Alice March

Alice MarchAlice March, an alum of Women At Woodstock, has been presenting her work around the world for the past two decades from Rancho La Puerta (10 years) in Tecate, Mexico, to Canada, New Zealand, Belgium, cruise ships, all over California, White House on the Family, the Los Angeles Wellness Council, Rotary clubs, and most recently at NYC Langome Health Center’s Heart Health Lecture Series. She also spoke extemporaneously at Women At Woodstock 2016 during our Grand Mastermind Session, and she elicited cheers from the room! Says Alice, “Attention is our most vital need and most abundant resource for connecting, healing, and creating our lives consciously!”

Alice was the subject recently of a beautiful article by author Steven L. Denlinger, whose memoir, How To Tie A Tie, is due to hit bookshelves soon. Alice noticed Steven while standing in line at a bakery one day, and struck up a conversation with him. They became friends, like real friends, the kind who support one another at difficult junctures in life.

We are so pleased that Alice will be leading a Flash Workshop this year at the Women At Woodstock Workshop Weekend: “ATTENTION: It’s the Problem – It’s the Solution.”

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