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Applying Bach Flower Essences to Acupressure Points w/ Sunny Bueck

January 20th, 2011

Class starts with a brief history of Dr. Edward Bach and will cover each of the flower essences he called his “38 healer”. An outline of Chinese Five Element theory will be given, with an eye towards the emotion related to each Element and Organ. A series of acupressure points which will assist in bringing [...]

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Workshop: Windows of the Sky with Don Cornwell

August 18th, 2010

Windows of the Sky are a series of Acupressure points that help Qi move upwards in the body, thus increasing awareness and acceptance of life experiences. Ghost Points and Experiential points are used as well. This results in letting go of energy patterns that no longer serve us. Physical, emotional and spiritual imbalances realign so [...]

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Workshop: Applying Bach Flower Essences to Acupressure Points with Sunny Bueck

August 18th, 2010

Class starts with a brief history of Dr. Edward Bach and will cover each of the flower essences he called his “38 healers”. An outline of Chinese Five Element theory will be given, with an eye towards the emotion related to each Element and organ. A series of acupressure points which will assist in bringing [...]

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Workshop: Spirit Gate Acupressure with Don Cornwell

August 18th, 2010

There are spiritual and emotional reasons for imbalances of the Chinese Five Elements (Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water) and their organs (Liver, Pericardium, Heart, Spleen, Lung, and Kidney). Each Element has its own Spirit, which is responsible for specific states of consciousness, as well as physiological functioning. Spirit Access Points along the spine connect [...]

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