BREATHING ROOM  – A Women’s Meditation and Yoga Group

Monday evenings in October.  See flyer below!!

Breathing Room 2 Flyer


Welcome Gloria Alday Portillo, LAc to Palo Santo

Gloria will be offering a series of talks on health issues on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays.  See Below:

Dates: Classes will be every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month

A new topic will be every 1st Tuesday of each month

“Foundations of Chinese Medicine and What It Treats” will be repeated every 3rd Tuesday of every month

Classes will begin on September 4, 2018 with the first class to be “Foundations of Chinese Medicine and What It Treats”. 

Time: 6:00pm -7:30 pm     Nominal Fee: $15.00

Location: 3045 N. 1st Avenue, Ste. A

Each class will offer you more than just information! We will have activities, self-evaluations, simple health benefitting exercises, or hands-on treatment demonstrations. You are guaranteed to walk out enriched!  Please RSVP by texting me your information and date of the class to 520-245-4403 as soon as you can. Limited space is available due to room size. 

Sept 11, 2018 Foundations of Chinese Medicine and What It Treats

Oct 2, 2018 Get Some Sleep Tonight   

Nov 6, 2018 Treating Stress and PTSD Without Meds

Dec 4, 2018 Retaking Our Lives from Anxiety and Depression 

Jan 8, 2019 Getting Rid of Headaches with Chinese Medicine

Feb 5, 2019 Self Help Techniques for a Better Life

Mar 5, 2019 Detoxify Yourself

Apr 2, 2019 Lose the Weight and Keep It Off

May 7, 2019 Take Charge of Your Life and Tell Your Bowel to “Back Off!”- June 4, 2019 Secrets to Health and Vitality 

July 2, 2019 Women’s Reproductive Health

Aug 6, 2019 Men’s Reproductive Health

Disclaimer: Presenter reserves the right to change topic, format, etc. in order to bring you the most up to date information.





Beginning July 31 for 8 weeks.  This group will focus on RELATIONSHIPS and communication.  $150.00

Facilitator:  Camelia Shaheed, LPC.  Please email her to register:




Thursdays at 6pm.  $5.  Please join us!!!!





Intervention Services offered to break through the addicted person’s denial, so they can experience a moment of clarity, see the depth of the problem, and accept help.


Family Support in Coping with a Loved One Suffering from Addiction

Group will begin when 3 people enroll.  Group is co-facilitated by 2 licensed
addiction professionals and focuses on the unique issues that family members face
when a loved one is suffering from addiction.

Topics covered include:
Communication, trauma, conflict, family roles, coping strategies and addiction disease model education.

Groups are held Saturday mornings from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM, require enrollment and are open ended.

Cost is $40 per session.

Grief After Loss of a Loved One due to Addiction.

Group will begin when 3 people enroll. Group is co-facilitated by 2 licensed addiction professionals and focused on the unique issues that family members face after the loss of loved one due to addiction.

Topics covered include: Grief, trauma, conflict, family dynamics, coping strategies, death and dying.

Groups are held Saturday mornings from 10:30 AM to noon, require enrollment and are open ended.

Cost is $40 per session.






Dr. Ann Baldwin offers Equine Facilitated Learning which promotes personal exploration of feelings and behaviors in an educational format through unmounted interactions with horses. Horses are sensitive, feeling oriented animals who can recognize peoples’ emotions. Dr. Baldwin guides clients through equine facilitated activities with the aid of breath control, emotional projection and biofeedback technology. By experiencing a horse’s reaction, clients can access their feelings and emotions and learn to adapt them to their greater good. Sessions take place at a barn 8.5 miles east of Palo Santo. Dr. Baldwin is a horse owner and rider and has volunteered at Therapeutic Riding of Tucson for over 12 years.

Call Dr. Baldwin to schedule – 520-991-9458




Join us for up coming ‘pop up tea rooms’.  A good friend will be offering educational talks, various teas for sampling as well as selling teas from China and Japan.  We plan to have space available for working, reading, or quiet sharing with friends.