Wicozani Flutes are one of a kind handmade Native American style flutes by Geri Littlejohn. Geri has been making these flutes for over 20 years in the tradition of her late husband Hawk Littlejohn.


I am often asked how much I charge for my flutes. My standard answer is as follows:

"I believe in compassionate generosity and sacred reciprocity.

I ask $450 for all of my mid-range turned flutes, $550 for bass flutes, $250-$350 for branch flutes, and $650 for double chambered drone flutes.

I gratefully receive more.

Or less.

All I ask is that the amount you offer feel really good to give.

Only you know what is a fair amount to offer based on your own finances.

I am always open to communicate and want the exchange of energy around these flutes to feel good. I enjoy having conversations with those interested in receiving a flute, making a personal connection so I can be thinking about that person as I work on their flute.”

I also like to have a conversation with you to get a sense of your musical experience, any physical limitations you may have, and how you envision using the flute in your life. My goal is to help you select an instrument that feels like an extension of yourself or like a beloved friend. One that can be an instrument of transformation should you choose to use it in that way: A means of self-expression, a way for you quiet your own mind, listen, and hear. A flute can truly become an extension of yourself, a teacher, and a friend.

Tell Me About Yourself

Geri is one artist who hand makes each flute. As you can imagine, they are in high demand and she does her best to walk a life of balance while honoring this path of serving the Spirit of the Flute. Please fill out this contact form to inquire about a Native style flute from Geri and she will get back to you with information about her current flute making flow.



Send Message

I request a non-refundable $100 deposit to either hold and complete a flute on hand for you or to add your name to my custom order list. I am not a production craftsperson. I do not work full-time in my workshop. It can take up to two weeks to send a flute on hand and anywhere from 6 weeks to a year to complete a custom flute depending on the season it is ordered in, the type of woods, and how much traveling I am doing for Ceremonies or sharing flute prayers, performances, or sacred activism. All of my life experiences are a part of my flute making. I value you and your life; I try to live fully and well and put prayers for your the life of others into all that I do.

Each flute comes with a simple cloth bag and an instructional booklet.

I can receive payments by check, paypal, or I can invoice you via Square for the deposit plus balance, or we can set up a payment schedule that is comfortable for you. I will let you know when the flute is completed and ready to be shipped. I prefer payment in full before delivery unless we make other arrangements beforehand. All flutes are guaranteed. Both in workmanship. And in tone and appearance. I take my time working on the flutes, voicing them, playing them before sending them. I truly want you to be happy with the flute you receive. If treated well, it will hopefully outlast you and be an item of beauty and joy for yourself and long into the future.