Enya Latham   Enya Latham is the founder of Tourmaline Center, a Shamanic Practitioner + a Reiki healer. Her training has journeyed through Dreamwork, Tarot, Qabbalah, Herbalism, Kundalini, animal communication and other forms of energy work. Enya is a seer and uses her visionary skills to guide people to connect with nature and the elements. She has a insatiable desire to learn and loves to share the wisdom she unearths.  She is educated in art, plant identification, landscape + architectural design and her connection with spirit informs her creative decisions...she also loves to consult on built projects.  Enya has trained + traveled across the globe. From California to Peru and Western Europe to South East Asia, Enya learned to appreciate the depth of our cultural differences and seeks to bring these differences together to share through carefully curated programming at Tourmaline Center.  Her black lab, Kylo, often joins her at the center.

Enya Latham

Enya Latham is the founder of Tourmaline Center, a Shamanic Practitioner + a Reiki healer. Her training has journeyed through Dreamwork, Tarot, Qabbalah, Herbalism, Kundalini, animal communication and other forms of energy work. Enya is a seer and uses her visionary skills to guide people to connect with nature and the elements. She has a insatiable desire to learn and loves to share the wisdom she unearths.

She is educated in art, plant identification, landscape + architectural design and her connection with spirit informs her creative decisions...she also loves to consult on built projects.

Enya has trained + traveled across the globe. From California to Peru and Western Europe to South East Asia, Enya learned to appreciate the depth of our cultural differences and seeks to bring these differences together to share through carefully curated programming at Tourmaline Center.

Her black lab, Kylo, often joins her at the center.

Colin Richardson   Colin is originally from Cape Cod in Massachusetts. Growing up in the bogs and estuaries around his home, Colin learned an appreciation for all the creatures of the earth early on. After taking on many varied vocations throughout the years, he was enthralled by the modern earth-living movement. After graduating the Apprenticeship Program at MPSS in 2016, he continues to work on his skills and became an instructor in the Fall of 2016. Colin focuses on foraging for food, medicines, and bow making materials. With a love of increasing his suite of awareness tools and nature literacy.

Colin Richardson

Colin is originally from Cape Cod in Massachusetts. Growing up in the bogs and estuaries around his home, Colin learned an appreciation for all the creatures of the earth early on. After taking on many varied vocations throughout the years, he was enthralled by the modern earth-living movement. After graduating the Apprenticeship Program at MPSS in 2016, he continues to work on his skills and became an instructor in the Fall of 2016. Colin focuses on foraging for food, medicines, and bow making materials. With a love of increasing his suite of awareness tools and nature literacy.

Asiya Khaki   Asiya is a student of life who’s life mission is to help others live longer and healthier lives.  Through her own personal life journey, she experienced suffering and pain and used what she experienced as an opportunity to grown and learn about the vast field of health.  In her effort to heal chronic skin conditions and inflammation, she began understanding what a balance of good nutrition and movement does for the body.  Her curiosity about the mind body connection led her to visit India on three different occasions and study yoga at the Ayur Yoga Eco Ashram, where she received her 200 hour yoga teacher certification.  As a yoga practitioner, she inspires her students through asana, or yoga posture, practice to go beyond the physical body and reprogram the subconscious mind.    Asiya believes nature, positive thinking, and good nutrition can heal the body.  She completed a few notable treks; the Salkantay Trek in Peru in June 2015, the Summit of Kilimanjaro in August of 2015, the Patagonia W Trek in January of 2018, and Everest Base Camp in March of 2018 and learned how living in the moment and vibrating in gratitude can change you life.

Asiya Khaki

Asiya is a student of life who’s life mission is to help others live longer and healthier lives.  Through her own personal life journey, she experienced suffering and pain and used what she experienced as an opportunity to grown and learn about the vast field of health.  In her effort to heal chronic skin conditions and inflammation, she began understanding what a balance of good nutrition and movement does for the body.  Her curiosity about the mind body connection led her to visit India on three different occasions and study yoga at the Ayur Yoga Eco Ashram, where she received her 200 hour yoga teacher certification.  As a yoga practitioner, she inspires her students through asana, or yoga posture, practice to go beyond the physical body and reprogram the subconscious mind.

Asiya believes nature, positive thinking, and good nutrition can heal the body.  She completed a few notable treks; the Salkantay Trek in Peru in June 2015, the Summit of Kilimanjaro in August of 2015, the Patagonia W Trek in January of 2018, and Everest Base Camp in March of 2018 and learned how living in the moment and vibrating in gratitude can change you life.

