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Connie at Stonehenge
Connie Fenty has shared her love of the Earth and passion for peace with thousands of children and adults alike in her various professional roles.
As a physical education teacher, she organized numerous school-wide non-competitive Field Days featuring games that she designed to create respect for the Earth. She also created a peace curriculum called "Winning Solutions"to educate young children about respecting others, managing anger, and solving conflicts. Connie facilitated an annual Peace Week at her school and trained students to use the "Peace Maze," a labyrinth she painted on the school playground and used as a tool for solving disputes peacefully.
As founder of Your Nature Connection Seminars, Connie designs and facilitates workshops that remind her participants how time spent in nature can provide healing, wisdom, serenity, and wholeness. She has presented her workshops from coast to coast as well as in Europe. Whether facilitating a labyrinth walk, a retreat in nature, or leading a tour, Connie's programs are full of experiential activities and inspiring content.
As a member of the International Labyrinth Society, Connie has been an annual presenter at conferences held all over the country. She serves on the Society's Board of Directors. Her originally designed "Common Ground Labyrinth" was selected by the Labyrinth Society to be included in its entry to the World Trade Center Memorial Competition.
Connie's latest endeavors include teaching Yoga and leading European tours. She has developed a form of gentle Yoga practice that includes reflections on inner, outer, and world peace. Her tour of England's stone circles and historical sacred sites was praised as being "life-changing."
In all of Connie's efforts to create peace, her friendliness, compassion, enthusiasm, knowledge, and organizational abilities are evident. Participants in her teaching venues claim to feel "safe," "nurtured," and "inspired." Recreationally,
Connie enjoys dancing, snorkeling, reading, bicycling, traveling, and camping.