Our focus here is on healing ourselves from the inside out. We often make great improvements in our quality of life when we support all aspects of ourselves: body, mind, heart and spirit. See below the tools offered here at the Sanctuary to help with your healing process.
- CURTIS WHITE
What might I gain from a Reading?
Gaining a perspective beyond what has been seen or available previously.
Understanding the deeper meaning of events, and seeing paths into new possibilities.
Recognizing the help,
strength and unconditional love available to us.
The process of development, progressively acquiring skills, maturity or wisdom.
Dissolving energy blocks to promote balance between mind, body and spirit
Discharging blockages in energy caused by stagnant emotions and previous injury
Restoring the movement of energy through the body systems
Stimulating life force energy, to restore balance to support the body in the healing process
How might Energy Work benefit me?
Bringing consciousness to one’s self and one’s surroundings
A process of claiming one’s own strength, power and rights
A sense of being anchored and grounded in the calm “center” of the self
A state of completeness, forming a harmonious and healthy whole
Why is Art important at the Sanctuary?
Art is the original means of self-expression and understanding beginning in the time of cave-paintings.
The artist is able to use imagery, color and line to evoke thoughts, feelings and purpose.
Creating art is a natural way to access the intuition of the artist.
Art is a visual experience that has the potential to move us as human beings emotionally and ideologically.
What is a Mala?
Malas are beautiful pieces of sacred jewelry.
A Mala is a traditional prayer beads necklace often used for meditation or chanting.
When created and worn with intention, Malas are powerful tools for manifestation.
Stones have different natural healing properties, making each Mala uniquely beneficial.
The art of embellishing the body with hand-drawn designs using henna paste, temporarily staining the skin
A medicinal plant prized for it's healing properties and uses as a pigment to dye hair, nails and skin.
The art of Mehndi is a tradition in many cultures used for celebrations, rites of passage and ceremony.
Our henna paste is made of pure henna powder, lemon juice, and essential oils, with no added ingredients.