Honor yourself, commit to yourself and return to your Authentic Self in Sedona, AZ….January 22 – 26, 2020
Meet Rebekah…a life coach and Shamanic Healer has been helping people find healing, spiritual guidance and understanding since 2006. She was born and raised in Camp Verde, AZ and is the founder of Earth Medicine School of Healing Arts.
She specializes in Shamanic Journeying, soul retrieval, animal medicine, drum healing, and medicine wheel teachings. The path to “permanent” healing consists of forgiveness, understanding the truth and getting the lesson.
She is well educated in Native American history and knows an amazing amount of information about the local area including how they lived and thrived.
Rebekah will lead us in a Shamanic Drum journey helping you find more answers, direction and clarity in your life. Rebekah will also take us on a Ancestral Land Journey and Ceremony where we will travel to a very scared place near Sedona. This healing experience will help us on our journey to our Authentic Self.
For more details go to events tab and click on Sedona Retreat.
Honor yourself, commit to yourself and return to your Authentic Self in Sedona, AZ, January 22 – 26, 2020
Meet Marleen Wood, a Usui and Lightarian Reiki Master, who will share her light and healing energy in clearing the path for you to return to your true inner self during the Authentic Self Retreat of the Invisible Soul, giving you tools to help you develop and safeguard your sublime energy. Your heart will start to open as Marleen guides you through Aura and Chakra balancing, yoga and reiki, as you let go of ways that are no longer supporting you.
Meditate on the land, beneath a vortex and experience the energy within you start to open to your true Authentic Self. You will walk the sacred land and feel like you haven’t felt in a very long time, if ever!
Let your soul speak through the gentleness of your artistic hand as you create from a guided meditation and all without judgement.
Journey within to a place that holds the answers for you.
Join Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC, Tia Crystal, Marleen Wood, and Earth Medicine School of Healing Arts, as we hold space for you and witness your true magnificent in the scared land of Sedona, AZ as you return home to your true Authentic Self.
To reserve your spot click on events tab and Type in: Sedona Retreat or email us at: email@example.com or 978.395.1234
We look forward to having you join us on this journey.
The moon represents our inner world, our hidden emotions, desires, our shadow-self, fears/worries and our dreams. It represents our feelings, our unconscious beliefs, the past and our yin or feminine goddess archetype. The moon offers us the ability to feel, learn from the past and creatively unlock and express our essence.
The Full Moon is a great time to “moon bathe”…yes “moon bathe”! Go head try it its refreshing. Sit under the light of the moon & meditate. As you breathe-in allow the moon to warm your Heart & expand the beauty of the present moment and as you breathe-out let the light of the moon transmute that which you wish to release. The intense, healing and purifying moonbeam deeply activates energy, bringing dramatic shifts, renewed trust, sacred & fated soul-connections & accelerates major change.
Old cycles are ending, toxic chapters will close, and new beginnings will fill the space. Have faith & patience with the process while it beautifully unfolds.
If a hot August afternoon has overheated you, and withered your strength, cool off with a refreshing glass of Cucumber Pear Juice. It will cool and clean the digestive tract, and help pacify fiery digestive issues like heartburn or acid indigestion, and rejuvenate you. Pears are ripe and ready to be enjoyed in August. Their demulcent qualities soothe and coat an inflamed digestive tract. A tall glass of this fresh juice will freshen the mind too, adding a splash of cool to a heated mood.
Cucumber Pear Juice Smoothie by Joyful Belly
PREP TIME: 5 MINUTES
1 c cucumber
½ c fennel stalk
2 whole pears
1 c water
Peel cucumber and pear. Remove seed from cucumber for sweeter taste, or retain seeds to improve nutritional and medicinal value. Seeds may be difficult to digest for some Vata constitutions. Puree ingredients in a blender until smooth.
Hold the Ice!
How many of you make the common mistake of adding ice to your drinks? Ayurveda recommends avoiding cold drinks at meals and ice cold foods in general. This is like putting cold water on the burning logs (your digestive fires).
Iced water, normally served at restaurants, extinguishes the digestive fire. Even juice or milk right out of the refrigerator is too cold for the digestion. Juice should be taken at room temperature and water without ice.
Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC knows, once you get into this habit of drinking beverages at room temperature you will notice a dramatic improvement in your digestion and the way your body feels during and after the meal.
Cold drinks and foods mixed with warm cooked foods can cause stomach cramps, bloating and general discomfort in the stomach area.
So…Hold the Ice!
“Blockage is disease/Flow is health”