Read the Mountain Xpress Article Featuring Obsidian Butterfly Elixirs

Read the Mountain Xpress article featuring Wild Katuah Healing Arts and Obsidian Butterfly Elixirs!

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Teal Chimblo Fyrberg doing a Stone Medicine Healing session. Photo by: Emily Nichols, ©2015 Emily Nichols Photography

I am so delighted and honored to be featured in this article for my work with Stone Medicine, yoga and my line of healing stone elixirs, Obsidian Butterfly Elixirs.

Writer and photographer for the Mountain Xpress in Asheville, North Carolina, Emily Nichols (Emily Nichols Photography) came to interview me and take photos during a healing session. It was so nice to be able to share more about this ancient healing modality.

I think that for some healing with crystals and stones may sound kind of “New Age,” but the funny things is this method is anything but, it fact it is VERY “Old Age.” As the article highlights stones were the first needles used for acupuncture in Chinese Medicine. And there were used in that system to heal people in other ways as well. Chinese medicine is not the only tradition that used stones, they were utilized in healing in ancient India, and even by Cherokee healers right here in “wild Katuah,” —the Appalachian mountains of Western North Carolina.

Well, I won’t spoil the article for you. Have a read. I hope it inspires you to stop and pick up a stone as you are walking along today, wonder at it strength and simplicity, and ask…what magick do you hold inside…

Wishing you great peace and joy!