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This profile was last updated on 3/3/14  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Author

Local Address: Rhode Island, United States
Linda Hogan, Writer Independent Alternative Medicine Professional
 
Background

Employment History

  • Founder and Co-Owner
    Wild Women Enterprises
  • Founder, Co-Owner, President
    Wild Women Enterprises
  • Teacher
    Wild Women Enterprises
  • Formally Owner
    Natural Ways to Wellness (Self-employed)
  • Manager and Owner
    Natural Ways to Wellness (Self-employed)
  • Independent Alternative Medicine Practitioner and Instructor
    Natural Ways to Wellness (Self-employed)
  • Loan Officer
    Rogers Funds LLC
  • Commercial Mortgage Loan Officer
    Rogers Funds LLC
  • Founder and Facilitator
    Gaia Therapy
  • Founder and Teacher
    Gaia Therapy

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Reiki Master
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Projects
www.pawha.org, 9 Nov 2012 [cached]
PAWHA Advisory Board member Linda Hogan has teamed up with the Community Economic Development Center of Southeastern Massachusetts to teach English classes to the urban poor.
Linda has been called a mystic, ...
www.sacrednewearth.com, 20 Nov 2010 [cached]
Linda has been called a mystic, a healer, an intuitive and teacher. 
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Linda was asked to carry sacred items from Tibet and present them to Don Alejandro as a sign of unity and appreciation for his work keeping the ways of the sacred Maya alive.
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Linda has now been invited to travel to Palenque, Mexico to the Mayan Ruins on 11-11-11 where she, and others who choose to go with her, will do ceremonoy with Mayan priests to help usher in 2012 and the Shift to the new earth.  "Perhaps this is where the energy is needed.  The Ravens show up, I know I"m going on an adventure and Spirit sends me where I am meant to go."
Temple of the Inscriptions where Linda will lead ceremony for 2012                                                                  She is the author of "Walk Gently Upon the Earth", a book to awaken you to the beauty that is right in front of you and the many gifts that Mother Earth offers us.  She is also the author of "The Shaman in your Cupboard", a book of natural healing learned from indigenous healers.  Mother Earth gives us everything we need to sustain us physically, emotionally and spiritually....and it's all free. 
Linda has been on the the board of directors of several Environmental Protection Organizations.  She is also a board member of PAWHA (Pan American Whole Health Alliance) a non-profit that teaches self-health care to low income people of the Americas in the US and abroad as well as The Inspiration Foundation (founded by Roland M Comtois of Chalice Communications) She is a member of Rhode Island Holistic Healers Assocciation.
She is a Reiki Master , Tong Ren Healing practitioner and a Theta Healing Practitioner and Teacher. She is board-certified in holistic health and humanistic psychology.  Linda is a shamanic healer and teacher and sees clients  and heals land throughout New England.  She does intuitive readings, connecting to your soul for information. She is available for long-distance healing.   Linda leads small group trips to sacred energy spots locally and around the world.  She is currently living in Rhode Island.  Call 401-949-0049 to schedule an appointment. 
Hogan
www.naturalwaystowellness.com, 4 April 2006 [cached]
Linda has been on the board of directors of several Environmental Protection Organizations.Her love of indigenous cultures led her to work for a NGO helping Guatemalan Refugees relocate in this country.She is a board member of AIFC and PAWHA.ORG.
SUPPORT PAWHA
www.bebest.com, 6 July 2001 [cached]
Linda Hogan, who is on the Board of Advisors for AIFC, an organization that assists the indigenous of the Americas, tries to give the woman a break when she can by taking the children to the park or out grocery shopping. (By the way this is a very poor family and Linda buys them groceries to help them with their basic needs - do not think that our government picks up all the needs of our hard working poor.) Linda does not speak Spanish and Manuela has no English skills but as women they understand each other perfectly.
I went to visit Manuela again and told her in my "not-so-great" Spanish, "Soy una acupunturista sin agujas."(I am an acupuncturist without needles.) She already knew I worked with women in the jungle and with medical doctors, knew I had gone to Mexico to better my Spanish skills and set up volunteer programs there, and also knew that I was to be volunteering to teach English to those in her area with the help of the Community Economic Development Center.In fact, she had laughed that I thought I could become fluent in Spanish in two weeks in Mexico - I laughed too.Manuela once was a teacher (before fleeing the killing fields of Central America) and is so frustrated that she cannot help her own children with their homework.She wants to learn but the programs are not there.Now, after my second visit she wants to learn even more, not just English, because this is what happened.
I had brought my tiny medical kit - a zip lock baggie.What I teach is acupuncture without needles so all you really need is your fingers.Sometimes an herb is burned over or on certain points to stimulate them deeper and I had also brought some small "moxa" poles.
I asked her to take off her shoes as the points to turn a breech baby are located on the feet.I showed her where they were.
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Tonight I received an email from Linda - the baby turned.Linda wrote she had told Manuela that her feet didn't need to be rubbed anymore."NOOOOOOO" - I guess she liked it.Well there is no harm in a good foot massage so I wrote back that they should continue but the "moxa" should be stopped - unless of course her back went out because the same point for turning breech babies is used for back pain.
This is what the Pan American Whole Health Alliance is all about - complementary healthcare training for the peoples of the Americas - our Americas - all of them.More programs need to be developed both here in the USA and abroad.The need is great.PAWHA is an all-volunteer organization.
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Linda Hogan is on the net.Visit her site at http://www.wildwomen-ent.com/ .
Linda is offering this opportunity to you:
WILD WOMEN ENTERPRISES HAS OFFERED TO DONATE 25% OF THE PURCHASE PRICE OF ANY OF THEIR WILD WOMEN TEE SHIRTS TO PAWHA DURING THE MONTHS OF JULY AND AUGUST.MENTION PAWHA ON THE ORDER FORM IN THEIR CATALOG, OR IF ORDERING ONLINE, TYPE IN PAWHA ON THE COMMENT LINE.
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shaman article march 2003
www.wildwomen-ent.com, 15 Dec 2008 [cached]
Linda Hogan is a Reiki Master and Shamanic Healer and teacher with practices in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.She leads trips to South America to visit sacred sites and work with local healers.She is also the founder and owner of Wild Women Enterprises a company that has been celebrating and raising funds for women,s programs for the past 12 years.
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