Suzanne DeWees began her spiritual practice of yoga and meditation in the mid 1970's and became a founding member of The Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. By attuning to spirit, she received guidance through the medium of automatic writing in the early 1980's. In time, she channeled spiritual guides and a spiritual teacher from the non-physical dimension. The foundation of her mediumistic talents lies in Aware Presence.
Suzanane was awarded the title "Acharya" or "spiritual anchor" by Yogi Amrit Desai in 1992 while residing at The Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Lenox, MA. At that time, she was Director of The Spiritual Lifestyle Training Program.
Throughout the 1990's, she taught programs in yoga, meditation and wellness throughout the United States and Iceland.
She has participated in ongoing meditation retreats in the Vipassana and Dzogchen traditions for the past 35 years. She has studied with meditation masters in Burma, India and Nepal; as well as with senior teachers at the Barre Insight Meditation Center, Kripalu Center, and Thailand. She and her husband, Cole, completed a Vedanta Retreat in Rishikesh, India in March 2019, in an ashram on the banks of the River Ganges.
Suzanne's main focus during a reading includes guidance on awareness, mindfulness, self-healing, spiritual growth, and personal transformation.
She allows for a higher perspective to come from spirit to look at and deal with life's situations.