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You’re invited to an Ann Mortifee and Sherill Miller Workshop, April 23 in Victoria.
CREATIVELY UNITED FOR THE PLANET is hosting its 6th annual celebration of community and Earth Day, and Sherrill and I are honoured to be participating in this great event. We’re presenting a day-long workshop called SOUL FOOD: A Day of Creativity and Magic, and if you can join us, be sure to bring a notebook, a water bottle, and your passion for change and possibility.
Space is limited, so please register soon.
Link HERE to register. Although this ticketed event is already very reasonably priced, we are offering you this special discount code for registration: Leadership
Sunday, April 23, 10 am – 4 pm at the Victoria TM Centre, #202-1842 Oak Bay Ave
Join long-time friends Ann Mortifee & Sherrill Miller to celebrate change and possibility, using music, images, story and deep conversation to open a portal to your inner landscape, your wellspring of creativity and personal wisdom.
Ann Mortifee’s presence brings magic and vitality to any gathering. Drawing on spiritual traditions around the world, she reveals the intuitive wisdom at the heart of the feminine spirit – in both women and men. Years as a concert artist performing solo or with the likes of Harry Belafonte, John Denver and her late husband, Paul Horn, composing musicals, film and ballet scores, singing with symphony orchestras, one-woman shows, inspirational CD’s and books, all led to being honoured with the prestigious Order of Canada, and the YWCA Woman of Distinction Award, for her outstanding contribution to the performing and healing arts.
Sherrill Miller uses symbolic, artistic, psychological and spiritual concepts to assist individuals and groups in discovering deeper ways of understanding their lives. Working with the mystical images portrayed by her late husband, renowned Canadian photographer Courtney Milne, she guides participants to move from knowledge to wisdom, using a “Landscapes of Consciousness” process evolved through years of creative exploration and photography of sacred places around the world. This work is about navigating through the mystery of life in a more meaningful way.