I am passionate about being a loving guide for those who are looking to find openings, benefiting resolutions, and deep transformative healing.  As a shamanic practitioner I intend to create a safe and sacred space for those who are ready to commit to their own personal growth.  Utilizing the most ancient forms of stone medicine and shamanism is a way that I have personally discovered a more harmonious and supportive existence.  It is a great honor to be a facilitator of this sacred medicine!

Julie Ann Travis is full mesa carrier and is offering Shamanic Healing Energy Sessions, On-the-Body Stone Treatments ,and Stone Elixir Prescriptions.  She has been a lover of stones for many years and now has found a deep connection to their profound healing properties. She works with the stones and their properties according to ancient Taoist text.  

Julie has received her MFA from California College of the Arts. She is certified in Shamanic Energy Medicine through the  Light Body School of Four Winds Society and  studies Shamanic Journeying with Sandra Ingerman and Herbal Medicine for Women's Health with Aviva Romm M.D. 

Along with her shamanic training she has received her stonalist certification at the Appalacia School of Holistic Herbalism draws from the 88th generation Taoist priest Jefferey C. Yuen and Sarah ThomasLAc of the Jade Purity Lineage.  Stone medicine is the oldest most ancient form of Chinese Medicine.

 

I thank all the lineages and ancestors who have so graciously supported my path!

Despacho (Andean Earth offering ceremony) with Paqo Dona Asunta, daughter of Don Manuel Q'ispe

Despacho (Andean Earth offering ceremony) with Paqo Dona Asunta, daughter of Don Manuel Q'ispe

This was the  day when I inherited the energies of my Quechua name Veronica Hucan Wilca.  Historically, she is known as  the last great Q'ero female paqo(shaman)  who could bridge the heavens and the earth.  Before the Spanish invasion, she left her energies in a mountain that lives in the Sacred Valley. During traditional ceremonies, the Quechua people  sing to her for her sacred tears of compassion and healing,. The mountain's glacier sends clear flowing rivers through rich valleys, making it possible for purple flowers to bloom on the mountain, which is seen as her  fertile body by the native people.

This was the  day when I inherited the energies of my Quechua name Veronica Hucan Wilca.  Historically, she is known as  the last great Q'ero female paqo(shaman)  who could bridge the heavens and the earth.  Before the Spanish invasion, she left her energies in a mountain that lives in the Sacred Valley. During traditional ceremonies, the Quechua people  sing to her for her sacred tears of compassion and healing,. The mountain's glacier sends clear flowing rivers through rich valleys, making it possible for purple flowers to bloom on the mountain, which is seen as her  fertile body by the native people.

After receiving a kuya (stone) healing from Paqo Dona Juana wife of Don Francisco Chura Flores

After receiving a kuya (stone) healing from Paqo Dona Juana wife of Don Francisco Chura Flores

Grandmother Aama Bombo, Bon Shaman, one of the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers http://www.grandmotherscouncil.org

Grandmother Aama Bombo, Bon Shaman, one of the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers http://www.grandmotherscouncil.org