Offering pathways to support healing and the process of inner transformation.
To remember who we are at the deepest level, and support the body’s natural healing energies, have been motivating forces in my life. I offer private healing sessions that help to clear old patterns and support body, mind and spirit to heal. These practices include my work as a Tepahtiani or traditional shamanic healer in the Nahua tradition of Mexico, Plant Spirit Medicine, and mindfulness, meditation and stress management approaches, ceremonies and events to support us living life well.
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.
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’m honored to offer this medicine to support you in your healing journey.
Plant Spirit Medicine
Plant Spirit Medicine is a gentle energetic healing system that nurtures spirit, reduces stress, and promotes healing. It works with the underlying imbalance that is the source of disharmony, and releases and balances the energy flows in the body. It is based on two powerful healing traditions: Classical Chinese Five Element Theory, and Shamanism, and lays the foundation for deep healing. As shared in the book Plant Spirit Medicine, working in this way recognizes that plants have spirit, and that spirit is the strongest medicine, being able to heal the deepest reaches of the heart and soul. This is the shaman’s way with plants.
I offer a variety of healing and transformational services
Annie is an initiated Granicera and Tepahtiani healer in the Nahua tradition
Each year the energy shifts from the longest night at the winter solstice, a time for going deep within, to the longest day during the summer solstice when life is coming to fullness, activity and fruition.