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Upcoming Austin Workshop – 3 CEUs available
When Nature Sings: For the Healer
Presented by: Dr. Ana María Tekina-eirú Maynard
Saturday, May 14, 2016
1:00 - 4:30 pm

Did you know that anyone who helps others overcome physical, emotional, mental, or spiritual problems is a healer? Unfortunately, people who devote their energy to serving others often feel worn down by a growing sense of mental and physical exhaustion, compassion fatigue or burnout.

A powerful way for healers to renew themselves is to develop a closer connection with nature. Indigenous cultures, such as the Taino natives of Puerto Rico, know that nature communicates in many ways. By learning to perceive this calming source of wisdom, healers can revitalize their spirit and re-energize their practice.

This interactive workshop combines inspirational anecdotes based in Taino spirituality, original photography and live Taino flute music to expose the timeless wisdom that nature transmits through the world around us. Uplifting participation in music-making, simple native dances and role-playing reveals insights, encourages meaningful discussion and teaches practices that can be used to refresh your spirit on a regular basis.

Workshops & Continuing Education
When Nature Sings:
For the Healer
Saturday, May 14, 2016
1:00 - 4:30 pm

701 Tillery St, Austin TX
at the Puerto Rican Cultural Center

Provides 3 CEUs for Texas LMFTs, LPCs
and Social Workers
  Earlybird Registration:
(extended through 5/6))
   After May 6:
(space permitting)


  • Understand consequences of not tending to your own mental and physical well-being.
  • Experience a spiritual lift though inspirational anecdotes and photography.
  • Re-energize through participation in joyful arts modalities, music-making and native dance.
  • Gain insight into the ways that nature communicates through the world around us.
  • Learn techniques to recognize and interpret nature's messages. 
  • Practice these techniques through exercises and role-playing.
  • Take home tools that can be used every day to find peace through nature's calming wisdom.
  • Commit to renewing your spirit on a regular basis.

Target Audience: Healers from all walks of life–from licensed professionals to family caregivers and community supporters.

Purpose/Goal: The goal of this informational workshop is to develop a greater understanding and to provide tools for building a connection to nature that will provide ongoing self-care to those who routinely serve others.

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About the Presenter

Dr. Ana María Tekina-eirú Maynard is a blood descendant of the native Taínos from the Island of Boriken (Puerto Rico). Her book "When Nature Sings: A Taino Journey" was developed with awards at the City, State and National levels. Tekina-eirú is a proud member of a Taino pueblo based in the mountains of Boriken. She complements her indigenous training and life experiences with professional development in holistic and integrated health, stress management, and ecotherapy. She is a Certified Professional Spiritual Life Coach (CPC, CLC, & CSC). See her Professional Vitae & Biography for more information.
Previous workshops

When Nature Sings: A Taino Journey — The bilingual book and interactive workshops have been developed with the support of the National Endowment for the Arts, the Texas Commission on the Arts, the Mid-America Arts Alliance, the City of Austin Cultural Arts Division, Humanities Texas with umbrella support from La Peña, and other foundations, corporations and individuals throughout Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas.

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Flametree Corporation is an approved provider of Continuing Education for Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, Licensed Professional Counselors and Social Workers in Texas.
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