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Meet Norman Arellano

Norman is a Traditional Medicine Man, healer, mentor, and advocate for youth empowerment, health and education. He has completed CranioSacral Therapy I & II with The Upledger Institute International, is a Reiki Practitioner under The Usui System of Natural Healing and has completed mastery coursework in Shamanic Energy Medicine, Light Body Healing & Health Coaching with The Four Winds Society. Norman is a graduate of The Light Body School. He is currently working on his Shinpiden Reiki Master training.

Norman has a Bachelor's in Ethnic Studies from UC Berkeley and taught for just under 20 years in New Mexico's special education classrooms. 

Norman was born with the gift of mediumship and with the natural ability to see energy. He hopes to empower children and their guardians in recognizing and caring for their luminous energy fields.

Norman follows a long lineage of indigenous and traditional healers, curanderos, and shamans, including his own mother who has a private practice in southwestern New Mexico. 

"Somos de la Tierra..." were words spoken by his grandfather, Manuel Nanez. “We are of the Earth.” As stated by Norman, “This quote has provided me with guidance and focus throughout my personal journey to the here and now.” He feels that the ethics of taking personal pride of one’s work were instilled in him at a very young age. This has fueled his desire to work with and for people at soul levels.

Norman feels that his teachers and his loving relationship with Adrienne has inspired and empowered him to attain higher levels of heart centered healing for others. He continues to study and develop his abilities and is truly dedicated to his life's path

Norman is the author of Our Rainbow Body Ages 5-10 and Our Rainbow Body Ages 8-15.  He offers integrative sessions both in person and via distance.

Norman's Reiki Lineage: Mikao Usui, Chujiro Hayashi, Hawayo Takata, Phyllis Furumoto, Elizabeth Valsala, Virginia Nanez, Paula Terrero & Frances Varela.