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Marinda Stopforth

Marinda Stopforth, OTR/L, CLT, CYT 500

I was born and raised in South Africa and came to the United States in 1997, working as an Occupational Therapist in KY and TX. After reading a book where The Monroe Institute was listed in the reference section, I wanted to know more and attended the Gateway Voyage in January 2000.

I returned to SA with the hope of continuing my education through TMI in order to share HemiSync in my home country. I completed TMI’s Facilitator Training Program and facilitated excursion workshops in the Johannesburg/Pretoria region.

I returned to the US in 2002 and settled in Chicago-land when I married Bob and became a residential trainer for TMI in 2008. The wisdom and sophistication of the Gateway Voyage continue to inspire and delight me. It is humbling to be trusted with this transformative journey of the Gateway participants and their group. To witness their awakening to freedom and self-mastery ignites a spirit of compassion and commitment in me to continue on my own journey as a student of consciousness and share this wisdom with my students, patients and community.

I work as a Lymphedema Therapist, am on the faculty of “Prairie Yoga Teacher Training” and teach yoga and meditation at 3 locations in our area. I am a quilter, a knitter of socks and spinner of yarn. Bob and I share the love of scuba, traveling and our dogs, Maluti (Rottweiler) and Xander (Great Dane.)

Contact Marinda Stopforth:
peekaboo1za@aol.com

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