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Liz Guerra announced as the final speaker for the Indigenous Holistic Health and Healing Speaker Series

Release Date: March 24, 2023

CSU Pueblo in partnership with El Pueblo History Museum and Storytellers of the Ancestral Red Road (SOAR) announce Liz Guerra as the final speaker in the monthly Indigenous Holistic Health and Healing Speaker Series. Guerra will present Practicing Holistic Healing: Understanding Mind-Body-Spirit Connections on Thursday, March 30 at 6 p.m. at the El Pueblo History Museum. 

Guerra is a Curandera, one who works with folklore medicine, and practices holistic health with ancestral methodology to bring healing to personal trauma. Her focus is to help the body release stored trauma through body work, herbal support, and ceremony. These practices are used to accelerate healing of mind, body, and spirit.

Ancestral medicine teaches that to have complete health, there must be balance and health of mind, body, and spirit. Guerra will explore through storytelling, what complete health and balance looks like in the modern world, how modalities of old can couple with experiences of the present, to support healing and growth.

The SOAR Indigenous speaker series is designed to create a space for community connection and healing. The series concludes with an Earth Day celebration on Saturday, April 22 at the El Pueblo Museum featuring Indigenous music, storytelling, dancing, and arts/crafts. Admission is free and open to the public.

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