Our Facilitators

Founding Member/Creator of Rainbow Crystal Connaction, Susan Rudd

Founding Member/Creator of Rainbow Crystal Connaction, Susan Rudd

SUSAN RUDD, Sydney’s Northern Beaches

Introducing Rainbow Crystal Connection Co-Founder/Co-Creator and children’s mindfulness expert Susan Rudd. Susan has been teaching children for 35 years and her background in performing and creative arts, including dance, drama, musicals and as an artist has helped to bring the RCC program alive. Susan’s passion as an RCC founder is to integrate mindfulness and meditation into the well-being component of all schools across Australia and beyond. Susan has been running RCC classes for 10 years and along with this has also been training teachers and school staff through professional development days, leadership days and seasonal celebrations.  She also has a background teaching adult meditation.

Term 2 Classes will run, 26th May-23rd June

Mona Vale Memorial Hall, Fridays 3-15 to 4-15

Contact us via web site  or through Facebook for more info!
During this exciting introductory course, children with permission to be photographed may be part of some exciting e -learning footage to be done for Rainbow Crystal Connection.

Kerrie ParryKerrie Parry, Sydney’s Northern Beaches

Introducing Rainbow Crystal Connection Co-Founder/Co-Creator and children’s mindfulness expert Kerrie Parry. Kerrie has been a teacher for 15 years and has been a passionate advocate for mindfulness and meditation for almost 10 years. She started incorporating meditation in her classroom practise, to help with well-being issues in certain students and was amazed to see the variety of benefits in all students. Kerrie is currently studying post-grad and specialises in working with Gifted and Talented students. Kerrie has been running RCC classes for 10 years and along with this has also been training teachers and school staff through professional development days, leadership days and seasonal celebrations. Kerrie is a passionate educator and meditator who believes that all students stand to benefit from daily mindfulness and meditation practise.

 

 

 

 

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