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Transformation is dependent on feminine energy, & given our place in the patriarchy, we have a special understanding of the work required. Important questions face each of us: As women, what is the source of our transformative power? How do we activate our voices? What are the tools & who are the allies? How does personal transformation support or mirror cultural transformation? What are the old & new stories of healing?
We invite you to explore these questions with us through story work, song, & ritual. Supported by the alchemical vessel of our circle, the ancestors, & the earth, we will gather to strengthen & develop our natural capacities for healing & transformation.
Dr. Catherine Svehla is an independent scholar, storyteller, artist, & activist with a PhD in Mythological Studies & Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. She explores the transformative power of myths & fairy tales through story-based classes & programs that demonstrate the relevance of mythology to contemporary life. Catherine is the founder of Mythic Mojo, where she consults with individuals on a range of mythological topics, & the host of Myth in the Mojave, a bi-weekly podcast with an international audience.
Tasya Herskovits is a sound & health practitioner, singer-songwriter, & community organizer who supports individuals & communities in working with pain & trauma through voice, song & ritual.holds a BA in Educational Psychology, & completed the Sound, Voice & Music Healing Certificate program at CIIS, & the IAST (Indigenous African Spiritual Technologies) training with Malidoma Somé.