I’m excited to pass along the news of Anima allies Darcey Blue and Allison Ewoldt’s new Sweet Medicine Healing Center in Tucson. The name Sweet Medicine comes from the indigenous people of the Gila bioregion and is what we call the river that runs like a precious vein through this land. Both Allison and Darcey have both been joyful participants at Anima events and have had experiences here that have fueled their own healing practices.
Wolf was honored to be asked to supply their logo (shown below) and we look forward to a long and deep relationship with this wonderful place and people. If you’re in the neighborhood, you should definitely check out their upcoming open house on November 1rst, it’s sure to be a great time! Darcey’s announcement is below and includes the details.
You’ve been “greening” your home and lifestyle–a good start.
Now you can “green” your health and state of mind at the Sweet Medicine Center!
November 1, 2008 4-8 pm
20 E 2nd St., Tucson, AZ
You are invited to help celebrate the opening of the Sweet Medicine Center, offering Earth-based holistic wellness, including herbalism, nutrition, ecotherapy, and physiohelanics energy work. Join us as we open our doors to the public and introduce our unique and integrative approach to wellness and vitality through our connections with nature and Earth. Meet our practitioners, Allison, Darcey and Jenni, learn about our offerings, plans for the future, and win free services and products in a drawing on the hour, every hour!
Presentations by our practitioners every hour!
Drawings for free services and products!
Refreshments including local, wild and native foods!
Located at 20 E 2nd St. Just off Stone, south of Speedway, in the historic O’ Dowd House. It’s the yellow house on the south side of 2nd street.