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  • Full Name: Kelly Kiss
  • Location: 130 McPhillips Ave
  • Phone: 250.930.4545
  • Expires: 19 days, 17 hours

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    Reiki Shares on Salt Spring Island
    Wednesday, Sept 19, 2018 6:30-8:30pm
    Location: 130 McPhillips Ave,(across the street from the public library). By Donation.

    Join Kelly Kiss and Christin Boyd for Reiki monthly shares in Ganges on Salt Spring Island. Both Kelly and Christin are Reiki Master Teachers. Kelly is a Registered Teacher with the Canadian Reiki Association http://www.reiki.ca

    Reiki is a calming practice that helps to heal and bring balance to the body, mind and spirit. It supports the body in releasing stress and tension and creates deep relaxation. When we calm our minds, our bodies can heal.

    The system of Reiki includes hands-on healing both for ourselves and for others. Reiki is sometimes referred to as the “intelligent energy”, as it automatically flows to the areas in our bodies where it is needed the most. Reiki can be practiced by all ages and is wonderful to share as a family.

    The list of benefits to practicing Reiki are long, but here are a few:
    Decreases stress and anxiety and promotes deep relaxation, peace and healthy sleep.
    Can help to either alleviate or shorten length of time of colds and flu and other acute conditions.
    Supports the body in its own natural healing process on all levels: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual;
    Helps to encourage healthy lifestyle habits and promotes positive thinking;
    Assists with the release of toxins and energy blockages and creates overall balance within the body;
    Supports any medical treatment you may be undergoing, especially pre and post surgery and can help to speed up recovery time;
    Can be learned by all ages, during all stages of life and compliments all other healing modalities.

    Come and see what Reiki is all about in this Reiki share, or if you are already a practitioner you can receive 2 hours of practice for the Canadian Reiki Association. A fun and deeply healing evening!

    Group healing sessions. Open to all. For practitioners of all Reiki lineages, as well as those that want to experience Reiki for the first time and are just curious. We will start with a guided meditation that is deeply healing with the Reiki energy, and then break up into groups to share Reiki healing.

    Late-comers will not be allowed to join as it is disruptive to the group energy, so please arrive a little early to settle in! Thank you for your consideration.

    See website for more information! http://www.becominglight.ca

    Kelly also offers healing sessions Wed, Fri and Sat 10am-5pm at 130 McPhillips Ave by appointment. You can book online here: http://www.becominglight.ca/bookings.html

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