"Imagine a person who just has a knack for bringing out your gems. Someone who listens for your greatness and doesn’t get distracted by your self doubt. And in their presence, you become more articulate, creative, and in flow. This is what I experience in Leah’s realm. She is a magnet for your truth to blossom in expression. She provides the nourishment, the curiosity, the nudges, and the challenge to step into the discomfort of a new creation with trust and open-heartedness. Some may think of her as a story midwife. I consider her a creativity locksmith: able to design keys through questions and prompts that can unlock aspects who you’ve always known yourself to be but may have forgotten or lost. Come as you are into Leah’s sphere, and if you’re open, you’ll leave more at home in yourself and your expression than ever before. At least, that’s what happened with me, and I couldn’t be more grateful that Leah has graced my path."

~Carey McCray, Storyteller in the 2020 Performance Intensive

“Participating in Leah's 'Story Initiation: Giving Your Gifts' has sparked within me a massive explosion of inspiration and deluge of creativity! For as long as I can remember, I've been plagued with the question "what am I passionate about?" I get little hints and start into something and then the passion fizzles. It's such a thrill and I am beyond grateful!

Leah is a master creatrix and guide as to how to open and reveal one's own unique creative inspiration. Leah teaches with the most perfect blend of emergent creation and structure. I feel like I have the tools and support I need to continue to create and follow my passion in service to love, harmony & connection. May it be so!"

~Elana Auerbach, Participant in The Story of Giving Your Gifts

"I just finished Leah's 'Love Medicine' class and have done several of her free webinars over the past couple of years. I feel honored by the opportunity to work with such an inspired and dedicated teacher. Her approach is transformative and therapeutic. She accomplishes a magical and seemingly impossible feat of facilitation: creating a safe and yet dangerously edgy container for deep exploration and shared reflection. She is a blessing and a treasure."

~Fred Mindlin, Participant in Love Medicine

"I entered Leah's class with no expectations and no knowledge in the midst of relationship crisis. I learned to look at my own stories and let go of what doesn't serve me and learn to create a new story. One filled with strength, generosity, hope and JOY! This class was transformative for me. After many years of muddling along, I feel I now have a tool to move FORWARD."

~Gigi Pomerantz, Participant in Love Medicine

"Leah Lamb is one of a handful of guides that helped me craft the life of my dreams that I am living now. She led the deepening of my relationship to many practices, including guided meditations, to Story, and to Sacred Storytelling. Because she was the teacher guiding me in revising and crafting of the stories I tell myself and others – about what myths I live in, what medicines I offer, what magic I want to create, and what life I want to live into – I would wholeheartedly say that Leah, by her generous sharing of her authentic genius, is helping me create space, time, and story to live mine.

In addition to Leah’s workshops, both in person and online, indoors and in the forests, her various forms of story happenings have marked several of what I would call my very important life-events: receiving a soul story, my life partnership’s birth, my daughter’s sweet 16th birthday, my first social sharing of Korean drumming in a quarter of a century, my 48th birthday party, an articulation of a personal mantra, self-recognition as a witch, and most recently and memorably, a story ceremony inspired by the myth of Medea. This story ceremony was the culmination of nine souls simmering in the cauldron of transformation for three months; with Leah’s masterful guidance, we co-created an event where we gathered with two hundred others to explore an old myth, engage in soul-searching conversation, and share a community ritual that I know will continue to ripple in us for years to come. This co-creation of the story ceremony with other awakening, creative women enabled me to delve into patterns of my social being and cultural identity in such a deep way that I now feel a more beautiful and expanded sense of possibility for me and everyone I meet. I look forward to continuing to learning with Leah as she continues to blossom in her work, life, and community."

~ Gloria Park

Mythos: A Storytelling Skills Course with Leah Lamb

November 23rd - December 14th, 11am-1pm PST

MYTHOS is a 4-week creative intensive, and is the second module of the Sacred Storytelling program.

Story & Rhythm Council with Leah Lamb and John Fitzgerald

November 23rd 7pm - 10pm PST 

Topanga Canyon, CA

Join an intimate gathering as Leah & John bring song, story, and rhythm making as we engage in an ancient mystical form of storytelling.

We will step into ceremonial time and journey with a story divined just for you and speak back to the story through sharing our experiences and through the rhythms we co-create.


Tangled Wood Course with Jacqui Bushnell

 November 10th - December 8th, 5-7pm PST

In these times of prophecy, in this ‘great unraveling’, the old tales are our way-showers.

We need stories that have risen up from the earth and through the doorways of the Other World to guide us, stories that will illuminate hidden paths of initiation and transformation. We need their resonant layers of meaning, their rich and potent imagery, to inspire our courage and hope.


Storytelling As Shamanic Practice with Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq

January, 2022

The wisdom and teachings of the Eskimo-Kalaallit culture have been passed down through thousands of years and from generation to generation, through the art of storytelling.

The lively, authentic narrative style has preserved the cultural heritage in this way until today.

In this live lecture and Q&A, Angaangaq will provide insights into the powerfully clear and living teachings of the Eskimo-Kalaallit and Angaangaq’s shamanic storytelling.


How to Tell Stories That Open Hearts & Heal the World

with Leah Lamb

In this masterclass, you will learn:

  • How to open your channel to the creative force
  • The art and neuroscience of storytelling
  • How to engage & command the presence and listening of your audience
  • The most common mistakes storytellers make that lose their audience
  • How to activate your creative spark


Myth, Magic, & Medicine

4-part audio series

Develop an intimate relationship with stories as you examine how they influence the way you live in the world, how they live in your bodies, and how they affect your consciousness as they shape your values, belief systems, and what you believe is possible. 

Intuitive Drawing: Creating New Pathways + Intuitive Drawing for Creative Empowerment: Making Magic with the Mystery

with Kristen Myers

Two 4-class Video Series + Bonus Masterclass

Learn a simple drawing practice that integrates ritual with visual artist and creative conduit Kristen Myers. In these classes, you will explore three-dimensional thinking and listening through drawing (or painting or collage). 

Inner Landscape: Navigating Our Way Home

with Erin Lindbergh


When harnessed, the energy of elemental opposites can inspire and strengthen the spirit, brighten our senses, crack open our hearts and illuminate the way home.

Erin will guide you on a gentle and perceptive exploration through the Inner Landscape; navigating the mind-body terrain, through somatic yoga movement, breath, mantra (sacred soundings) and mudras (hand yoga).

Her somatic approach allows one to re-pattern neuromuscular tendencies by harnessing the energies of apparent opposites. Learning to dance with dualites allows us to become more receptive, less protected, more integrated; even beliefs about trauma, injury and growing old can shift into a fluid, more agile and joyful approach to navigating the terrain of life. Navigating our inner landscape awakens our capacity to listen, and to be receptive and open instead of feeling overwhelmed and contracted by stimuli. The embodiment of this natural practice allows the authentic voice within to courageously express that which yearns to be shared and witnessed.

Master Teacher Library

28+ hours of classes with Master Teachers

This is for that avid learner who wants to dive into the philosophy and technique of storytelling. Listen and watch over 16 classes with master teachers.
Master Teachers include: Charles Eisenstein, Stephen Jenkinson, Caroline Casey, Michael Meade, Rachel Bagby, Starhawk, Jay Golden, Joel Ben Izzy, Kalani Souza, Debra Silverman, Nina Wise, Laura Simms, and Ayla Nereo.