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Postcards from Traveling Shamans

Red Horse Tipi installed at the Shamans Desert Camp

We have two new Workstay volunteers at the Shamans Camp, Olivia and Mitch. They along with Traveling Shaman Scott Red Horse Barta and other volunteers put up the Red Horse Tipi at the Shamans Desert Camp last weekend. We will be having ceremonies and programs in the tipi until we get our ceremonial tipi. Inquire if you'd like to stay at the Red Horse tipi.

Summer Camp for Shamanic Volunteers

A core group of patrons, shamans, and volunteers are working to open the Traveling Shamans Desert Camp here in western Colorado for ceremonies with limited lodging for guests this summer. We plan to have a large tipi for ceremonial purposes, a sweat lodge, smaller tipis for volunteers and a tree house for guests.

We need volunteers who like building, landscaping, and painting murals. We're also hoping for photographers, videographers, and citizen journalists to document the process.

If you are interested in staying at the Shamans Camp to help out, please check out the Workstay Group on the website and book a webcam visit to talk about the details at We also have lodging available for paying guests at the Vounteers are included in all shamanic activities held at the camp while they are here.

Traveling Shaman Red Horse Barta Builds Medicine Wheel Gardens

Red Horse Barta will be in residence at the Traveling Shamans Desert Camp in Grand Junction for several weeks as he builds a medicine wheel garden and a tipi for the Camp. The medicine wheel is already partially built and we are planning on having fire circles there soon. Watch website at for a schedule of fire circles to be held at the Desert Camp. If you would like to help with the raising of the tipi this spring, call Julia at 970-200-LOVE.

Red Horse is also available for teaching about the medicine wheel and/or building a medicine wheel garden for you on your property.  Please connect with Red Horse on the Traveling Shamans website, if you'd like to schedule a session with him, have him build a medicine wheel garden. Red Horse may also available to travel to your area to build a medicine wheel garden for you. You can also connect with Red Horse at the Tribal Vision Festival in Taos June 29th - July 1st.

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Rape "ha-peh" Ceremony with Choying Huynh

  • Description:

    Rapé a legal sacred ​shamanic snuff medicine, which is pronounced ‘ha-peh’ in English. Also, it’s known to be casually referred to as ‘hape’, ‘hapi’ or ‘rapay” by some Western people. They are very rare, sacred, powerful, precious, profoundly…

  • Organized By: Julia Widdop

Calls to Action

Tribal Vision Festival


If you are interested in setting up camp at the festival with the Traveling Shamans from Grand Junction, please contact Julia Widdop at 970-200-LOVE. Discount tickets are available until March…

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