"Man did not weave the web of life, he is merely a strand in it, such that whatever he does to the web, he does to himself."

                                                                                     ~ Chief Seattle


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Today, people everywhere struggle through life with damaged emotions, needlessly carrying heavy energy, causing untold hardship and stress in their lives, and on their bodies that need to be dealt with. But all too often, these hurts are simply swept under the rug in an attempt to make them go away. 

Only by facing the shadows of our woundedness can we gain complete knowledge of them.

In a sense, we are all called to be shamans. We all know how it feels to be wounded; to be sad, hurt, feel abandoned, angry, confused, and a multitude of other emotions that we would rather not experience.

Only through the acceptance and integration of our shadows can we begin to clear our lives.

Shamanic practitioners work with helping spirits to facilitate healing for their clients. The shamanic model of health and healing asserts that illness originates in the energetic or spiritual dimensions before it manifests as physical symptoms.


It is important to recognize that shamanic healing is a team effort. The team consists of the shaman, helping spirits, and most importantly, YOU. Your belief and involvement are vital to the success of the shamanic healing process.

A Guide Through the Shamanic Healing Process




Drumming replicates the heartbeat of Mother Earth and facilitates the shamanic trance which is crucial in shamanic healing and journeying. The trance is healing in and of itself as it totally relaxes the physical body.


The purpose of the shamanic journey is to meet and/or gain information and guidance from our spirits and spirit guides. Guided journeys are available.


The shamanic practice of smudging, or purifying a room with the smoke of sacred herbs, helps clear negative energy from a space—when burned, sage and other herbs release negative ions, which research has linked to a more positive mood.


A shaman’s mesa is a portable altar (where he goes to meet the spirits) or medicine bundle used for healing, ceremony, prayer, and divination. The contents of a mesa vary from shaman to shaman but generally include healing stones and other artifacts representing elements of their personal healing journey.


Divine, angelic, ancestral, animal, plant, yours, and mine. All are available with guidance and information for your healing. All that is required is that you ask.


Available in overflowing abundance.