Alexandre Terrier invites a deep connection to spirit through his Native American flute music and his Reiki Chill monthly meditations at Akasha’s Den in Oakville, ON.
In channeling the spirit entity Dr. Williams, Bart Smit can explain, describe, and validate subtleties of consciousness that the Western mind may dismiss.
In her practice, Buffy Knowlton is devoted to helping people live more consciously and whole-heartedly within the new world paradigms.
Carol Righton offers Divine Angelic Heart healing sessions and mediumship readings, as well as teaches Usui Reiki.
Christine Miokovic has been healing and guiding clients since graduating from the Transformational Arts College in 2000, a direction taken after earning her degree in Psychology from York University.
Holistic well-being consultant Dana Green combines tissue salts, sound nutrition, and other natural medicines to help promote optimum health.
Devin’s love of all things mystical and esoteric was sparked in 1981 when he received his first tarot deck and Eden Gray’s “A Complete Guide to the Tarot."
Diane Hauschild studied under a Spiritualist minister who had, herself, trained in New York. From her, Diane learned—among other things—the art of flame card reading, Tarot, working with one’s guides, and developmental meditation.
With extensive experience in athletics, nutrition, and meditation Erica applies all in her bodywork and postural/movement awareness training with clients.
Karen Karall has worked with energy for more that 16 years. Knowing that health and wellbeing are choices we all have the power to make, she began with her own personal search to heal herself of Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Known as a Den Mother by many of her longstanding clients, Mary Wileichuk is a nurturing leader, insightful visionary, astute businesswoman, supportive community member, and passionate student.
Suzanne's healing methodology is based on the old Chinese theory that the human body is a highly complex electrical circuit. Like any electrical circuit, it must be kept in good working order to function effectively. If the circuit breaks down, the result is illness.
At 16, Victoria really started to trust the universe. Up to that point, her life path was not clear to her…other than she knew she wanted to serve and make a positive difference in people’s lives.