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2015 Herbal Apprenticeship Program  
2014 Advanced Herbal Studies Program March - Sept
   
   
Vibrational Healing
Carol Lizotte
June 8
Midsummer Festival of Fairies!
with Special Guest Kellianna Girouard
June 21
Holidays And Your Pet
Carol Lizotte
Sept. 20
Advanced Herbal Studies - with Chris Marano  June 28-29
Advanced Herbal Studies - with David Winston Aug. 1-3
Advanced Herbal Studies - with Dr. Mary Bove Sept. 27-28
Reiki I
Wendy Snow Fogg
Oct. 4-5
Reiki I
Wendy Snow Fogg
Nov. 1-2
Reiki I Refresher
Wendy Snow Fogg
Nov. 16
Reiki II
Wendy Snow Fogg
Dec. 13-14
Reiki III - Shamanic Master Practitioner
Wendy Snow Fogg
Jan. 23-25
   
Classes by Request  

 

 

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Are Added Periodically

 

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2015 Misty Meadows Herbal Apprenticeship Program

 

 

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We still have room in this program  ~  Call for Details  ~  603-659-7211

2014 Advanced Herbal Studies Program

Class Dates:

March 15-16        May 24-25       June 28-29        August 2-3      September  27-28

   Saturdays 9am - 4:30 pm
Sundays   9:30 am - 4:30 pm

 

Program Faculty:  Caroline Gagnon, Dr. Jody Noe, Chris Marano, David Winston,  Dr. Mary Bove


Program Cost:  $1250
Deposit:  $600. 
Balance Due February 15.  (Call for payment plan)

 

March 15-16       Caroline Gagnon

 

Caroline has been an herbal practitioner and teacher for the past 20 years, teaching in Canada and internationally. Caroline is a truly gifted teacher. She understands the science, the practical applications of the plants, the anatomy and physiology of the body, and is able to teach with enthusiasm all these aspects in a very clear, deep and accessible way.  She also stands deeply with the essence and energetic of the plants and the whole of the earth.

Caroline has studied the scientific aspects fo the body and plants, and Chinese energetics, but her introduction to the herbal practice was through an apprenticeship with Carol McGrath, who's green wisdom and love for the earth has been guiding her ever since.

Her work has been strongly tied to community activism, bringing the plants to street kids, city dwellers, and community centers. She has helped to develop a protocol to naturally detox from heroin and has been on the board member of Trash (Technique de reference et d’accompagnement pour Le sevrage d’hroine). Caroline has also taught to students in pharmacology at the University of Montreal. She has also been on the board of the Quebec herbalist Guild and a founding member of the professional wing. But what brought her fundamentally to the herbal world, is her deep, deep love of the earth and a strong need to reconnect with her ancestors.

In the last few years, one of her main areas of focus has been to help and educate herbalists deeply, while accompanying them through their own blocks, helping them to realize their gifts.  Her vision is that there may be many of us practicing in these much changing times, as we are all being called forward. 

"Caroline blows me away. She doesn't just teach teach about herbal energetics, self perception, pathology and physiology equally well, but she integrates them so holistically that the seeming boundaries between them fuzz out and disappear. To manage this while being so down to earth, approachable and heart centered in her teaching is a true gift. And she's just super cool, too... that's the icing on top."
- Jim McDonald

 

May 24-25    Dr. Jody Noe


I started my journey with a psych nursing degree back in the late ’70s and then a rigourous premedical degree in 1985. I created the major myself, a Pre-Naturopathic Medicial degree, by taking the premed biology track and then adding extra credits.  This led to my Masters degree studies in botany and ethnobotany.

 

Thus I began my traditional training with the Cherokee elders.

 

I began the first year with Mamma Gene Jackson, Mary Ulmer Chiltoskey and the women of The 

Qualla boundary Cherokee in the Smoky Mountains in 1986. They in turn led me to my training with Crosslin F.Smith, High Priest of the Keetoowah, and now recognized as the Spiritual Leader of the Cherokee Nation.  I started in 1987 and have continued even to today, more than twenty five years later.

 

My medical training is from Bastyr University in Seattle Washington where I graduated with an ND.

 

It all had to blend together while I was learning at the same time from both sides of my brain and experiences.

 

 

 

 

 

What themes do you see as work with women and women’s health?

