By Rebecca Martin
Leave it to Ev Mann (Executive Director of the Center for Creative Education) to bring someone as special as Eda Zavala Lopez to Midtown Kingston. The two met when she was in NY in April working on a project for indigenous rights at the UN. A noted healer from the Peruvian Amazon, Eda is descended from a long line of healers in the tradition of the Wari people.In July, Hudson Valley residents will have two unique opportunities to see her.
Below are details of the events scheduled at MaMa in Stone Ridge – though for Kingston residents, CCE will host a potluck dinner for Eda at their location at 20 Thomas Street on Saturday, July 10th at 6:00pm. Eda will be speaking about her work in preserving indigenous cultures and the rainforest.
For more information, contact Ev Mann at 845-687-8890
Community Healing Circle with a traditional ritual of ceremony and song.
Friday, July 9 at 8 PM | $10
Introduction to Plant Spirit Medicine.
Sunday, July 11 from 12-4 PM | $50 Pre-registration is required.
Eda will also be available for private sessions of traditional healing practices. These sessions are hour-long one on one consultations with Eda. Fee is $60. Reservations are required.
For more information, call us at 845-687-8890.
3588 Main Street, Stone Ridge, NY 12484