High Mesa Healing Center
Jim Blackburn, Village Wellness co-
Vanessa Blackburn, Village Wellness co-
She is currently teaching personal Pilates equipment training at their Village Wellness
studio and also providing personal training at Alto Lakes Country Club Fitness Center.
Vanessa utilizes her varied background to customize training programs for clients
based on their needs, interests and level of fitness. Her deep knowledge of body
awareness provides a safe and challenging workout in all of her programs including
the unique "Pilates for Golf" program,"Poolates" water fitness at Alto Lakes, and
Beginner and Intermediate/Advanced Pilates Mat classes held at High Mesa Healing
during each Tai Chi Chuan and/or Rolfing session. Join him for relaxing, meditative
classes that will improve your flexibility, strengthen your legs, increase your cardiovascular
conditioning and fine tune your balance. Jim also teaches Eastern philosophy, meditation
and is a frequent instructor of wellness workshops in the community and at High Mesa
Healing Center. 575-
Linda Schreiber, LMsT, comes to us from the Baltimore/Washington DC area, where she was a 1993 graduate of the Baltimore School of Massage, took many hours of continuing education in the field, and operated a full time massage practice. Healing Touch, Therapeutic Touch, Pranic Healing, Reflexology, Craniosacral, and Lomi Lomi are just some of the techniques she has integrated into what she likes to call her “bodywork dance”.
A massage under Linda’s skilled hands is an accumulation of her education and experience
that brings relief from stress or pain, relaxation, and a sense of over-
Massage has become a complementary therapy to medical conditions including arthritis, chronic and temporary pain, circulatory problems, headaches, tmj, and as rehabilitation for sports injuries.
Contact Linda at or by calling 575-
Kathy Golightly was a teacher for thirty four years in Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois and Texas. Thirty years were in High school teaching English. She has been a student of A Course In Miracles for approximately twenty years and recently, since retiring has been a student of holistic medicine and healing touch. She believes those who are drawn to a study and meditation of ACIM have a precious grace to share. She sees the time set aside to share insights as the opportunity for individuals to grow in the awareness that we are ONE.
Willy N. Keus-
Willy completed her Healing Touch training in Houston, TX., where she worked on clients at the M.D. Anderson Hospital, in a nursing home in Kingwood, and with several elderly clients in their homes. She enjoys her Healing Touch practice, and also teaches breathing techniques for relaxation & for oxygenation of the organs.
Kaylah Glasgow is a native of Ruidoso. She is married to Richard and they have a
wonderful son named Samuel. She has worked with and volunteered for many organizations.
She's very involved with the schools and is currently the Co-
Susan Finch first volunteered at Peace Village in 2008, and the following year became
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