 

Women are the ones being called to come out–out unto themselves and their own innate power, which in turn is healing.

 

Once the Womyn, the Mothers, the Crones and Grannies, the Maidens and the Aunties take their own power and healing, we then can change the  world and the healing of change can begin.

 

I am excited to be a spark in this fire that is happening  to womyn all over the planet.

 

I call it the Grass Skirts Movement!

 

 

 

 

Briefly talk about your teachings on Cherokee Ethnobotany and why it is so popular?

 

I think these teachings are popular because it is empowering and self actualizing.  I often pass down some of

my learned traditions in a multi-media style so that all learners can participate but the Cherokee Household Medicine at this upcoming conference will be without power points and slides. We’ll be outside and in circle with each other.

 

It seems that women all over the states are ready to understand and explore this healing power….the original spark!

 

Jody’s intensive is called Cherokee Household Medicine and will be offered at the Southeast Women’s Herbal Conference next month. You must be registered for the entire conference weekend (over 70 teachers and more than 30 classes) and additionally registered for this intensive, in order to take part in her class.

 

 

 

 

Dr. Jody No is a licensed naturopathic physician in practice for over 17 years. She is currently an assistant professor for the University of Bridgeport’s College of Naturopathic Medicine, and the author of Naturopathic Integrative Oncology. Dr. No has a private practice in Westerly, Rhode Island, specializing in family medicine, cancer, and chronic disease. Dr. No is also educated as an Ethnobotanist, specifically in Cherokee medicine.

 

 

 

June 28-29     Chris Marano, RH (AHG), MA, BS


Chris at the Lab

  The body has an innate ability to maintain, balance, heal and correct itself. As an herbalist, I educate people, more so than treat
  conditions.   I offer lifestyle and nutritional suggestions as well as custom-blended herbal preparations to help facilitate an  
  individual’s natural healing processes.”
 

 

       A therapeutic herbalist since 1993, Chris draws upon his skills, experience and studies in Chinese, Native American, and Western herbal
  health traditions to offer Wellness Consultations for a wide range of health issues.  

 

        

 

         Graduate of Herbal Therapeutics School of Botanic Medicine

        MA degrees in Science Education from Columbia Teachers College

        BS degree in Pre-Medicine and Chinese Philosophy from Columbia University

        Founder of Clearpath Herbals, offering Wellness consultations and high-quality herbal preparations

        35 Years of study , teaching, and published writing of Chinese Buddhism, Meditation, and Philosophy

        25 Years study and practice of Cherokee and Annishnabe Medicine traditions

        Founder of Clearpath School of Herbal Medicine, dedicated to the teaching of Herbal Medicine, Earth-based wisdom and sustainability.

        President of Northeast Herbal Association (NEHA)

        Registered Herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild (AHG)

 

 

 

August 2-3    David Winston, RH (AHG)


David Winston is an internationally known lecturer, author, ethnobotanist and the founder of Herbalist & Alchemist.

For almost 40 years, David has been studying, practicing, teaching and researching Cherokee, Chinese and Western herbal medicine. David’s world-renowned two-year herbal studies program, theDavid Winston Center for Herbal Studies, has been educating Herbalists, Physicians, Nurses, Naturopathic Physicians, Veterinarians, and Nutritionists in the art and science of clinical herbal medicine since 1980.

David has one of the largest private herbal research libraries in the U.S. The Herbal Therapeutics Research Library has over 8000 volumes, from 1550 to present, and over 15,000 articles on file. This library is a working library used for research for the herbal and nutritional industry as well as for his writing and for Herbalist & Alchemist.

David was one of the professional herbalists who founded the American Herbalists Guild, the first professional herbalists’ organization in the US, which certifies clinical herbalists. He is on the professional membership review committee. David Winston has been on the Review Committee of the Botanical Safety Handbook, which produced a significant information resource, which the entire botanical industry, from manufacturers to researchers, relies upon.

He is the clinical herbal consultant to hundreds of prominent physicians (MDs, NDs, DOs, DCs) throughout the US, Canada and Europe. David has authored hundreds of articles and a number of books on herbs.

