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Witch School

~  Explore ancient wisdom traditions, energy healing, intuition and nature-based spirituality in a skillfully held container ~

About Witch School

Witch school is a community learning experience that focuses on the exploration of energy work and energy healing, psychic energy perception, nature-based spirituality and the teachings of the ancient wisdom traditions.

My vision for this school is a small, intimate group that is held in a safe and sacred container; the kind of container that supports the building of community, learning, growth and healing.

The Curriculum

Every class is taught based on the needs of the group, so no two classes are ever the same. As a result, once you are in Witch School, you can stay in Witch School for as long as you’d like. (The minimum commitment required is one year, a.k.a. one 4 element cycle). 


Here is a list of the some of the topics that we might cover in Witch School:


  • Energy hygiene
  • Energy healing techniques
  • Psychic energy perception
  • Embodiment
  • Working with spirit guides and other helping spirits
  • Manifestation and prayer work
  • Building and tending an altar
  • Ancestral healing
  • Eastern wisdom traditions
  • Nature-based spiritual practices and healing techniques
  • Herbal medicine
  • Astrology
  • Working with crystals and other tools

Values & Purpose

Witch School is committed to creating and maintaining an intimate and powerful environment for learning and transformation.


The curriculum of Witch School is based on the premise that we are already perfect and whole exactly as we are in this moment. Therefore, the answers and healing that we seek are within us, available within our own innate wisdom. Mother Nature generously offers us support and guides us towards that wisdom when we lose our way.


We commit to examining and dismantling the paradigms that keep us disconnected, empty, isolated and out of touch with Nature and the wisdom that we carry. In doing so, we reclaim our power and heal ourselves, our families, our communities and the earth.

Possible outcomes of this training include:


  • A deeper connection to your Self, your spirituality and your intuition.
  • A more meaningful relationship with your spirit guides, allies, ancestors and All of Life.
  • A feeling of being more supported, connected and empowered in your day to day life.
  • Freedom from old, outdated patterns and ways of being that are no longer serving you.
  • The ability to create the life that you really want with more power and ease.
  • A deeper, richer and more diverse toolbox that you can draw from at any time, in any situation.
  • Connection to and belonging within a spiritual community.

You are ready for Witch School if you share...


  • A commitment to cultivating compassion and non-judgement towards yourself and others
  • A commitment to doing inner work
  • Previous experience working with me (Megan) at least once
  • An interest in spirituality, energy healing, magic, nature, and all things witchy!


Witch School is a commitment. Participants should be able to commit to being present for all of the classes (barring unforeseen circumstances, of course). 


Witch School can only contain a maximum number of 10 participants per 4 element cycle. (This helps to create that safe and sacred container).


2024 Schedule

Witch School meets on selected Saturdays, from 10am until 4 pm, for a total of 4 meetings per 4 element cycle. Our time together will consist of energy work and meditation, discussion, and various activities.

The Next 4 Element Cycle Begins April 2024!

Class one - Earth: Saturday, April 27th, 2024

Class two - Fire: Saturday, June 22nd, 2024 

Class three - Water: Saturday, September 21st, 2024 

Class four - Air: Saturday, November 2nd, 2024 

Contingency date: Saturday, January 11th, 2025 - A class on this date will only occur if we are unable to meet on one of the scheduled dates listed above due to unforeseen circumstances.


Frequently Asked Questions

Your tuition for Witch School is all-inclusive and covers:

  • Over 23 hours of classroom time
  • Herbal medicine making materials
  • Crystals, sage and other energy medicine tools 
  • Recorded mediations that you can use to practice the tools you are learning in Witch School at home
  • Delicious, organic snacks and herbal tea during our in-person classes

The tuition for one 4 element cycle of Witch School is 900 dollars (225 dollars per class), if paid in full by the time of the first class. Cash or checks are preferred if possible. If not, I will ask you to cover the credit card processing fee (this will add about 2% to your total).

Witch School also offers a pay-as-you-go rate of 245 dollars per class. This will be set up with a Square contract, which means that on the day of the class Square will automatically charge your debit or credit card.

Work Trade: There may be a couple of work trade positions available in exchange for some or all of your tuition. If you are interested in one of these positions let me know and we can talk more.

Absences: If you miss a class, you will still be expected to pay the cost of the class. (You will, of course, receive all recordings and other integration materials associated with the class that you missed.) This policy supports the safety and transformative power of a closed group. Thank you for understanding!

Refunds: Witch School does not offer any refunds.

Our time together will take place in a cozy, 30-foot diameter, fully appointed yurt situated on 3 beautiful, private acres in Sequim, WA. * 

  • * We will only be meeting in person in Sequim if the situation with the pandemic allows it. Witch School takes Covid seriously and errs on the side of caution. Witch School reserves the right to move any or all of our class(es) onto Zoom or to implement masking and / or testing and / or quarantine requests as needed.

Staying in Sequim:

If you do not live in Sequim then you may want to stay here overnight on Witch School weekends. There are many airbnb’s in the area (and there will likely be the option to share one with some of your fellow witches if you would like to).

When searching for airbnb’s, look in or near the Carlsborg neighborhood, which is where we are located.

For a more affordable and outdoorsy option, there is a great campground about 10 minutes away from our property. It’s called the Dungeness Recreation Area Campground and is open year round. It is located right next to the beautiful Dungeness Spit and Wildlife Refuge. 

Enrollment for Witch School 2024 is now open!

Witch School has a maximum of 10 students allowed in any 4 element cycle.

Enrollment for Witch School closes once Witch School is full and / or once the next 4 element cycle begins (whichever comes first).

Submit your application for Witch School here.

If you are interested in Witch School but have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me! 


The word “witch” often can elicit images of evil people (usually women) doing horrible things with black magic; In our modern, western culture witches are considered scary, dark and generally bad news.

In not-so-modern western culture, however, the word had a much different meaning; The original meaning of the word witch, many, many years ago, was someone (of any gender) who practiced Nature-based spirituality, healed both themselves and/or others and who worked with both energy and intuition.

The negative connotations around the word witch began in the early 1400’s when the Monarchies of Europe joined forces with the Roman Catholic Church, who had long decried any form of spirituality that was not their own as “satanic.” They then started persecuting people who did not conform to their rules and regulations, calling these people “witches” (whether they actually were witches or not).  Soon witch hunts, witch trials, witch lynchings and other forms of persecution of witches became common place. The word “witch” also became a convenient term for the authorities to use to describe any woman who did not oblige the patriarchal rule of the day.

Today, being a witch will not get you lynched, but it still has many negative connotations and prejudices and associated with it, and it is still often used to describe women who do not conform to patriarchal standards. Choosing to call this program “Witch School” is an attempt at a reclamation of the word, and the power associated within it.

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