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Leslie Zehr


Leslie Zehr is a sacred arts teacher, mentor and midwife to those on the path to rebirth. She lives in Egypt, where she spent twenty years serving the goddess Hathor in a modern day temple in Cairo. She holds a BS in psychology has International Certifications in Aromatherapy, Touch For Health, Hypnotherapy and Diplomas in Homeopathy and Sandplay Therapy. She is the author of The Alchemy of Dance: Sacred Dance as a Path to the Universal Dancer and The Al-chemia Remedies: Vibrational Essences from Egyptian Flowers and Sacred Sites.

Leslie left western culture in 1986 to make her home in Egypt. She is one of the very few writers and teachers of esoteric wisdom that actually resides in Egypt. Her main work is the Universal Dancer.  Based on her experiences in the temples and throughout Egypt, she has developed this method of teaching Dance and esoteric wisdom.

Leslie opened one of the very first Centers for Health and Well-being in Egypt in 1995. Leslie has International Certifications in Hypnotherapy, Touch for Health and Aromatherapy as well as Diplomas in Homeopathy and Sandplay therapy. She is a Reiki Master and holds a BS in Psychology from VPI, where she also studied Biochemistry.

She is Cairo’s most prominent Aromatherapist. In February 2006 she presented a talk to the Doctors at the National Research Center of Egypt as a way to introduce Aromatherapy to Department of Complementary Therapies.

Leslie’s Shamanic work with plants has led her to develop the Al-chemia Remedies a line of Egyptian Flower and Sacred Sites Remedies.  The remedies were birthed between the years 2000-2004.  The last one was prepared on the 8th of June 2004, during the Venus transit when the goddess began her journey underground.  The Remedies hold the energy of Egypt herself and can be used for transformational and alchemical healing. 

As well as her book she has published numerous articles on Sacred Dance, Aromatherapy, Spiritual Astrology, The Mayan Calendar, Personal Alchemy and the Al-chemia Remedies. She has three websites and a blog called Contemplating the Universe.

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