New Book: Ancestral Impressions

New Book: Ancestral Impressions

Ancestral Impressions is an interactive guide to a journey into the four realms of ancestral memory through the creative process. With narrative, personal reflection, and activities such as collage, writing, drawing, and painting, readers will explore the personalities, culture, and impact of genealogy on life today.

Workshops

Workshops

Workshops and E-courses designed for those who would like to delve into the realm of personal, family and spiritual exploration through creative processes. If you are new to creative inner work, you may like to check out the Workshops page to learn more. If you would like a customized workshop or retreat for your group, I may be available to come to you.

What Others Are Saying

What Others Are Saying

"(Audrey's) workshops and private sessions have helped me to recover my creative and intuitive self. I am now creating a life that sings to me." Read what people are saying about Audrey here.

Contact Audrey

Contact Audrey

Questions? Want to arrange a customized workshop for your group? Get in touch with Audrey for more information on her programs and offerings: Contact Audrey

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