As the season shifts into spring, our bodies and spirit can use some additional support to help us move gracefully out of dormancy and prepare for a warmer, busier time of year.
Join Megan Burns and Geri Littlejohn for a special offering of community style acupuncture and Native American style flute music.
Both Megan and Geri formerly lived in Asheville, NC and are very excited to offer an afternoon designed to nourish your body and rejuvenate your spirit. The music will create a sonic container for you to receive your acupuncture treatment in a deeply relaxed state.
Limited to 12 participants. Reserve your spot soon for what is a very special offering. Please dress in comfortable loose clothing. Participants will be laying down on yoga mats with blankets for the hour long offering. You are welcome to bring any pillows or yoga mats you may have to create comfort.
$30 per person
Megan Burns is a licensed Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist and provider at VWS. She is a professional member of the American Herbalist Guild and Academic Dean of Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts. Megan has a firm belief that our bodies possess an innate wisdom to heal, and she is honored to serve as a guide for her clients. She integrates her knowledge of herbal medicine (Western and Chinese), Aromatherapy, Food Therapy and Chinese Medicine to support each client based on their individual needs.
Geri LittleJohn is a flute maker, a mother, a lover of nature, a performer, a healing sounds practitioner, a ceremonial singer, and a woman engaged in the process of becoming a human being. Geri is most alive when sharing what she has learned through her years of deep listening, participating in Lakota ceremony, and expressing support from the Universe, nature, and the unseen through music. And she loves collaborating with others to create sonic containers where we can connect deeply and where possibilities become realities. Geri's first flute teacher was her late-husband, flute maker Hawk LittleJohn, with whom she began making flutes in the early 90's.