Eren Martin-Beat, Ed. S.
Teacher of Seraphic Wisdom
Certified to Teach:
The Seraph’s Love and Faith
7 Ways to Create Family Harmony With Love
The Seraphim Gaia Link Planetary Development Meditation
Seraphim Gaia Link Matrix of Light Meditation
Located in Las Vegas, Nevada
Offers Teleconference classes
Eren created Earth Angels’ Sanctuary & Learning Center and Earth Angels Network. Both organizations offered mindfulness learning disciplines that center around youth. It supported children with a strong emphasis on family unity, community collaboration, and living in balance with one’s core values. The group hosted an internet radio show called “Earth Angels with Eren” which supported families with mindfulness practices and learning from professional experts. Her unique work with children and parents has allowed her to co-create 7 Ways to Create Family Harmony with Love: Building a Rainbow Bridge between Parent and Child.
In addition, Eren is an Educator and Instructional Coach for grades Kindergarten to High School Sciences at a public charter school in Las Vegas. She is very involved in arts-integration, multicultural education, and leadership cultivation. She actively engages in arts-integration Professional Development with the Smith’s Center and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. She was a former Equity and Diversity Liaison with Clark County School District. Her responsibility was to engage school staff with equitable teaching, cultural competency issues, and diversity inclusiveness within the classrooms. She mentors new and current teachers, develops student-teachers/practicum students from the University of Nevada – Las Vegas, and sits as the Science department chair.
Eren has four degrees: Bachelor’s of Science in Marine Biology from Southwestern College, Master’s in Metaphysical Sciences from University of Metaphysical Sciences, Master’s in Education – Curriculum & Instruction from University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), and an Education Specialists – Educational Leadership from NOVA Southeastern University (NOVA). She is a member of the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), Project Lead the Way (PLTW), and National Association of Professional Women (NAPW). She resides in Las Vegas with her husband and two children. They are members of the Las Vegas Hawaiian Civic Club and Hālau Na Lei O Kahikilani which focuses on maintaining and perpetuating the teachings, philosophies, practices, and traditions of Native Hawaiian culture through the ancient art of Hula and language.