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Ehlahts Kohwaht Payihts:
Indigenous Body/Energy Work
Tuition and Event Fee: $850
Hosted by Dr. Norm Shealy
“Ehlahts Kohwaht” (or, “Gathering in from a Far Country”) is an ancient set of modalities once practiced by pre-conquest inhabitants of the Northwestern Americas. Restored to modern times through the Nemenhah ITO, EK Payihts brings sacred healing and relief to post-injury ailments and addresses the wear and tear of everyday life and harsh lifestyles. EK Payihts is distinguished amongst its sibling Elahts Kowaht modalities by its concentration on the flow of the “payihts” (or the “inner waters,” such as the lymphatics and Tsi/energy, that become sullied or dirty). Through increasing the range of motion in muscles, joints, connective tissues, and Tsi/energy, EK Payihts aids in the restoration of health and longevity to the whole body.
EK Payihts is administered with the practitioner and sufferer fully clothed, on floor mats or pads (massage tables are optional, if available) and requires a moderate degree of physical exertion from the practitioner (so students should come prepared for a good workout!) Discretion, modesty and propriety, in addition to high ethical standards, are particular points of strong emphasis within the Nemenhah.
Some afflictions commonly relieved through EK Payihts include:
– Radiculopathy (sciatica, radicular nerve pain).
– Cervical, Thoracic and Lumber pain.
– Skeletal misalignment.
– Chronic fatigue and stress.
– Lymphatic stagnation and poor circulation.
– Lost range of motion (post injury).
– Migraines and tension headaches.
– Poor Tsi/energy circulation, fortification and alignment.
Students will spend five days of intensive, hands on training culminating in individual certification in Ehlahts Kohwaht Payihts Indigenous Healing Ceremony from the University of Nemenhah, a Seminary of the Nemenhah ITO.
For more information about EK Payihts, contact the instructor:
Jonathan “Wellamotkin” Landis
(Nemenhah Minister and Custodian of EK Payihts Indigenous Healing Ceremony)