I'm moving from Santa Fe to ...
While this may seem sudden and surprising to many of you, I have been considering it for a couple of years now. My mind was going around and around trying to make a decision. Sometimes I would get a huge yes to stay, other times an equally huge yes to go. So I prayed, contemplated, and waited - trying not to think to hard - until I got a clear answer. That clarity came a couple of weeks ago and hit like a ton of bricks!
I am very happy about the move. I look forward to green grass, rivers, lush woods, the ocean and being closer to my family. I am excited to bring a fresh perspective about healing, health, and wellness to the area. I am looking forward to reconnecting with old friends and making new ones. I'm also sad to be leaving Santa Fe as my home base. I've been here for 16 years and it has been quite the journey. I have healed, changed and evolved during my time here in ways I could not have imagined. I have grown my family of choice and collected lifetime friends. There's a lot I will miss about Santa Fe and New Mexico. And I know this is the perfect choice at the perfect time for me.
Now for some logistics.
Santa Fe Wellness Center will continue under the stewardship of Rick Bastine and Dr. Dexter Russell. If you haven't been to our office, it is a truly lovely space. We consistently hear "Wow it feels wonderful in here!" the first time someone comes to the office. Your can check out more at our website.
We are looking for an awesome full time healing facilitator to take over the room I've been working in. We are also looking for a couple of folks who would like to rent space one or two days per week. Please email me if you're interested.
My last day in the office will be October 25. Please make your appointment soon before my in person schedule fills up!
Most of my services are equally effective at a distance so we'll still be able to work together.
Stay tuned for more updates in October!
Thank you all, from the fullness of my heart, for being a rich and powerful part of my life! With love, Dr. Christina