Subject: Speaker Series - Sas Carey July 1st, 5:30 pm, ACMS Library

ACMS Speaker Series
Reindeer Herders in My Heart
Stories of Healing Journeys in Mongolia
Sas Carey
Founder and Director of Nomadicare

5:30 PM, Thursday-July 1st, 2014, ACMS Library, ULAANBAATAR 
East entrance of Natsagdorj Library (next to two Ger's on Seoul St.)

for the last 10 years, Sas Carey has been working with remote communities of Mongolia to share her knowledge of community medicine and learn about traditional Mongolian cultures and healing.

Join Sas Carey as she discusses her calling to a remote community of nomadic reindeer herders in the northernmost reaches of Mongolia. Live her experiences and encounter the spirit world, truth, ancient ways of healing… and a strong hearth connection
About the Presenter  

 Speaker: Sas Carey

Sas Carey is a registered nurse, energy healer, educator, writer, and filmmaker. She is the director of Nomadicare (, which she established in 1994 to improve the health care and cultural survival of Mongolia’s nomadic herders. She has also worked as a consultant for the United Nations Development Programme. A Quaker, Sas lives in a brick cottage beside an immense willow tree in Vermont and loves her visits with her twin grandsons.

For more information visit the ACMS website

Thank you to the American Corner and the Natsagdorj Library for sponsoring this event.


The American Center for Mongolian Studies is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting scholarship in Mongolian Studies.

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