Ancestral Rites & Family Constellations with Rolando Poe

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Ancestral Rites & Family Constellations with Rolando Poe

Time: December 14, 2013 at 2pm to December 15, 2013 at 5pm
Location: Three Sisters Midwifery Cafe
Street: 235 W. Main St.,
City/Town: Jacksonville, OR 97630
Website or Map: http://threesistersmidwifery.…
Phone: (503) 709-6943
Event Type: individual, &, group, healing, workshop
Organized By: Rolando Poe
Latest Activity: Dec 13, 2013

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Ancestral Rites & Family Constellations

coming to: 

Three Sisters Midwifery Care, 235 W. Main St., Jacksonville, OR 97530
December 14 & 15 Saturday & Sunday 
Saturday 2-6 PM & Sunday 10 AM- 5 PM 

Saturday Donation: $30.00 (Open to All) 
Sunday: $125.00 Client Participant (Constellation Setup - Sat or Sun); $50.00 Circle Participant 

NO ONE IS TURNED AWAY FOR LACK OF MONEY (Sliding Scale, Work-Trade, In-Kind-Trade, Full Grant) 
REGISTRATION REQUIRED (Name & Contact Info) to: [email protected]

This workshop is for one half day and one whole day, Saturday 2 PM - 6 PM Introductory afternoon, and all day on Sunday 10 AM - 5 PM. 

This workshop is for those seeking to heal recurring or repetitive personal emotional and family traumas.

There are 8 guaranteed working places on this workshop, and if there is time after that, we will canvass for further opportunities to do a constellation.

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