Geri Littlejohn has been making Native American Style Flutes for 30 years. She plays in Service to Life every day: songs of gratitude to the Land and Creation, sonic support for All Life, musical Prayers for the unborn yet to be.
Geri’s playing helps to quiet the mind of the listener; the tones are an invitation to settle into the heart and embody peace, love, balance, and harmony.
Geri is daily re-minded of what she knew as a young girl: Nature speaks to us in whispers on the wind, in the songs of birds, through flute song, through silence.
Geri’s songs come through these instruments and connect the listener to the wisdom of the Trees, with the Winds of Change shared through the breath.
Whether making flutes for others to play their heart songs or playing herself, deep connection with self and creation are always integral to the process. She loves participating in the alchemy of music and open hearts.
Geri lives in Williams, Oregon with her son on 7 acres adjacent to Pacifica: A Garden in the Siskiyous – a 400 acre property centered on the celebration of nature and community through Education and the Arts – of which she serves as Board Chair.