Tasara has been using magical, earth-based practices as a solitary witch since the late 80’s. She began training in Core Neo-Shamanic methods in 1997 at the Foundation for Shamanic Studies.

She studied with many loving, devoted shamanic healers: Janine Ellison, Leslie Conton, John Lawrence, Besty Bergstrom, Sandra Ingerman, Tom Cowan, Anank Nunink Nunkai from Ecuador, Miguel Kavlin from Bolivia, Isa Gucciardi, Bhola Banstola from Nepal, Sangoma John Lockley from South Africa, Christiana Harle from Finland.

For decades, Tasara organized public ceremony and taught neo-shamanic spiritual courses. She drew sacred musicians and dancers together. She opened her home to circles of people for many years. It was a really good time and there was much to be grateful for.

She took a respite for a few years and wrote her book which was published in 2019, The Ancient Bones of Ceremony: Remembering the Heartfelt Ways.

In 2022, she completed her M.Ed in Instructional Design and Technology at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. 

Future courses will use these new skills to present more robust learning and sacred experiences for those seeking to further their spiritual path.

In 2023, Tasara was initiated into the 13th House Mystery School in Victoria B.C. as a black cord priestess.

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There are plans for hybrid online/in-person Spiritual Activism training. There will also be an opportunity for people to gain skills in effective community facilitation.

Given interest, there is a plan to offer an online community for a minimal fee that is focused on collective learning and ceremony and will require participation. There would be gates to areas for people with certain levels of training and/or commitment. There would be co-mentoring and opportunities for teachers to post their own classes.

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