As a certified Shamanic Practitioner since 1993, Eve performs the traditional role of healer and “innovator,” assisting individuals and communities in making transitions that maintain or restore health, harmony and balance in times that demand change. She leads shamanic retreats, drumming circles, and individual healing and divination sessions. As a Reiki Master, she includes this ancient hands-on-healing work in her practice.
Eve Lee is a graduate of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies Three-Year Program, and has completed advanced work with the Foundation. She was trained in core shamanic practice by Michael Harner, and in soul retrieval by Sandra Ingerman.
Individual shamanic healing sessions with Eve Lee are available in person or by phone, and she offers individual and family intensives with her horses.
Eve’s workshops include Introductory and Advanced Shamanic Journeying, Divination Methods, Medicine Wheel Practice, Sacred Ceremonies and Sacred Objects, the Mastery of Awareness and the Mastery of Transformation that deepen the experience of the Toltec “path to freedom.” These sacred shamanic practices and teachings are included in her workshops and retreats.
For those interested in learning more about shamanic pratice, Eve offers her “Shamanic Path Apprenticeship” and a mentoring program for individuals exploring a shamanic way of life.
Eve B. Lee is an Advanced Instructor in Equine Facilitated Learning (EFL), and is qualified to teach horse-human relationship skills, mind-body awareness, emotional fitness, assertiveness, and authentic leadership skills. Eve offers individual and family EFL sessions and EFL workshops.
Eve completed her EFL apprenticeship with Linda Kohanov and Kathleen Barry Ingram, M. A. and she has taught advanced courses with Linda and Kathleen. Linda is the founder of Eponaquest Worldwide in Amado, AZ which is dedicated to expanding human potential through Equine Facilitated Learning and Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy. Eve is also trained in Power of the Herd EFL techniques.
An accomplished rider, Eve and her Appaloosas competed regionally and nationally, winning World and National Championships. Now retired from the show ring, her horses are participants in the Epona approach to equestrian arts.