Workshop Series: The Art of Healing with Ancient Ritual Postures


Our world is in profound need of healing and we, too, need support in finding a new balance in our bodies and our lives. This LIVE online group will guide you in deepening your ability to practice spiritual healing based on Ancient Ritual Postures. The two-hour sessions will include a teaching about some aspect of spiritual healing, an introduction to one of the Ancient Ritual Healing Postures in the Oracle card deck – including its history, the details of holding that posture and how to best use it for spiritual healing – and an experience of the ritual with that posture, with time to process what you experienced.

In the month between sessions, practice exercises will help you integrate your experience into a growing capacity for spiritual Healing.

PLEASE NOTE: This group is intended for people who have been introduced to the Cuyamungue Method for using Ancient Ritual Postures.  If you have any questions about your eligibility for the group, please contact me at

All ten online sessions are held on the third Friday of every month from 3pm 5:00 pm EST beginning February 19 through November 29, 2021.

Zoom link and details to follow registration.

I’m looking forward to deepening our relationship with the Spirits and their wisdom.


“For those of us drawn to embodied spirituality, this gorgeous oracular card set is a profound gift. For each divinity, Belinda guides us into a specific ancient body posture which we hold for 15 minutes. Then we are invited to journal our experience of this inner state, and amplify it with her poem, her original fiber collage card and her guidance to further explore this essence.

“This gathering of ancient body prayers from throughout the world, paired with oracular cards, and original poems draws us into the essence of the many divinities who are the expressions of the One.”  — Maren T. Hansen, Ph.D.

Maren Tonder Hansen holds a Ph.D. in Psychology and is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister. She is a founding member of Pacifica Graduate Institute, serving on the Board of Trustees (ex-officio) and faculty. She is the author of Mother Mysteries and Teachers of Myth.