Denise Miller is an internationally acclaimed storytelling artist, specializing in story and song from her Native and Celtic backgrounds. She’s told stories on several continents, floating on cruise ships, on white water rafting trips and on voyageur canoes, around a campfire, on a horse drawn wagon, and on trains across the Rocky Mountains. She is an award-winning local, national, and international journalist, and she has produced a weekly radio program focusing on the elders and spiritual leaders she met on her storytelling journeys. Denise is a professional speaker, training facilitator and a certified counselor with a diploma in teaching Body-Mind Communication. Her presentation, Body Mind, Heart and Soul is a great introduction to the inherent wisdom of Canada’s Aboriginal peoples.
Denise Miller is an expert in Body-Mind Communication, the science of knowing and healing yourself. She advocates awareness, acceptance, and authentic expression as access to the potential of the true essence in each of us. Denise demonstrates that by connecting to our essence, our heart and soul are more involved in our daily choices. This is the connection that brings the distinctive vitality, passion, and juiciness to life.
Denise is an international renowned storytelling artist and a certified counselor and training facilitator. She is a professional speaker and has been an award-winning local, national, and international journalist, writing for papers, magazines and producing a weekly radio program focusing on the spiritual leaders she met on her storytelling journeys.
Denise is also an author. Her new book, The Power of Story; Communication and Motivation through Story comes from her 25 years as a storyteller. It’s a storybook and valuable reference for teachers, librarians, caregivers, health & wellness and human resources professionals.
Denise has offered presentations around the world in public performances and in schools at all levels through post secondary. She is a popular speaker and workshop facilitator particularly at conferences and professional development events for education, health and wellness, Aboriginal, library and for charitable and special needs audiences.
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