Friends remember Krys Seligman
A former Park City Diva who was diagnosed with cancer in late 2007 will be remembered by her friends this weekend.
Seligman was a treasured member of the Park City community from the time she moved to Utah in 1994. Working in a number of restaurants and bars over the years, Seligman’s upbeat attitude and tableside singing quickly captured the hearts of many Park City locals. As a collector of antique jewelry and vintage clothing, Seligman’s original style and grace have made her a more-than-memorable Parkite.
No stranger to cancer after losing members of her family, including both parents, to cancer, Seligman was diagnosed with a rare cancer, Adenal Carcinoid of the appendix in late July of 2007. After undergoing chemotherapy, Seligman began working with non-traditional healers and holistic medicine in March 2008.
Her journey with three different healers, specializing in different techniques, will be documented in a film called, "Living Into Power" by Lisa Needham and David Waterfall.
The practitioners who worked with Seligman include drum healer Toby Christensen, a recognized expert and innovator in the field of healing music. Through his music, Toby uses sound energy from the drum to create a force that disrupts unhealthy patterns and then combines elemental rhythms to restore and realign the mind, body and spirit.
Seligman is also worked with Julie Sands, a wellness practitioner with expertise in energy healing. Using the modality of Cranio-Sacral Therapy, the deep instrinsic pathways of the cerebrospinal fluid and nervous system are released and aligned for optimal wellbeing.
Finally, Jamee Curtice, Energy Medicine Consultant and Shamanic Practitioner helped Seligman. She works with private clients and teaches training programs on how to shift attitude, mind, and emotions to assist an individual to change energetic imprints and refocus life into new possibilities.
Celebrate the life of beloved local woman, Krys Seligman at a party on Saturday, Sept. 27, 2-11:30 p.m. at the Avalanche Ranch in Oakley – 1000 East 4741 North. Festivities will include Tibetan Buddhist Prayers offered by Lama Thupten, food, dancing, and enlightenment. BYO beverages and please – no dogs. If you would like to help contact Haven Daley 435.659.1157 or Sue Post 435.640.1432.
For more information visit http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/krysseligman
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