Belinda is a climate campaigner, permaculture enthusiast, mother, and Work That Reconnects (WTR) facilitator based on Whidbey Island. She has led WTR and engaged Buddhist workshops for over a decade and serves on the board of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship. She brings over twenty years of Buddhist practice to her facilitation and continuing exploration of WTR. Belinda is also a meditation instructor in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, and has practiced with and led engaged Buddhist activist groups since the mid-1990s. Check out the following sites to find out more about Belinda’s good work: workthatreconnects.org, buddhistpeacefellowship.org, showingupforracialjustice.org, and awakeningthehorse.wordpress.com.
Nick earned a Master of Arts degree in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism and Tibetan Language from Naropa University. He has been facilitating the dharma in various ways and teaching philosophy and meditation for over a decade. Nick enjoys connecting with nature, meditating, reading, Tai Chi Chuan, archery, foraging, gardening, brewing, playing the guitar, and spending time with his family. His teaching schedule and current activities can be located at mindpioneer.com.
Bruce has over thirty years of hunting experience in the Pacific Northwest. Prior to that he learned the ways of hunting from his father's shoulders during bird hunting trips in Eastern Washington. Bruce has been teaching introductory hunting and shooting classes with non-profits for the last fifteen years and has been a fly-fishing and a whitewater rafting guide. He is a certified Master Hunter, holds a Master’s degree in Sustainable Business, and is a licensed professional engineer in the state of WA. Bruce’s passion is to help people reawaken their innate senses through conscious hunting and gathering. Find out more at humannaturehunting.com.
Hannah is passionate about supporting people’s journey of embodiment. She has studied multiple forms of dance and holds a degree from Naropa University, the Peacemaker Institute and is a graduate of the Hakomi Psychotherapy Institute. She has been a student of Shambhala for 15 years. After discovering a direct connection between dancing, meditation and happiness, Hannah chose to share that through her classes, workshops, women’s groups and therapeutic sessions. She is a chronic illness/injury, movement and Hakomi coach. You can also find her at awakenthedance.com.