Carusicarus Practice

welcome to

balance your vibrational energy and honor your

processes through holistic health practices


Alternative Healing

Carusicarus Practice is a sanctuary for holistic health practices; A company designed to hold a space for those seeking to build a foundation around true love for themselves. Our vision focuses on the building blocks of energy with offerings of service in reiki healing and flourishes from there into other holistic practices.


Clients are welcomed into our home environment as a whole community.


meet the founder


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Brittney Lanosga is a certified Reiki Master and a member of the Professional Reiki Association practicing in Illinois, Indiana, and Iowa.  Credentials can be found here


She discovered the healing energy in a cozy home in Denver, Colorado during the winter of 2013. Brittney was moved in a way that led her to pursue mastery in reiki. Her lineage involves Level 1 and Level 2 taught by Laurelle Gaia and Michael Baird at Peace Place in Sedona, Arizona.  


After taking time to hone in on the beginning levels, Brittney’s mastery was achieved with Gaia and Baird’s teacher William Lee Rand in Los Angeles, California. She is passionate about holistic health, clinical mental health, the natural elements, the environment with a focus in water, and emergency management.




Carusicarus in Latin translates to dear Icarus. The legend of Icarus flying too close to the sun is the inspiration behind our brand. We all have an innate desire to reach for our most vibrant selves.  The sun referenced in the story of Icarus signifies the journey to our best selves.


As we mirror each other, it has been brought to our attention that we all face obstacles and stressors that weigh heavy possibly even breaking our wings.


Carusicarus Practice reminds us that the process is beautiful during each chapter of our lives in a way so we can rebalance energy of the nervous system as well as the fields around the being. We strive to implement rituals to celebrate wings in their present stage of growth or rest, ultimately shifting our focus around the modality in which we choose to fly.