Dear Friends of Sensory Awareness,
This has been a remarkable year for Sensory Awarness. When the pandemic forced us to cancel in-person workshops, we made a bold move and offered those workshops for free online. The response was remarkable: 125 people attended our initial online weekend, demonstrating real appreciation and longing for this work. So, drawing on the skills and generosity of our community of Leaders, we set up weekly hour-long Saturday sessions, attended by 60 to 70 people every week.
Familiar faces from prior workshops; brand new faces, tipped off by a friend; people who had not been able to attend in-person workshops for years – all popped up on the zoom screens, and returned for more. Sensory Awareness is being shared more broadly and more frequently than ever before. That’s a wonderful way to go into the 50th anniversary year of the Sensory Awareness Foundation in 2021.
“How has Sensory Awareness supported you this year,”
I asked Jeanine Martin, who only recently discovered Sensory Awareness.