Workshops & Retreats

Instructors


Joanna Macy

Joanna Macy Ph. D., is a scholar of Buddhism, systems thinking and deep ecology. A respected voice in movements for peace, justice, and ecology, she interweaves her scholarship with learning from five decades of activism.



Teresa Maestas

Teresa Maestas is a 7th generation master weaver in the nationally-known Coronado family of weavers in Medanales, NM.



Maria Dolores Maestas

Maria Dolores Maestas has been a tin worker for more than 15 years specializing in tin mirror work, sconces, crosses and fine designs for retablo frames. A resident of Abiquiu, NM, she has lived in northern



Laurie Magoon

Join Laurie as she shares a powerful and playful approach to reuniting the soul with the natural world. An inspirational life coach whose wisdom, charm and joyous way of teaching have led countless students, clients and



Cal Mahin

Cal Mahin is an art educator and artist who has been teaching and making art the past forty years. Collage and assemblage are the media of choice for this artist. The unique use of hand-formed



Ray Makeever

Ray Makeever is a songwriter and performer of peace, justice and creation songs.



Jacqueline Mallegni

I came to making washi through my fascination and appreciation of Japanese aesthetics, philosophies of wabi sabi, and yûgen, and my passion for organic materials. Many years spent collecting dye plant materials for loom weaving



Gina Marie Mammano

Gina Marie Mammano is an award-winning poet. She is also the author of Camino Divina- Walking the Divine Way: A Book of Moving Meditations with Likely and Unlikely Saints published by SkyLight Paths Publishing. She



Liz Mangual

Liz Mangual listens for stories, tells stories, teaches storytelling and lives a storied life. With Tales & Trails Storytelling partner Bob Kanegis, she performs in schools, and libraries across the country and offers long term



Shelley Mann-Lev

Shelley Mann-Lev holds a Master’s Degree in Public Health and has served Northern New Mexico youth and families as the Prevention Coordinator with the Santa Fe Public Schools. In 2008, she co-founded the Santa Fe





Gary Martinez

Gary Martinez attended his first yoga class around 2012 and thanks to that wonderful teacher, and every teacher since, haṭha yoga asana has been an integral, growing aspect of hhis life.  He was so inspired by his



Jessica Maxwell

Jessica Maxwell is a graduate of the University of Oregon School of Journalism, and the author of books on flyfishing, adventure travel, and natural medicine. Roll Around Heaven is her unbidden debut into the spiritual genre and the foundation



Patricia McCabe

Woman Stands Shining (Patricia McCabe) - Co-Founder/Co-Director, with Spirit, of Stand in the Light Studio, and Joy House: The School for UnLearning. Diné Nation artist, writer, activist, living in Taos, New Mexico, USA, she carries



Christopher McCauley

Christopher McCauley is the Executive Director, Stillpoint: The Center for Christian Spirituality, in Pasadena, California. He is also a spiritual director, worships in the Episcopal Church, and leads interfaith pilgrimages. Christopher is the former chair of



Rob McClellan

Rev. Rob McClellan was born and raised in the Midwest. Rob grew up in the Presbyterian church and also had formative spiritual experiences at a large YMCA camp. Prior to coming to Westminster, he served as



Rourke McDermott

Rourke McDermott is founder of the Nonprofit, Earth Living Skills School (ELSS) and Lead Program Manager and Instructor at ELSS. At an early age Rourke understood the spiritual gifts of Nature and the Earth, he



Dorian Mcglannan

Pastor Dorian McGlannan has been an Episcopal priest for more than 25 years. Her ministry has included many retreats for women of all ages. Early in 2010, she was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer. Following almost



Lynda Reeves Mcintyre

Lynda Reeves McIntyre was trained as a painter and a dancer at the University of Massachusetts, Hunter College and Yale University. She holds a Doctorate in Aesthetics. She weaves her training in painting, dance, Buddhist



Brian McLaren

Brian D. McLaren is an author, speaker, activist, and public theologian. A former college English teacher and pastor, he is a passionate advocate for “a new kind of Christianity, ” just, generous, and working with



Tim McLaughlin

Timothy P. McLaughlin is a poet, spoken word artist, and teacher. He founded the Spoken Word Program at the Santa Fe Indian School and he and his students received numerous awards and were featured in





