Nikira has been facilitating workshops on healing and social justice for over fifteen years. She became a Reiki Master in 2006, and subsequently graduated Mount Holyoke college with a concentration in Environmental Justice. Nikira has extensive experience working with LGBTQ and foster youth in public schools and community centers. She holds a Masters of Divinity from Pacific School of Religion and is pursuing ordination with the United Church of Christ.
When ThetaHealing facilitated enormous changes in Nikira’s life, she became an Advanced ThetaHealing® Instructor. She has training in ThetaHealing® Intuitive Anatomy, through which she learned to identify and clear patterns of dis-ease in the body. She also teaches ThetaHealing® Manifesting and Abundance, and uses these tools to empower clients to create what they truly desire in their lives.
Building upon the strength and experiences of those who came before her, Nikira centers justice and liberation in her work as a healer, educator, activist, and minister.
Marissa grew up in the Boston area and was strongly influenced by the liberal faith tradition of Unitarian Universalism. As a teenager she left high school to pursue self-directed learning. She received a BS in Integrative Design from Gaia University, through which she studied creative writing, earth-based spirituality, queer and feminist studies, permaculture and social justice. She is a candidate for an MA degree in Social Transformation with Pacific School of Religion.
Marissa is an Advanced Practitioner of ThetaHealing® and Reiki. She holds space for deep healing with warmth, clarity and compassion.
Disclaimer: Nikira and Marissa are not medical doctors and are not licensed to make diagnoses. If you believe that your condition is serious or life-threatening, please contact a licensed medical professional. ThetaHealing® and other modalities we practice are designed to work with, not as a substitute for, professional medical care.