Faculty - The Transformation Game® Facilitators Training
Megan Schuknecht

Mary Inglis has lived at the Findhorn Community for the last 40 years, and has been involved with the Transformation Game since its beginnings in 1976. She is managing director of InnerLinks UK, and works internationally with designing and delivering seminars and facilitator trainings in various versions of the Transformation Game, as well as with other approaches to personal and spiritual development. InnerLinks Associates researches and develops Transformation Game products, courses and trainings, as well as providing counseling, seminars and trainings which encourage personal creativity and team and organisational learning and development.

The core of Mary's work is to do with exploring capacities for wholeness within ourselves and in relation to the world around us, and with engaging with the path of our personal calling, as well as the calling of the world and our times. Her work encourages people to connect with their own authentic presence, journey and contribution, and to engage with their own generative core.

Judy McAllister Judy McAllister is a Canadian who transplanted herself to Findhorn in 1977. As a staff member of the Foundation she worked primarily in the areas of education and personnel. She was the first woman to be appointed Foundation Focaliser, and also served as a Trustee and member of the Board of New Findhorn Directions (the trading arm of the Foundation). One of the original group of Game Guides, she has nearly 35 years of experience with various versions of The Game of Transformation, bringing all that experience to her work as a trainer. Her passions revolve around the areas of personal and spiritual development. After nearly 28 years in the Foundation she turned her focus to traveling and teaching. A long term associate of Dorothy Maclean, she compiled and edited Come Closer, a collection of Dorothy's early messages, and co-authored, with two Dutch colleagues, another book entitled Earth Fever - Living Consciously with Climate Change which was awarded a Nautilus Silver Award in 2011. To quote a previous participant in the Facilitator's Training "It is a rare treat to work with someone with such mastery of her chosen craft."
Angela Morton Angela Morton has been involved with the Transformation Game for more than 20 years and she loves to train others to become facilitators for this wonderful tool. Her teaching style is motivating and empowering and driven by her passion to see the trainees succeed. Angela lived and worked in the Findhorn Foundation for 16 years, during which time she was a member of the Foundation's educational faculty. Since 1998 she runs her own business, working internationally as a consultant, trainer, coach and course designer. Angela conducts Transformation Game Facilitators' Trainings in English and German; in other languages she works with a translator. As a trainer she brings with her years of experience, a wealth of knowledge and a profound understanding of human nature.
Bettina Bettina Jesperson was born in Brazil, raised by European parents and educated in a British school, Bettina values the contributions that each individual brings to a training setting. She met the Game in Findhorn over 20 years ago, trained in Brazil with Kathy Tyler and Mary Inglis, and subsequently made Findhorn her home. She has run trainings in English and in Portuguese, facilitates the box, Solo and Group versions, and is a chronicler for the original version. She brings clarity, grounding as well as a sense of calm and spaciousness to trainings. In her 14 years working within the Findhorn Foundation she worked mainly in Education and management. Former Chair of ?Management of the Findhorn Foundation?,? she currently explores and teaches different movement modalities: Open Floor and 5 Rhythms. She lives in the Soillse co-housing project with her husband and young daughter.
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