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Healing Village

The Healing Village is a marketplace-style area specifically designed to give and receive healing. This can include massage therapy, reiki, crystal healings, tarot/oracle readings or any other integrative healing art you may engage with!

After you register and get your Red Earth mug, go fill it up with tea or infusion and find your way to the Sacred Gateway. After your emergence from the gateway, stroll or dance or skip your way to Wellness. There you will find a plethora of healing modalities. Each practitioner will have their own sign-up sheet so be sure to sign up for a few treatments and readings for the weekend! 


If you are interested in vending your sacred offerings at the healing village please apply below and be sure to click the Healing Village at Wellness option in the application. We are looking forward to hearing from you and please feel free to inquire with any questions to:

* Teachers &  Performers, please check your own application agreements.

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Laura Cascardi

Laura has a passion for sharing herbal knowledge, healing with herbs, life-long learning and creating community. Laura is the director and creator of Equinox Center of Herbal Studies and has been passionate about herbs and herbalism since childhood. She was formally trained at Rocky Mountain Center for Botanical Studies from 1999-2001, and she couples her herbal training with a bachelor’s degree from CSU in Biological Sciences with a concentration in Botany. 

In private consultations she works one on one to discover tools for personal wellness that best serve each person. She focuses on creating a safe space where the individual can explore spiritual, emotional and physical growth. 

Laura loves coupling her herbal knowledge with her botanical expertise, and as a long-time resident of the Front Range, she is extremely familiar with local flora and often hosts herb walks focusing on edible and medicinal uses of local plants.

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