Learn the Power of Change at Allowing Abundance Workshop
Susie Raymond, an emotional empowerment life coach, reiki master/teacher, esthetician and owner of White Sage Spa, will facilitate Allowing Abundance, a workshop from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., February 18, at Dragonfly Meditation Center, in Mequon.
Participants will be empowered to consciously listen to their own limiting beliefs about what they feel they might lack, and acquire a scientific method to create and achieve desires. “If you feel like there is never enough time, money, love or balance in your life, come and learn how to implement universal principles and simple strategies to attract what you desire,” Raymond says. “You always have a choice; however, if you don’t believe that or understand how to implement change, you will continue to do and be the same.”
Raymond has been an entrepreneur for 18 years, a reiki master/teacher for 16 years and a life coach for eight years. In addition to her own coaching practice, she is a coach with the International Institute for Emotional Empowerment.
Cost: $99. Location: 11649 N. Port Washington Rd., Ste. 225, Mequon. For more information, call 414-352-6550, email Susie@WhiteSageSpa.com or visit WhiteSageSpa.com.
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