traditional nahuatl healing & House cleaning
This ancient healing system offers the traditional spiritual shamanic healing practices of the Nahua people of the central highlands of Mexico. It has supported the wellbeing of people and communities for thousands of years. It provides highly effective energetic purification and restorative processes that address what is needed to rebalance body, mind and spirit.
I came to this path through my work as an initiated Nahua Weather Worker, whose role involves making relationship with the living expressions of what we refer to as 'weather', and through this relationship to work for beneficial rains for our area. An extension of this work is this age-old, extraordinary healing system. After many years of apprenticeship in the healing path, and making relationship with sacred sites and the elements of nature that make this work possible, I was initiated as a Tepahtiani or traditional healer.
I'm honored to offer this medicine to support you in your healing journey. Sessions generally take an hour, and cost $95. For more information, contact Annie.
The Nahua healing system includes time-honored practices for house cleaning. Just as our body, mind and spirit periodically needs healing tune-ups, so do our living spaces! The cleaning is honed to fit the needs of your situation, whether it is a more gentle cleaning and restoring, through to stronger methods of removing unwanted energies or influences.
A typical house cleaning involves an initial interview to ascertain the needs, followed by one or more sessions to complete the work. For more information, contact Annie
An integral part of living well, is tending to the body and spirit at the time of death. The Nahua understood that a shadow or part of the soul can remain at the site where the person died, and if not attended to can linger at this location into the future. As part of this ancient healing work, I offer practices to "lift" the shadow for the benefit of the departed one and those currently residing in the location. For more information, contact Annie.