SHAMANIC SERVICES: Vermont
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SUKI KAPINAO CIAPPARA
Suki Healing Arts
Shamanic Healing with Art Practice which includes:
* soul retrieval
* art journeys
* guided ceremony
* remote healings
I am an artist and have been since I was really little. I enjoy making art in many mediums, from felting to glass work, and facilitating art as a path to healing for others. I call it “art coaching“. I love making things from found objects and the everyday things of life, making small dioramas like little altars. I also love anything that glitters or has feathers or bright colors. I believe that color itself heals us all.
I have been studying Hawaiian Shamanism for the past four years with Hank Wesselman of Shared Wisdom and have started to facilitate shamanic journeywork, soul retrieval, and healing sessions for people who are interested in delving into the nature of their existence and life path. This includes helping others to heal from past traumas and experiences and to move closer to finding true soul purpose and passions.
I have a cozy “Suki Cave” in my home with a heated massage table and an adjoining art studio. During the post-journey period, my clients and I explore the healing experience in the artistic medium of their choice. I invite my clients to come and take some time for themselves, to relax and rest, to do some art and connect with their inner voice and true self.
I am also trained in doing remote healing sessions that includes creating a small art piece for my client, to mark the healing that occurs. I then send the artwork, along with a detailed description of the healing session, to the healee.
I attended Parson’s School of Design, The Art Student’s League, and Fashion Institute of Technology, where I studied millinery design with Ann Albrizio and graduated with a BFA in Therapeutic and Fine Arts from Vermont College. I have been studying with Hank Wesselman and Jill Kuykendall of SharedWisdom for two years via their Visionseeker workshops and the SharedWisdom Continuum Program series, ever deepening my personal growth and visionary and healing skills.
Suki Ciappara, BFA
22 Leonard Street
Barre, VT 05641
SUSAN GRIMALDI, MEd
My work focuses on
I am available for appointments by telephone or at my office for the following:
About Remote Healings
I teach workshops in:
Practicing the Basics of Shamanic Healing
I can also personally craft shaman drums and rattles especially for you.
Susan Grimaldi, MEd
138 Main Street
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
SUSAN McCLELLAN, MA
Susan, a native of Wales, is an active shamanic practitioner and teacher. Susan has an office in Vermont and works as an integral life coach and offers Jungian oriented psychotherapy. Susan is adjunct faculty at Burlington College in Vermont and is a regular guest presenter at Green Mountain College, also in Vermont. Susanís interest in shamanism has motivated her to explore cross-cultural shamanism and spiritual practices out of which a deep interest in Jungian psychology and transpersonal psychology has emerged. She is presently an analytical candidate in training at the C. G. Jung Institute in NYC.
Susan has taught shamanism intentionally and currently teaches online classes with women's groups exploring dream work and Celtic shamanism. Her passion for facilitating workshops includes shamanic investigations into the ancient myths of the Wild Woman in her various shapes and guises.
Susan is available to lead workshops or present in Core and Cross Cultural Shamanism within the USA or Europe.
MICHAEL WATSON, MA, PhD, LCMHC
Every now and then we lose our way and sense of balance. Getting lost is part of life's journey. We will each lose and find balance many times, and we will each have unique journeys back to balance.
What misery we experience when we are lost! What joy fills our hearts when we return home!
I am a shamanic practitioner and educator of Native American and European descent, a survivor of Polio, and a visual and performing artist. I studied with indigenous healers and elders for almost thirty years.
I utilize journeywork, wisdom talks, ceremony, ritual, bodywork, and elements of curanderismo to aid individuals restore balance, and address:
Multigenerational Family Pain
1205 North Avenue
Burlington, VT 05408