Tuesday July 6th 7-9pm
dōTERRA Essential Athlete
Ecotrust 721 NW 9th Ave. Ste 200
Join Aisha Harley dōTERRA Diamond and Certified AromaTouch Instructor and Emily Mieren dōTERRA Gold and ultra athlete for this informative program focusing on using essential oils and other practical tools to promote health for athletes before, during and following their events.
This class is open to all!
$5 suggested donation. Receive a raffle ticket for each dollar donated.
Enjoy the chance to win dōTERRA essential oils and wellness products in our raffle!
Click here for more details!
Teri's dōTERRA website
Friday July 8th EcoSex Salon at “The Kiva”
Boulder, Colorado 7pm???
Teri Ciacchi and Christiane Pelmas will host and EcoSex Salon where poetry, chanting and EcoMagicks will lead the way. We will guide you in ReWilding and EcoSensual experiences designed to have you be with the primal feelings of Sex, grief, joy, fear and ecstasy.
Limited to the first 14 people who respond to Christiane saying they want to attend. See http://www.therewilding.com/ for how to connect with Christiane.
Reverend Teri D. Ciacchi takes a Wilderness Vacation & Visits her Ohio Family of Origin
July 1-11th Driving From Portland, OR to Boulder, CO
July 11-July 18th Flying from Denver, CO to Cleveland, OH & Back
July 18-22nd Driving from Boulder, CO to Portland, OR
After doing some work with Daniel Foor of Ancestral Medicine
, (who coincidentally is from North Ridgeville Ohio) and following that up with attending the Surrender Path Working held by Pavini Moray and Kai Wu "Worshipping the Bones: Ancestor Reverence for Sexual healing" I am ready to go home for a visit that is not based on someone getting married or dying. I am ready to take on Ancestor work. I will be writing more about this in the future but for now, let me say that I will be holding a wake for my father John Noel Ciacchi Jr. with my siblings and interviewing family members about our blood lineage. The photo above is on my Ancestor altar, and is what my father looked like at my wedding to Larry Scott Williams in 1989.