Ouida Patten (she/her)
Ouida Patten is a native of Winston-Salem, attended local schools and earned a degree from Salem College. She has studied Healing Touch, Reiki, Niasziih and is currently studying Herbal Medicine Making. Additionally, she is participating in the Wild Woman Project's Circle Leader Training.
As a Spaekona and Elder in the Northern Tradition Shamanism Guild, I have over thirty years experience as a professional Diviner and Intuitive. The Runes offer a rich and deeply insightful process for gaining perspective on your issues, challenges, difficulties and resources and I am skilled in their interpretation.
Temple Crocker (she/her)
Temple is an artist and teacher. She has been teaching privately, in university classes and workshops since 2006. Her wish is to support people to be fully embodied for the whole of their lives. She has taught students as young as 8 and as old as 90.
Cappy Kirsch (she/her)
Known as a problem-solving anatomy geek at the former Vibrant Being Massage Therapy, Cappy Kirsch now takes her unique detective work to an even deeper level by helping you explore old patterns and belief structures that live in your body and cry out for attention the only way they can - by creating physical discomfort.
Tonya Haizlip (she/her)
Tonya Haizlip is a native of Winston-Salem, NC. She has the gift of intuitive healing and recognizing an individual's life’s purpose. She works in the Human Services field assisting individuals who are experiencing homelessness, substance use and mental health disorders.
Sandy Seeber (she/her)
A foundational belief of Sandy’s healing work is that presence, wholeness, and healing occur when we can welcome, connect with, and be fully present to all the parts of ourselves…when we can allow ourselves to be fully human…when we can listen to and engage all three of our intelligences—the body, the heart, and the mind.