Join our circle for a guided reflection and dialogue to uncover ways your experience with chronic illness can support your spiritual growth. All are welcome - newcomers, caregivers, "lymies," or not! Guest teacher and spiritual counselor Amanda Christan Burran* will guide us in exploring what is sacred
within the chronic illness journey. Participants will experience how Native American drumming, singing, and flute can help us access a space of healing grace that can support our body, mind & soul. No matter how painful Lyme may be, it's a wild adventure that can lead us to our deepest being and more of what we love.
The Lyme Wellness series is offered monthly on 3rd Wedn 12-2pm at the New Paltz Community Center, 3 Veteran’s Drive. The series offers community support and expert guidance for restoring wellness in body, mind, & spirit. Suggested donation $10. Caregivers and newcomers are always welcome. Each session begins with an informal period (12-12:30) for meeting and sharing resources with others living with Lyme or other tick-borne and chronic illnesses. Workshops begin at 12:30 with professional guest speakers introducing specific approaches and practices for optimizing health, healing, and overall well-being.
*Amanda Christan Burran is a spiritual counselor & teacher of Cherokee ancestry who has been studying the Native Way for over 20 years. She is also an energy medicine practitioner and Ordained Interfaith Minister. Through her own journey with Lyme, she found a transformative grace & power that she is passionate about sharing with others. Amanda Christan is currently enrolled at The Core Energetics Institute to become a Body-based Psychotherapist. www.rockspiritsoul.com