Vicki Noble is a feminist shamanic healer, author, scholar and wisdom teacher. Born in 1947 and raised in Iowa, she awakened to the Goddess and Women's Spirituality on her arrival in Berkeley, California in 1976. Through a "shamanic healing crisis", she opened psychically to the healing, art, yoga, and divination processes that led to the creation of Motherpeace.
Since then, she has written several books, including Shakti Woman (a handbook for healers) and The Double Goddess (a history of female shamanism). She has developed a powerful ritual healing process, teaches and lectures internationally, and has led tours of women on pilgrimage to sacred Goddess sites around the world.
She teaches in the Women's Spirituality Masters program at Sophia University (formerly ITP) in Palo Alto, California.
Vicki sees private clients for astrology readings and healing sessions, and facilitates private tutorials in Santa Cruz with women interested in learning shamanic healing arts and Goddess spirituality. In her teaching she combines Buddhism, feminism, yoga, shamanism, and Goddess worship with a special focus on the female lineage of healers since ancient times.
As a mother and grandmother, Vicki has raised two daughters - Robyn and Brooke - and lives in Santa Cruz, California, with her special son Aaron Eagle, who was the subject of her book, Down Is Up for Aaron Eagle.