Marty Meade

Marty Meade has been a glass artist since 1973, studying traditional stained glass with Judy Raffael, (now known as Judy North). In 1981, she traveled to Chartres France to study with Roger Darricarrere. In 2008, she



Carol Mell

Carol Mell is a fine art photographer and digital artist who received her Bachelor of Fine Art in Dance from The Juilliard School in New York City, New York and currently lives and works in



Wayne Mell

Rev. Wayne Mell served 25 years as a Presbyterian minister until his retirement in 2014. He pastored churches on the Navajo reservation and the Mexican border in Arizona. From 2001 to 2014 Wayne served as



Carol Merrill

C.S. Merrill met Georgia O’Keeffe in August, 1973. For the following seven years she served O’Keeffe as librarian, secretary, cook, nurse, companion, confidante, reader, and caregiver. During the experience Merrill kept detailed accounts in her



Carolyn Metzler

The Rev. Carolyn Metzler is Spiritual Director for the Living School, a major program of the Center for Action and Contemplation in Albuquerque, NM, and also maintains a practice in spiritual direction out of her



Louise Minks

Louise Minks is a professional artist, author and historian who is in love with the New Mexico landscape. She teaches workshops specializing in acrylics in New England and New Mexico. She is represented in galleries



Robert Mirabal

Registration in these workshops also includes the Robert Mirabal concert. Valentine's Weekend Under the Stars Music Under the Stars packages - dinner/concert, concert only, or one-night package  Please Call 505.685.1000 ext. 0 for availability. Composer, songwriter and musician. Robert



Jeanetta Calhoun Mish

Jeanetta Calhoun Mish is a poet, writer and literary scholar; in 2009, she earned her Ph. D. in American Studies from the University of Oklahoma. She has published critical essays in Stunned into Being: Essays



Cynthia Moe-Lobeda

Dr. Cynthia Moe-Lobeda, Professor of Christian Ethics at Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary in Berkeley, has lectured or consulted in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and many parts of North America in theology, ethics and matters



Suzanne Moore

Suzanne Moore is a lettering artist and designer who combines contemporary vision with traditional scribal techniques. Born into a family of gifted inventor-engineers, raised in post-Sputnik middle America, with aptitudes in math and science, she



Robin Moore

Born in New York City to parents that were both accomplished classical musicians, Robin was initially grounded in the arts. She thought that creative expression was as vital as food. Her family soon moved upstate,



Judith Moore

Judy Moore shares the philosopy and lifestyle, 'Do what you love, love what you do— and do it playfully'. Since retiring from teaching (Kindergarten –Grade 12 and Special Education) in 2001, Judy has become a



Stephanie Moran

Stephanie Moran has lived in the West on and off since 1975, and Durango, Colorado called her back home forever, where she and her husband Dr. Andy Gulliford hike with their dog Finn. When she



Joseph Moreno

Joseph Moreno is Professor Emeritus of Music Therapy at Maryville University and Director of the Moreno Institute for the Creative Arts Therapies in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. He has long maintained an interdisciplinary approach



Maisie Morris

After retiring from the business world, Maisie became interested in Archaeology. From 1986 to 1991, Maisie worked in various field excavations, including work in California, New Mexico and Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California. Maisie found



Cheryl Muceus

Cheryl Muceus, Director of Museums at Ghost Ranch, retired. I have a BA in Anthropology from California State University, Chico (1976) and MA in Anthropology from the University of Northern Colorado (1980). I excavated at



Wayne Muller

Wayne Muller is an executive leadership mentor, therapist, minister, community advocate, consultant, public speaker, and bestselling author of several books. A graduate of Harvard Divinity School, he has spent the last thirty-five years working with



Sean Murphy

Sean lives in Taos, New Mexico, with his wife Tania Casselle, a freelance journalist, travel author and fiction writer. His third novel for Bantam/ Dell, The Time of New Weather, was released in Mass Market paperback in



Jan Myers

Jan Myers has been painting since the 1970's. Known for her love of the southwest, especially Ghost Ranch, she has had many One-Woman shows at Gallery A in Taos, plus other galleries in Arizona and Colorado. She



Becky Myers

Rebecca Myers received her BFA and MA in studio art and Native American art history. For many years, she has taught the techniques and styles of painting, sculpture, architecture and craft arts from all historical



Ched Myers

Ched Myers is an activist theologian who has worked in social change movements for 40 years. With a degree in New Testament Studies from the Graduate Theological Union, he is a popular educator who animates



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