Susannah Tebbe dAVIS
Susannah is a Ceremonialist and Practitioner in the Andean, Hindu Chakra, Theravada Buddhism and Order of Interbeing Buddhism traditions and systems with extensive experience in:
*Andean Nature Practices
* Land honoring practices and principles
*Past Life Regressions
*Ancestral Honoring and Practices
*Divination and Tracking
*Dream and journey work
Sharon is a proud of First Nations woman from the Lumbee Tribe in NC. Sharon has studied with Native and Indigenous Teachers for over thirty years. She recently created a Nonprofit for Sacred Land, Medicine Wheel Way in the Blue Ridge mountains of WNC where she currently resides. Sharon is a Sacred Pipe Carrier and she works with her community in providing ceremonies celebrating life, transitions and grief. Sharon does ceremonies and rituals including land blessings, Rites of Passage and soul retrievals. She has studied with many Indigenous teachers including the late Malidoma Some. She traveled to his village and studied with his Shaman teachers. Sharon has been initiated into the Medicine Lodge of J. Grate and she was named as an Elder by her community in 2009.
DeBorah, is an experienced spiritual teacher, ceremonialist, Ordained New Thought Minister, Certified Reiki Master, sound therapist and spiritual life coach. . DeBorah is a carrier of the sacred pipe and has studied and mastered many traditions. She is trained in Chakra clearing and present and past Life regression. She heeds direction from the Ancestors and is guided by Spirit to create transformational experiences. She is a high intuitive and open channel using her gifts for holistic healing. She has over 25 years’ experience in Energy work, and over 15 years’ experience as a Sound Therapist and Tuning Fork Practitioner. In her work she intuitively combines energy work, sound and vibration to awaken and soothe her clients bringing them to a place of inner balance and transformation.
Deanna was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, where she took singing lessons on world-renowned Music Row. She loves singing folk, country, gospel, jazz, blues, and more! Deanna now lives in the mountains of North Carolina, but visits Nashville often to see family. Deanna Rose is a graduate of Warren Wilson College, where she earned a BA in Gender and Women’s Studies. While attending WWC, Deanna participated in the folk choir and college chorale for 4 years. Deanna Rose is currently a professional teacher, singer, nanny, community organizer and holistic herbalist, certified by the Blue Ridge School of Herbal Medicine. Through song, nature and ceremony, Deanna Rose aims to bring community together. She enjoys doing sound healing concerts/sessions, leading song circles, and fostering connection with everyone including LGBTQ, BIPOC, and all ages.