We live in a time and culture which often tells us who we are is not enough. We’re encourage to improve, often to emulate people who are “successful” such as lifestyle gurus, billionaires, and star athletes. What if who we are, right now, is perfectly enough? This is what Inky the Cat learns.
Leif has inspired thousands of participants using highly engaging, playfully transformative, and insight-producing processes. His passion is helping people to activate their leadership capacity by creatively expressing !heir most authentic selves in ways that make this world a more caring, inspiring, and fun place to live.
Linda is a wild feminine soul guide and Qoya movement teacher who has been on a quest for the last decade to reclaim her wild. She spent five years on the hero’s journey, escaping all the external cages she thought were keeping her constrained. But after changing nearly everything in her life and realizing that she still didn’t feel the wildness she most longed for, she set out on the heroine’s descent to dismantle the cage that existed within.
Randy Wall has been illustrating and designing for over 20 years. Randy and his design company, Artlab design, have worked in many different fields of art from book illustrations to designing for Chip and Pepper and B.U.M.Equipment L.A.
Raja is a former NASA asset who went after his dreams and today is living them and using his life experiences to empower others.
Alexandra is an editor with 31 years of experience and her guiding principle is “encouragement through editing.” In 2012 she started her own company, Loomis & Lyman, to help authors navigate the daunting world of self publishing. After seeing how hungry her friends in the coaching world were for knowledge about publishing, Alex started Writer’s Ed to provide nonfiction writers guidance, community, and support. Her greatest joy is helping them become authors and authorities.
Erika Cleveland is an artist, writer, and former art therapist. Her mission is to work with women at mid to late life transition whose roles and identities no longer fit and who urgently want to reconnect to their true selves. Since moving to DC from the East Coast, she started Transformative Healing dolls. For the last ten years, she’s been leading healing doll workshops and exhibiting her healing dolls in the greater DC area and beyond.
Larisa Noonan is a teacher, healer, and ritualist. In this interview we discuss how she helps people heal personal and generational trauma allowing them to live in a way that is more empowered, fulfilled, and magical. To learn more about Larisa and her work, visit: LarisaNoonan.com.
Laura Sandage is a community arts leader and performer in transition. The recently completed Earth Chapel in her backyard is her ritual container, creative retreat, and current teacher as she unfolds into new songs, writings, and reverence practices. Her life path has circled around creativity and connection, voice and vulnerability, ancestors and transformation.
Kohenet Ketzirah Lesser (she/her/hers) is a maker and teacher of the sacred arts and a corporate priestess. Through Devotaj Sacred Arts she creates Jewishly-rooted objects and artifacts that serve not only as spiritual tools in the present, but also as a dialogue between past and possible futures. Her work is rooted in Jewish mystical, magickal, healing, and folk practices across space, time, and all the worlds. She received ordination as a Kohenet from the Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute in 2009, as part of the first cohort.
You can learn more about Ketzirah on her websites: DevotojSacredArts.com and CorporatePriestess.com.