to our deepest sources of strength. - Share our experiences small groups. Everyone will walk away with a flower essence blend, and some techniques to support this work after the circle has closed. Come and release, relax, and restore in the company of others who can uniquely relate to your work!
Noe Venable is a singer-songwriter and music educator. As a teacher, Noe’s approach is grounded in the belief that everyone is musical. Her classes provide a safe space for beginners and experienced singers alike to explore the joy of making music together. Noe teaches people of all ages. For families with young children, Noe leads Meadowlark Music Class. She also leads the parent-child program at Golden Bridges School, where she teaches outdoor child observation classes for families. For women and girls, she leads Mothersong Chorus, which brings an intergenerational group of women together weekly to sing. Noe holds a masters degree from Harvard Divinity School. Her teaching is grounded in her spiritual practice, which she continues to deepen through ongoing study with Isa Gucciardi of The Sacred Stream. www.noevenable.com/singingcircles/teaching/
Amy Rubino has been teaching and working with children of all ages for 17 years. She completed all her Early Childhood certifications at City College of San Francisco, and studied Child Development at San Francisco State University. Amy is also a graduate of The San Francisco Waldorf Teacher Training Program, and The Lifeways Program, a Waldorf training with a focus in early childhood. Along with teaching, Amy is an experienced practitioner of several alternative healing modalities. She practices Reiki, reads tarot, and has many years of experience working with flower essences.