Do you know Sarah Spain from Mandala Cynosures? You should!

In our post yesterday, we introduced to you Sarah Spain.  Modern Muse Consulting is beyond ecstatic to partner up with Sarah for several reasons.  The most important reason is her passion for what she does and yet it doesn’t start there.  She has a long laundry list of credentials.

Sarah studied art therapy in Iowa before heading to the Southwest where she developed her fine art practice and immersed herself in the art of performance. She was head painter for the British American Theatre at Greer Garson Theatre in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Later, the Southwest Learning Center and Albuquerque Museum of Natural History sponsored her work with Xochimoki, an educational, indigenous musical performance group who toured the United States, Canada and Mexico. Sarah then pursued a scholarship to study in Japan and was drawn to the avant-garde dance form of Butoh, and performed with local dance troupes. After returning to New Mexico, she produced her own performance based on the Japanese dance experience and created accompanying prints and paintings that were exhibited in Japan. Recently, Sarah completed an eight-month journey across the United States coordinating efforts for the Great March for Climate Action, where she reconnected with the many artists, shamans and indigenous peoples she has met over the years.

Throughout her life Sarah has has made it a priority to experience a broad range of spiritual ceremonies. Among them include the Navajo sacred prayer ceremony, Chichen Itza spring equinox Sun Ceremony, Yogi Bhajan’s Peace Prayer Day, Lama Foundation’s Sufi whirling dervish ceremony, Zen mediations and Wright Way Organic Resource Center retreats. These experiences have enriched Sarah’s ability to understand personal journeys and the circle of life.

Are you excited about attending Glow! yet?  We get it!  We aren’t sure how you couldn’t be?!!!!  Visit to register today.  We still have a few openings available, but the inquiries are flooding in!  It is a first-come first-serve basis.


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