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Heather Bloodworth

Vocal Mindfulness

Heather holds her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin and a 2-year Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification through Sounds True, the Awareness Training Institute, and the University of California at Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center. Heather has taken intensive teacher training in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction at the University of California – San Diego and holds her 200-Hour Yoga Instructor Certification. She currently teaches Mind Body Health at West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania. With over 20 years of Health and Wellness management experience and program development, Heather created HuemanWorks, a Mindfulness company on a mission to shift the way the world breathes, thinks, moves, and feels. Heather is also a singer/songwriter and performer. Her first release, “Falling to Fly '', shares her personal story of early childhood trauma and how finding Mindfulness as a middle-aged woman not only saved her life, it has inspired her life work and passion for teaching Mindfulness and using Music as a guide for discovery and healing. 

Jenn Bennett Mintz


 Jenn first found mindfulness and a yoga mat twenty years ago, when her work called for a nomadic lifestyle, these practices became her anchor. During her travels she could find her center whether she was amidst snow covered mountains, at sea, or along the trail (and later as a balance for deskwork). She has had the honor of sharing these practices with others for a decade, offering seasonally-aligned practices in and out-of-doors, in the classroom, at her wellness sanctuary in Boston, VA, and along the surrounding hills, rivers and trails this special part of the Blue Ridge offers. 

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