Courtney Dukelow
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Shine a Light Annual Yoga Fundraising at Ashland Hills Hotel

January 28, 2018 from 5pm to 7pm
Please join us on January 28th at 5:00pm at Ashland Hills Hotel for our “Shine a Light” annual yoga fundraising event. This event is to help shine a light for the millions of children, teens and women living in the shadows of sexual abuse, exploitation and sex trafficking and the commercial sex industry. The wake of Harvey Weinstein’s sexual allegations birthed a worldwide movement.  Victims of sexual assault are speaking out. This ‘me too’ has arisen with enough collective power to push…See More
Jan 10
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Shine a Light Annual Yoga Fundraising at Ashland Hills Hotel

January 28, 2018 from 5pm to 7pm
Please join us on January 28th at 5:00pm at Ashland Hills Hotel for our “Shine a Light” annual yoga fundraising event. This event is to help shine a light for the millions of children, teens and women living in the shadows of sexual abuse, exploitation and sex trafficking and the commercial sex industry. The wake of Harvey Weinstein’s sexual allegations birthed a worldwide movement.  Victims of sexual assault are speaking out. This ‘me too’ has arisen with enough collective power to push…See More
Jan 10
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Grief Writing Group at Ashland Public Library

October 28, 2017 from 2:45pm to 5pm
We are not immune to the devastations of these times. How do we strengthen our resilence? How do we stay keep our hearts open during these times? Is there a hidden potential during these times? These times can pierce our heart open to the essential realization shared by Thomas Merton. “We do not exist for ourselves alone, and it is only when we are fully convinced of this fact that we begin to love ourselves properly and thus also love others.” I believe learning how to intimately engage with…See More
Oct 22, 2017
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I just moved back to the area last May. I lived here for a few years before that. Incredible friends, the beauty of this land, the lifestyle and friendly community, Ashland creek, and Mt. Shasta brought me back and keep me here.
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Monthly or bi-monthly Andean ceremonies, energy healing and bodywork.
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Healing energy work and bodywork, sacred ceremonies, one-day events, and journeys to Peru
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I have to think about that one. There are so many!
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http://www.courtneydukelow.com

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