Sedona area outdoor circles and programs are available–we will follow CDC recommended safety practices.
On-line mentoring in mystic nature connection, insight pathways and ceremonial practices available to develop skills to enhance your life where you are.
“In a lifetime of studying the art and science of human development, I have found no more powerful, practical, and evolutionary practice than the mystic path.” (Jean Houston)
These programs can be converted to On-Line personalized retreats for 1 or more people for those of you who prefer to expand your horizons from home during this time.
You receive teaching, mentoring, feedback. We do shamanic journeys and other insight pathways skills development and ceremonies, lucid dream work and more. In between sessions, there are study sheets and practices for you to do to integrate and activate these skills.
Time frame: you can do this over a weekend or spread it out over several days or weeks.
Prices will be discounted from the in-person rates.
Travel to Hopi, Navajo and other Southwest tribal lands is closed at this time and families are staying at home for their safety and well being.
Your monetary support is welcome to help us provide boxes of hygiene and food supplies to families in Hopi villages.
Donations link and more info at our non-profit, all-volunteer Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects.
Expand Horizons, Mystic Vision Retreats
Sedona Vision Quest Retreat
Spring Renewal Retreats
Fall Retreats: Sept., Oct. Nov.
Winter Solstice Retreat
New Years Eve & Day Ceremonies
Oct. 31: Halloween Full Moon Mystic Insights and Ceremony Circle
Option to adapt programs to do on-line and/or at other dates.
see Calendar: more programs, celestial timings
Her informed passion, knowledge of the land and the peoples, mystical understandings, intuition and warm welcome create a bridge for you to enter these worlds.
A native of this land from an Arizona pioneer family, Sandra draws on a lifetime’s experience of exploring the Southwest, listening to and being inspired by Nature and the mystic path of direct knowing, and sharing in friendship and respect with indigenous Peoples. She resonates with the vibrant energies of a land alive with stories, sun and rocks that speak to us and renew life.
Sandra creates authentic, personalized experiences for individuals and groups from around the world. In Sedona she offers personal growth retreats and seminars in nature. She consults with visitors to create independent travel cultural experiences with warm-hearted, wise hosts at Hopi and Navajo that begin with a Sedona in-depth introduction.
Prior to 1991, Sandra has been a teacher in rural Arizona, a natural resource manager in Alaska, forest service fire look-out, land developer, conservationist, and has worked for and with Native American groups.