Finding Balance: Concha Garcia Allen in Santa Fe New Mexico


Saturday, November 14, 2020 
2-4 p.m.
Online EarthWalks Event with Concha Garcia Allen

How to move through the minutes, the hours and the days, especially when there can be fear, anger, anxiety and depressing loneliness? Where is safety to be found? The most helpful question is how do we rediscover our own anchors, resources and strengths within?  Finding that, we can better develop good relationships with our fellow two-leggeds even as we search for our own being and purpose.

Concha Garcia Allen  Concha, a  curandera (healer) and Zapotec native originally from Oaxaca, Mexico will offer a powerful way to rediscover our personal resilience and strength, beginning with this introductory two hour online session. 
Concha was trained by Guadalupe de La Cruz Rios, a “Mara’akame” (Medicine Woman) of the Huichol tradition and her four “great aunts” in traditional practices. With over 30 years of experience, she is also a licensed mental health counselor, licensed massage therapist and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner.

“We are beautifully created Measured beings and our Movement blends, flows, moves with the All,” said Concha.  “In this beginning workshop and those to come, I will combine dance, ritual, prayer, Somatic Experiencing and body sense-fullness to help you experience your own unique relationship to the stars, planets, the sacred elements, the guardians of the four directions and most importantly the relationship to your own sacred measurement. This is an invitation to mark your unique place and time on earth and to remember your positive contribution to the balance and harmony within the universe and fellow beings.”


Contact Earth Walks for details on how to sign up, the affordable sliding scale donation and with any questions you may have.  You will need to have Zoom on your computer or phone to participate.

About Earth Walks
Earth Walks is a cross-cultural, environmental education program offering its services for the past 20 years. It is located on indigenous Pueblo land now known as Santa Fe, New Mexico. The program offers  experiences that offer a bridge between ancestral traditions and contemporary life. Participants are welcomed as family and friends into villages, homes and communities to enjoy a variety of activities. Website and blog:  Coordinator of Earth Walks is Douglas Conwell