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​ Testimonial by Kelli Lene LMT, I emerged from this class with new protocols, new challenges, and renewed enthusiasm.  I feel excited because I have a fresh approach to the stones and my covenant with my clients. I feel challenged because I will, for the first time in memory, be adding new items to my menu that are the exact protocol that I was taught.  The payoff is my clients and I will have the opportunity to experience a connection with these ancient healing traditions as never before.  Already my long term clients are remarking on how much they are enjoying the   return of the stones and we have only touched the surface. Oh what adventures we will have!


​This two day 16 CE course is a pre-requisite for the more advanced hot and cold stone massage classes. This course offers the most unique and current research available in safety, sanitation and alternating temperatures in the stone massage profession. This introduction to Native American stone massage methods will assist you in advancing your career. Using various temperatures, specific pressure and vibrations will relieve stress, stimulate circulation, remove inflammation, alleviate pain, enhance the immune system, aid detoxification, improve lymphatic drainage, reduce swelling and enhance over-all health. Stone Medicine is one of the most profound stone massage treatments available today. 

​ Instructor: Janelle Lakeman:   Janelle has been a licensed massage therapist since 1997 in Washington State with a thriving business in a small town of 3,000 folks north of Spokane.  She met Jenny Ray in 1998 and began her walk on the ‘Red Road’ in earnest.  Janelle is a student of Shamanic Healing following the way of Jenny’s ancestors.  A couple years later, she took her first ‘Stone Medicine’ class and hasn’t put the stones down since.  She is an instructor for Stone Medicine LLC as well as a Reiki Master.  Janelle is a board member and Director of Education for the Stone Massage Association. Janelle was inducted into the World Massage Hall of Fame in 2014, the highest honor paid to a massage therapist. She received the Auntie Margaret Humanitarian Award in 2013 in recognition of her volunteer work.”

I will continue sharing ‘Inyan Pejuta’ as long as the Stones call me.  There is no retirement! It’s an honor to carry this Medicine and a responsibility to send it forth to future generations.”

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Stone Medicine Presents  Native American Healing Arts  Stone Massage

For centuries, indigenous people have relied on natural healing modalities found all around us,

from using plant life for medicines to using hot stones along the creek bank to relieve muscle tension and stress. 

Cold stones from free flowing creek beds have been used to aid in decreasing inflammation. 
Class instruction will include: education in Native American ceremonies and how they

play a role in a persons’ body/mind/spirit wellness. 

Many daily ceremonies are interwoven with the “Stone Tribe” medicine.
There is a calling to invite all peoples to help heal the world. 

Here is a unique way to become “the Hollow Bone” and allow Creator to work through you.


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                                   Rain Bath  

Rain Bath is an ancient form of aroma therapy combined with stones, intended to

rebalance the physical through affecting the nervous system with plant oils, aromas,

and healing stones of various temperatures. This treatment is a very gentle and non-invasive

method of alleviating stress and anxiety, helping to restore balance to the body's chemistry.
A variety of physical ailments can be affected by the essential oils. A Rain Bath treatment protects

nurtures and enhances the immune system. This is a neurological treatment that assists the body with

detoxification, eloquently blending modern science with ancient tradition.