In-Person Shamanic Healing, Energy and Mentoring Sessions
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.
Find some commonly asked questions and answers about Shamanic Healing and Spiritual Mentoring. If you feel a relevant question may have been missed contact me so I can consider a thoughtful answer and add it to the page. Read More
Access the most powerful practices and techniques that I have developed and applied over the past 30 years to support body-mind-spirit transformation. They draw upon ancient wisdom that can be found in all traditions, combined with the results of the latest research in psychology and neuroscience. So that you know why they work the way they do.
My hope is that you will find here a few tools that you will adapt to your own lifestyle and needs. Read More
If “Loving Yourself First” Feels Impossible: This Is For You! ‘To love and be loved is to feel the sun from both sides.’ – David Viscott “You have to love yourself first.” How many times have you heard or read this? Have you ever felt completely disarmed – or just plain upset – by this idea that self-love would be the pre-condition for you to be able to love others and find “true love”? Have you ever thought: “I will never get there”? Well, you are not alone. And I will be brutally honest here: Loving oneself can be f***ing hard! For many of us, “loving oneself first” might even just feel impossible – I mean truly loving oneself, not falling into some kind of narcissistic self-centered pattern. How do you love yourself when, growing up, you have constantly received the explicit or implicit message that you were not lovable? How do you love yourself when, later in life, traumas or significant losses have left you feeling unworthy and untrusting? How can you love yourself when you have made bad decisions that have dramatically affected not only your life but others’, when you have been battling terrible addictions, when everything in your life tells you that you are not lovable? You don’t even need to be in any of these situations for this idea of loving yourself first to make you feel that: 1) There must be something wrong with you because you are trying but you are not really feeling it like others seem to (because everybody says it,… Read More