Come to The Rose and The Swan and learn how to play your part in helping the world.
Grandmother Sasa (Swan of the North) Joyce E. Bryant, Universal Healer, has been working for more than 40 years to teach people to remember, heal, love and bring light to themselves and the world. Her teacher - the Beloved Woman of the People (Grandmother Nakai Breen) - was a Cherokee Medicine Woman and Holy Woman, who brought into the world the Medicine Hoop of Life.Learn more about Grandmother Sasa and how her important teachings can help you.
8 Covered Bridge Road, P O Box 734, West Ossipee, NH 03890-0734
Throughout the generations, the medicine has been passed from elder to youth. Grandmother Sasa's teachings are shared openly with all. Those who come with an open heart and mind will be filled with the blessings of peace, love and happiness.Learn more.
SPREAD THE WORD
The Medicine Hoop of Life Ceremony is held twice a year - in June and October - at The Rose and The Swan Healing Center, a place dedicated to healing the healers, in West Ossippee, New Hampshire. Learn More.
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The Medicine Hoop of Life
Healing the Healers
The Grandmothers took a vision and a dream and brought it to The Rose and The Swan on the Bear Camp River in a valley of healing powers where the Spirit of our Ancestors at the Eastern Door can share with us. When you come to The Rose and The Swan, the Medicine Hoop of Life or one of Grandmother's teachings, the Spirit will meet you and the Dream will unfold.
To share is to care. When you participate at The Rose and The Swan you learn how to open yourself to Creator and the power of prayer.