"The heart is the inner face of your life.The human journey strives to make this inner face beautiful. It is here that love gathers within you."
- John O'Donohue
"What we really need in this time is people who see, people who presence and people who participate in the current process – we call this 'global social witnessing'. To be a witness of our time [...] means that I am precisely watching my feeling awareness of being a responsible citizen of this world."
- Thomas Hübl
Kaeza circulates the worlds of music, dance, sacred ritual and community experiences. She finds joy performing, teaching, composing, directing, facilitating sacred circle dance and other creative or contemplative group activities, as well as coordinating festivals, summits and special events. Like many, she feels deeply the call to be a global citizen, helping people connect in meaningful ways.
Kaeza serves as Interim Music Director at First Parish Brewster Unitarian Universalist. She is Assistant Editor of Christine Cacioppo Piano Books, volunteer Outreach and Development Director at Colors In Motion™, volunteer Director of Communication at MEER (Mirrors for Earth's Energy Rebalancing), does website and newsletter design for organizations and helps friends to realize their dreams. She is part of a vibrant, committed team building the Sacred Circle Dance movement globally. She has a Masters in Music from The Hartt School.
Kaeza relishes quiet moments in natural settings, is enlivened by intimate conversation, feels passionate about sustainability and loves to ride her bike with no hands!
Sacred circle dance, also called global circle dance, uses simple steps in sequences to invite us into a deep realm of interconnection, inner balance and flow. Kaeza has facilitated groups of many sizes and would love to lead you at your workplace, home or special gathering!