Shamanic Healing Rates & FAQs

Rates  

By Phone or In-Person:

Energy work

60 minutes $90
90 minutes $135

Bodywork

90 minutes $135

Energy/Bodywork combination

90 minutes $135

House clearings

$90/hour and are approximately 1.5 to 2 hours depending on the size of the house and how much is going on energetically in the house

By email*:

Email sessions are available for brief requests for healing/healing information for established clients who want to look at a single issue, but don’t think they need an entire session. Email sessions are billed in 15 minute increments at $25/15 minutes. If it looks like the request is more in-depth, and will take more than 30 minutes, I will reach out to you and we can decide how to proceed. 

*Email sessions only available after completion of one phone consultation.

Hospice/End of life work

 I currently offer this work on a donation basis.  Family can choose to donate, or not.

Frequest Asked Questions

Should I do a phone session or email?

If we’ve never worked together, then a phone session is required. This allows us to begin to establish a relationship where we can get to know each other. After an initial session, you can send a request to look at via email. With some requests, a phone session may be required, especially if it appears a soul retrieval is needed.

Email sessions are for the person who is looking for insight and healing work, but wants to do their processing on their own. It is not about avoidance and having the work done for you. In fact, it’s the exact opposite. I will journey on your request, and do any healing work that shows up and transmit any messages via email. It’s for the person who can take the info that comes through the healing, and dive deep within themselves to process the messages and recommendations that are brought forth.

If you’re someone who needs to talk things through, then a phone session is recommended.

For many, telling their story and being heard/listened too is really important. As the healing work unfolds, a phone session allows for asking of questions and to possibly be taken into places that a person may not have considered.

Can I make a healing request for someone else?

You may only make a healing request for yourself, your child, or a person who is dying and unable to make the request themselves i.e. unconscious or dementia. In order to do this work in a respectful way, I need permission to enter into a person’s spiritual life.

The exceptions are for kids under 18, a parent may make the request, but the child must be on the phone for the session so they may answer for themselves as much as possible.

The other exception is for end of life work. If a person is unconscious, or has dementia, a family member can make the request. In this case, I will talk to the dying person’s soul, and see if permission is granted to work with them.

How are your sessions structured?

90 minute session include approximately 15 minutes talking/observing posture(if bodywork is included), 1 hour of energy work and/or bodywork, and 15 minutes of process/things to do at home/answer questions. 

What if I don’t know the type of healing work that I need?

That’s ok. We can talk about what is going on, and decide from there. Sometimes, even when we think we know what we need, something else may show up or lead the healing in a different direction.

I’m feeling scared about this kind of healing. Is this normal?

Some people do get nervous about doing healing work, whether physical or energetic work. That’s ok, there is space for whatever emotions are rising to the surface. Sometimes, there can be fear of the unknown, as well as fear of stepping into the power of our potential. Invite the fear along, it will often get bored, and leave.

Sometimes, people are afraid of what may be revealed about themselves. You only need to share what you are comfortable with. There is a lot of space of non-judgment, and creating a safe container for you to heal. I do my best to make teachings practical, so you can use them in your everyday life.

For those having otherworldly experiences, and are afraid of being thought “crazy” check out this blog post.