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Siri Gunnarson


Siri Gunnarson (she/they) was first called to Ceremony with the School in 2009 and was deeply moved by the sense of belonging and wholeness accessible through stripping down and coming into direct contact with the world. Siri apprenticed with Gigi Coyle and others, focusing on the youth programs and Nature of Council. Siri has moved with purpose between places, projects, organizations, and programs with transformational vision including Three Creeks, Tamera, The Ojai Foundation, Ways of Council, School of Lost Borders, Soma Source, Naropa University LEAPNOW Gap Year Program, and Beyond Boundaries: an intergenerational ‘response team for our times’. Currently Siri serves on the Youth Passageways Stewardship Council and Education and Consulting Collective as well as the Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion committee for the Wilderness Guides Council. A deep believer in ‘nature as teacher’ and self-study as ways of insight into the human being, Siri is passionate about love and community, liberation and equity, embodiment and movement, and permaculture and water.

Email: [email protected]

Visit Siri’s website at: www.rewildingrelationalrites.com



Nature of Council

Council is an ancient way and modern practice whose roots are deep within the natural world, spanning diverse cultures and spiritual traditions. Sitting in circle we remember and learn to listen to the whole: the people, the place and all living things. This practice elicits…


Young Adults Wilderness Rites of Passage – Dates TBD

Dates and other logistics for this program are to be determined. For all inquiries and interest: Please contact Siri Gunnarson at [email protected] Every summer the School of Lost Borders offers a wilderness rite of passage for young people ready to confirm their entry into adulthood….