February and March Classes and Events (email email@example.com to register for any class or event)
Reiki Level 1 Practitioner Certification: Saturday 2/16/19 from 9 am to 4 pm. Begin your foray into energy healing and come away from this Usui Reiki level 1 certification ready to use Reiki healing on yourself, family, friends, pets, plants and more right away! Class fee includes textbook, additional materials, certificate and the day long class of teaching and hands on practice. Cost is $125, class size limited to five participants.
Society of Witchcraft and Old Magick Information Session: Saturday 2/23/19 at 10:00 am. This free informational talk and meeting is meant to relay all of the details involved in how our coven and its training program is run. Details of the spring class that will be forming will also be discussed and applications made available after the meeting for any who may be interested. There is no fee; this is a free informational session. This talk is limited to 15 registrants for seating purposes.
Reiki Level 2 Practitioner Certification: Saturday 03/09/19 from 9 am to 4 pm. Required for this course is successful completion of Usui Reiki level 1 certification. In level 2, you will gain mastery of the primary Reiki symbols, deepening the intensity of your practice and your role as a healer. You will also learn how to begin doing distance healing work. Cost of the class is $150, maximum enrollment five students.
Reiki Level 3 Practitioner Certification: Saturday 03/23/19 from 9 am to 4 pm. This is the Advanced Practitioner stage of learning how to use the Japanese healing energy art form of Reiki. In this class you deepen your skills by learning more symbols including the Master Symbol, and you learn and practice psychic surgery, brain balance, and explore the addition of oils, crystals, pendulums, tones and other healing techniques into your sessions. You will receive a certificate, the level 3-4 textbook and additional printed materials also. Cost of this course is $175, and class size is limited to five students.