Appointments

Appointments2018-06-20T05:14:43+00:00

In-Person Shamanic Healing, Energy and Mentoring Sessions

By appointments only:

(Weekdays)
6935 Laurel Avenue
Suite #207
Takoma Park, MD 20912

(Metro: Takoma Park / public parking lot next to the building)
Phone : 202.436.6125

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Cancellation and No-show Policies: I have limited my appointments each day so I can spend more time with you. I ask that you value my time as I value yours. I have a strict 24 hour-cancellation policy to ensure that all clients receive my attention when they need it. The full amount of scheduled service will be due for missing an appointment with less than 24 hours notice.

Late Policy: Late arrivals will not receive an extension of scheduled service times and will be charged the full service fee.

Appointments for distance healings and all other services:

Distance healing and mentoring sessions are by phone or Skype. They follow the same process as in-person sessions. The main difference is with the body work that I do at distance, immediately after the journey, while the client is still in a relaxed state at home. Then I call back for the debriefing. Clients who have experienced both are generally blown away by the intensity and effectiveness of distance healing, in particular (but not only) for physical issues.

All distance sessions are payable in advance through Paypal.

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My experience with ​Béatrice has been truly miraculous and I am so grateful.  Indeed, as she says, the miracle can be continued every single day of my life!

Sharon C.

For me, it is the closest that I have ever been to experiencing a miracle in my life. I don’t know what ​Béatrice did – or how she did it – but I do know with absolute certainty that she healed me.

Maria H.

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