Metro Calendar

Event:
June 18- Group Crystal Healing
Location:
Wellness 360, 241 Sears Ave
Start Date:
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
End Date:
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Time:
6:30-8pm
Event Details:
Crystal prana healing enhances self-healing by harnessing the power of crystals and gemstones. Crystals are used to extract negative emotions and diseased energies, clear and balance the chakras, and effect emotional release and deliver high vibration prana. Crystal prana healing is non-religious, complements allopathic healthcare and may be performed at a distance or onsite.

What to Expect

This session includes a meditation to prepare the physical, mental, and spiritual bodies for releasing debris and receiving healing; a group healing session; and tips to maintain excellent physical and emotional health. Participants are invited to bring a yoga mat and blanket to recline/relax during the healing.

Please visit www.youcanhealyourself.org or call 502.727.7390 for more information about crystal prana healing.

Groups will meet Tuesdays, June 4th & 18th at 6:30p

About the Instructor
Laurie Donnelly, a crystal prana healer practitioner based in Louisville, was first motivated to explore alternatives to surgery after a cancer scare in 1990. From this, her awareness of the body’s ability to heal itself was born. Laurie began offering local and distance non-touch pranic healing sessions early in 2012 after studying under top mentors in the field including Louisville-based pranic healing veteran Ashley Cooper. She is certified to practice the basic and advanced levels of pranic healing, pranic healing for psychotherapy and pranic crystal healing. “The premise behind crystal prana healing is that every person, every being, has the ability to heal ourselves and others.” she explains. Donnelly holds a Master’s degree in adult learning theory and many components of her professional experience in information technology have contributed to her approach to healing work. Laurie is infinitely grateful to be of healing service to Earth, to our community and to be the mother of Annika Klein, a sophomore at Brown University in Providence, RI.
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