Facebook Party Introduces the Facilitators of Dragon Egg Academy
All day on Saturday, February 9, people can learn via Facebook about the new Dragon Egg Academy, an online course program covering classes on topics such as divination, intuition, energy work, elementals, dragons and more. Dragon Egg Academy was founded in January by intuitive counselor and certified consulting hypnotist Keridak Silk. She, along with other Dragon Egg Academy facilitators, will introduce themselves, answer questions, offer tips, and provide giveaways, contests and more during the free Facebook event.
“These classes allow you to discover the magic within you,” Silk says. “Learn at your own pace, in your own home or office, and meet others across the globe who are interested in the same topics.” Silk and other Dragon Egg Academy facilitators bring a lifetime of experience leading metaphysical arts classes and workshops throughout the United States. The course content consists of videos, audio meditations and written materials. Current offerings are There Be Dragons, Transform Your Inner Landscape, Intuitive You! 101 and Growing. In-person classes are also available.
For more information, call 303-887-6477, email Keridak@DragonEggAcademy.com or visit Facebook.com/dragoneggacademy or DragonEggAcademy.com.
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