Whether it’s in the big glass room, the stone fire ring, or the sunny deck at Copper House, circle around Cheyenne Mease as this nationally celebrated healer and holistic practitioner inspires your group to embrace happiness and self-empowerment, internalizing the simple steps in her new book, Two Dozen New Ways. Using an eclectic combination of mindfulness practices— meditation, polarity movement, yoga, and Qi Gong—Cheyenne will help you feel restored and reinvigorated, with renewed clarity, peace, and purpose.
Cheyenne awoke to her life’s calling—helping people help themselves—early in life. To that end, she embarked on a life of ongoing study and training in a broad spectrum of disciplines, including counseling, wellness, mysticism, and philosophy.
Her formal education includes intensive lecturing by the 14th Dalai Lama, spiritual mentoring by three of the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers, and extensive training at the Princeton Family Center, the American Polarity Therapy Association, the Spring Forest Healing Center, and the Network of Victim Assistance.
A yoga, polarity wellness and Qi Gong instructor for over twenty years and a sought-after speaker at health care professional in-service training seminars, Cheyenne also operates her private practice in energy medicine. She can also be found doing angel and medicine card readings and energy Feng Shui, or space clearing.