 

 

 

September 27-28     Mary Bove, ND

 

Dr. Mary Bove is an accomplished herbalist, author, teacher, and lecturer. Having been published in many magazines and journals, she is also the author of theEncyclopedia of Natural Healing for Children and Infants and co-author of Herbs for Women’s Health. Dr. Bove practices naturopathic family medicine, including women’s health care, well pregnancy care, and pediatric medicine at the Brattleboro Naturopathic Clinic in Vermont. She lectures and teaches at various national and international herb, midwifery, and medical conferences, including the Gaia Herb Symposium, Woman’s Herbal Conference, Midwifery Today Conferences, American Herbalist Guild, Medi-Herb New Zealand Symposium, Institute of Functional Medicine, naturopathic state organizations, and American Association of Naturopathic Midwives on the topics of botanical medicine, phytotherapy, pediatrics, women’s health care, fertility issues, and natural childbirth.

 

Dr. Bove works as a consultant and formulator for Gaia Herbs and in collaboration with Gaia Herbs developed a line of children’s herbal products.
Dr. Bove obtained her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine and Midwifery Certification from Bastyr College of Natural Health Sciences in Seattle, Wasington. She received the Diploma of Phytotherapy/Herbal Medicine at the School of Phytotherapy in Great Britain and received membership to the National Institute of Medical Herbalists, London, England. As a young herbalist, she started her studies with Native American medicine woman Norma Myers in British Columbia, Canada. Dr. Bove served as a full-time faculty member at Bastyr University in Seattle and chaired the departments of Botanical Medicine and Naturopathic Midwifery. She currently serves as adjunct faculty for the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine in the master’s-level course, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Boston, Natural Products Program, and Tai Sophia Institute, Botanical Science Program in Columbia, Maryland.

Areas of Expertise:

Pediatric medicine, women’s health care, pregnancy, natural childbirth, postpartum care, lactation, adolescent medicine, specialty topics in herbal medicine, phytotherapy, naturopathic medicine, autistic spectrum disorder, ADHD, allergies, food intolerance, neuroendocrine system, thyroid health, adrenal stress syndrome, leaky gut syndrome, pre- and probiotics, natural skin care, fertility issues, menopause, osteoporosis, diet and nutrition, body/mind medicine.

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A Midsummer Festival of Fairies

 

Saturday June 21

 

10 am - 4:00 pm

 

 

~  Barter Faire  ~  Children’s Nature Walk  & Fairy Tea  ~  Medicine Trail Walk  ~ 

 

~  Farmers Market  ~  Herbal Tea Tent  ~  Vendor Booths  ~ 

 

Reiki Tent  ~  Herbal Foot Soaks & Salt Scrubs  ~  Yoga on the Lawn

 

Drum Circle

 

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Plus.......

 

Special Guest Performance By

 

Kellianna Girouard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Admission ~ Includes Most Activities and Concert

 

$10/person

or

$25/car (max 5 people)

 

Children under 5 - free

 

(Admission fee does not include readings or other special services by vendors)

 

 

 

 

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Advanced Herbal Studies

with

 

Chris Marano, RH (AHG), MA, BS

 

 

June 28-29    

 

 

 

 

 

 

The topics of this class will include Chinese Medicine and the 5-Element Theory as well as considerations of Chinese, Native American and Western herbal traditions.

 

Tuition:  $300  (Call to Register.  Visa/MC/Discover.  603-659-7211)

 

The body has an innate ability to maintain, balance, heal and correct itself. As an herbalist, I educate people, more so than treat conditions.   I offer lifestyle and nutritional suggestions as well as custom-blended herbal preparations to help facilitate an individual’s natural healing processes.” 

 

       A therapeutic herbalist since 1993, Chris draws upon his skills, experience and studies in Chinese, Native American, and 
  Western herbal health traditions to offer Wellness Consultations for a wide range of health issues.  

     Graduate of Herbal Therapeutics School of Botanic Medicine

     MA degrees in Science Education from Columbia Teachers College

     BS degree in Pre-Medicine and Chinese Philosophy from Columbia University

     Founder of Clearpath Herbals, offering Wellness consultations and high-quality herbal preparations

     35 Years of study , teaching, and published writing of Chinese Buddhism, Meditation, and Philosophy

     25 Years study and practice of Cherokee and Annishnabe Medicine traditions

     Founder of Clearpath School of Herbal Medicine, dedicated to the teaching of Herbal Medicine, Earth-based wisdom and sustainability.

