If you have ever been curious or wanted to experience spiritual alignment medicine man Jason Engelbrecht and high-dimensional healer Shelley McConaghy may be able to help.
The duo will be based at the Cinnabar till August 11 before heading to Dubbo.
Originally based on theNSW east coast, Mr Engelbrecht said they will be offering different spiritual services either in person or via distance.
"People who come and see us generally can have some form of an ailment, whether it be an emotional, physical or spiritual issue and what I do is lift and shift the 'humbug' for the individual," he said.
Mr Engelbrecht also said he has been practicing as a medicine man for five years after meeting Ms McConaghy.
"I didn't plan on becoming a Kurradji, also known as a medicine man, I was on my own journey and prior to meeting Shelley I was looking to work with folks who I could relate to," he said.
"I was looking for the best in this country and was prepared to go overseas to visit First Nations people because I thought it was going to be difficult to introduce myself here in Indigenous communities and I don't know where to start."
Ms McConaghy said her work with Kurradji Dreaming and Divine Balance Australia focuses on a holistic and intuitive model when working with clients.
"Nearly 20 years ago, I was trained in polarity therapy and crystal healing, but I call myself a high-dimensional healer because the practices all roll into one," she said.
"My clients come to me for a variety of different reasons, whether it be anxiety, depression, but also women seeking to fall pregnant and people wanting to clear energy blocks."
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