CHEO Has Specialty Share At Nov. 18 Meeting

Monday, November 5, 2012
The November CHEO meeting will be Specialty Share – with free mini-sessions in things like Reiki, chair massage, intuitive readings, cardiovascular screenings, aromatherapy hand massage with essential oils and more. 

The meeting will be Sunday, Nov. 18, 2-4 p.m .at the Community Conference Room at Eastgate Mall.

Participating are:
Cardiovascular screening - Mary Alice Crapo
AromaTouch hand massage--Brenda Matthews
Tai Ji--Chris Campbell
Far Infrared Light Therapy--Rita Richeson, RN
Foot reflexology--Merry Johnson, RN
Consultation for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation--Ryan Price
Intuitive reading--Janay Sullivan
Verbal Processing -- Sally Naylor
Mini healing with angelic blessings--Jacqui Johnson 
Kundalini Reiki--Donna McMillan

CHEO meets monthly on the third Sunday, to share holistic knowledge and samples of therapies with the public. Meetings are free and the public is always welcome. For more information contact Donna McMillan at 619-1935, DMReiki@yahoo.com.


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