Group Sessions & Ceremony

Private Sessions

Traci facilitates group ceremonies that are based in the Q’ero shamanic medicine tradition to bring healing and balance, both individually and collectively. 


In the Fire ceremony, we gather in sacred circle to honor and release those things that no longer serve our path and to create an opening  to manifest our dreams and highest visions.  We step outside of time to bring healing and rapid transformation to ourselves, our families, friends, communities, and Mother Earth.


In the Despacho ceremony, we create a prayer bundle for the nature spirits and our ancestors as an act of reciprocity for all of the gifts we have received in this life, (Ayni), or at times of change, loss, and release (Aya).  An Aya Despacho ceremony would be appropriate for grieving the death of a friend or family member, or struggling with life issues we need help in releasing.​  An Ayni Despacho helps bring balance in our life and world through honoring, gratitude, and celebration for all we have been given.  

Traci offers private sessions that are an energy-based approach to

health and healing.  She holds a safe, sacred space that allows the

client to reach a deep and timeless state for healing to occur.  

Non-invasive techniques are used to clear, restore, energize and

balance the human energy system.  This process facilitates the

body's natural ability to heal and includes the following benefits:

  • Reduced stress
  • Calming of anxiety/depression
  • Decreased pain
  • Strengthening of the immune system
  • Easing of acute and chronic conditions
  • Enhanced recovery from surgery
  • Deepening spiritual connection
  • Alignment with soul's purpose
  • Coming back into wholeness 
  • Overall sense of wellbeing

Best results occur with three or more successive sessions and can be done remotely.


       

Energy Healing Services​

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Courage to Leap

Energy Healing & Soul Medicine

Traci Earth Echo Ireland

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Photo by Brennan Rego, The Weekly Sun of the Wood River Valley