Sharon brings a unique blend of heart wisdom and strong mind into her work. Her clear, direct facilitation style meshes seamlessly with her dynamic energy, playful exuberance, and attentive presence to create a safe and inviting space in which participants relax and reconnect to their own inner wisdom. Sharon unselfconsciously shares stories of her own spiritual journey and its challenges to remind participants that they are not alone, and that through collective inner work we can foster a powerful sense of community to support and sustain us.
Sharon has a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Auburn University and a M.A. in Liberal Studies from Duke University. She has had many incarnations as a teacher since 1990 including as a secondary mathematics teacher in southern Africa, North Carolina, and Guatemala; as a teacher trainer and online educator in North Carolina; and as a co-facilitator of healing retreats and workshops in the US and internationally with Tracey Moon in meditation, breathwork, sound healing, bodywork and reflexology. Sharon has completed trainings in Integral Education, Non-Violent Communication and Clarity Breathwork, and also reconnects to her own inner wisdom and guidance daily through her intuitive practice of sound healing.
To contact Sharon directly, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
On a side note: With a shared vision of shaking it up and waking up, Tracey and Sharon stepped out of their busy lives in the US and moved abroad, first to Lake Atitlan, Guatemala in 2011. They let go of 90% of their belongings, left their comfortable salaries and environment in the US with the intention of breaking out of cultural conditioning, diving deeper into purposeful work and a healthy way of living and working. They currently live on Lake Chapala in Ajijic, a small Mexican village in the Sierra Madre mountains.
Events with Sharon Nash, M.A.
October 8, 2018
Depression and anxiety has become an epidemic in our society with more people than ever seeking relief through both conventional and alternative methods. Trauma, loss, and the everyday challenges of daily life can create constriction and loss of connection in…