What is Niasziih?
Niasziih (pronounced ny-a-zee’-eye) is a holistic, nature based body-mind-spirit healing modality. Niasziih roughly translates as “vessel of healing” and combines the concepts of “oneness” and “fusion of flesh and spirit”.
It takes four years of training to become a Practitioner and an additional three years to become certified as a Niasziih Healer. The main courses of study are cancer, auto-immune and heart disease.
I am currently nearing the end of my seventh year. I am reflecting greatly on the journey that has brought me here – here to this beautiful place of claiming my space as a healer while moving toward certification.
I am reminded in every moment of class, and in every moment working with clients of how sacred this work is – the more work I can do with myself, the more gifts and perspectives I can bring to my clients’ healings.
What can I expect from a Niasziih healing session?
A Niasziih healing session is for those seeking a shift in their life. The mind, body, and emotions are not separate – they are all part of one dynamic integrated system, including how we are in relation to the natural world.
A Niasziih practitioner creates a safe healing space. This is a hands-on healing technique where you are always fully clothed in sessions ranging from 60-90 minutes. There is no set structure for how this works, as the work is largely intuitive.
I am as committed to your healing journey as you are. There are no expectations or judgments around your journey. Your sessions are safe and confidential. Are you ready to discover where you are blocked? Are you open to another perspective?
It is important to know that Niasziih healing is a complementary-medicine healing methodology. It is not an alternative to other medical attention, which may also be necessary for you. My goal is to work with your medical professionals to help you achieve the best results.
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