About

Sami Aaron 

Sami Aaron and Being Onto Something are on a mission to share the message that intentional time spent in nature will bring joy and ease into your life!

Trained Nature Process FacilitatorSami is a the Director of Training and Development for The NatureProcess.  Through Being Onto Something, she is the Master Facilitator Trainer for North America and guides nature-connected facilitators to share the wisdom of The NatureProcess with others.  Read more about NatureProcess classes and retreats here.


She is the author of a companion workbook Experience Your 54 Senses, now available from Amazon.com.  In this companion guide to The Nature Process (2nd edition) you are invited on an experiential journey to discover the extent of your sensory capabilities and deepen your connection to nature.

 


KMN_LogoSami is a K-State Extension Master Naturalist through K-State Research & Extension. and offers FREE workshops in the greater Kansas City area on restoring native wildflowers to the suburban garden.  Click here to learn more! Her most endearing project is as coordinator of the team that manages the Pollinator Prairie, a gloriously restored toxic waste super-fund site in Olathe KS that’s now a 4-acre pollinator haven.


As a Registered Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance Sami specializes in Meditation, Pranayama (yoga breathing), Yoga Nidra (yoga sleep) and profound connections to the natural world via The NatureProcess.

Her teachings touch the heart of our inner nature and allow it to shine, even during times of stress, anxiety and the deepest grief. Sami’s study of these healing practices began after her older son’s suicide in 2003. Her workshops help others find the peace and centeredness that has gently nestled its way into her heart, as her grief has blossomed into a deep understanding of our intimate connection to everything.

Her Pranayama inspiration originated with her first teacher, Patricia Gray. She studied Pranayama with Sri O. P. Tiwari of the Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute in Lonavla, India.  She has completed the RYT-200 certification through the Yoga School of Therapeutics, with an emphasis on Pranayama & Meditation.


Sami offers meditation, Yoga Nidra, The NatureProcess, and mindfulness classes through Turning Point, The Center for Hope and Healing, a program of the University of Kansas Hospital.

 


She is certified as a Level 1 Instructor in Mindful Resilience for Trauma Recovery with the Veterans Yoga Project whose mission is to support recovery and resilience among veterans, active duty military, their families and our communities.


She is the author of “The Gift of Compassion” published in Chicken Soup for the Soul, Grieving and Recovery.

Read her articles in Evolving Magazine “Nature Consciousness:  A New Paradigm in Environmental Activism” and “The Most Important Thing You Can Do for Earth Day“.