Spiritual Healing

Spiritual Healing is a natural energy therapy that complements conventional medicine by treating the whole person – mind, body, emotions, spirit and soul. Healers are thought to act as a conduit for Life Force Healing energy, the benefits of which can be felt on many levels, including the physical.

Our techniques were developed by the great U.K. healer, Harry Edwards, one of the founding members of England's National Federation of Spiritual Healers in 1954. His belief was that everyone has the potential to be a healer; they just have to learn how to develop their gift.

We have a 2-year training program that includes four courses, mentoring, self-development and practice. Since the pandemic, classes have been held via zoom which works because distant healing is part of our curriculum.

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Meditations on the Natural World

Don’t let a wandering mind control your life. Learn to control your mind through meditation.

Meditation helps us slow down, and return to the sacred and our relationship with the natural world.

There are many ways to meditate.
Meditations on the Natural World is designed to introduce you to a variety of meditation techniques, so you can choose what resonates with you.

This course contains: 3 hour course, 2 hours of video + 17 bonus pdf articles + 2 bonus guided meditations and designed to be self-paced.

The Sacred Art of Smudging

One of the first ways to communicate with and show respect for the natural world is the proper use of herbs: in how we pick them and how we use them.

This course is offered freely. It will cover the four primary herbs North American indigenous people use for smudging:
•tobacco, sage, cedar and sweetgrass;
•what you will need for smudging,
•how to smudge,
•how to obtain herbs for smudging.

"Thank you for the wonderful course. I have participated in smudging though my yoga practices and thought I knew about smudging... but I learned so much more through this course. I appreciate the detailed information about harvesting and storytelling about the history. I now have more appreciation for the sacredness of the practice." Sherry F.