Kalyn Wolf: Wellness Counselor/Metaphysical Plumber
Kalyn Wolf, the owner/healer at Cloud Nine Flotation, says, “The human experience is often unbalanced. You may feel content in certain areas of your life, where others feel out of whack. Chakra clearing and spiritual healing can help you find overall balance and contentment in your life.” This kind of healing can be anything from a gentle energy balance to a full-blown session including recommendations of diet and color therapy. “I see the healing arts in very practical terms. I see myself more as a metaphysical plumber than anything else,” she says.
Wolf has the ability to see the chakra system, where there are clogs and where the system needs patching, and using the tools she’s learned over the years, she aids in unclogging and patching one’s chakra system. “I do a general clearing, then we get to work on your entire system, one chakra at a time, beginning with the Root Chakra,” explains Wolf. She says if the foundation or root isn’t solid, the rest won’t be either. She encourages people to float as well at Cloud Nine Flotation, in order to integrate what they have learned, as well as the other well documented benefits of floating including profound stress reduction and mind expansion.
Healing has always been a part of Wolf’s life. In fact, it’s in her name. “Healers” is Wolf’s middle name, and it’s a family name, made up of the first letter of each of her parents, grandparents and great-grandmother’s first names. When she was 3 years old, she had a near-death experience while being the first to survive a then-rare heart surgery. After that, she had what her grandmother called healing hands. Her mother constantly told her she was overly sensitive, but she remembers her father, a mystic, telling her there was nothing wrong with her that time wouldn’t correct.
When Wolf was around 15, she met a woman who saw her gift and taught her how to contain her own energy and how to move energy through a vessel either hands-on, or remotely. Wolf became reiki-attuned in 1985, the same year she discovered flotation therapy, also known as sensory deprivation therapy. She and her partners opened an alternative healing center in Tucson in 1986. After receiving a vision in 2015, Wolf opened her second Wellness Center, Cloud Nine Flotation on the East Side in her home studio.