Curious about Biofield Tuning?

Take a look at this lively, informative interview with the founder of Biofield Tuning, the profound new healing work that I do. I love sharing it with clients and see the deep releasing that happens, but I also love what it’s done in my own life over the last year that I’ve been experiencing it.

Weight Loss from Within with Self-Hypnosis

To keep those pounds off, we have to change what’s going on inside, emotionally and mentally. Find out about this whole person approach to create the body you desire by using the power of your own brain. Gain new tips and imagine yourself into the healthy lifestyle you’ve been wanting!

Facilitator: Victoria Bresee, MAR, CHt, Certified SMART Recovery Facilitator
Date/Time: Sunday, May 7; 3:00-5:00pm?
Location:The People House, 3035 W. 25th Ave. Denver 80211 Loft; PH 25th
Cost: $45
Register/Information: Victoria Bresee, 720-460-0758,

She’s on the Way Back-Women’s Alcohol Recovery Support

Women drink and metabolize alcohol differently than men. So, it makes sense that what truly supports us to recover may be quite different than what men need. Find out about this new tailor-made program, with evidence-based perspectives and tools that have been demonstrated to really work for us!

Facilitator: Victoria Bresee, MAR, CHt, Certified SMART Recovery Facilitator
Date/Time: Sunday, June 25; 3:00-5:00pm
Location: The People House, 3035 W. 25th Ave. Denver 80211 Loft; PH 25th
Heart of Service: Donations to People House welcome.
Register/Information: Victoria Bresee, 720-460-0758,

Healing the Wounds of Generational Suffering

Because some of our anxieties and fears may not actually have had their start in our own lives, they are especially difficult to soothe. Learn about the new research, how Biofield Tuning can help, and gain techniques to release your inherited wounds. Time to gain a new sense of freedom!

Facilitator: Victoria Bresee, MAR, CHt
Date/Time: Sunday, July 16; 3:30-5:00pm
Location:The People House, 3035 W. 25th Ave. Denver 80211 Loft; PH 25th
Cost: $45
Register/Information: Victoria Bresee, 720-460-0758,


Gathering women over 60! Drawing upon the wisdom we’ve gained, finding our own ancient archetypes, together we will open to powerful new energies, find new bearings and be ready to embrace a new consciousness for the last great phase of our lives.

Facilitator: Victoria Bresee, MAR, CHt
Date/Time: Sunday, August 13; 3:30-5:00pm
Location:The People House, 3035 W. 25th Ave. Denver 80211 Loft; PH 25th
Cost: $35
Register/Information: Victoria Bresee, 720-460-0758,


Feel refreshed and relaxed in 20 minutes!

–and you don’t need to be a practiced yogi or meditator to enjoy the benefits.

You don’t even need to go to a class or pay a teacher with today’s audio downloads and smartphone apps.  All you need is a place where you won’t be interrupted for a short time and it can be done in any physical orientation (sitting, lying down, or even standing. Through guided imagery, breathing and body scanning, you submerge yourself into a restful, healing state that is a unique combination of alert awareness and deep relaxation-yoga nidra. Your brain waves slow to the alpha state or even theta, where you are able to tap into your subconscious mind and source of intuition, creativity and healing while remaining aware and conscious.

As you scan your body and explore sensations, emotions, and thought patterns you will be guided to move back and forth between feeling and witnessing, observing without responding, as your nervous system unwinds and comes into balance.

Through the integrative process that that balances the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, it quickly relieves anxiety and slows the fight or flight response. Stress hormones are reduced, blood pressure and heart rates decline and the metabolic system slows down.

Since Yoga Nidra has been shown to reduce levels of stress, hostility and anxiety in chronically-ill patients, veterans and school counselors it has been integrated into a program to treat vets with PTSD.

