Butterfly is opening up to what you don't know...
Surrendering to what you don't know and healing.
~ From the teachings of Peter Bernard, Algonquin Medicine Man ~
At this time, I am offering guided healing journeys.
The 8th Fire Energy Medicine and Spiritual Healing (Shamanic)
Shamanic medicine means earth based medicine
Shamanic healing is focused more of the cause of a problem rather than symptom management
These treatments can be done inter-connectedly (by distance)
Some examples of treatments or healing ceremonies are:
Be in touch to inquire about these other healing therapies.
Advanced - specialties are immune system and palliative care
Lymphatic drainage therapy – advanced
Energy therapies including therapeutic touch and reiki
Three-year old Nico has been Anne's client even before birth. He and his family have regular treatments. He was having difficulty adjusting to a new sibling and during a craniosacral treatment we tapped into sadness in his body and we worked with emotional release. The following day his mother texted this update:
"Nico had a huge cry leaving the park. When he was back in the car he asked, 'but why was I so sad mama.' I said she didn’t know why but he could talk about it. He told me, 'I want to go to Anne’s house because she feels me better.' His behavior quickly shifted back to his normal self."
Illness is the experience of living through the disease. If disease talk measures the body, illness talk tells of the fear and frustration of being inside a body that is breaking down. Illness begins where medicine leaves off, where I recognize that what is happening to my body is not some set of measures. What happens to my body happens to my life. My life consists of temperatures and circulation, but also of the hopes and disappointments, joys, and sorrows, none of which can be measured. In illness talk there is no such thing as the body, only my body as I experience it. Disease talk charts the progression of certain measures. Illness talk is a story about moving from a perfectly comfortable body to one that forces me to ask: “What’s happening to me? “ Not it, but me.
~ By Arthur Frank (1991), At the Will of the Body ~