About Eloia: Art and Healing

Personal Biography
The directive is simple: Love One Another. Therein lies the Peace of God, which you seek, yearn for, and call Home.
-Ascended Master, Jesus

LoriCraigTorok courtyardLori Craig Torok, also known as Eloia, is a Reiki Master Teacher, Sound Healing Practitioner, and Shamanic Practitioner who also holds a Bachelor’s degree in English Education (Theatre concentration) and Master of Arts degree in Dance from State University of New York at Brockport. 

In a previous version of herself, Lori was a professional dancer, singer, and actress in New York City and worked as a Radio City Rockette for three years, among many other performance credits. Later she was the Director of the Musical Theatre program at the University of Alabama, Birmingham (’96 – ’99) and the Chair of Theatre Arts and Dance at Mt. San Jacinto College, Menifee, CA (2000 – 2014). Presently, in this lifestream, she is the Artistic Director of Avocado Dance Theatre and President of Dance Theatre Collective of Southern California, a non-profit community service arts organization.  She also works with the City of Temecula on dance programing and is the Dance Scholar-in-Residence for the Old Town Temecula Community Theater.  

Following the happiness of her heart and the guidance of her angels, she began Eloia Healing Arts and the Temecula Reiki Center to share her desire to work in Light and to bring Healing Energies to others who seek a deeper connection and experience of Life.

Lori is a Reiki Master Teacher in the Usui Tradition and is a certified Karuna Reiki® Holy Fire II Reiki Master Teacher.  She is also a Shamanic Practitioner and a Sound Healer. Her guided meditations and sound baths are a highlight at Temecula Reiki Center and are a lovely introduction to the Center and the high-vibrational work that is done there.

Lori is an ordained minister (since 2011) and celebrant. She enjoys creating space, with Holy Fire Reiki and Shamanic ritual, in celebrations of all kinds for individuals who wish to create a personal rite and/or sacred ceremony which honors personal beliefs and convictions.



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