Therese Wade MSAOM, RHT

Antara: Sanskrit for “Within”, “Heart”, and “Intimate Relationship”.

Antara is a unique approach to mind-body medicine based on the understanding that every part of your body has its own consciousness. Through a combination of meditation techniques, you will be guided to go deep within to develop a heartfelt relationship with your physical body. As you do this, it will begin to trust you and cooperate with you on a new level. This advanced self-healing method draws in Source energy and activates the pineal gland, creating a new environment for enhanced communication between the mind and body. A process of talking to and listening to the body is followed in order to elicit beneficial changes within the tissues and systems.

My path as a holistic medicine practitioner began 20 years ago.  I hold a Master of Science Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Bastyr University. I have studied under shamanic practitioners Meaghan O’Leary, Char Sundust, and Daniel Foor.  I have completed a two-year certification in shamanic studies from the Sundust Oracle Institute in Seattle, and am a registered hypnotherapist in the state of Washington. My combined experience with eastern medicine, shamanic studies, hypnotherapy and kundalini meditation are integrated within my approach to mind-body-spirit medicine.

Keeping your body healthy is an expression of gratitude to the whole cosmos – the trees, the clouds, everything. -Thich Nhat Hanh  

Scorpius ©

Antares (masculine for Antara) is a red supergiant star in the Milky Way galaxy. It is the brightest star in the constellation Scorpius, and is often referred to as “the heart of the scorpion”. It is honored as one of the four Royal stars of Persia, which are also known as the Watchers of the Four Directions. Antares, Watcher of the West, is associated with healing, and the stimulation of raw creative forces.


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