Jim and I have been teaching Tree of Life Personal Mastery Training for 10 years now and we are blessed with wonderful staff and enthusiastic students. We love the intimate atmosphere of our groups and we feel honored and privileged to journey with each and every one of you.
A heartfelt thank you and infinite gratitude to our fantastic Staff for the Tree of Life Personal Mastery training.
Lisa Winston, Craig Schroeder and Karen Bandy – THANK YOU!
These 3 wonderful souls hold space for other students to take the training and they help lead our evening rituals. Our students feel safe and held and able to move through the transformation with more ease, safety and grace with our Staff on hand.
Lisa is an award-winning photographer, a guide and mentor, a life-long student of beauty, seen and unseen. She has studied contemplative photography, spiritual psychology, energy healing, is a graduate of Nine Gates Mystery School, Tree of Life Training and is attending The Chaplaincy Institute. Lisa has traveled with her camera all over the world capturing that sweet spot where spirit and photography meet. http://ljwdivinesight.us
Craig Schroeder – Coming soon
Karen is a Spiritual Healer and Sacred Dancer who has worked with Kabbalah and the Tree of Life Training Program for the past decade. She is passionate about creating sacred space, making beautiful altars, and designing rituals. Throughout her life, Karen has traveled the world learning ancient wisdom traditions, as well as modern mystery school teachings. She is a certified practitioner of several Energy Medicine modalities, including the innovative healing technique from Damanhur called Prana Therapy. Karen weaves these together, along with her training in Plant Medicine, Aromatic Medicine, Holistic Healthcare, and Nutritional Healing to restore, attune, balance, and align the body, mind and spirit. As a life long student of dance, Karen has studied and performed sacred dance from around the world and now teaches and inspires others to embody spiritual principles, creating movement from concepts, and bringing the Sacred into form.