Chantal Garneau, reiki master and Naomi Assenheim, artist, host an open house, Treasures of the Earth, on Sunday, February 25 at Assenheim's Studio in the Stone Building of the Williams Mill in Glen Williams from 12-5 p.m. The duo recently returned from Tucson Arizona, home of the largest Gem and Mineral Show. Thousands of mineral collectors, buyers, jewelers, healers and stone fanatics flock to the city of Tucson every winter where conference centres, hotels, parking lots, and giant tents across the city overflow with people and stones from all over the world. As a reiki master and intuitive counsellor at the Ancient Way Wellness Centre downtown Georgetown, Garneau uses the stones in her healing work to clear blockages and to increase the flow of energy.
"At the Tucson show I am able to hand-pick from thousands of vendors the stones that have the best energy," she said.
She is very excited about the crystals she chose for her Chakra Balancing Kit which is designed to enhance meditation and to allign the chakras.
Assenheim of Opal Wing Creations turns healing stones into whimsical and wearable pieces of art at her Williams Mill studio in Glen Williams.
As a jewelry artist, she specializes in rare gemstones and crystals set in silver and gold.
Assenheim is passionate in her work, and enjoyed selection and experience that the Tucson show provided.
Her jewelry and Garneau's Chakra Balancing Kits will be available for purchase at the open house, as well as quality specimens from the Tucson show. For more information visit www.chantalgarneau.com or www.opalwingcreations.com
Naomi Assenheim and Chantal Garneau traveled to Arizona to the world's largest Gem and Mineral Show.