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First workshop filming for tantra documentary "Hearts Cracked Open."

Marcia Singer trained at U.C. Berkeley to lead small groups, therapeutically and socially. Over the years, she has become a deft facilitator, able to discern when to take the educational lead, and when to draw out others: their questions, hopes and dreams --and wisdom.

A few notable highs in her history of Group Work were teaching “comedic improv” classes for older adults; taking her Tao of Play to cable TV; teaching an “Overcoming Shyness” class and countless improvisational play workshops, including for two community theaters in northern California, and getting a rave review for her keynote presentation for the Northern CA Council of Activity Coordinators (NCCAC).

Marcia also wants to spotlight those who joined her for: years of mindfulness meditation and stress reduction skill building; for sexual healing and codependency relief; metaphysics and creativity courses for OLLI Santa Barbara (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute); years of women's wisdom circles --“crone" (crowning glory) circles. Last, she cites a loving, lasting memory of co-leading a workshop for caregivers with her author/activist sister, Beth Witrogen (McLeod) Tuitasi.

(see resume & curriculum vitae)

Last and definitely not least was instigating the ground-breaking Tantra-for-women documentary, “Hearts Cracked Open,” made with film-maker Betsy Kalin (and her partner Candy) in 2005. It just took off, and after so many fabulous contributions, and hundreds (?) of hours of editing, there it is.

This photo is from the filming of the first workshop for HCO. I am demonstrating a "fire breath orgasm," as I receive healing energies from the participants.