Like Flowers Blossoming
“How has Sensory Awareness supported you this year,” I asked Jeanine Martin who only recently discovered Sensory Awareness. Listen to what Jeanine said here:
Dear Friends of Sensory Awareness,
I had the great pleasure recently of speaking with four people who regularly participated in our online sessions this year. Three of them discovered Sensory Awareness only in the wake of the pandemic.
Today, I’d like to share with you some of the conversation I had with Jeanine Martin, from Malvern, Pennsylvania. I hope you will take the time to watch the video in its entirety. It is worth it. Being new to Sensory Awareness, Jeanine captures its spirit and its relevance for our time beautifully and eloquently.
I hope her words will inspire you as much as they did me and move you to support the efforts of the Sensory Awareness Foundation with a year-end gift. It will help us to make this work known and available to many in the years to come.
You can make your donation through the form further down on this page.
You may want to celebrate the SAF’s 50th anniversary in 2021 by giving some multiple of $50 – $150, $550, $2050, $25,050: you name it, and we’re grateful for it. We are, of course, just as grateful for any smaller amounts. It will help sustain a transition period in which free online offerings continue even as paid workshops make their way back into the schedule. The purpose of the Sensory Awareness Foundation is to make this practice known and available. With your help, we will continue to do that for many years to come.
PS: You can make your donation through the form below or send us a check to
Sensory Awareness Foundation
PO Box 3298
Peterborough NH 03458
The SAF is a 501(c)3, non-profit corporation. Your donation is tax-deductible in the US.