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Wellness & Longevity Counseling

Chances are, if you’ve landed on this page before, you probably think of Wind & Wing as catering to those who are nearing the end of their lives, which is still very much the case. However, a few months ago, I decided to expand my offerings by focusing on ways that I can help people who still have a lot of living left to do. This prompted me to return to school. I ended up enrolling in three certificate programs at Cornell University: Wellness Counseling, Healthy Living & Nutrition and Medicinal Plants. Now I’m happy to report that I’m ready to start seeing clients who are looking to work towards a healthier, happier future but who might need the additional support of a counselor. I also recently completed my Level 1 Integral Qigong Teacher Training through the IIQTC. Pair that with my Tai Chi Easy Practice Leader Training and we have a counselor with a wealth of mind, body, movement, living, and nutrition insight. So, let’s make great things happen people! See my Wellness & Longevity Counseling page for more information. 

“Self-care is how you take your power back.” — Lalah Delia

The Whimsy Mercantile

Visit the Wellness Space, Cafe & Shop

Exciting news! Wind & Wing has a new home…an actual physical location! Welcome to The Whimsy Mercantile located at 2075 East Shore Drive in Lansing, New York. The space wears many hats but it’s certainly up to the task. Inside is a shop featuring locally made health & wellness products such as natural soaps, tinctures, salves, balms, fire cider, syrups and home cleaning products. There’s an assortment of trifted and handmade items that will appeal to every budget. And no, end-of-life issues are not ignored in this space– the shop carries Rest of Your Life Planners, urns and memorial jewelry right there, front and center. The cafe serves herbal teas, coffees, hot chocolate and will soon be offering a selection of delicious foods. The wellness space holds weekly movement classes such as Tai Chi, Qigong and beginners dance as well as hosts Sunday letting go ceremonies for those who are grieving. There’s also a small spot set up with a massage table where all forms of health & spiritual practitioners have a safe, convenient space to see clients. So if you’re in the area, please stop by and say hello!

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“Birth and death are the most singular events we experience – and the contemplation of death, as of birth, should be a thing of beauty, not ignobility” – Jacob K. Javits