Colleáyn T. Klaibourne
Qigong Master Healer, Health Intuitive, Wellness Educator & Artist
Spring Forest Qigong Master Healer Colleáyn Klaibourne has spent nearly 3 decades providing healings and readings for thousands of individuals and animals in her private healing practice and classes. She is a Health Intuitive, Wellness Educator, Spiritual Mentor & Artist. She is passionate about health & healing and helping others create profound changes in their lives.
She graduated with honors from the University of Wisconsin-Stout with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Interior Design and Space Planning. She planned on pursuing that as a career, but following a Near Death Experience in 1991, she began creating art and studying complementary healing techniques. She received her Practitioner Certification (Lay Minister) at Sancta Sophia Seminary, 1994-1998, & has studied Spring Forest Qigong through Master Chunyi Lin since 1999.
Colleáyn sees clients for private sessions, leads a Wellness Group, and speaks to medical professionals, colleges, and many groups on this healing art. She has a unique style of combining Intuition & Angelic wisdom with her daily work and speaking engagements.
Colleáyn receiving the Wisdom Award at the 2013 World Conference.
Wisdom Circle Award
Honoring my passion, commitment, contributions, leadership & student advancement in Spring Forest Qigong.
Mandalas, Flowers, Celtic Art…
“You’ll love her beautiful & colorful greeting cards, art pieces & jewelry because her passion for making them energizes every piece that is created.”
Colleáyn Klaibourne’s background is as vibrant as the art she enjoys creating. Her passion is in creating art – capturing beauty and colour in themes ranging from up-close floral and nature settings to traditional Celtic Art. To balance the detailed, intricate side of her paintings, she enjoys creating fun, whimsical playful artworks and hand carving her own rubber stamp designs.
As an Artist, she continually enjoys ways of expressing her creativity. Colleáyn currently utilizes Watercolors, acrylics and water-soluble oils as the primary medium for her artwork.