Wednesday, June 2, 2010

For Our New USA Today Friends ~ by Deanna

We are sincerely grateful for your interest in our Sanctuary. We feel privileged to serve these beings as there is immense gratification in seeing a broken heart/spirit/body reborn.

Due to space constraints, the article failed to mention our partnership with the Animal Acupressure Training Academy, which has played a significant role in increasing the longevity and overall well-being of our residents. Providing workshops and certification at the sanctuary affords a real-world, clinical setting with animals that need healing hands and hearts. This unique partnership of the Academy and the Sanctuary offers an unparalled learning experience based in service to animals.

In addition to remarkable neighbors, we consider ourselves beyond fortunate to have an extremely talented and dedicated team, without such A Chance for Bliss simply would not be.

Rachel Chao has been with us since 2007 and brings a lifetime of equine husbandry combined with avid pursuit of the latest developments in the most natural and balanced modalities.

Lydia Patubo came to us in early 2009 with strong marketing background and natural public relations talent, combined with a resolute desire to serve the underserved animals.

Dr. Tom Wilson also joined us in early 2009, a Reiki Master with multiple certifications in holistic energy-healing modalities for humans and animals alike, complimented by a calm yet vital presence that serves to engage students in the teachings.

Judy Bugas came to us through a series of uncanny engagements and mutual acquaintances with an easily evident alignment of core philosophies coupled with a fundamental drive to engage in meaningful work.

There are many more dedicated friends, so your support means much to many. We built our Field of Dreams and stand in awe as superstars arrive to fill the field. This is a true team.

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