Opening to Love with Christina Bauer - TUESDAYS

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Opening to Love with Christina Bauer - TUESDAYS

Time: November 1, 2011 from 6:30pm to 9pm
Location: RSVP For Directions
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon USA
Phone: 541~941~7600
Event Type: class, ~ongoing
Organized By: Christina Bauer
Latest Activity: Oct 4, 2011

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Have you gone through major changes recently? 

Are you in transition? 

Are you dying to an old way of being … 

knowing you are becoming someone new…

Or just ready to step deeper into a more fulfilling life?
Come join us for a transformational evening

of nourishing guidance and support.

     

Through group exercises we will open the space 

for any deep blocks to arise that are keeping us 

from living our full potential and dreams, 

at the same time creating an ongoing network of support. 

 

We will be opening to the moment together, 

where we may remember who and what we are 

at the core of our beings, 

enabling us to step more fully into our lives.

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