Date(s) - Tuesday, November 22, 2016
6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
Are the upcoming holidays, decorations, and gatherings triggering anxiety or sadness? Exciting as the holidays are, they can also be a stressful time for anyone, especially for those who have experienced some form of loss, including but not limited to the death of a person or pet; family tension; illness; emotional triggers; loss of your home, job, relationship, or lifestyle, and more…
Join grief resolution pioneer, Annah Elizabeth, for relaxed conversations in an emotionally safe environment with like-minded neighbors to learn valuable strategies and tips to help you navigate this difficult time with a little more ease and grace.
Classes will be offered Tuesday evenings for five weeks. Each week is a stand-alone event that discusses a different topic, without prerequisites. Save money by registering with a friend or by purchasing multi-session passes.
FREE IET® Energy Work Session:
Each class will be followed up with a FREE 5-minute, Distance Integrated Energy Therapy® (IET®) empowerment session to help clear stored negative energy from your body, allowing you to feel freer and more relaxed.
All classes run from 6:00 – 7:15 pm, EDT (New York) time zone
11/22, 11/29, 12/6, 12/13, 12/20
$135/5 nights bundle ($40 savings!)
* Register with a friend and each receives $10 off bonus! Full payment for both participants must be made during registration. Just choose the “2 Journeyer” option and be sure to list the names and e-mail addresses of the participants in the Special Notes box during checkout.
The day before the event, you will receive an e-mail with the call-in number†, access code, and easy-to-follow instructions. It’s super easy!! Trust me!
†Participant is responsible for all long-distance fees and charges
Classes have interactive components. Have something to write with and something to write on. It doesn’t have to be elaborate. If I remember correctly, Kit from the movie Pretty Woman once left her friend Viv (the talented, Julia Roberts) a note written in lipstick. Bring whatever you can comfortably put your hands on, whether it is an elegant journal or your kid’s crayon and a sheet of his loose leaf paper. This entire series is about helping you find ease, peace and grace.
Disclaimer: Please note The Five Facets materials and these programs are not intended to provide and do not constitute medical, legal, or other professional advice. The content and services provided by The Five Facets are designed to support, not replace, medical or psychiatric treatment.