Hildur Palsdottir is a certified meditation instructor, Reiki Master Teacher, Eco-minister and the co-founder of Sol Center, a nature-based healing arts center in Port Washington. Hildur took refuge in the Karma Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism in 2001, while completing her PhD in Cellular Bioenergetics at the Max-Planck Institute of Biophysics, Germany. After post-doctoral research at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory she worked as a research scientist at the New York University Medical School.
She grew up intimately connected to land in Iceland and feels passionate about rewilding, ecosystem restoration, conservation and care for both the inner and outer environment. Her personal practice is at the intersection where spirituality and science meet in the experience of Deep Ecology. Hildur completed the Shambhala Teaching Mindfulness 200-hr Certification with Dr. Shante Smalls, David Perrin, and Ethan Nichtern. She is a member of the Natural Dharma Fellowship and participates in their Margha program. She sits on the advisory board at the Center for Earth Ethics, whose mission it is to facilitate the needed moral changes in cultural consciousness and policy in order to establish a new and viable value system, based on protecting the rights of nature and well-being of all.
Hildur is an environmental educator, climate activist, community organizer and co-founder of ReWild Long Island. She is a founding steering committee member of Transition Town Port Washington and President of the Board of Trustees at The Science Museum of Long Island, where she participates in stewarding Leeds Pond Preserve, while inspiring future scientists to care for the natural world. She contributes to a weekly environmental column Earth Matters in the Island Now newspaper.
In her free time she enjoys outdoor activities with her family and friends of all species. She especially enjoys bird watching, wildlife tracking and gardening.
Hildur is a certified Mindfulness Meditation instructor, ordained interfaith minister and Reiki Master Teacher. She first experienced mindful awareness practices over two decades ago when she took refuge in Diamond Way Buddhism.
Hildur is especially interested in working with ways to resolve trauma by turning towards earth-based and elemental healing modalities. Holistic wellness depends on deepening our connection to the natural world. Realizing we’re inseparable from the natural world is the first step in healing.
Hildur offers both private and group Mindfulness Meditation teachings, Reiki Healing and Spiritual Counseling. She enjoys public speaking, especially lecturing in schools and community centers about mindful and sustainable living.
Sol Center is a Water Carrier for TreeSisters: Women Seeding Change. Treesisters are passionate about healing the wounded feminine energies within our culture while restoring health to Earth by reforesting the tropics.
We are here to awaken from our illusion of separateness.~Thich Nhat Hanh (1926 -2022)
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Adina is a Licensed Acupuncturist nationally certified in Oriental Medicine by the National Commission for Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine NCCAOM. She holds a Clinical Master Degree from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine New York and formal certifications in Medical Qi Gong, and in Korean Physical Manipulation (Kyo Jung) from the Institute of Classical Asian Studies, New York.
Adina also studied classical herbology with Jeffrey Yuen for two years in New York’s Chinatown. Since 2021, Adina is certified with American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine (ABAAHP) to provide the highest standards of care in all aspects of metabolic and longevity holistic health practices.
Adina is also a Certified Hypnotist specialized in anxiety, trauma, inner child healing and past life regression. Adina has been a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH) since 2019. To deepen her hypnosis practice, Adina trained with dr. Mario Martinez in biocognitive science and psychoneuroimmunology.
Adina has been in practice in various integrative clinical settings since 2008 and she founded Sol Center, a holistic healing center in 2017, with a focus on top-down (mind to body) approach to wellness and disease. She currently works with DR. Alina Dellanzo, a holistic dentist, to promote oral health using Bio Scan technology provided by ITH.
Adina serves as a Board Member at Interdisciplinary Society for Quantitative Research in Music and Medicine (ISQRMM).
A published author, Adina helped many create the experience of bringing back the sacred into their lives. When we nurture the interconnectedness of the web of life and tune in with the flow of nature we heal that broken connection between body, heart and mind that creates pain and suffering in today’s society, reconnecting to our true selves and purposes.
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