Soul Constellation Workshop

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Soul Constellation Workshop

Time: January 30, 2011 from 10am to 6pm
Location: Talent, Or
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Phone: 541-261-7992
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Felice Laurel
Latest Activity: Jan 6, 2011

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Soul Constellation Workshop  

Sunday, January 30th 10-6pm,Talent, OR.

Pre-registration required.


Cost - $125.00 Personal Constellation 

$75 Participant/Representative 

*Bring a guest for over 15% off the workshop cost, $40-60 sliding scale. 



"Your program eleven days ago was amazing. I now feel new, fresh, complete. Thank you so much for your beautiful work. It has transformed my life. "

                                                ~ Patricia, Ashland OR




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