5490 Castlewoods Court
Shamanism is the most ancient spiritual and healing practice known to man. Shamanic Practitioner, Nina Soaring Vulture, uses timeless healing traditions that have been known and used by shamans of the Far East for centuries. This ancient body of wisdom and healing methodology provides a unique approach to bringing your body, mind, soul, and spirit into harmony with higher states of frequency and unity consciousness.
Shamans believe that emotional states can affect health and take the form of energy, while stored throughout the body, eventually leading to illness. As clients relax during a 1 hour unique healing session surrounded by pink Himalayan salt, Nina will perform ceremonial energy work in order to sense where unnecessary energy is being stored, where stagnant energy can be released, and where empowering energy can be placed, as well as, locating and releasing blockages, thereby increasing the body’s ability to heal.
1 Hour Session Cost: $55
Limited space (6 Spaces only, reserve in advance)
Wear comfortable clothing to ensure a relaxing session. It is necessary to wear clean white socks. No food or water is permitted. It is highly recommended that you arrive fifteen minutes prior to your scheduled appointment. This will give you time to visit the restroom, in order to ensure an uninterrupted session in the Salt Cave/room. The door to the Salt Cave will close at 7 pm promptly. There will be no refunds for late arrivals or no-shows.
Please note that the Halogenerator will not be in use during this session.
About Nina Soaring Vulture
From an ancestral line that stretches across Persia to Mongolia, Nina’s roots run deep in the ancient culture of mysticism and Shamanic practices. She comes from a long line of mediums, with the ability to walk in both the physical and spiritual realms. She works with clients, assisting them with their personal healing. Nina feels by her continued process of awakening to her own life, she has the opportunity to guide, assist and support others as they awaken to their own lives.