ABOUT MELeesa Sklover Ph.D., LPC (CT.) MA-CMT, CRC, IKYTA, IAYT, ACA combines 25 years of experience in the field of spirituality, health and healing. She is a creative visionary and educator, who spent 12 years bringing integrative therapies to the mainstream at Canyon Ranch Spa, music and sound therapy to all. She is a professional singer songwriter and sacred music composer, a licensed counselor in CT practicing for 20 years. She is director of Sklover/LoveLife Productions, LLC. facilitating national learning programs/media, self journeys in eco spirituality, Self education, health and healing in the creative arts, Kundalini yoga and yoga therapy workshops. Former professor at Sacred Heart University and masters program at the Graduate Institute. She runs workshops, teaches and has offices at a Yoga Village and in Tarpon Springs,FL. She sees counseling patients in Connecticut, and does workshops at her office at New England Holistic Health, Glastonbury, CT. She lectures and runs her workshops at spas and conferences all over the world.
8 Point Model
The image of an octahedron came to me in a yoga therapy training visualization/meditation. The image of this sacred geometric pattern is used in my workshops. It conveys the primary need in life for, Love, Vitality & Self Growth. In my workshops & consulting programs I use The 8 Vows, which are to experience for oneself and towards others, Trust, Compassion, Courage, Creativity, Peace, Service. Communication & Grace as the focus of life’s journey. It is the principle behind many of the workshops, trainings & consulting work that I do.
Coffee and Cookies with My Dad My Father’s birthday is today and he is not here to have lunch with me. My obsession with restaurants is to recreate conversations with him. I look on a lake and think he would like to be with me at 82. He always made me feel like he...read more
A few years ago I had to face multiple health crises that included a major surgery and some serious postoperative complications. I was at my wits' end and the future looked uncertain. Although the body healed slowly, the whole process left me exhausted. The emotional...read more