Meditation and Healing

We run a variety of meditation, contemplation and healing sessions over the course of each month.

Progressive Christianity Network
Christian – base contemplation forms a part of this group. Details can be found here.

Healing Meditation Series
This monthly meditation series explores your seven energetic centres as a means of creating physical, emotional and spiritual harmony.  Learn the basics of meditation including posture, breathing and body focus and how your spirit speaks to you through your physicality.  All welcome.  For further information

Healing at The Chapel
30-minute healing sessions are available between 10am-1pm on the second Tuesday of each month (generally, but do check the calendar). Healing is a safe, supportive energy therapy with no religious affiliation, that activates your natural processes to restore balance to your body, emotions, mind and soul. Treatment is given on a couch (or a chair if lying down is difficult), and will consist of hands-on and off-body work. Please wear loose, comfortable clothing. All ages welcome. Booking in advance is recommended by contacting Marion (see below) or you can simply turn up and every effort will be made to accommodate you. There is no charge but a modest donation towards the Chapel upkeep is appreciated. Healing is complementary to all forms of healthcare, including allopathic medicine. Marion France 07949 039367 marion@intuitivetouch.co.uk www.intuitivetouch.co.uk

Spiritual Creative Café
Meeting every six weeks on a Tuesday, 10am-12pm we welcome anyone interested in the healing arts including practitioners and non-practitioners who wish to share ideas, skills and experiences, and network in a relaxed, social setting while participating in a light-hearted creative activity.  Just £3 goes towards the venue and refreshments. Contact Marion for further information or register your interest:  marion@intuitivetouch.co.uk    07949 039367

 

 

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