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Upcoming Events for Debi Dunn - The Heart of Healing

Debi Dunn, founder of The Heart of Healing, is hosting two new events over the next month:
Qi, Tea, and Creativity workshop with Lynne Miller and Debi Dunn
When: Sat, October 23, 12:30pm – 4:30pm
Where: Creative Healing Arts Studio, Phoenixville, PA (map)

Join us and explore five energy healing tools for self-expression and optimal wellness!

Fall is in the air and is a time of seasonal transition. It's the perfect time to fall back and tune into your inner Qi (energy).

This workshop features a variety of healing therapies:
  • Experience Qi Dancing with Debi and feel the flow.
  • Learn to play an instrument that is tuned together with everyone else's instrument. It'll be music to your ears!
  • Enhance your vibrational level using healing sounds.
  • Elevate and innovate with a special art project.
  • Quiet your mind/body/spirit with a relaxing closing meditation.

What are you waiting for? Sign up today and prepare to be amazed and energized! Dress casually and comfortably and bring a friend and share the light!

Contact Debi's email or call 484-431-1270 for additional information. Workshop is limited to 15 people, registration fee is $45, click here to register (click Other for Workshop options) to pay via PayPal.


Stress Busters for the Holidays with Helene Albright and Debi Dunn
When: Saturday, November 13th
Where: The Soul Center, 550 Kimberton Rd., Phoenixville, PA. 1-4pm

Move your body to the music with Qi Dancing (from Debi’s DVD, Design Your Own Practice).
  • Tune up your emotions with Chakra Balancing.
  • Connect with spirit and experience powerful personal healing with Reiki and Qi Healing sessions.
  • Empower your thoughts with personal affirmations.
  • Relax to a wonderful Christmas tree meditation.
  • Refreshments will be served!

Fee: $40 (Check, cash and all major credit cards accepted.)

Contact Debi Dunn at 484-431-1270 or debi@theheartofhealing.com, or Helene Albright at hmalbright@comcast.net.

RSVP by November 1st to reserve your place. Bring a friend…or two…or three!

Get a move on, don’t delay, and sign up today!!

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