Savannah giving the "Balancing the Womb with Ohm" treatment.

Healing Humxn
The gentle & powerful force that is Love led Savannah to start Healing Humxn many years ago. It all began when she put her hands in the dirt and listened to the wise whisper of plants, nature & Creator. It brings her joy to have the opportunity to teach others how to encourage balance in their body guided by the Indigenous practice of Womb Steaming, Acuvibrational Sonotherapy & the ancient health science of India, Ayurveda.
Pelvic Steam
Looking to first learn about Womb care, she attended the Steamy Chick Institute where she was trained by Keli Garza & Aqiylah Collins on the following: Peristeam Facilitator, PFc, Individualized Steam Plans + Herbal Formulas, Womb Cleanse Care 101, Womb Steaming for Labor Preparation & Womb Steaming for Postpartum Care. Right around this time, she was trained to provide  Womb-focused Acuvibrational Sonotherapy treatments, a non-invasive, energy-based healing practice rooted in East Asian Medicine, by Colleen Lovejoy.
As time went on, Savannah found herself craving to learn more about how the body can heal.  She enrolled at the Radiant Living, Academy of Āyurveda where she was instructed by Patricia Wickman (AD), Sonia Masocco (AP), Dr. Anusha Senghal (BAMS) & Dr. Asavari Manvikar (BAMS).
Following 2 years of studying Āyurveda through the classical texts: Charak Samhita, Sushurta Samhita and Ashtanga Hridaya, she received her Āyurvedic Health Counselor Certification and  continues to have invaluable Āyurvedic mentorship from Sonia Masocco (AP) who has been doing this work for 40+ years.
She is currently working towards completing her Āyurvedic body therapy training including: Abhyanga, Shirodhara, Nasya, Kavalagraha, Karna Purana, Netra Tarpana, Swedana, Udvartana, Pinda, Uro Basti, Lepa & Marma therapy.
About Savannah
When Savannah is not asking you about your poop &/or menstrual cycle, you can find her recharging in the nearest spring fed water with their wife & 3 wild dogs, connecting with the local healing community, stewing a whole chicken, watering the garden, soaking up art, live music or finding new ways to connect to their culture.