People and Practices I Love
Over the course of many years, for my my own healing and development, I've had the privilege to experience the benefit of various forms of healing , holistic and traditional practices. Please check out and enjoy these links to some of my favorites practitioners, podcasts and websites and their offerings:
* For information on nutrient dense diets. Check out, The Gaps Diet Journey
*For excellent whole family chiropractic care specializing in infants and pregnancy: Dr Danielle Fratellone of University Chiropractic.
*For local herb classes I recommend Suki Roth of Herb Haven, I carry her tinctures and herbal blends in my office and I think she is absolutely magical, she teaches everything you need to know to incorporate plant medicine into your life, to plant, grow and make medicine and to train as a working lay herbalist.
*Also for local herbs, classes and consults Ricky Bratz at Cazimi Healing
*Career, transitions and life coaching: Kris Gleason incredibly talented coach and socio-emotional genius.
*Major life celebrations and ceremony in North Carolina and all things art and creativity via online courses check out: Marielle Hare and her Ecstatic Feast
*Traditional Palo Mayombe divination, tarot, reiki, espiritismo cruzado and related spiritual works contact: Negarra Kudumu, Yayi Nkisi Malongo.
*Flower Essence Therapy and constellations work, contact Loey Colebeck at Mind is Body Therapies.
*Durham based yoga and yoga teacher training visit: Nina-Be of MindBodyCenteringyoga (MBCY)
*For massage cranio-sacral therapy, including work with infants, experience the wonderful: Wanda Sundermann at Restoring Balance and in Orange County.
*The best reflexology (and prenatal) I've had: Andrea Denali at Restoring Balance in Chapel Hill.
*For Sun-Moon dances and a beautiful Southwest space for retreats, ceremony and teachings: Jane Marron Innmon, Sweetwater Healing Arts and Sweet Beautiful Waters Peace Sound Chamber in Tucson Arizona
*For local ceremony, prayer and changing for peace: Watersong Peace Sound Chamber in Saxapahaw.
And, finally a link to my passion project where I develop and administrate classes for Olorisas and people involved in Orisa tradition. www.egbeimodoyeorisa.com