The Healing Heart Center will host a series of Free Seminars in January


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Press release submitted by The Healing Heart Center

The Healing Heart Center will host a series of Free Seminars in January, 2009

The Healing Heart Center is located at:

Georgian Square Suite 201

1035 Lincoln Road

Bettendorf, Iowa 52722

Monday, January 12, 2009 from 6:00 P.M. to 7:30 P.M., "What Is Shamanic Healing" is a free presentation at The Healing Heart Center by Debra Morrill. Debra has a shamanic healing practice in Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin and at The Healing Heart Center in Bettendorf, Iowa. She specializes in soul retrieval, ancestral healing, compassionate de-possession and helping clients connect with their inner wisdom for healing. Her teachers include Jaes Seis, Herb Stevenson, Julie Tallard Johnson and Betsy Bergstrom.

In Debra's presentation you will:

-experience sacred space for healing

-learn a simple grounding technique to help connect with inner wisdom

-breathe and release an energetic block stored in the body

-learn about the different types of shamanic healing techniques

-identify the three main sources of original wounding.

On Wednesday, January 15th at 6:30 P.M., Beth Shelly, Ph.D. will present "Kegel What? What Every Person Should Know About Bladder Health" Beth Shelly is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and is an internationally known physical therapist and educator in the field of Pelvic PT. She has over 22 years of experience, has completed research and written chapters on the subject. She lives in Bettendorf with her husband, four children and 2 grandchildren nearby.

On Monday, January 26, 2009, at 6:00 P.M., Rona Boyd, Spirituality Guide, will present: Channeling, with Loved Ones and Life After Death" She will discuss how her work with channeling with loved ones through relaxation can help. Rona Boyd is a professional psychic and medium who has practiced in the Quad Cities for over 12 years. Besides offering private counseling sessions, she travels the Midwest with her workshop, "Channeling Loved Ones" which re-connects people with loved ones who have passed away. She has also developed various classes meant for personal growth and spiritual development.

Beginning February 2, 2009, Yoga will be offered every monday evening at 6:00 P.M. at The Healing Heart Center. Your first class is free and you may come and go as you please. Yoga is taught by Phyllis Vinar. Phyllis teaches TriYoga which is a complete and revolutionary system based in ancient yoga. The result is increased energy...physically, mentally and spiritually as well as providing mental clarity.

Please call The Healing Heart Center to register or for more information: 563-370-7995 or email: director@thehealingheartcenter.org.


















 



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