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Reiki Level 1 with Linda Neumaier, Tess Olson, and Elizabeth

Kyle Pope
1-4 p.m. , Saturday April 06 | $150

Co-learners will attain knowledge of the body's energy system; gain awareness of energy healing of the physical body of self and others; receive a Level I attunement and be able to give and receive physical proximity healing energy through hands-on or light touch.



Where: Women Writing for (a) Change
Phone: 513-272-1171
Address: 6906 Plainfield Road
Website: www.womenwriting.org

Women Writing for (a) Change

6906 Plainfield Road
Cincinnati, Ohio
45236
 
Women Writing for (a) Change inspires women and girls to craft more conscious lives through the art of writing and the practices of community. This mission is rooted in the knowledge that the well-being of women and girls has a positive effect on families, institutions, and the planet.
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