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Sam Tso - Native American Healer

Monday, January 14, 2013 10:00 am

A healing session with Sam is one hour and a completely and totally transforming experience. During a session, he incorporates the knowledge he has gained over the years and combines it with acupressure, skeletal adjustments, energy balancing, and herbal remedies according to the client's preference. Sam has a keen insight and many say he is a human MRI. He may ask you about a life event or trauma you may have experienced that he has perceived. Or you may choose to come to the session ready with your own questions or problems you want to work on with him. Sam will then use his techniques to release inharmonious energy to balance and align your body.

$125 a session

Sam Tso was born in 1963.  He was raised by his elders in an ancestral, remote area of Dinetah (Navajo Nation), Arizona.  He grew up with the medicine people in his family and learned their ways by living their ways.  While growing up he acquired many rare oral teachings and stories.  This made him the keeper of his family history.  Sam shares the oral teachings by story-telling throughout the United States at schools and to special interest groups.  As a translator for elder medicine people, Sam has spoken before United States Congressional Committees and the United Nations on the importance of maintaining Native American Spiritual Traditions.  He has served as a mentor at Prescott College in Arizona, is certified in Permaculture, is an alumni of the Flagstaff Leadership Program, is a traditional counselor at N.A.C.A. (Native American Community Action), volunteers for the Flagstaff Literacy Program, and was part of an award winning Learn and Serve Grant at Star School.  He is also part of the youth program, Pathways. 

Sam currently resides with his family near Flagstaff, AZ.  He practices native medicine, teaches at local schools, and travels with his family around the United States, sharing their oral traditions.  His teachings include edible and medicinal plants, sustainable living, survival skills, and traditional guidance.  He also does physical healing sessions including spinal adjustments and massage.