Attuned Healing ~ Port Angeles

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I have begun accepting new clients in Port Angeles! I now offer energy and sound healing modalities in person at my brand new office on east 8th St. and Eunice. Contact me by phone or email to schedule: attunedhealing@gmail.com, 307-690-5308.

 

EVENTS: 

Monthly Remote Teton Reiki Circle ~ Most 4th Sundays at 6 pm PCT

All interested in meeting via Zoom to practice group and distant healing in a virtual circle of energy practitioners are welcome. These monthly circles have been very supportive and healing. No experience is needed. This is a free event. Email me, and I will send you a Zoom link to join in! attunedhealing@gmail.com

 

Centrum Writers Conference in Port Townsend July 14-21, 2024

Centrum has gifted me a scholarship to attend this year’s Writers Conference. I will be attending a morning intensive workshop with poet Matthew Olzman. Afternoons are flush with lectures and evenings with readings by our instructors, meaning beloved and recognizable poets. I also hope to read in the open mic and sell a few Potpourri books! 

See more event information on my artist/writer Facebook page.

 

ART & WRITING NEWS:

Inquire about my art and writing directly: attunedhealing@gmail.com

OncoLink cancer information website has created a series for my cancer experience poems from my unpublished poetry memoir. One will post per week with my photography, beginning July 10. The series is called, Poetry That Fits.

Port Angeles Fine Arts Center and Olympic Peninsula Authors have selected my poem, “Contrast,” to exhibit in Webster Woods’ “Poetry in the Park.” I will read my poem at the Summertide Solstice Festival, June 15. You may listen to my poem here

TulipTree Review has named my poem as “Honorable Mention,” and are publishing, “I’m Not the Heroine of Your Cancer Novel,” in its 2024 publication, Wild Women. They also selected, “Raven Woman I Am,” as a Semifinalist.

Salmon Creek Journal has accepted my poem, “When the Healer Needs Healing,” for its 2024 publication, Growing Pains.

Silver Birch has accepted a poem for its series, All About My Mother.

Amethyst Review has accepted my poem, “Filled to the Brim,” for its early summer 2024 anthology, Thin Places & Sacred Spaces.

I read my poem, “The Megalithic Circle Speaks to My Bones,” at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center‘s Celebration of Shadows, Oct. 21, 2023.

The Madrona Project has accepted my prose poem, “My Mother’s Parents Free Ranged,” for its fall 2023 publication of The Empty Bowl Cookbook.

Tidepools Magazine published my poem, “Paddling the Sweet Spot,” in its June 2023 edition. I read my poem at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center on July 18, 2023. 

Forty of my poems and twenty of my Olympic National Park photographs and a painting are published in a new compilation from the Commonplace Group of Jackson Hole: Potpourri – Prose, Poems & Pictures. (2023, Agnes Bourne Books). If you are interested in a copy or selling copies, please inquire with me.

My poem “Finding Rest in an Old Growth Forest,” has been included for a year in the open air exhibit, Under the Canopy, Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, June 2023-2024.

I read my poem The Legend of the Bell Mansion” as part of the Celebration of Shadows at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, Oct. 22, 2022.

My poem “I Have to Chase that Squirrel,” was included for a year in the open air exhibit, New Growth, Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, June 2022-2023.

My multi-media pieceFlowing Through Impermanence” appeared in a nationally juried show called Resilient & Creative at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, August-September 2021.

Also, my acrylic abstract “My Heart Grows Lighter” showed at the juried Regional Fine Art Show on September 10-30, 2021, at the Lincoln Gallery in Loveland, Colo., Thompson Valley Art League

My photography and poetry showed in the show “Nature” at the Jackson Hole Center for the Arts, April-June 2021.

 

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“It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.” ~ Antoine de Saint Exupery