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Cheryl Perreault & James Salvia


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Cheryl Perreault & James Salvia, Workshop Co-facilitators, natick, ma, instructor

"The ideals that have lighted my way and time after time have given me new courage to face life cheerfully have been Kindness, Beauty, and Truth." -Albert Einstein

Workshop Co-facilitators

Cheryl Perreault
Cheryl has a background in psychology/education, creative writing, and community art. She has been facilitating programs for the arts and community including two cable tv programs at HCAM-TV including "Wake Up and Smell the Poetry," and "Meet Your Neighbor," The Mothra True Storytelling, Bittersweet True Storytelling, "Common Ground True Storytelling," The Women's Art Forum, The Labyrinth Roundtable and Speaker Series, and a number of creative writing workshops. Perreault also serves on the Hopkinton Freedom Team and is a Partakers mentor in the College Behind Bars program. Perreault is a spoken word artist often accompanied by the guitar of Steve Rapson who recorded two CDs of their collaborations. She is also a co-editor with Cynthia Franca of two anthologies offering writings by people of community. The latest book was published in 2020 and titled Hope Through Community: Words and Images in Response to a Global Pandemic.

James Salvia
James works at Boston EMS as a Deputy Superintendent with many years as an EMT and Paramedic. James has also been working in the Boston area as Energy Healer and Animal Communicator for over 20 years. Using specialized kinesiology, Native American teachings and other learned practices James has synthesized his learning into a powerful specialized communication technique that allows him to connect to both the animal and their humans on a deep level creating space to promote healing, growth, and transformation for both. His ability to touching with light gives way for divinity to shine through.