 
Julie Dokas   Over the past 21 years, while working my day jobs, I had a private holistic health coaching & energy healing practice, I taught Reiki classes, gave wellness lectures at corporations, wellness centers & new age stores, and taught the flower essence segment in an Aromatherapy Certification Course. I started making flower essences in 2008, while I was living in Vermont. I was instantly enamored with how they bridge the gap between energy & herbalism. I started collaborating with a friend who does sound healing; we started infusing sound frequencies into water & into the flower essences. We made healing protocols for different bodies of water (the Connecticut River, the Atlantic Ocean, etc.), and for the woods behind her house that was clear cut and ravaged. The pain was excruciating to endure, for us empaths. We did ceremony on the land, for the land, and for the waters. I think it was as healing for us, as it was for the planet. At this same time, I went to a Cymatics conference & learned more about sound and the healing effects of frequency…and saw the visual signature that sound waves imprint on water, thanks to a device called a CymaScope.

Julie Dokas

Over the past 21 years, while working my day jobs, I had a private holistic health coaching & energy healing practice, I taught Reiki classes, gave wellness lectures at corporations, wellness centers & new age stores, and taught the flower essence segment in an Aromatherapy Certification Course. I started making flower essences in 2008, while I was living in Vermont. I was instantly enamored with how they bridge the gap between energy & herbalism. I started collaborating with a friend who does sound healing; we started infusing sound frequencies into water & into the flower essences. We made healing protocols for different bodies of water (the Connecticut River, the Atlantic Ocean, etc.), and for the woods behind her house that was clear cut and ravaged. The pain was excruciating to endure, for us empaths. We did ceremony on the land, for the land, and for the waters. I think it was as healing for us, as it was for the planet. At this same time, I went to a Cymatics conference & learned more about sound and the healing effects of frequency…and saw the visual signature that sound waves imprint on water, thanks to a device called a CymaScope.

Rev. D. Jeep Ries   I have been seeking and developing my spirituality for decades. As an interfaith minister with 36+ years in recovery, I have the emotional/spiritual muscularity and sensitivity to coach you through the rough patches to find the peace beyond.  My life centers on my  spiritual coaching  practice, delivering talks and spiritual services. I have many tools. As a  Reiki Master  and teacher I offer attunements. I also offer  Sound Healing ,  Chakra Therapy ,  Shamanic Healing , and  retreats . Additionally, I perform customized weddings, baby blessings and so on.  Over time, my studies and life experiences have coalesced into a spiritual narrative that I share in an accessible way. I am blessed with boundless avenues of study here in New York City.

Rev. D. Jeep Ries

I have been seeking and developing my spirituality for decades. As an interfaith minister with 36+ years in recovery, I have the emotional/spiritual muscularity and sensitivity to coach you through the rough patches to find the peace beyond.

My life centers on my spiritual coaching practice, delivering talks and spiritual services. I have many tools. As a Reiki Master and teacher I offer attunements. I also offer Sound Healing, Chakra Therapy, Shamanic Healing, and retreats. Additionally, I perform customized weddings, baby blessings and so on.

Over time, my studies and life experiences have coalesced into a spiritual narrative that I share in an accessible way. I am blessed with boundless avenues of study here in New York City.

Alison Delancey     Alison DeLancey has been involved with holistic nutrition for over 30 years. When her children were young, she lived on the land in rural Southern Oregon, where the kitchen truly was the family pharmacy. There she grew, foraged, wildcrafted and fermented to make herbal remedies and fresh seasonal meals. When her children were grown, she cemented this first-hand experience with a Bachelor of Science in psychology, and a Masters of Science in Nutrition.  Her ongoing relationship with the land, coupled with the study of European mystery traditions, helped to cultivate an awareness of how to nurture the Divine Self which is at the heart of us all. This is communicated through both her nutritional philosophies and yogic teachings. Alison is a nutritionist, painter, mystic, and a Grandma. She cares deeply about supporting what is best in each person — using movement, ritual, and food — so they can uncover the beautiful light within.

Alison Delancey

Alison DeLancey has been involved with holistic nutrition for over 30 years. When her children were young, she lived on the land in rural Southern Oregon, where the kitchen truly was the family pharmacy. There she grew, foraged, wildcrafted and fermented to make herbal remedies and fresh seasonal meals. When her children were grown, she cemented this first-hand experience with a Bachelor of Science in psychology, and a Masters of Science in Nutrition.

Her ongoing relationship with the land, coupled with the study of European mystery traditions, helped to cultivate an awareness of how to nurture the Divine Self which is at the heart of us all. This is communicated through both her nutritional philosophies and yogic teachings. Alison is a nutritionist, painter, mystic, and a Grandma. She cares deeply about supporting what is best in each person — using movement, ritual, and food — so they can uncover the beautiful light within.