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Winter Solstice Celebration: An evening of Acupuncture and Shamanic Healing

**Winter Solstice Celebration: An evening of Acupuncture and Shamanic Healing.
Tuesday, December 17, 5:45–7:30pm.
Hosted by Katie Oberlin, HTCP and Mari Stecker, LAc.

Course Fee: $75.00.

Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the holiday season to enter the stillpoint of the Winter Solstice, reflect on the lessons of 2019, and set intentions for the new year. This will be an evening of individual and group healing, ceremony, and celebration.

After a shamanic opening of the directions, each participant will receive an acupuncture treatment to calm the mind and balance the nervous system. This will enable you to be relaxed and open to receive the most benefit from the healing.

The evening will continue with other features of shamanism including healing songs, drumming and other energetic clearing and alignment techniques. We’ll end the evening with a closing ceremony to support integration.

At various times during the evening you may be sitting on the floor or lying on a yoga mat, so please bring whatever you need to ensure your comfort (meditation cushion, pillow, blanket, etc.). Chairs will be provided for those who wish.

Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

*Please note: This workshop takes place on the second floor of our office; a short walk up one flight of stairs.

Katie Oberlin, HTCP has been studying shamanism for several years, receiving her specialized training in shamanic healing from the Power Path School of Shamanism, Santa Fe, NM in 2013. She is also a Healing Touch Certified Practitioner, and has been practicing energy medicine since 2005.

Mari Stecker, LAc is WholeHealth Chicago’s lead acupuncturist and is one of the three original co-founders of American WholeHealth which became WholeHealth Chicago in 1999. She treats a variety of health conditions with a focus on dermatology, gynecology and reproduction.

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One comment on “Winter Solstice Celebration: An evening of Acupuncture and Shamanic Healing
  1. Laura Barr says:

    Thank you for offering these kinds of events.

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**Winter Solstice Celebration: An evening of Acupuncture and Shamanic Healing
Tuesday, December 17, 5:45–7:30pm
Hosted by Katie Oberlin, HTCP and Mari Stecker, LAc

Course Fee: $75.00

Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the holiday season to enter the stillpoint of the Winter Solstice, reflect on the lessons of 2019, and set intentions for the new year. This will be an evening of individual and group healing, ceremony, and celebration. More →

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