About The Teacher
Heather Straube is an optimistic spiritual teacher and guide, a mystic, a sacred space holder, writer and shamanic priestess dedicated to you activating your life's mission here on Gaia.
Heather has led/co-led over 300 events, workshops and ceremonies to help bring people together around love, cooperation, social justice, sustainability, personal development and sacred ceremony. Such appearances include weekend healing retreats, talks on ascension, 2012 celebrations, goddess ceremonies, online webinars, meetup’s, free YouTube videos, radio & television shows, interviews for local papers, written publications to casual community gatherings.
Heather has been a cultural creative, public speaker & spiritual leader for over two decades. She feels honored to share her effective, loving and radical wisdom with the people and to have fun while doing it.
Heather has a B.A. in Sociology/Gender Studies and an M.A.T. in Teaching and taught high school students at top-notched schools for more than a decade before dedicating herself to leading workshops and holding private sessions that transform people's lives.
Along with starting and directing a popular spiritual community center in Portland, OR, Heather was trained in Ryoho Usui Reiki as a Reiki Master and as a Wellness Coach in 2011. Trained by her then-husband, Eduardo Chavarria, in Curanderisma of northern Mexico, Kabbalah & Bioenergetic Therapy over the course of a decade, she has been on the shamanic priestess path ever since. She is known for her fierce dedication to her love and her work, her playful sense of humor and her clear teaching style.
Heather's vision is to share her love, her psychic insights, shamanic clearings and community events with grace, purpose and passion so that all people might get free.
"I want your cup to be full, your heart to be on fire and your vision to be unstoppable. I am committed to helping you live the life you so desire. Each person has a unique soul signature and I help you get to it with ease, grace and fierce, loving devotion."