As a healer, I am grateful for the wisdom that has been shared with me from many teachings and experiences over a lifetime. It's the wisdom of the Indigenous cultures and their practices of connection with the earth that I believe is what we humans need right now. My work can provide a respectful and inspiring doorway to that practice and as an energetic medicine practitioner and to support others in shifting vibrations from dormant to positive.

Each year, Shamanic Chic® contributes by helping preserve the wisdom of Indigenous cultures from around the world. (See my blog for this year's contribution). We work to use eco-conscious products and have a mindset to continue to deepen that commitment. A lot of our packaging is recycled, and our production processes streamlined for minimal waste. In addition, Shamanic Chic®

Our products are Renewal is a line of products that are all re-purposed with elements of Shamanic Chic® patterns integrated into those items. Our Renewal items often as they are all one of a kind.

Our Purpose

Shamanic Chic® believes in doing everything we can to return to better harmony & connection with the earth. We believe that energy is everything and are hoping to inspire many of you to be in balanced and abundant energy. We are committed to learning about and using as many eco-conscious materials and methods as possible, such as reducing waste by reclaiming objects in our Shamanic Chic® Renewal line as well as learning about fabrics made consciously with natural materials. Look for future products with more products with new blends of eco conscious Fabrics. Shamanic Chic® donates approximately 5% each year to the preservation of Indigenous cultures around the world as we are in alignment with living with the earth in these ways. Shamanic Chic® donated all the graphics for The Tribal Film Festival in 2017 over 120 hours and in 2018 donated time to help support Hidden Garden Costa Rica in helping to preserve the teachings of the Bri Bri by donating pro bono graphic work. We look forward to helping out locally this year with a Tribe in the Olympic Peninsula.