Joyce Hawkes’ work spans over forty years, half of them in scientific research in cellular biology, and half in mindfulness practices, many of them grounded in indigenous healing traditions. She spent 20 years researching the impact on cells under siege from environmental pollutants, was a postdoctoral Fellow with the National Institutes of Health, a supervisory research biologist for the National Marine Fisheries, head of the Seattle based NOAA electron microscopy lab, and authored 37 scientific papers. At scientific conferences as a presenter she conversed and collaborated with distinguished colleagues world-wide.
A near-death experience in 1976 completely changed her life and she began exploring spirituality and the connection of science and spirit for healing. Joyce left the laboratory 7 years after her NDE and spent over a decade studying with native healers and shamans on their home turf. She has been in private practice for over 30 years, has a TEDx talk with over 76,000 views, and has traveled the world to present keynote addresses and teach.
Bring scrumptious holiday foods to share, but no desserts, since cake will be provided. Food should be precooked and heated. Please use disposable containers and serving utensils. If you wish, also bring gently used clothing for women and children which will be given to the Union Gospel Mission's Women and Children's Shelter.
Please arrive early if you are bringing food and donations.
Holiday Potluck set-up/clean-up volunteers needed! To volunteer to help either email Seattleiands@yahoo.com or leave a message at 206.525.5489. Thank You!
When: December 5, 2015
1:30 - 5:00 PM
Please be seated by 1:30
Where: UW Medicine
South Lake Union Campus
Orin Smith Auditorium
(same bldg as garage and elevators)
850 Republican Street
Seattle, WA 98109
*FREE GARAGE PARKING*
Directions: click here
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