     President of Northeast Herbal Association (NEHA)

     Registered Herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild (AHG)

 

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Advanced Herbal Studies

with

David Winston, RH (AHG)

 

August 1-3

 

 

 

          Friday Evening 7-9:30

          Saturday 9 am - 4:30 pm

          Sunday 8:30 - 11:30 am

 

Tuition:  $300  (Call to Register.  Visa/MC/Discover.  603-659-7211)

 

Topics

Depression & Anxiety

Autism & Spiritual Illness

Worst Weeds

Uncommon Uses of Plants

 


David Winston is an internationally known lecturer, author, ethnobotanist and the founder of Herbalist & Alchemist.

For almost 40 years, David has been studying, practicing, teaching and researching Cherokee, Chinese and Western herbal medicine. David’s world-renowned two-year herbal studies program, the David Winston Center for Herbal Studies, has been educating Herbalists, Physicians, Nurses, Naturopathic Physicians, Veterinarians, and Nutritionists in the art and science of clinical herbal medicine since 1980.

 

David has one of the largest private herbal research libraries in the U.S. The Herbal Therapeutics Research Library has over 8000 volumes, from 1550 to present, and over 15,000 articles on file. This library is a working library used for research for the herbal and nutritional industry as well as for his writing and for Herbalist & Alchemist.

David was one of the professional herbalists who founded the American Herbalists Guild, the first professional herbalists’ organization in the US, which certifies clinical herbalists. He is on the professional membership review committee. David Winston has been on the Review Committee of the Botanical Safety Handbook, which produced a significant information resource, which the entire botanical industry, from manufacturers to researchers, relies upon.

 

He is the clinical herbal consultant to hundreds of prominent physicians (MDs, NDs, DOs, DCs) throughout the US, Canada and Europe. David has authored hundreds of articles and a number of books on herbs.

 

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Cute Christmas Animals 23

 

Holidays and Your Pets

 

with Carol Lizotte, Herbalist

Specializing in Natural Pet Care

 

Saturday Sept. 20

2-4 pm

 

A look at the holidays and how they affect our pets.  A discussion of toxic plants and substances, as well as the stress around the holiday season. 

Appropriate workshop for pet owners, vet techs, and animal lovers in general!

 

$ 45.00 per person 

Please register by Sept. 13

603-659-7211

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Advanced Herbal Studies

 

with

 

Dr. Mary Bove, ND

 

 

September 27-28    

 

 

 

 

Tuition:  $300  (Call to Register.  Visa/MC/Discover.  603-659-7211)

 

Dr. Mary Bove is an accomplished herbalist, author, teacher, and lecturer. Having been published in many magazines and journals, she is also the author of theEncyclopedia of Natural Healing for Children and Infants and co-author of Herbs for Women’s Health. Dr. Bove practices naturopathic family medicine, including women’s health care, well pregnancy care, and pediatric medicine at the Brattleboro Naturopathic Clinic in Vermont. She lectures and teaches at various national and international herb, midwifery, and medical conferences, including the Gaia Herb Symposium, Woman’s Herbal Conference, Midwifery Today Conferences, American Herbalist Guild, Medi-Herb New Zealand Symposium, Institute of Functional Medicine, naturopathic state organizations, and American Association of Naturopathic Midwives on the topics of botanical medicine, phytotherapy, pediatrics, women’s health care, fertility issues, and natural childbirth.

 

Dr. Bove works as a consultant and formulator for Gaia Herbs and in collaboration with Gaia Herbs developed a line of children’s herbal products.
Dr. Bove obtained her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine and Midwifery Certification from Bastyr College of Natural Health Sciences in Seattle, Wasington. She received the Diploma of Phytotherapy/Herbal Medicine at the School of Phytotherapy in Great Britain and received membership to the National Institute of Medical Herbalists, London, England. As a young herbalist, she started her studies with Native American medicine woman Norma Myers in British Columbia, Canada. Dr. Bove served as a full-time faculty member at Bastyr University in Seattle and chaired the departments of Botanical Medicine and Naturopathic Midwifery. She currently serves as adjunct faculty for the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine in the master’s-level course, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Boston, Natural Products Program, and Tai Sophia Institute, Botanical Science Program in Columbia, Maryland.

