August - The Green Corn Moon
Sunday, August 6th, 2017 from 7:00pm to 8:30pm at 453 Hazen Rd. Jay, New York...
My intention with Life In Focus is to work with others around their self-care so that they can learn to heal and align themselves with their own natural healing processes.
Life in Focus has evolved over the last several years into a location and practice where clients and community can come for peace and the opportunity to connect in a variety of ways to their own heart centers.
Life In Focus honors Mother Earth and is committed to celebrating her in ceremony and promoting practices that help to heal and sustain her.
"The process of healing is the process of remembering who we are."
Lynn Edmonds - The Labyrinth Maker is Featured in the News
It looks like a maze.
"You keep calling it a maze," Lynn Edmonds said. "A labyrinth is not a maze, but the exact opposite. A maze is a puzzle, made to confuse you, but a labyrinth is a meditative walk, one foot in front of the other: a path."
Some of us are more familiar with mazes than labyrinths. Trails that intersect haphazardly through the tall, dry stalks of a corn field, mazes chopped into the maize, designed to bewilder, perhaps even frighten...
- Private counseling and Healing Touch sessions
- Facilitated Labyrinth walks for specific needs and concerns
- The Labyrinth is open to the community for group and individual walks
- Monthly full moon Labyrinth Walk and Sacred Fire Ceremony. These evenings are moments of opportunity. Let us come together to offer prayers of healing for ourselves,our family,our community and Mother Earth
- Use of the BioMat, an FDA approved thermo-therapeutic device that enhances your immune system, reduces fatigue, relieves pain, improves mood and promotes relaxation.
- Sunday Labyrinth Walks for the community
** Labyrinth Walks and Sacred Fire Ceremonies at the fire pit are not held when there are a few inches of snow on the ground.
"Clearly it is time for us to remember that we are all one and responsible for caring for each other and Mother Earth. Our job isn't to dominate earth but to be compassionate stewards and to nurture and care for all life while we are here."~Steven Farmer