Equine Therapy in Huntington Beach
April 30, 2011
Hosted by Terri-Sue
An important part of living an Ayurvedic lifestyle is learning to help, heal and serve others using our unique gifts and talents. One of the most rewarding things we can do to honor our spirit is to give of our time and talents. There are many people with physical, cognitive, and social challenges who can benefit from equine therapeutic riding. Join me for this informative discussion of the many ways participants in this program can gain confidence and self esteem from this rewarding program. You may even be inspired to volunteer your time and talent to this worthwhile program.
Frame of Mind
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Frame of Mind is a program that mainly focuses on various means of obtaining a healthy, well balanced life. We will also consider the benefits of combining modern science with ancient healing practices such as Ayurveda.
We will help develop a community of people who want to enrich their lives with new ways of looking at the world and all who inhabit it. In so doing, you can create ways that we can live and work together harmoniously and peacefully for the good of mankind and our planet Earth.
If we believe that we can create peace in the world exponentially, our mission becomes to lead by positive example. If we learn to live and think healthier, we begin to explore and focus on our strengths. Once we determine what our strengths are, we can use those gifts and talents to help others to heal. Helping others fosters congeniality. Congeniality facilitates peace and love.
Terri-Sue is an elementary school teacher. She has earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and a Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction.
She began taking classes in Ayurveda at the Chopra Center in Carlsbad, California and was inspired to learn more about alternative means to heal the mind, body and spirit. Terri-Sue shares her learning experience with you as she continues to gather knowledge and a clearer understanding of how to live a healthier lifestyle through prayer, meditation, yoga, exercise and healthier nutritional choices. Although her expertise is in teaching, her journey in learning about holistic healing as well as mainstream health and wellness practices continues to unfold as she interviews various guests in their specific areas of expertise.
Her accomplishments include being named 1999 Teacher of the Year for the Long Beach Unified School District. She has also been a mentor to aspiring Cal State University student teachers. She is also a writing coach.
Terri-Sue is an aspiring author of children’s books and maintains membership in the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. She has two published poems, one of which received Honorable Mention in a nationwide contest for teachers. She has earned a certificate in Art and Creativity for Healing. Terri-Sue belongs to the Institute of Noetic Science, which promotes peaceful living globally, while learning more about each other as a human race.