"One of the most intensely beautiful and powerful events I have ever experienced.
Lara has a true gift for bringing people together in peace, love and unity."
My name is Lara Lwin Treadaway. I have been facilitating healing and transformation with individuals, couples, groups, and communities for almost two decades. My work is trauma-aware, somatic-focused, and earth-honoring and draws from a wide range of modalities, including energy psychology, parts work, spiritual perspectives, trauma resolution, sacred grief work, and ritual practices. My aim is to foster a state of radical compassion and deep belonging through the cultivation of greater courage, compassion, and connection within ourselves, between each other, and with the more-than-human world. In this way we build resilience for the sacred journey of metabolizing our pain into medicine for our world.
I am of mixed race and in my sixth decade. Originally from the UK, I have lived on the West Coast of the US since 2012, living nomadically and simply for much of that time. I am the grateful guardian of two magical four-leggeds; Storm, a mustang mare who was captured from her wild homelands in South Eastern Oregon by the BLM (Bureau of Land Management) and suffered many years of abuse and neglect from other humans before we found each other, and Saoirse (SEER-sha), a female burro also captured and taken from her wild lands in Eastern Nevada. These natural born healers have much to teach about navigating grief and trauma, reconnecting with the natural world, and reclaiming joy and vitality after profound loss. I offer single and multiple day healing journeys packing in the wilderness with Saoirse. You can read more about Storm and Saoirse here.
“Those who undertake the full journey into their grief come back carrying medicine for the world.”