Perpetuity Healing Arts is a Seattle-based healing practice specializing in divination, energy healing, and herbalism leveraged through the spiritual, energetic, and plant methodologies of Palo Mayombe and Reiki, to help individuals achieve sustainable wellness. At Perpetuity Healing Arts, we maintain a holistic view on wellness.
Our practice incorporates healing modalities that address the whole person - the mental/emotional, physical, and spiritual. We support you by identifying and investigating your concerns, developing a plan of action, and executing adroit solutions that transform challenge and lack, into abundance and empowerment.
All of our services are designed to incorporate preventative and supplemental care. We specialize in:
- Reiki (for anxiety, pain alleviation, and preventive care);
- herbalism (for anxiety, skin conditions, energy cleansing);
- ancestral work;
- solution-based works (e.g. house cleanings, lamps, spiritual baths, and other works for resolving issues around money, job, etc.)
We serve our clients in Spanish, Portuguese, and French.
Negarra A. Kudumu, Founder & Owner
Negarra's ancestral roots reach back to Mississippi and Georgia, and before that to present-day Angola, Congo, and the Senegambia region. Her maternal lineage's tradition of caring for the dead manifests in her contemporary healing practice, which includes the Espiritismo Cruzado and Muerterismo traditions.
She has maintained an active interest in the cultural, and specifically the spiritual, traditions of the African continent and its diaspora for 20 years as both student and practitioner. She holds the title of Yayi Nkisi Malongo (priestess) in the Brama Con Brama lineage of Palo Mayombe and is a non-initiated lay practitioner in the Pimienta lineage of Lukumi. Negarra is also a level II Reiki practitioner and an herbalist.
Perpetuity Healing Arts is advised by a Council of Elders who represent diverse cultural, professional, and spiritual backgrounds.
Iyalorisa Sabrina Davis-Parham
Yaya Nkisi Malongo Teisha Shaw
Awo Orilana Èṣùdina (Luis E. Marin)
Riverdale Park, MD