Blue Winds Dancing Sanctuary is a non-profit farm that is located in Oklahoma. The purpose of this organization is to help people deal with post-traumatic stress disorder. Ingrid Huffman is owner of the Blue Winds Sanctuary. She is also a former veteran.
Ingrid served in both the Army and Navy Nurse Corps. She is now retired, but she has spent time in Iraq. Ingrid now suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder. However, she does not think that medication is the best way to manage this condition. She has stated that many people take pill after pill and still do not get better. She also stated that the high rate of suicide among veterans shows that people need better treatments.
Ingrid has been working with Dr. Albert Villodo and has studied Shamactic energy medicine. Dr. Villodo believes that people have to heal their brain before they can heal any other type of their body. Post-traumatic stress disorder is related to the emotions that one was experiencing from a traumatic event.
Ingrid also believes that it is important to heal the gut. Blue Winds Dancing Sanctuary serves food that is free of genetically-modified organism. The farmers work hard to make sure that they provide fresh food for the people who come to the Blue Winds Dancing Sanctuary.
Ingrid welcomes all veterans to come out and find out about how they can heal naturally from PTSD. She will also help educate people about the benefits of organic farming. Additionally, she is looking for volunteers.
In order to purchase food from the Blue Winds Dancing Sanctuary, you must pay a membership fee of $35 to the Clientele Membership Club. You will be able to save up to 40 percent if you buy food from the Blue Winds Dancing Sanctuary. Ingrid will be hosting a Spring Open House in June, which will give people the opportunity to taste the produce grown at the farm.