Sweet and Spicy Sundays - An Afternoon for Extraordinary Women facilitated by Snow Thorner

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Sweet and Spicy Sundays - An Afternoon for Extraordinary Women facilitated by Snow Thorner

Time: December 13, 2009 from 4pm to 6pm
Location: Please RSVP for Location
City/Town: Talent, Oregon
Website or Map: http://www.ashlandresourcecen…
Phone: For more information or registration 541-292-2772
Event Type: class, workshop, presentation
Organized By: Ignite Your Spirit & Ashland Resource Center
Latest Activity: Dec 15, 2009

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Sweet and Spicy Sundays...

An Afternoon for Extraordinary Women!

Which would bring you satisfaction?

• Knowing how to create and keep a sense of intimate closeness
• Displaying your vulnerability while feeling totally safe
• Living with a sense of feminine freedom and completeness

In honor of our blossoming community of awakening hearts, please join our group of extraordinary women for "An Afternoon of Unexpected Pleasures."

You will learn to:

• Leave your thought-filled head behind and calmly enter into your delicious body, heartbeat and breath

• Connect with nonverbal communication while feeling fully present and relaxed

• Clearly establish and safely reveal desires, fears and boundaries
• Release your busy-ness and come into the pleasure of the moment 

through movement, active meditation and circle work you will learn simple, powerful techniques to enhance your relationships.


What clients are saying about Snow Thorner:
"Snow's ability to hold space for my highest intentions & support me with specific actions is incredible. She is highly attuned & intuitive. Her lust for life and joy allow me to go beyond where I have gone before." - Jennifer Kobyll, Coach Position

"Working with Snow has helped me immeasurably. I feel more empowered and primed for success than ever before."
- Jaclyn Martin, Jaclyn Martin Designs (Silver Spring, Maryland)

"Snow's ability to direct me with focus and clarity is empowering. Her playful support makes working with Snow a joyful process!" - Roni Marsh, Artist; Art & Creativity Coach

“I like Snow's bubbly, happy energy. It feels good to be around Snow.” - Barbara Gorrell, Heart Balance Co., (Ashland, Oregon)


Snow Thorner has studied and assisted Ann Marie Wright with the art of tantric connection and communication for 8 years. Snow is a graduate of Quantum Train the Trainer and the Coaches Training Institute. She has been a life coach, presenter and workshop facilitator since 2001. 


This 2 hour workshop is a $39 value. Special Introductory rate: $14 per person; $10 each if you bring a friend.
 Please RSVP as this is an intimate event with limited space.

Upcoming Events:

• "Simply Satisfying - Evenings of delight for men and women."

I look forward to creating a bit of heaven on earth with you,
-Snow Thorner, Professional Coach & Tantrika


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Comment by Linda Cotrufello on December 10, 2009 at 11:59am
Go Snow...I'd come but the day is already full for me ...lots of love and fun at your juicy, sweet and spicy Sunday event.

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