Couples Discover a “Sacred Purpose” in Weekend Workshop

ASHEVILLE, NC – Western North Carolina couples have the opportunity to enhance and revitalize their relationships with nationally known facilitators and life partners Anyaa T. McAndrew and Gary Stamper, Friday, April 30, and Saturday and Sunday, May 1 and 2.

“Did you ever feel there’s ‘something more’ to your relationship?” asks McAndrew, who is best known for her work in the U.S. and abroad with the Shamanic Priestess Process™ and the Shamanic Magdalene Mysteries™.

“If the answer is yes, you and your beloved may be ready to explore your unique patterns as a couple. Each couple has a relationship purpose and work to do together.”

McAndrew and Stamper offer a unique process of mutual discovery.

“We’ll look at why you chose one another, what keeps you together, and what pushes you apart,” says Stamper, an international award-winning designer, national facilitator of the Shamanic Priest Process™, and author of a pending book, How to Live with a Goddess.

“We’ll learn how to be each other’s best friend and healer, allowing your relationship to evolve and grow into the rewarding experience you’ve always wanted, enriching each other’s lives.”

The workshop, “Discovering Your Sacred Purpose as a Couple,” will be Friday, Satuday, and Sunday, April 30, May 1-2, at Isis Cove, a shamanic retreat community near Whittier, a short drive from Asheville. For more information about Anyaa T. McAndrew and her one-of-a-kind workshops, go to For more information about Gary Stamper and his unique work with men’s groups and relationship workshops, go to

Sherri L. McLendon is a freelance writer in Weaverville, N.C. She may be reached directly at

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