Franki Storlie is a Native Shaman who has been studying, practicing and teaching spiritual classes and working with individuals for 20 years. She partners with nature to create a safe and sacred space so that people can learn to meditate, connect to their inner-self, connect to their power animal totem guides, and find balance in a very busy and chaotic world. While her background includes Native American ancestry Franki has also worked with and received training on various spiritual teachings from other Native American shamans.
On Thursday April 3rd Franki will share some of her life experiences in learning and practicing shamanism along with metaphysical and spiritual experiences. Attendees will be invited to participate in a beautiful guided meditation with native drumming by Franki. You will also have the opportunity to learn what your animal totem guide is in relation to your birth date. Franki loves to hear about other’s experiences and will be happy to answer any questions regarding his/her spiritual pathway or other general metaphysical questions.
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