• Heal Your Mind & Body at Dewa Spa

  • Study with World-Class Teachers

  • Practice in One of Our Unique Venues

  • Expand Your Awareness with Meditation

  • Go Hiking in the Catskill Mountains

  • Enjoy Delicious Nourishing Farm-to-Table Cuisine

  • Menla is a Project of Tibet House US,

    the Dalai Lama’s Cultural Center in NYC

Angell Deer

THE ANCIENT PRACTICE OF ANCESTRAL JOURNEYING AND THE HEALING POWER OF THE DRUM
We will explore how we can use journeying, drumming, and singing to bring very valuable information to heal ourselves and others and to channel healing energies into a client’s energy field. We will also explore how we can call upon the 4 directions, the 4 elements, and the Spirits associated with them to bring multiple energetic and spiritual layers into this work.

FIRE CEREMONY

Grandfather Fire is one of our oldest ancestors. He was here at the creation of the universe, and created this Earth. In most indigenous traditions, Fire is used in ceremony for praying, cleansing, protection and wisdom. In this ceremony we will gather around the fire, learn how to pray with the fire, discover ancient ways to work with the fire and learn from it

More here: https://www.thesanctuaryheal.com/about-angell-deer

Events with Angell Deer

12th Annual Sage SoundHealing Intensive
June 22 - 25, 2023

The world’s foremost experts in the art and science of sound healing will come together to immerse retreat participants in the sacred power of sound. Under the guidance of these remarkable scholars, doctors, healers, and sound practitioners, students will explore the healing potential of Tuning Forks, Crystal Bowls and Pyramids, Tibetan Bowls, Sacred Gongs and Bells, Voice, Drums, Conch, Flutes and other sacred sound instruments. Participants will learn the therapeutic application of sound tools to create sacred space, shift and expand consciousness, address a range of physical conditions, restore balance, and promote positive change at the cellular level. Schedule Thursday,…


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