• Stacy Marr

“It’s been a tremendous gift to witness the healing, health and wellness of my clients. Through our work, many have increased their flexibility, energy and awareness as well as discovering a renewed passion for their lives.”

~ Stacy

I first discovered Reiki several years ago from my mentor and teacher Elizabeth. Her enthusiasm was infectious and my interest was piqued so I decided to schedule my first session with her. I didn’t know what to expect; however, when Elizabeth placed her hands on the crown of my head, waves of energy began flowing through my body and I dropped into a deep meditative state while a sense of peace came over me and the entire room. The session was restorative, powerful and it inspired me to connect on a deeper level to my own healing and self-discovery.

Within a few months, I became a Reiki Practitioner and soon thereafter, I was faced with a health crisis. Performing Reiki on this family member was incredibly healing, transformative and a profound spiritual experience. It became clear that Reiki was meant to be a part of my path.

In 2013, a trip to Ghana West Africa changed the trajectory of my life. I traveled to the northern region to assist in building a drumming hut for a traditional African music and dance school. It was in Tamale, Ghana where I met my beloved partner, Chief Suale. He is a Chief to the people of the Dagomba Tribe and he was also a teacher at the school. The attraction between us was instantaneous; we fell in love and now we are creating a wonderful life together in love and service.

Chief Suale and I recently had the opportunity to teach our first workshop together. We received wonderful, positive responses and the sense of connection and energy created that evening brought everyone together in the spirit of community.

As I continue on this journey, it’s been a joy to witness the healing and transformation of my clients. Being of service through Reiki is a tremendous gift and each day I am grateful for the opportunity to serve.

~ Stacy

“Everybody can be great … because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.”  

~ Martin Luther King, Jr.