Available in person at Rising Tide International and live-streamed via zoom.
Healing Retreat starts Thursday Night and ends Sunday at lunch.
Sliding Scale Price: $233-$433, please pay what you are able. (Online Only Price: $233).
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Devi Tide is the Kefayat (Head) and Vice President of the Sufi Healing Order in North America, New Zealand and Australia. She has over thirty years of experience as a teacher of healing and the esoteric sciences, bringing the qualities of wisdom, heart, subtlety, humor, and intelligence to her role. Devi has contributed to and offered programs in India, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and North America. In her seminars, public speaking, and individual sessions and retreats, Devi represents the inner vitality and harmony of the body, mind and spirit, the vitality of our interconnected world, as well as personal transformation.
Nur Alima Smith is a Shafayat (senior teacher and healer), a Cherag, a Healing Conductor and a Raphaelite Healer in the Inayatiyya Healing Activity. She is adept with various breathing techniques, having studied this for 35 years. Nur Alima brings the Inayati philosophy and practices to the community groups. She has run many trainings for staff and volunteers in Hospice and multiple Veteran Organizations focusing on these techniques and how to heal oneself with the breath.
Since 2015 Nur Alima has also led a weekly meditation group for Veterans who have PTSD. Her additional work with the Veteran Community includes teaching meditation and relaxation techniques to those on active duty about to be deployed and those who have just returned from combat. She also leads a monthly meditation session for Hospice volunteers and staff.Nur Alima serves on the Inayatiyya Healing steering committee, and lives in Syracuse, New York. Early in 2023 Nur Alima Smith together with Raqib Kogan became Co-Vice Presidents of IO Healing Activity.
Raqib Misha Kogan, MD
Raqib Misha Kogan received his medical degree from Drexel University, College of Medicine. He is the medical director of the GW Center for Integrative Medicine and associate professor of medicine in division of Geriatrics and Palliative Care at George Washington University. Raqib has been on Sufi path since 2001. Together with his wife Rafia he completed Suluk training in 2009. Raqib has been working closely with Devi Tide and other healing activity leaders for over 10 years and assisted in organizing and running number of annual Leadership Retreats. Raqib’s long term goal is to bring healing wisdom and practices of IO to more people, especially those who are vulnerable and on limited income. To achieve this goal Raqib founded AIM Health Institute, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area that provides integrative medicine services to low-income and terminally ill patients regardless of their ability to pay. Early in 2023 Raqib Kogan together with Nur Alima Smith became Co-Vice Presidents of IO Healing Activity.
Jessica Bromby has had her home healing practice called Hearthaven for over 25 years. She offers healing retreats in her Home or on zoom remotely. She guides and organizes individual or group retreats and programs locally or online globally. She teaches the Awakened Healer class with Devi Tide and is helping to teach the Healing retreat guide training with Devi, Sarmad, Gayatri and Jamila this coming year. She’s a Shafayat, Healing Cherag , Ziraat Farmer, Raphaelite Healer and healing retreat guide. She is a zikr leader and offers zikrs monthly. She is also a certified dance leader in the dances of universal peace, a representative in the Inayatiyya as well as friend of all Sufi orders and friends of all of creation. Jessica teaches children at a local school, Mangrove community school, in Florida. She also guides a rights of passage group for young teens called Daughters of the Earth. She is Canadian raised on a farm in rural Quebec, avid traveler ~ globe trotter, now living in Florida with her two cats Bibi and Mani and husband Akbar by the Gulf of Mexico in their jungle home Kalama.