Good Vibrations at Free Spirit School
To learn to incorporate holistic techniques into everyday life, Free Spirit School of Integrated Energy Healing (FSS) offers a two-part course, Good Vibrations, which takes place from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., November 28 and December 5. Participants will learn energy healing techniques that include movement for relaxation, exercises to clear and charge the chakras, mindfulness techniques and restorative work with crystals and stones.
Holistic practices provide myriad options for health and wellness. One of the easiest solutions to the distress we experience in life is to create an awareness of our breath. Breath work helps to focus the mind, increase concentration, boost energy level and decrease body tension and other side effects of stress.
FSS is a multidisciplinary approach to the development of healing practices that helps students to find the heart and passion of their lives. The school’s creative, yet straightforward approach to teaching allows students the opportunity to develop their mind-body-spirit connections in a safe and comfortable environment, and encourages them to find their voices and talents.
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Cost: $70. Location: 4763 N. 124th St., Butler. For information, call 262-790-0748, email FreeSpiritSchool@gmail.com or visit FreeSpiritSchool.com.
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