Date & Time
10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Alicia Ann Cook
Native Americans have healing practices to help those who suffered painful experiences such as trauma, grief, and death, and their own ways of using soul retrieval methods and herbal treatments to heal a person’s spirit. Alicia Ann Cook, a native Mohawk and a master in traditional native medicine, will introduce us to the importance of the wampum strings used to treat emotional wounds, and how to identify which areas of the body are in need of healing through a set of simple tests.
We will also learn how to apply the Medicine Wheel teachings to find out which area of our emotional, spiritual, mental, and physical selves, are in need of strengthening or reducing of energy, and learn how to address emotional, sexual, and physical abuse issues using native medicine. And we will explore how we can develop gratitude and self-esteem for greater healing in our lives.
Note: A $10.00 materials fee is payable to the presenter for herbs, etc.
A One-Day Workshop
Sunday, February 4, 2018, 10:00 – 5:30 pm
Members $125/ Nonmembers $140
New York Open Center