Workshops & Retreats

Instructors


Judith Favor

Rev. Judith Favor is a seasoned spiritual director, ordained in the United Church of Christ, and teaches at Stillpoint and the Claremont School of Theology. She worships with Quakers, is a grandmother, and lives with



Judith Fein

Judith Fein has an extensive media background and has appeared on stage, screen, TV and radio. Her highly-acclaimed “immersion travel performances” are uniquely entertaining. She was a regular on “The Savvy Traveler” on national public



Mike Finders

Mike Finders a singer, songwriter, guitar-picker and professional educator transplanted to Colorado from Iowa, where he was born and raised. He has played guitar since he was 7 yrs. old, growing up in the middle



James Findlay

Rev. Dr. James D. Findlay has his doctoral training in Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, but his skills and interests are wide ranging. He has taught college and graduate level courses in the History of Christianity, both Testaments



Kelly O. Finnerty

Kelly O. Finnerty, LMFT is an artist, educator and psychotherapist with a deep appreciation for the inspiring power of the northern New Mexico landscape that she has enjoyed exploring for many years. Dedicated to the healing



Elizabeth Fishel

Elizabeth Fishel is a writer, instructor and experienced workshop leader who has taught writing at the University of California/ Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and the University of California/ Berkeley and Santa Cruz Extension programs.



Tully M Fletcher

Rev. Tully M. Fletcher IV grew up a Presbyterian in Durham, North Carolina. He attended UNC-Greensboro for undergraduate and Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA for his M.Div. graduating in 2009. Later that year he moved



Matt Flinner

Matt Flinner has made a career out of playing acoustic music in new ways. Starting out as a banjo prodigy who was playing bluegrass festivals before he entered his teens, Flinner later took up the



Trent Foltz

Trent Foltz received his Bachelor of Arts in Photography and his Bachelor of Science in Forestry from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. He worked for the National Park Service and National Forest Service before opening



Sharon Franco

Sharon Franco has lived in the Southwest for over 30 years.  She was born in Chicago and also lived in Mexico for five years working as a translator of films and articles. She currently teaches at



Sabina Fritzsche

Sabina Fritzsche is a painter, art instructor and art therapist with over 30 years experience of teaching art in Europe having had many single and group exhibitions in Europe. In teaching art, she wants to



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