Gregory Drambour shamanic healer and teacher is the founder of Sedona Sacred Journeys organization in Sedona, AZ. He has been on spiritual journey since he became sober over 30 years ago. That path leads to his interest in the Native American culture and shamanism. After immersing himself in the work of Carlos Castaneda and the powerful meeting of his animal totem in the California desert, Greg was led to the Black Hills in South Dakota, a place that felt like a long-lost home to him. His experiences with the Holy Men in the Northern Plains taught him that it is not what you do but how you do it that brings joy to your life. Greg's mission is to use his clairvoyant gifts and shamanic abilities in a deep partnership with Mother Earth to help people move forward on their journey. Gregory is a passionate advocate and supporter of the National Association to Protect Children.
Taita Cherub Queta
Cherub Queta Alvarado (Taita Cherub) in the Colombian Amazon was born in 1929 in San Antonio del Guamuéz in the department of Putumayo. (Taita is the name given to spiritual leaders and chiefs of the Colombian Amazon). He has served as spiritual leader of his community for many years and created the foundation A'I Zio- which was president from 2002 to 2004.
Llyn Roberts, MA – aka “Cedar”
A modern day mystic and spiritual ecologist, Llyn through her work inspires a deep sense of belonging with the natural world. She is a prominent teacher of healing and shamanism, and award-winning author. She was consultant to the University of Massachusetts Sustainability Initiative in Dartmouth and to Earth Train, a Panama-based non-profit organization engaged in reforestation and educational programs, and indigenous cultural preservation. Llyn is former director of the Dream Change, founded John Perkins, with whom she co-facilitated of Earth-honoring transformational programs for seventeen years. She is the founder and president of the Olympic Mountain EarthWisdom Circle, “OMEC”, dedicated to promoting a sacred and responsible relationship with the Earth (www.eomec.org).
Bradford Keeney, Ph.D
Bradford Keeney, is an internationally renowned spiritual teacher, shaman, traditional healer, creative therapist, and improvisational performer. Recognized as an ecstatic spiritual teacher and healer by numerous cultures, Keeney became a n/om-kxao (healer) with the Kalahari Bushmen.
As a fieldworker, Keeney has been called "the Marco Polo of psychology and an anthropologist of the spirit". He spent over a decade traveling the globe, living with spiritual teachers and healers who trusted him to share their words with others – modern cultures in need of elder wisdom. He is the author of Profiles of Healing and over 40 books including THE BUSHMAN WAY OF TRACKING GOD. He is the co-founder of the Keeney Institute for Healing.
Jonathan Horwitz holds an MA in anthropology. He worked as teacher and field researcher with Michael Harner and the Foundation for Shamanic Studies. He co-founded the Scandinavian Center for Shamanic Studies and has been teaching internationally. As a teacher, he helps people to understand the language of the Spirits, encouraging them to accept the power offered and to bring it back to the physical world. He is a regular contributor to Sacred Hoop magazine and the European Editor for A Journal of Contemporary Shamanism.