More Spiritual Services Available at Angelik Hands, LLC
Angelik Hands, LLC, has expanded their list of services. In addition to reiki, owner Ann Miller—a reiki master, psychic medium and empath—is now offering angel card readings, intuitive/psychic readings, spiritual guidance and counseling, workshops, classes and community events. Miller is currently accepting appointments for these new services.
“These spiritual services can offer optimum health and wellness benefits, as well as clarity and direction for one’s life journey,” says Miller, who is trained and certified in the Usui Shiki Ryoho reiki method. As a psychic medium, Miller has the ability to see, hear, smell, feel, interpret and share messages received from spirit guides, angels and departed loved ones. Her empathic ability allows her to tune into the emotions and conditions of others.
Location: 3305 N. 124th St., Ste. A, Brookfield (inside Infinity Healing Center). For more information, call 414-429-5117, email Ann_Miller444@yahoo.com or visit Reiki-AngelikHands.com.
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