Work with Me2018-11-20T23:43:23+00:00

There are a number of ways to work directly with me. You can join in on an event, a group or individual retreat, or work with me one-on-one doing stuff like Nutritional Therapy and Myth Mending.

Soft Animal :: recovering your instinctual self

Soft Animal contains 5 lessons that will prepare you for the profound process of Myth Mending: What is Trauma?, Soft Animal Orientation, The Lemniscate, Archetypal Healing Motions and Myth Mending. This  is the basis for one-on-one Myth Mending sessions if you choose to delve further. $129 Learn More

Myth Mending Intro Package

Get started with the Soft Animal e-course along with 3 one-on-one Myth Mending sessions.

Myth Mending Sessions

Buy sessions one at a time or in bulk at a discount

Myth Mending Retreats

Group Retreats run monthly

Write to Save Yourself :: somatic healing through poetic imagination

“Write to save yourself,” Athos said. “And one day you’ll write because you’ve been saved” Explore the power of writing to express and to heal. We will explore free-writing in relation to dreaming, editing in relation to trauma resolution, and form in relation to living a good life. $897 Learn More

Myth Mending Mentorship

During this 2 year program you will learn the paradigm I use in Myth Mending. Pre-requisite is the Soft Animal Package and one group retreat.

Krista Arias, MA, PhD Candidate

I am a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner®, Systemic Constellation facilitator, Theater of the Oppressed facilitator, philosophical counselor, community and archetypal psychology practitioner, nutritional therapist, birth keeper and death midwife.

I have an MA in Philosophy from the University of Toronto and an MA in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute with a concentration in Community, Liberation, and Eco-Psychologies.

I am currently a doctoral candidate in Interdisciplinary Indigenous Studies at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan where I work at the intersection of applied medical anthropology, Mexican American and Indigenous philosophy, Indigenous psychologies and creative-poetic praxis