Rev. Terri Ann Heiman, BFA, RMT, RYT
Interfaith Minister, Spiritual Activist and Reiki Master/Teacher has been working in the Healing Arts for over 20 years beginning with crystals and stones creating healing jewelry. She began working with Reiki Energy in 1997 training in the traditional Usui Shiki Ryoho method of natural healing with Rev. Kathryn Barley and the Sanctuary of Peace & Harmony, Inc. In 1999 she was awarded the ultimate degree of Reiki Master Teacher. Today, she teaches all levels of Reiki to doctors, nurses, teachers, health care professionals as well as moms, dads and children. Terri has been published several times in Reiki News Magazine for her articles on Reiki and Palliative Care, Reiki and Divorce and Reiki and Death.
She continued her training in Energy Medicine with teachers Carolyn Myss, Julian Bien of Canada learning Color Harmonics, Crystal Energy with Laurelle Shanti Gaia and the International Center of Reiki, Sound Healing with the Open Center in NYC, Emotional Freedom Techniques with Ted Robinson of NY, Integrative Energy Therapy through Stephan Thayer’s IET teachers in NY, Healing with the Angels with Charles Virtue and Tina Marie Daily, and most recently in 2012, Yoga Teacher Training with Akasha at Birmingham Yoga.
In 2013 she completed Marie Forleo’s RHH Bschool where her soul and passion for work united pushing her in all areas of her life to be present and be a presence in life. With passion, she helps others to tap into their gifts and share their light.
Today, she maintains a private practice coaching individuals along the spiritual path. As an educator, she teaches what she practices to all audiences. She leads groups in sacred circles connecting with Mother Earth and the higher dimensions for the advancement of all mankind.
Terri has returned to the Birmingham area where she was born and is available for Reiki programs, workshops, teaching, ceremonies and private sessions.
Natural Forces Studio is located inside Birmingham Yoga at 605 37th Street South which is off of 6th Avenue South and on the corner of 37th Street.