A New Paradigm of Healers: The Mystic Chics

Story by Sheila Townsend


Photography by Brenda Tate Portraits

Although their name may sound like a rockin’ fun, contemporary music group, these three powerful energy healers and family members rock a different vibe that speaks to the modern mystic in all of us. Sisters Audrey and Wendy, together with their aunt, Mary, collectively bring decades of professional experience in the realms of energy healing, education, spiritual business practices, sound healing, movement therapy, and more. According to the Oxford Language Dictionary, the noun "mystic" is defined as “a person who believes in the spiritual apprehension of truths that are beyond the intellect." These Mystic Chics are certainly examples of that definition as they bring about and embody the eternal truth of humanity’s loving divine essence.


While many people may struggle to make sense of the world right now, some even feeling as though they are drowning in a sea of information while simultaneously starved for wisdom, these three unique women offer solace with a slice of self-empowerment. Many people are navigating huge life changes right now, often feeling powerless over their jobs, their families, even their own bodies. The deep cleaning and subsequent inner awareness that recipients of an energy session feel are the depth and breadth that provides the alignment needed to regain confidence, health, and clarity.

With a tagline like “a new genre of being,” these women certainly intrigue. Radiant smiles and youthful beauty make it hard to guess ages and easy to see that this trio is practicing what they preach. What the Mystic Chics do is a bit outside the box of your weekly yoga session and deeper (far more dimensional) than typical talk therapy. All three bring their own life experiences and have received numerous grateful testimonials regarding their work. The fact that they are all from the same family leaves many shaking their heads in wonder. Audrey, celebrating her 11th successful year at her energy healing business in the Berkshires of Massachusetts called Awaken with Audrey, has sensed energy her entire life, tapping into strangers’ experiences and emotions since she was a young child. Mary, a former performing arts director and teacher at Flint Hill School here in Virginia, is a talented, life-long musician and a sober advocate since 2015. Wendy, also a former educator (12th-grade Literature & Composition), brings yoga certification to the mix. All three love music and regularly incorporate it for its strengths in integrating new energy into the body. As part of their recent union, the Chics have also taken to writing and composing some original works designed to activate and promote self-awareness.


As these unusual times have prompted many to explore new topics and shift priorities, gaining a deeper sense of self can create a more stable foundation from which to navigate the future. A typical session with the Chics can zero in on a past trauma that may cause certain patterns of behavior resulting in self-sabotage. Disease or "dis-ease", is often rooted in distress, sometimes as far back as childhood. Wendy offers, “Every emotion seeks expression.” People can’t express every emotion they feel at the moment they feel it, whether walking down the street or in a meeting. However, given the connection between mental/emotional stress and dis-ease, raising personal awareness is invaluable to helping the body achieve its innate optimal health.


“No feeling; No healing.” To quote the Mystic Chic's original song Awaken the Mystery, “Don’t try to escape, really feel that pain. It cracks you open. It provides the gain. All we have is now, so be brave and let love through. Honor yourself and learn to be true.”

Raising awareness and becoming more conscious are not all fun and games. Excavating and getting to the root of any current problem is hard work. It takes commitment and authenticity. Audrey can often be heard saying, “No feeling; No healing.” To quote the Mystic Chic's original song Awaken the Mystery, “Don’t try to escape, really feel that pain. It cracks you open. It provides the gain. All we have is now, so be brave and let love through. Honor yourself and learn to be true.” Life is the ultimate DIY project. Living with grace and ease will yield tremendous and truly healthy results. According to Mary, “All of us are seeking to embody love. It truly is the essence of who we are.” Times such as these show us ourselves. May you gaze into the mirror and see your own inner mystic.

Find The Mystic Chics online at www.themysticchics.com

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