The Sanctuary Shamanic Healing Center
A branch of Oklevueha Native American Church
From Old French "sanctuaire", from Latin sanctuarium, from sanctus ‘holy.’
The early sense ‘a church or other sacred place where a fugitive was immune, by the law of the medieval church, from arrest.
The Sanctuary is located on the land of the Sacred White Deer, 6 acres of wild forest planted with over 100+ fruits trees, edible bushes and medicinal & native plants.
We are an officially registered branch of Oklevueha Native American Church.
Our land has been certified by New York Bee Sanctuary as a safe habitat for pollinators,
and by the National Wildlife Federation as a certified wildlife habitat.
Discover more below about The Sanctuary...
The Land of the Sacred White Deer, ancient home of the Lenape, located in the Catskills Mountains.
A Maloka, built with sustainable materials, to hold our sacred work
Chapelle Marie, our Chapel dedicated to the Divine Feminine
We have a large range of traditional, ancient and sacred instruments to support deep healing
The Sacred Bees protecting and nurturing our land
We have planted over 200+ Native & Pollinators friendly Flowers on the land
Our community gather regularly to do work on the land and supporting the sacred work