Often energy healing is seen as personal and individual work. However, for September's C'ville Satsang, 3 amazing women will collaborate and share their unique gifts in a group healing experience that is hard to find: Elizabeth Bain, Kim Lohan and Dana Wheeles.
These three healers will relay their story of how collaboration has been a way to build friendship, community and offer healing. Participants will be guided via meditation and through an experiential exercise of holding "hara." This exercise works to connect the 3 points on the hara line - the tan tien (grounding / physical manifestation) the soul seat (longing / desire) and ID point (connection with divine). Participants will be guided on a journey of self-discovery and exploring how they can bring their own unique healing gifts out into the world.
This is a very special offering you will not want to miss.
Dana Wheeles works as a compassionate coach to individuals and business leaders, and serves heart-centered businesses with technology advice and content strategy. She dreamed up and presented Retreat Week on her own. Dana can be found at https://khakkhara.com/ orhttps://www.facebook.com/retreatweek2016/?ref=br_rs
As an Intuitive Energy Guide, Elizabeth Bain helps people navigate the inner realms and beyond. She also assists with the connection between people and their companion animals, opening to new levels of communication, understanding and healing. She can be found at:https://www.facebook.com/Elizabeth-Bain-Intuitive-Energy-…/…or here:http://www.elizabethbain.net/
Kim Lohan is a graduate of the Barbara Brennan School of Healing Science and assists clients to energetically restructure their lives through energy work. Kim also teaches classes on mindfulness and energetics in addition to offering larger community events. Kim is found at www.harastudio.comhttps://www.facebook.com/Hara-Studio-504159876329344/
This is a free event, however donations to Common Ground Healing Arts is always gratefully appreciated.
About C’ville Satsang
C’ville Satsang is a local group of like-minded individuals seeking a greater sense of community and connection through the love of all things yoga. Once a month we gather together to play, practice, discuss, meditate or chant. This group is intended as a collaboration between teachers, students and the yoga curious as a way to keep expanding our knowledge and loving support off our mats.
Questions? Please reach out to lynsie.mckeown at gmail dot com