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Soul Centered Health Opens in Franklin Commons

Coming soon to Franklin Commons, Soul Centered Health
Grand Opening -- Soul Centered Health Now Offers Hypnosis and Reiki in Phoenixville
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and Soul Centered Health will be opening at the Franklin Commons this month in Phoenixville. Soul Centered Health champions Mental Health as one of the keys to overall health and wellness. The business supports clients with mental, physical, and emotional concerns using Mind Body techniques including Hypnotherapy and Reiki.

Phoenixville, PA, May 05, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Soul Centered Health is launching a new Office in Phoenixville. Area Residents will now have the services of SE PA's self titled "Life Change Expert." at their disposal to help them help themselves. Eleanor Fineran who is a Certified Hypnotherapist and Reiki Master, uses these Mind-Body healing techniques to tackle a variety of problems such as Stress Management, Smoking Cessation, Weight Management, and get relief from chronic problems such as fears and pain.

Soul Centered Health will have an office located at Franklin Commons, 400 Franklin Avenue Phoenixville, PA 19460. To Celebrate the Grand Opening--Soul Centered Health is sponsoring a Free Workshop--open to the Public as a Memorial Day Celebration. The Workshop is geared to those who have lost a loved one and need a little assistance getting back on track. In this uplifting free class, participants will learn to recognize the stages of grief, and how to to know when and how to get help. The event will be held Thursday May 27 at 6 pm at the Conference Room at Franklin Commons. Registration will be required as lite refreshments will be served. Seating is limited so sign up early.

For more information call 610-680-8476 or visit www.soulcenteredhealth.com

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