The benefits credited to Yoga Nidra practice include both psychological and physical-

  • Relief from insomnia
  • Reduction of depression and anxiety
  • Elimination of phobias
  • General improved well-being
  • Lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels
  • Improvement in immune system function
  • Pain relief
  • Asthma relief
  • Reduction in insulin dependence in diabetics

Change Your Brain, Change Your Body: Use Your Brain to Get and Keep the Body You Have Always Wanted

Change Your Brain, Change Your Body: Use Your Brain to Get and Keep the Body You Have Always Wanted by Daniel G. Amen

The key to a better body—in shape, energized, and youthful—is a healthy brain. Based on the latest medical research, as well as on Dr. Amen’s two decades of clinical practice at the re­nowned Amen Clinics, where Dr. Amen and his as­sociates pioneered the use of the most advanced brain imaging technology, Change Your Brain, Change Your Body shows you how to take the very best care of your brain.

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Each of our organs, bones and tissues have a particular resonant frequency. Vibration is the fundamental creative force of the universe. After a brief introduction to entrainment, frequencies and cymatics, experience an orchestra of sound and vibration within your own body with vocal toning, tuning forks and crystal bowls.

Take a look at this incredible demo on how sound affects everything in our environment, then come feel how the vibrations enter you and create shifts and bliss! Go to Meetup to register and for more info-MeetUp

Mapping Your Spiritual Journey

Sunday, February 19; 3:30-6:00pm    The People House-3035 W. 25th Ave., Denver CO 80211

Spiritual growth is not a linear process from unconscious to enlightened being. When we look at our lives we see many crossroads and ups and downs. Where did we totally lose our bearings? Did we realize at some point that the religious teachings we received as a child no longer worked for us? What insights did we gain along the way from roadblocks or when teachers appeared when we needed them? Explore your path and gain new understandings while having fun.

Cost: $40/person if you register by 2/16, $45 thereafter. Workshop will be canceled if there are less than 4 registered by 2/16 at 5 pm, so please make sure to register if you plan on coming.

To reserve your place, go to

For information call Victoria Bresee, 720-460-0758, or email

Your Soul; Once-Born, Twice-Born? More?

Born Again

Have you ever taken time to reflect on all the changes you’ve gone through in your spiritual journey, since your earliest view of God as a White-Haired Old Man in the Sky? Did a time come when the faith passed down from your family no longer worked for you? If that time never came and you were able to sail through life without anything shattering your faith or bringing your beliefs into question, you are what William James, in his classic work, The Varieties of Religious Experience, called “Once-Born“. You may see God as a loving, heavenly parent, who is there to hear your prayers and answer them, who showers the “Good” with blessings, like his promises of lands and wealth to Abraham.

Or, you may have hit a rocky place where you didn’t feel that God kept you safe or answered your prayers. You may have seen hypocrisy that disgusted you. Maybe your young, pure, innocent child died of a brain tumor despite the earnest prayers of your entire church congregation, and now, rather than seeing a world flooded with sunshine like you used to and the once-born, you see a world where the sun takes way long too come out after the storm. The world is more uncertain and what seemed to work in the past no longer does. You’ve seen too much tragedy befall “good” people. You no longer see God as the protective parent who keeps you “safe and dry.” So, James would say you were a “Twice-Born”, (Rabbi Kushner, Who Needs God, p. 35-36).

Many young people looked to India and the East for answers in the 60’s and now Buddhism has grown to be one of the religions in America with the most adherents. The concept of “mindfulness” is now practically mainstream.

What new paths have you taken? What pitfalls and road blocks did you encounter? What teachers came into your life when you were at a crossroads?

Actually taking crayons or markers and mapping out the whole journey is a foundational piece of my Spiritual Companionship sessions with clients or in workshops, but you can do it at home yourself. Take time to reflect and go way back in your imagination, charting the ups and downs, catastrophes, forks in the road, challenging enemies to your progress, and the appearance of spiritual teachers. Was there a dark time when you found the need to self-medicate to numb the pain? Did you find ways to connect with a higher power or guide, or tune into your own intuition or deep wisdom more clearly?

It’s a very powerful experience to go through and reflect on, but you can also use it as a springboard in your current meditation practice to explore the next steps in your journey. What I found fascinating as I redid the mapping through the years for myself, is that each time that I looked back, since by then I was in a new place along the way, different events gained significance. It’s always a fresh look at what brought us to where we are today, so leads to an even deeper appreciation for life’s journey.