Summer is coming abruptly to an end. Fall is a great time to join some fun workshops ? be it just for the joy of learning or for support on your Journey to Health. Rainbow Healing is offering a variety of classes, evening and weekend ones. Read course descriptions below and click the registration link to sign up.
This class will give a whole new meaning to the use of colour & light. Through exercises you will understand and experience the power of this form of healing. The rainbow of colours is truly a gift to humankind. Come and enjoy a colourful evening.
DATE: Tuesday, Sept. 23; 6:30 ? 9:30 pm COST: $80.00 incl. GST, booklet, therapy blend
Herbs & Natural Lifestyle Choices to Support and Strengthen your Immune System
The goal is to provide students with information and tools in order to stay healthy through the flu season. Topics include: herbs, nutrition and lifestyle. The major focus will be on prevention; however suggestions for acute care will also be given.
DATE: Wednesday, October 1, 6:30-9:30pm COST: $80.00 incl. GST
This intensive workshop will provide you with a solid understanding of Bach Flowers. You will learn through exercises how to incorporate flower essences into your daily life, how they can assist you in true healing and in unfolding to your full potential and how to create your own flower essences.
DATES: Saturday & Sunday, OCTOBER 4 & 5, 9:30am-5pm
COST: $375.00 incl. GST, individual Bach Flower Remedy and course handouts
Iridology is the study of the iris including its texture and colour. Sclerology refers to the study of signs such as colour and blood vessels in the sclera (white of the eyes). Both are gentle and non-invasive ways of identifying inherited strengths, weaknesses and current challenges on the physical, emotional and spiritual level.
In addition to learning about the fundamentals of this art and science, you will get the opportunity to take a ?peak? at some of the other students? eyes and experience iridology and sclerology first hand for yourself.
DATE: Saturday, October 18, 9:30am to 5pm
COST: $180.00 incl. GST, iris photo, handouts
For more information contact Gudrun at 780.532.2464 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
?Hands on Feet? is an introduction to the ancient art of reflexology. Reflexology is a gentle, non-invasive form of healing applied primarily to the feet. Reflexology deals with the underlying principle that we have reflexes in the feet that relate to every single cell of the body. Working these reflexes stimulates the body and assists it in maintaining and / or regaining balance.
This course will provide students with the knowledge and skills required to give a complete foot reflexology treatment. Theory and practice will be interwoven throughout the entire course. Hand reflexology and other healing modalities will be discussed and included whenever time permits. By the end of the course students will be able to locate all individual reflexes as well as give a complete foot reflexology treatment.
Learn and enjoy this relaxing art as part of your ?Journey to Health”.
WHERE: Grande Prairie
WHEN: 2 consecutive weekends in March; OVER 40 hours of instruction
COST: $577 including GST*
– Academy of Reflexology $ 834.75 for 32 ? hours
– Ontario College of Reflexology $147 for 8 hours
?If you?re feeling out of kilter,
Don?t know why or what about,
Let your feet reveal the answer,
Find the sore sport, work it out.?
~ Eunice Ingham
EFT WORKSHOP ? 2nd Class, December 3, 2013
Please note: First class is full.
Introduction to EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique)
1. Wednesday November 27, 2013 – 6:30 ? 9:30 pm (most likely full but feel free to inquire after Nov. 25) OR,
2. Tuesday December 3, 2013 – 6:30 ? 9:30 pm
Hands on Feet ? Reflexology Intensive – 2014
March 7,8 & 9 AND March 14, 15 & 16
Details to follow…
Bach Flowers: Unfold to Your Full Potential – 2014
February 15 & 16 (most likely)
Details to follow…
Please pass on the info to anyone potentially interested and let me know if you are considering taking any of the classes.
Green Blessings or should I say White Blessings (it seems more appropriate for northern Alberta at this time of the year!),