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Bettina Straub

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Bettina Straub (she/her) is a creative and rooted rites of passage guide. She brings earth
ceremony, body awareness, and mindfulness to her work. Her intuitive approach is enriched by
years of experience creating safe and empowering spaces for collective exploration and
awakening.

She is a trained mental health counselor and meditation instructor, having lead wilderness field
programs and academic courses with Naropa University, organized meditation retreats, offered
dance evenings and worked with individuals and groups in her private practice. She is a certified
Wilderness First Responder.

Bettina’s relationship with rites of passage work was born during her initiation into womanhood
at age 18, which fostered a creative and international life path. Originally from Germany, her
ancestral heritage has contributed to a deep interest in working with intergenerational and
collective trauma. Now, she calls Colorado home, weaving her work into its wild landscapes to
cultivate somatic expression, rewilding and inner trust on this shared human journey.

Email: [email protected]

GUIDE'S UPCOMING PROGRAMS

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Healing Ancestral Trauma through Nature, Ritual, and Community

When we heal our roots, we open up new possibilities for our future. –Thomas Hubl Ancestral Trauma Welcome to our investigation of ancestral trauma. We hold this as a sacred exploration of what often has no words. We trust in our human capacity to heal…

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CO Women’s Fast

Since time immemorial, women have gathered to celebrate, honor and support life. In doing so we form a sisterhood deeply rooted in our own authentic nature.

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Open Desert, Open Mind

During the first four days together, we will weave together a tapestry of inner and outer exploration.  Mornings will be a mix of sitting practice and council time for stories about what is coming up while sitting, with each successive morning becoming more silent than...

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CO Women’s Fast

Since time immemorial, women have gathered to celebrate, honor and support life. In doing so we form a sisterhood deeply rooted in our own authentic nature.

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Healing Ancestral Trauma through Nature, Ritual, and Community

When we heal our roots, we open up new possibilities for our future. –Thomas Hubl Ancestral Trauma Welcome to our investigation of ancestral trauma. We hold this as a sacred exploration of what often has no words. We trust in our human capacity to heal…

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