Areas of Expertise:

Pediatric medicine, women’s health care, pregnancy, natural childbirth, postpartum care, lactation, adolescent medicine, specialty topics in herbal medicine, phytotherapy, naturopathic medicine, autistic spectrum disorder, ADHD, allergies, food intolerance, neuroendocrine system, thyroid health, adrenal stress syndrome, leaky gut syndrome, pre- and probiotics, natural skin care, fertility issues, menopause, osteoporosis, diet and nutrition, body/mind medicine.

 

 

 

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Reiki I –

Usui - Tibetan Enhanced System of Natural Healing

with Wendy Snow Fogg, Reiki Master Teacher

 

 

Saturday/Sunday

October 4-5

 

9am - 4pm

Reiki is a profoundly simple, powerful, and gentle hands-on healing practice that promotes the body’s natural self-healing abilities. This two-day intensive will include an introduction to and discussion of the Reiki Ideals and the chakra system.  While this Reiki I class is based in the traditional Usui Reiki system, the Tibetan and Shamanic practice and experience of the teacher will encourage the discovery of the student’s own personal Reiki gifts. 

You will:

~ Learn the history of Reiki, how it works, and many of its uses.

~ Receive the Reiki I attunement which opens your Reiki channel to the infinite supply

   of Universal life force energy and invites balance among your 

   physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual bodies. 

~ Be given the first Reiki symbol, learn how to use it, and practice using it. 

~ Participate in exercises to open your own intuitive personal healing gifts.

~ Experience a guided meditation designed to clear and balance your energy, create your

   inner Reiki temple, and meet your Reiki guides.

~ Learn the Reiki hand positions and practice a Reiki self-treatment.

~ Receive and conduct full Reiki treatments with class participants.

 

Certificate given at the end of class. 1 hour lunch break.

Tuition:  $250.  

Registration Deadline - October 1

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Reiki I –

Usui - Tibetan Enhanced System of Natural Healing

with Wendy Snow Fogg, Reiki Master Teacher

 

 

Saturday/Sunday

November 1-2

 

9am - 4pm

Reiki is a profoundly simple, powerful, and gentle hands-on healing practice that promotes the body’s natural self-healing abilities. This two-day intensive will include an introduction to and discussion of the Reiki Ideals and the chakra system.  While this Reiki I class is based in the traditional Usui Reiki system, the Tibetan and Shamanic practice and experience of the teacher will encourage the discovery of the student’s own personal Reiki gifts. 

You will:

~ Learn the history of Reiki, how it works, and many of its uses.

~ Receive the Reiki I attunement which opens your Reiki channel to the infinite supply

   of Universal life force energy and invites balance among your 

   physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual bodies. 

~ Be given the first Reiki symbol, learn how to use it, and practice using it. 

~ Participate in exercises to open your own intuitive personal healing gifts.

~ Experience a guided meditation designed to clear and balance your energy, create your

   inner Reiki temple, and meet your Reiki guides.

~ Learn the Reiki hand positions and practice a Reiki self-treatment.

~ Receive and conduct full Reiki treatments with class participants.

 

Certificate given at the end of class. 1 hour lunch break.

Tuition:  $250.  

Registration Deadline: October 29

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Reiki I - Refresher Class

With Wendy Snow Fogg, Reiki Master Teacher

 

Sunday November 16

11 am - 4 pm

 

  Do you feel less than confident to use the Reiki I you learned?

  Do you sometimes feel that your attunement didn’t “take”?

  Would you be more likely to use your Reiki I if you felt more confident?

 

This relaxed one-day workshop will help you

  brush up your Reiki skills 

  regain your confidence in Reiki and your ability to channel it

  reconnect you with the Reiki energy

  be reminded you of your Reiki gift

  reclaim your knowledge and understanding of the hand positions

  reconnect with your Reiki guide

 

Although your original Reiki I attunement is yours for life, you will be invited to receive the Reiki I attunement again in this workshop.  Repetition of attunements can re-ignite your Reiki fire and help enormously to rebuild your confidence in your ability to channel Reiki.  This is, of course, optional.

 

Prerequisite:  You must have already received your Reiki I attunement in a prior class. 

                         Please bring your Reiki I certificate.

