Rhiana Tehan Leads a Journey Through the Chakras
Join reiki master teacher Rhiana Tehan, owner of Be Reiki LLC, for a journey through the chakras in a series of seven workshops. Chakras are centers within the body through which energy flows. If not cared for, a chakra can become imbalanced, excessive or deficient. Participants will learn how chakras affect daily life through practical journaling and reflection exercises.
Each of the seven workshops focuses on one of the seven chakras. Classes can be taken in person or online. All classes meet from 1:30 to 4 p.m. on the following dates: August 27, root chakra; September 10, sacral chakra; October 1, solar plexus chakra; October 22, heart chakra; November 5, throat charka; November 26, third eye chakra; and December 10, crown chakra.
Attendees will balance and clear their chakras by learning more about subconscious energies that affect physical, mental and emotional well-being. “Each time I teach this course, I learn valuable tools of insight and self-discovery that have increased my awareness and allowed me to release beliefs and energies that no longer serve my highest good,” Tehan observes. Body workers can earn up to 21 continuing education credits. Classes can be taken in person or online.
Cost: $35 per workshop. Location: 1005 Main St., Mukwonago. For more information, call 262-498-4162, email Rhiana@BeReiki.com or visit BeReiki.com.
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