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When Nature Sings


Dr. Ana Maria Tekina-eiru Maynard is a blood descendant of the indigenous Tainos from Boriken (Puerto Rico). Her family-line dates back 6000 years to the Arcaicos (Ancient Ones), the Island's earliest inhabitants.

Tekina-eiru is a Master Certified Spiritual Life and Dreamwork Coach, trained by the International Coach Federation since 2016 (credentialed ICF ACC). As a Dreamwork Coach, she helps those in need of Personal Transformation discover the important messages they receive through dreams. She is an experienced Group and Laser Coach. Dr. Maynard received her ICF master certified coach training from the World Coach Institute and ICF certified DreamWork coaching under William Sharon.

Tekina-eiru is passionate about helping Healthcare/Helping Professionals facing compassion fatigue and burnout build time for self-care. She has complemented her ICF training with professional development in holistic and integrated health, stress management, and ecotherapy. She is currently enrolled in a 48-hour Pastoral Care Specialist training program provided by the ACPE (Association for Clinical Pastoral Education). Delivered by Aaron Pawelek, the program provides basic knowledge of mental health and the skills pastoral caregivers in faith communities need to help others effectively, ethically, and safely.

Tekina-eiru's interactive workshops based in her published book -- When Nature Sings: A Taino Journey. -- remind us that Nature enjoys communicating with humanity through experiences that bring meaning to life. Through keynotes, workshops, videos and photo blogs she shares this message with everyone!

Tekina-eiru is a consecrated Naguety (Elder) and Spiritual Leader of -- Yara Taino & Guaytiao -- an active indigenous community who celebrate heritage and share life-ways on how we live in relationship with Nature. She is a Tekina -- a Teacher of Taino traditions and writer of ceremonial music and dance.

Dr. Maynard is an innovator (11 patents) holding a doctorate in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon. She is the Founding Executive & Artistic Director of the Puerto Rican Cultural Center, a community bonded like Family under the umbrella of cultural arts and traditions. Her combined expertise is unique in Texas and the Southwest. She brings impact when creative, outside-the-box invention and her multi-disciplinary combination of skills will differentiate.

In Austin? Let's have a session over Puerto Rican coffee on my peaceful back porch in "The Little Forest"!

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