“Removing Limits – Enhancing your Healing Abilities” Retreat

When: Saturday June 20 and Sunday, June 21
Where: The Old Manse – 4614 Route 252, Mabou, NS
Cost: $289 including 14 hours of specialized healing time and learning, lunches, fun and friendship.

This weekend retreat is the opportunity to bring everyone’s talents to the table and find out how we can explore and dive deeper into their true value. Together we will look at the base components of the healing modalities, and then open up the heart and mind to dream and believe that the material can be explored to a much deeper depth based on experience, openness and creative intuition. For those with a Therapeutic Touch background, this will enhance the skills introduced in each of the levels. For those with a Touch for Health background, this will enhance and open the intuitive portion of your skills in relation to your muscle testing and corrections. Special games, skills and topics related to enhancing abilities will be explored, and of course the talent of the room will assist the level of exchange achieved. There will be only 10 spots for this special retreat. Two spots will be the winners of the Therapeutic Touch fundraiser, and the other 8 people will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.

The chance to win a spot will be offered for $5 per ticket, or 3 for $10, with the proceeds going towards the Bertha Ellis Fund. Tickets can be purchased from any TT Practice Group member. Just ask.

The winners of the Fundraiser will be guests at the Old Manse in Hillsborough for Friday night and Saturday night, will have their breakfasts and lunches included in the weekend, and the opportunity to be a part of the retreat weekend. Dinners will be up to the guests to decide upon, and there will be an evening event planned for Saturday night.

Other guests may book into Laurel’s B and B or Glendyre B and B Hillsborough and Smithville on 252, just outside of Mabou.

The cost for the weekend retreat is $289 and includes lunch on Saturday and Sunday. Saturday evening will include a trip to the Glenora Distillery for dinner and evening entertainment, and then a full Cape Breton experience with Cape Breton Square Sets at West Mabou Hall (lessons provided if needed). The cost for the dinner and evening activities will be at the participants own expense. The Retreat classes will run from 9 – 5 on Saturday, and 10 – 4 on Sunday. Handouts will be provided for each of the topics explored.

Who are your facilitators?
Michelle Greenwell has an extensive background in Touch for Heatlh, Therapeutic Touch and many more modalities. For her full bio please see www.dancedebut.com for more information.

Natascha Polomski is a Singing Bowl Massage Therapist with a strong background in Therapeutic Touch as well as other modalities. You can find more about Natascha at Turn up the Frequency on Facebook.

Both Michelle and Natascha are currently students at Akamai University in the Master’s program for Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Their expertise in their respective fields will enhance your skills and provide you with an incredible weekend of self care and self healing!

To register please email Michelle Greenwell at info@dancedebut.com. Payments can be sent by email or through the mail. The last day for registrations to be received are June 5. Cancellations will incur a 50% holding fee. Anyone needing to cancel from the retreat can substitute another person in their place if they have a healing background.

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