Gregory Drambour

Master Shamanic Healer, Spiritual Teacher, Author,
Owner of Sedona Sacred Journeys

“If you honor them, they will honor you.”

A Warrior Spirit lives within each of us! As a stage four cancer

survivor and with 38 years sobriety, Gregory embraced those

powerful words and passed them onto thousands of clients over

a 30 year healing career acquiring more testimonials than any

spiritual retreat organization in North America!

At 28, Gregory was deeply honored to be taken under the wing of two Northern Plains Holy Men, who passed down to him eleven generations of shamanic knowledge and the warrior code. With that knowledge, Gregory began his life's work of healing and guiding clients on their Sacred Journeys and back to their innate wisdom. His books, The Woodstock Bridge, endorsed by the #1 Best-Seller Richard Carlson, The Shaman & His Daughter and The Lead Guitarist & The Sisterhood of The Wolf are considered must reads for those wanting to go deeper into the world of old school shamanism and practical spirituality.

For 4 years in his early forties, Gregory was challenged with stage 4 throat cancer. His success utilizing both alternative and conventional therapies to heal himself has drawn cancer patients and survivors to his powerful cellular memory work from all over the world. For 14 years in his healing practice in Sedona, Gregory’s has witnessed the rapidly growing epidemic of cancer, especially in the female population. As result, he is on determined and dedicated mission to offer women between 40-52 years old, pro-active actions to combat the frightening statistics around women and cancer. His work in progress, “Draw No Conclusions,” is a guide for cancer prevention and for those on the cancer journey wanting to create a definitive long lasting cure.

Gregory is a passionate advocate and supporter of the National Association to Protect Children, the only lobbying organization that exists for children in the United States. For the 30 years he has sat across from an array of clients and seen how their painful childhood has shaped their adult life, so in his mind, parenting is the key.

In his teaching and writing, Gregory encourages us to remember that behavior is the truth—this is the code of the warrior. It’s not what you do but how you do it.