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Louisiana Locations for Healing

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Louisiana has long since been a deep rooted healing and healers community.  Natives are kin to the earth and common sense.  Nature and nurture go hand in hand and healing in the land of Louisiana is profound.

Louisiana Healing Locations

We are located in New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Serving Greater New Orleans

Locations we serve extend far beyond the borders of Louisiana.  However we focus on those in need who make the trip to get to us wherever we are in the world.  

Some areas we serve locally; 

New Orleans is in Orleans Parish, but it’s surrounded by several major parishes. Here are some of the major parishes in and around New Orleans we serve:

Healing in Orleans Parish:

This is where the heart of New Orleans resides, including the world-famous French Quarter with its historic architecture, lively music, and unique Creole and Cajun cuisines.  The parish is home to the iconic St. Louis Cathedral, Jackson Square, and Bourbon Street, known for its vibrant nightlife and annual Mardi Gras celebrations. The Garden District, with its stunning antebellum mansions and the above-ground cemeteries like St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, further adds to its rich tapestry.

Healing in Jefferson Parish:

Just to the west of New Orleans, this parish boasts attractions such as the Gretna Historic District and Lafreniere Park. The parish is known for its family-friendly Mardi Gras celebrations and is home to the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. The Lake Pontchartrain shoreline, with the adjacent towns of Metairie and Kenner, provides opportunities for water sports and boasts beautiful vistas.

Healing in St. Bernard Parish:

Located to the southeast of New Orleans, this parish is rich in history and played a role in the War of 1812, especially at the Chalmette Battlefield. The region is known for its fishing opportunities and is a haven for seafood lovers, especially during the Delacroix Island fishing excursions. The Los Islenos Fiesta celebrates the Canary Island Spanish heritage of the area, making it a unique cultural blend.

Healing in St. Tammany Parish:

Located to the north of Lake Pontchartrain, it offers a mix of nature, history, and culture, with attractions like the Abita Mystery House and the Northlake Nature Center. Covington, Mandeville, and Slidell are some of the major towns here, each with its own charm, from arts and crafts fairs to local breweries. The Tammany Trace, a 31-mile-long trail, offers cycling, walking, and horse-riding opportunities amidst Louisiana’s beautiful landscapes.

Healing in Plaquemines Parish:

Stretching southeast from New Orleans and following the Mississippi River to its delta, it’s a crucial area for the seafood industry, particularly shrimp, oysters, and crabs. Fishing and boating are major activities here, with the Delta National Wildlife Refuge providing a home for numerous species of birds and wildlife. The parish’s history is intertwined with the river and sea, making it a significant player in Louisiana’s maritime culture. 

Additional Areas we serve; 

Healing in the Garden District: 

Known for its well-preserved antebellum mansions, the Garden District is a living testament to New Orleans’ golden age. Stroll along Magazine Street for unique boutiques, eateries, and the iconic Lafayette Cemetery No. 1.

Healing in Uptown: 

Home to the historic St. Charles Avenue with its grand mansions and iconic streetcars, Uptown boasts the Audubon Park and Tulane and Loyola Universities.

Healing in Central City: 

A hub of African American culture, Central City hosts the Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard with its art, dining, and music, and the Southern Food and Beverage Museum.

Healing in Freret: 

Located between Uptown and the Central Business District, Freret Street’s revitalization offers a mix of restaurants, bars, and music venues, making it a vibrant local spot.

Healing in Broadmoor: 

Rising resiliently after Hurricane Katrina, Broadmoor now boasts the Rosa F. Keller Library and Community Center and is home to a mix of cultures, evident in its churches, schools, and eateries.

Healing in Audubon: 

Named after the sprawling Audubon Park, this area is also home to the Audubon Zoo and the picturesque Mississippi River flyover.

Healing in Touro: 

Nestled within Uptown, Touro is recognized for its charming homes, Touro Infirmary, and its proximity to Magazine Street’s array of shops and restaurants.

Healing in Central Business District (CBD):

The modern heart of New Orleans, the CBD hosts high-rises, the Superdome, and the bustling Canal Street, contrasting with historical spots like Lafayette Square.

 

Healing in Irish Channel: 

A historically Irish area, this neighborhood is a blend of cultures with shotgun homes, bustling Magazine Street, and the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade.

 

Healing in Gretna: 

Located on the West Bank of the Mississippi, Gretna is known for its historic district, weekly farmers market, and the Gretna Heritage Festival.

Healing in City Park: 

This expansive green space houses the New Orleans Museum of Art, the picturesque Sculpture Garden, and offers recreational activities from paddle-boating to mini-golf.

Healing in Lakeview: 

Bordering Lake Pontchartrain, Lakeview is characterized by its family-friendly atmosphere, Harrison Avenue shops, and the New Basin Canal Lighthouse.

Healing in Gentilly: 

With a diverse community vibe, Gentilly offers an array of charming homes, Fair Grounds Race Course, and the annual Jazz Fest.

Healing in Bayou St. John: 

Named after the bayou itself, this neighborhood boasts serene waterside views, the annual Bayou Boogaloo Music Festival, and proximity to City Park.

Healing in Tulane: 

Often associated with Tulane University, this area also highlights the uptown college atmosphere and has Audubon Park as a notable backyard.

Healing in Bywater: 

With vibrant street murals, eclectic eateries, and Crescent Park, Bywater exudes bohemian charm and artistic flair.

Healing in Algiers: 

As the second oldest neighborhood in the city, Algiers offers a quieter, scenic view of the New Orleans skyline, historic homes, and the Jazz Walk of Fame.

Healing in Marigny: 

Adjacent to the French Quarter, Marigny is known for its vibrant Frenchmen Street, filled with live-music venues, and the colorful Creole cottages that line its streets.

 

 

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