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Reclaiming – The Journey Back to Peace In Our Bodies and Hearts

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  • Full Name: Silvia Graber
  • Location: Twisted Oak Studio- Central
  • Phone: 250-221-4040
  • Expires: 23 days

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    ONE WEEK LEFT FOR EARLY BIRD PRICE OF $199

    Join Registered Holistic Nutritionist Silvia Graber, for an in-depth exploration to reconnect with our emotions, access our bodies wisdom, and find true healing and balance.

    6 Weeks

    Friday August 2- Friday Sept 6
    6-7:30 pm

    Topics covered will include:

    Getting Back Into Our Bodies
    Rewriting Old Self-Destructive Tapes
    The Relationship between food, eating, and our buried
    emotions
    Personal Power – Personal Choices
    Our Journey To Self-Love and Acceptance
    Balance in Our Diets and Lifestyle

    Body awareness meditations will be included in each session along with take-home exercises

    Please Register by sending an e-transfer to sageheartnutrition@gmail.com

    Or Register online at https://www.twisted-oak.ca/eventsworkshops

    $250

    $199 EARLY BIRD IF YOU REGISTER BY JULY 16
    Twisted Oak Studio
    202A – 338 Lower Ganges Road

    Space Is Limited. Register now to ensure your spot.

    If you’d like more information about me, please visit my website http://www.sageheartnutrition.wordpress.com

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