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Vicki Noble is a feminist shamanic healer, author, scholar and wisdom teacher. She teaches in the Women’s Spirituality Masters Program at the Institute for Transpersonal Psychology (ITP) in Palo Alto, sees private clients for astrology readings and healing sessions, and facilitates private tutorials for women in shamanic healing arts and Goddess spirituality. In her teaching she combines Buddhism, feminism, yoga, art, shamanism, and Goddess worship with a special focus on the female lineage of healers and yoginis since ancient times.
My emphasis has always been on the energetics, the awakening, the release, the ecstasy and the joy that can be got through yoga. And the stillness, being able to become quiet. Once I do an hour of yoga, then I can sit all day. Then I can be still. It becomes like a doorway. I would say its medicine.Cast Page
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