Festival Founder: Devi
A Dakini, Yogini, and Spiritual Teacher, Devi has traveled around the globe teaching and touching the way of bliss. Having experienced a Kundalini Awakening and encounters with Extraterrestrial Beings, Devi shares a message of Kundalini, Divine Feminine and Love. For more information, see www.divinedakinidevi.com.
Festival Co-Director: Heather Azima
An Intuitive Healer and Spiritual Guide in Toronto, Heather works on the soul level restoring the connection to Source. Aligning higher energy with genuine nurturing, compassion and integrity are the hallmarks of Heather’s private practice. To learn more, please visit www.healing-one.com.
Festival Artistic Director and Executive Producer – Mag M
Mag has been producing, writing, and directing for 20 + years involved deeply in stage, film and television communities. She has worked on local, national and international events, galas and productions featuring countless internationally acclaimed celebrities and actors.
Festival Stage Manager: Mollie J
Mollie has been an Actors Equity Stage Manager, lighting designer, and technician for over 20 years. Working mostly in Toronto, her work has included several Second City mainstage reviews, ‘Stan Rogers- A Matter of Heart’ , productions of Cats & Phantom, a multitude of awards show, Improv and Sketch comedy, and variety events. She is currently working on a Scotch launch and in her spare time is a working chef.
Festival Photographer: Bard Azima
Livingface photography showcases the lens work of Toronto Corporate, Event, Wedding & Portrait photographer, Bard Azima. Honesty, simplicity, and beauty are the mandates. Bard’s style combines fluid photojournalistic and traditional portraiture to capture special moments. For information and gallery please visit www.livingface.com.
Guest Liaison: Karen McCagherty
Mother, Grandmother, Musician and Mentor.
As a facilitator for a local weekly meditation group, Karen also practices Reiki and studies other modes of energy healing. Her interests include Akashic Reading and Chakra Toning. At the auspicious age of fifty (or half century mark), Karen decided to teach herself how to play guitar and along the way co-founded a band that currently plays north of Toronto.