Victoria M. Rosen, MBA, MFA — is a Shamanic Healing Practitioner, Interdisciplinary Arts & Social Justice Educator, LGBTQ Activist, Poet, and Performance Artist who proudly offers her shamanic healing services as a steward and wisdom keeper trained in the practices of the Andean shamanic tradition.
A graduate of the Four Winds Society Healing Light Body School, the Gaia School of Healing and Earth Education, and a former Presidential Merit Scholar at Antioch University—where she earned her MBA in Sustainability—Victoria has spent the last ten years exploring the relationship between healing, creative ceremonial performance, activism, racial consciousness, environmental justice, and traditional indigenous healing practice.
She has taught and co-presented interdisciplinary arts, healing, and social justice workshops at numerous venues throughout New England and the greater Northeast area, including multiple educational programs at Mount Holyoke College and Hampshire College. In 2013, she was chosen to present her work at the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education in New Orleans alongside fellow poet and esteemed colleague Diana Alvarez.
Victoria is deeply honored to walk with and share the medicine of the Andean shamanic healing tradition. Her greatest joy is calling upon this phenomenal medicine to ignite, empower, and reawaken people’s capacity to step into the center of their most profound embodied selves and to learn how to source from that beautiful transformational place for the rest of their lives.
Victoria practices Andean shamanic healing at CLINIC Tuesdays 9am- 3pm.