 

Cost:  $50

Please bring a bagged lunch

 

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Reiki II

Usui - Tibetan Enhanced System of Natural Healing

 

with Wendy Snow Fogg, Reiki Master Teacher

 

 

December 13-14

     9:00am – 4:30 pm     

                         

In this two day intensive, you will be introduced to the next two Reiki symbols, learn their uses, practice using them, and be able to distinguish between the feel of their energies as they flow through your empowered hands. You will learn and practice a “distance" or “absentee” Reiki session in the present, past, or future time and space, “beaming” Reiki, as well as several Reiki II sessions given and received. Guided meditation to go to your sacred temple and meet/reconnect with your Reiki guides. Strengthen your Reiki channel through the Reiki II attunement. Certificate given at end of class. 1 hour lunch break. 

 

Tuition:  $300   

Prerequisite:  Reiki I.  All students should be prepared to share their Reiki stories of working with people, pets, plants, etc.


NOTE:   If you received your Reiki I attunement from a teacher other than Wendy Fogg, please bring your original Reiki I certificate to class with you. 

 

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Reiki III - Shamanic Master Practitioner
 with Reiki Master Teacher Wendy Snow Fogg

Friday January 23

6:30 - 8:30 pm

and

Sat/Sun  January 24-25, 2015

9 am – 5 pm

 

When Dr. Mikao Usui received the Reiki symbols and the power and wisdom to use them while meditating many years ago on Mt Kuryama, he accessed the same power that is available to all of us. Shamans from time immemorial have interfaced the spirit world with the human and Usui can be considered to be one of the most powerful shamans the world has known. The practice of Reiki opens the intuition and thins the illusionary veils between spirit and matter. Within this opening lies an invitation to work directly with Spirit in the healing process the way shamans and indigenous healers have done for centuries. Hands-on Reiki becomes a vital portal for the dynamic ways of working with the Universal Life Force Energy.

 

In this experiential weekend, Wendy Snow Fogg combines the diverse teachings she has received with the discoveries that have come with sixteen years of Reiki practice. Through ceremony and practice, assisted by the four elements, plants, music, sacred stones, shamanic journeys and Reiki spirit guides, Wendy facilitates your opening to Shamanic Reiki.  You will receive the Master-Practitioner Tibetan Buddhist symbol and attunement; receive another archetypal symbol for use in healing work; learn to work with your spirit guides, plant spirit and the four elements in the healing/cleansing process; practice body-centered journeying techniques for yourself and your clients; learn energetic extraction techniques and etheric body-work approaches; energetic practices to support spiritual healing and the path of the healer. 

 

Open to all Reiki Level II practitioners and up - masters and master-teachers as well. 
If your prior training was with a teacher other than Wendy Fogg, please provide a copy of your Reiki II Certificate when registering.

 

(This level is pre-requisite to the Master Teacher class.)  Please bring a lunch and snacks. 

Cost:  $400. 

 

 

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The following classes are taught upon request.

Please contact Misty Meadows at

603-659-7211

 

 

 

  

Shamanic Reiki Master Teacher – Usui Tibetan-Enhanced
with Wendy Snow Fogg, Reiki Master Teacher

 

 

This class is offered only by special request

Please contact Wendy Fogg directly at

mistymaindesk@comcast.net

 

This one-day intensive is for non-teaching Reiki Masters (Reiki III’s) who want to teach or pass on the practice of Reiki to others, You will be initiated as a Reiki Master Teacher with this attunement and receive one more symbol. You will have the opportunity to discuss professional issues and the commitment of taking on the role of Reiki Master Teacher. You will be provided with time for on-going Q&A. In addition, there will be a review and discussion of the Reiki ideals, the Healing Attunement, all symbols, the Hui Yin and Ki transmissions, the Violet Breath, psychic surgery, and what it all means at the Master Teacher’s level. New Master Teachers will have plenty of hands-on experience as you practice Reiki I, II, III and Master Teacher attunements. You will be given suggestions for effectively teaching Reiki throughout the duration of this class. Certificate given at the end of class. 1 hour lunch break. Please bring a bag lunch. Pre-requisites: Reiki I, II and III or equivalent.  Students who received their prior certifications with a teacher other than Wendy Fogg will be required to meet with her and show certificates as well as discuss prior trainings.

 

 

 
       

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