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GREETINGS & NEWS FROM DELHI

February 8, 2013

Dear Friends of The Storydancer Project,

I am writing to you from Delhi, India, where it has been the coldest winter in about 40 years. Today the sun is out and there is hope for a beautiful day. Since arriving in Delhi the work has been unfolding at a non-stop pace. I had the great honor to teach at the CanSupport 12th Annual Foundation Course for Palliative Care Nurses. This took place at the All Indian Institute of Medical Services, and was attended by over 100 nurses, as well as doctors taking part in this work. We had a lively session based on the Take A Minute For Your Life™ Core Wellness Exercises, as well as some surprise moments of skipping, jumping, and moving across the floor accompanied by beautiful world music.

“Thank you for your valuable contribution to our Annual Foundation Course. It is always the most anticipated part of the programme.” – Harmala Gupta, Founder of CanSupport

Photo: TSP’s Core Wellness Trainings at the CanSupport 12th Annual Foundation Course for Palliative Care Nurses
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PARTNERSHIPS

PARTNERSHIPS

 

HOW WE PARTNER
The Storydancer Project™ (TSP) adapts its programs to the communities we serve. We are finding that our work to encourage health in body, mind and spirit can be helpful in many different situations of suffering – families and patients dealing with the devastation of cancer, school children struggling to learn, girls and women facing isolation, poverty, domestic violence and health issues, caregivers trying to find more energy to move through their day – these are just some of the circumstances into which TSP brings its rejuvenating programs. We are invited to bring our innovative approach into each partner community. A real partnership is formed that facilitates maximum learning and growth for each individual in the context of cultural

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TEACHER

TEACHER

Zuleikha is an exceptional teacher and inspires people from all walks of life. She works with healthcare practitioners, children and adults recovering from cancer, adults with mental illness, and people with difficulties in their lives. Zuleikha works with youth worldwide, offers workshops for teenage girls, and teacher trainings. She also offers specially designed programs for women, corporations, international organizations and conferences.

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