Marc Bourdelle:  A grandfather -- married to Stephanie Bourdelle for 30 years.  Professional  Creative Hypno-
therapist, Farmer, Acting teacher- and Actor; former member of The West Coast Ensemble, The Working Theater Company,
Actors Equity Association [Actor's Equity], American TV & Radio Artists [AFTRA], and Laborers International Union.

Marc holds certifications in Ericsonian Hypnotherapy, Clinical Hypnotherapy, Shamanic-Alchemical Hypnotherapy, Sports
Hypnosis, an NLP Practitioner and NLP Master Practitioner; Foundation training in Denis-Shawn Movement.  Some of the
teachers Marc has trained directly with are: Marilyn Fried, Walter Lott, Alan Miller, John Lehne, Lee Strasberg, Bobby
Lewis, William Esper, Minor White, Maria Yraceburu, Dr. Lawrence Hatterer, Dr. Svarna Wilkens, Grandmother Doris
Minckler [Morning Dove], extensively  with Taoist/Chinese teachers and with macrobiotic teacher Michio Kushi.  Marc's
mother, Eva -- a professional music teacher, therapist and musician -- believed passionately that developing and protecting
a child's imagination was paramount.   Marc was a  member of the NYU Teacher Training Company -- The Working
Theater.  After developing his acting craft for nearly a decade, Marc was invited into the Working Theater Company, and
The West Coast Ensemble.  Sidelined shortly afterward by two successive sports injuries that halted his acting career,
Marc, after having pursued studies in Expressive  and Holistic Arts for decades, began coaching/teaching in 1994.  

Marc has instructed at:
    Bard College (5 yrs), Simon's Rock College, Vassar College, Omega Institute, Northern Duchess Hospital, Memorial
    Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center's Alternative Health Center, and Angel Hill Wellness Center.
We do not heal, cure, diagnose, prescribe treatment, nor treat illness or imbalances.  This is not to be construed as legal
advice.  We do not teach martial arts, combat training, nor competitive anything.

PHONE:   802-525-1234                                                  e-Mail: marcbourdelle@yahoo.com
Our happiness, our sufferings, our anger, are all us.  
We  can learn to embrace all parts of ourselves--in
the spirit of non-duality.  We can learn not to turn
ourselves into a dualistic for/against battleground.  
We  can discover/learn that all parts of ourselves
share an inner positive intention at our core level.  
We can learn that our unwholesome aspects can be
accepted, and then creatively transformed into our
very best of allies.