Sherry Boatright

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About The Teacher

A lifelong resident of the Southeastern US, Sherry received a calling to her spiritual path through Nahuatl shaman Don Lucio Campos in the central Mexican highlands in 1999 and was initiated as a quiatizques (woman bringer of rain) in this traditional path. From this she became devoted to bringing fire and spirit into community and the world. She became a Firekeeper and participated in growing the Sacred Fire Community by hosting the very first Firekeeper training at her home. Soon thereafter, she was asked to develop the Lifeways series of programs grounded in the human life stages and is now working to evolve those into a comprehensive whole called Life Cycle Living.

Sherry was educated and trained as a psychotherapist and had a private practice where she was involved for many years with facilitating women’s groups. She helped to create the Ukalái Women’s Gathering and has offered that program in the US, Australia and the UK. She is presently in the process of becoming a tepahtiani, or healer in the Nahuatl tradition. Sherry continues to host community fires and is grateful for the blessings that Sacred Fire has brought into her life.

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