The medicine of our time lives within the unique soul of the individual who is called to service; not in the traditions, techniques, or the institutions of higher learning.
Shayne Case is a mother, Lakota medicine person, writer, medicine maker, and an enrolled member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe.
Born of the forests in southwestern Germany and hand-fed by the prairie ghosts of her Lakota ancestry, Shayne derives her inspiration from these two disparate landscapes. She uses her innate gift of communicating with the spirits and ancestors to help guide others towards deeper understanding, growth, and healing.
In her private practice, as well as in her workshops, Shayne supports others in their evolving processes and helps them identify their own indigeneity and wisdom traditions.
In addition to her 1:1 work, she also brings forward the lineage teachings in a nine-month Mentorship Program. This nine-month online Mentorship Program is a guided soul journey through the landscapes of our mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical selves.
Through a process of storytelling, meditation, plant spirit medicine making, and other embodied practices participants will cultivate confidence and trust in themselves and the medicine that is here to be shared.
Shayne is also the founder of the Tokiamaniwin Project which aims to bring traditional plant spirit medicine to indigenous communities who need them and to conserve native plants throughout the plains areas of North America.