The Rose Limpia, a traditional Mexican ceremony of healing is being offered on November 6th in Santa Fe, New Mexico with Dr. Diane Martinez-Hursh.
Liz Forrest is a teacher of the Toltec practices.
Offering Toltec teachings for over two decades, as she has learned them, is a contribution Liz is passionate to provide her students. As a teacher Liz Forrest is dedicated to encouraging people to live their full potential.
Liz was introduced to the Toltec Path by don Miguel Ruiz Sr., author of The Four Agreements and Bernadette Vigil, author of The Mastery of Awareness. Liz apprenticed with Bernadette Vigil for 10 years and began teaching in 1996.
Liz received Teacher Certification Training from don Miguel Ruiz Sr. from 2002-2004.
In 2004 Liz received permission to lead Power Journeys to Teotihuacan, Mexico, the home of the Toltecs.
Liz co-founded The Kiva of Salt Spring Island, a Toltec centre providing classes, workshops and ceremonies for over a decade.
During her apprenticeship Liz Forrest was introduced to the Cervantes, an Indigenous Toltec family who have lived in Teotihuacan for generations. For more than two decades Valentin Cervantes and family have welcomed Liz into their family and shared their culture, ceremonies and love of their heritage. In a 2017 ceremony with Valentin Cervantes, family and community, Liz Forrest was given the titles of “Mujer del Fuego” and Ambassador of Teotihuacan and the Toltec Teachings.
“These teachings have been the missing element in my own healing. They are powerful practices that have withstood two thousand years to be here with us today, in these current fast paced times. They offer brilliant guidance and sustainable wellbeing in our modern world. I am honoured to share with students and assist people to reclaim their personal power.” -Liz Forrest
Liz Forrest teaches online classes via Zoom, on-going in-person classes in Vancouver and Salt Spring Island BC, periodic classes in other locations, and leads journeys to the Pyramids of Teotihuacan, Mexico.