the mythic feminine explored




3 courses winter to spring 2021

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Women of Soul. Women of Spirit is a luscious series of 3 wisdom courses

exploring the depths of the mythic feminine, specifically the energies of

power, intuition and voice.


All the courses are virtual-live, inquiry based and experiential through sacred storytelling, somatic practices and communion with the natural

(wild, more than human) world.


Weaving From the Fringes Storytelling Series 

is a live-online, three event storytelling series featuring 12 tellers (4 each evening) exploring stories as tools for transformation, change and regeneration.
















January 23rd – Shine - January 23 7pm CST

February 27th - Flow
March 27th – Grow

All concerts start at 7pm CST. Virtual doors open at 6:45 and access to the concert closes at 

 January Tickets Here: 

Check out the Facebook Event page for January's concert.

January 23rd - Shine

Laura Simms

Michael Williams 

Laura Berlage 

Howard Lieberman

Tracy Chipman


February 27th - Flow

Elizabeth Matson

Kevin McMullin

Coral Conant Gilles

Hears Crow


March 27th – Grow

Juliet Bruce

Lorna MacDonald Czarnoza

Vinita Bhatnagar

Su Ciampa

Check out all the tellers!


The Shifting of Shape

January 31st – 7pm CST

An evening of music and storytelling with Tim Britton and Tracy Chipman





The Shifting of Shape, is an live/online concert and homage to the deep well of music and story from the wild landscapes of Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales. The Shifting of Shape aligns us with the quickening energies of Imbolc and the regeneration of what’s to come.


Music and storytelling are set deep in our human bones and more than ever we need the evocative intelligence of these artforms to weave in, with and through the fabric of our lives and our communities linking us to the Old Ways and precious source of life beneath our feet. 


We are asking for a suggested donation of $10 -$25 per person.


 Tickets available now 

Doors open at 6:45








About the Artists:


Tim Britton

Hailed as “a phenomenon” by TIME magazine, Tim Britton is renowned for his emotive artistry on the rare Irish uillean pipes, wooden flute and tin whistle. Born into a family central to the Philadelphia folk music community, Tim has been performing with the crème de la of Irish music, since breaking onto the Celtic scene as a young prodigy over forty years ago, appearing on as many records. He has been featured on A Prairie Home Companion and All Things Considered, among many other radio and television shows. Tim is also in demand as an award winning sound engineer and producer.


Tracy Chipman

Tracy stepped onto the path of storyteller 25 years ago under an Oregon hazel tree and has never looked back.  She has listened, told and carried a lion's share of stories around the wide, wild world breathing new life into this ancient transformative art, co-creating with listeners of all ages.


From 1996 – 2004 Tracy returned time after time to Scotland’s Outer Hebrides islands with the Hebridean Folklore Project where she visited with and recorded over 40 Gaelic speaking elders.  She was gifted with many stories and given permission to share them with others. In 2016 the body of analog recordings were digitized and archived at The Digital Archive of Scottish Gaelic through the University of Glasgow.  


More events in the works so please join my mailing list and/or stay tuned!


Deepen into story...are you curious about the Big Myths, the bread crumb trail for your ancestor's folklore and/or the warp and weft of your own wild story?  Through the summer solstice I'm offering a discount on 1:1 Storytelling Coaching sessions


Now is the time to become more mythically aware, in service to your precious life, your family's, your community and the 7 generations to come. Email me for a free 30 minute consultation.

Would you like to host a storytelling house concert or online home concert? Let's talk!

"Things need not have happened to be true. Tales and dreams are the shadow-truths that will endure when mere facts are dust and ashes, and forgotten."  

                                                                                                                      ~ Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream

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