Gifts of the Earth: A Wellness Weekend at the Ridge

Friday, September 13, 2019 12:00 AM to Sunday, September 15, 2019 12:00 AM


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About the leader(s)

Roberta Horsman


Roberta Horsman is an herbalist, wheat weaver, floral designer, gardener, teacher and
event coordinator. She is dedicated to living a creative life, sharing her knowledge and
passion for nature with others.

She has a Masters of Arts in Expressive Therapy Degree from Lesley University. She
worked for ten years in mental health facilities with adults and adolescents using the
arts as a therapeutic tool.

She completed The Science and Art Herbology at Sage Mountain Herbal School in
1996, and Delta Gardens Flowers Essence Practitioner Program in 2002

Karen Kilty


Karen Kilty is the Program Coordinator of the Center of Spirituality and Leadership at Rolling Ridge. She is a Spiritual Director, yoga leader, Holistic Massage and Polarity Therapist , and director of Children’s Ministries at Old North Church in Marblehead.  With an understanding of body, mind and spirit she is prepared to companion those who seek a deepening of faith and an awareness of self .  Karen has been leading a New Day Yoga in Danvers, MA for 7 years.   
 

Margaret Leslie


Margaret Leslie,  MS, LMT, HTSM-CP/I, CCA; President of ISHA & Director of the HTSM Program
 
Margaret is a certified Healing Touch Spiritual Ministry Practitioner/Instructor and Certified Clinical Aromatherapist with 25-years’ experience as a School Psychologist. Since her first class in Healing Touch, she has felt called to teach this work and spread healing wherever possible. In 1996, she began coordinating Healing Touch, Healing Touch Spiritual Ministry and Clinical Aromatherapy classes in the Knoxville area and has led retreats and offered healing sessions through local churches.  For over 20 years, she has maintained a private practice in Knoxville and Dandridge, TN. Bountiful Health Magazine published her article on Healing Touch in the treatment of breast cancer. 
As President of ISHA and Director of HTSM, Margaret’s dream is to see this work being taught in areas of need, such as with Veterans, on Indian reservations, in housing projects and in areas of crisis. She volunteers to teach this work in third world areas and shares in the Healing Ministry of her church.