Workshops Speaking Retreats

Workshops & Speaking & Retreats

Thank you for your interest. Click on the links below to find descriptions of all my workshops and classes.

Check my Calendar of Events for upcoming Workshops

Workshops and Speaking Links:

Have you been looking for more than occasional individual classes that often leave you feeling you want more information than one day or weekend can provide?

I am opening up a 6 month and a 9 month mentorship experience in which you can really explore your spirituality and open up your healing gifts. If you are serious about empowering yourself on all levels or helping empower others, this is for you. I am only taking a maximum of 6 participants in each session. Although the program is 6-9 months, mentorship is ongoing.

How you enroll:

  1. Click on any link above to read about the workshops or online speaking workshops that interest you. 
  2. Decide which classes or workshops you want to take. 
  3. Send an email with any further questions about your choices to: 

Payments accepted via: 

To do a Bank E-transfers Select the title (copy and paste) of the workshop(s) you want 
Then click the link below and paste workshop titles into your open email:

 Please Click to order Your Workshop

Expect a confirmation from M.J. Reply for dates...

I also accept PayPal and any major credit card via PayPal

Review of Waves of Blue Light from Writers Digest:

The writing sparkles with this author’s passion for understanding the ways of the spiritual life and, in following one of its basic tenets, generously shares her wisdom in the pages of this well-organized book, displaying a real compassion for the human experience in all of its many shades. Ms. Domet presents her observations in essays, poetry and photographs that inspire in ways that can only benefit any reader willing to make the leap of faith and accept and follow her suggestions and the principles she conveys. The writing is clear and concise so as to be accessible to the experienced reader of such books also while remaining wholly accessible to newcomers 

M. J. Domet