Shamanic Sounds for Qi Pranic Healing with Dana Reynolds


Sep 15, 2017 – 07:00 PM - 08:30 PM

(weekly on Fridays for 6 times)

201 Kresson Gibbsboro Road
Voorhees, NJ 08043 Map

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A 6-week course in shamanic sounds for Qi pranic healing begins Friday, Sept 8, and continues each Friday thru October 13, 2017.

Classes are at 7 pm at the Sei Jun Kan Karate Studio in Cooper Corner, Voorhees, NJ.

Students will learn sacred chants from Korea that
invoke and provide access to Nature's vital energy and devic mountain forces that balance and elevate ancestral and family energies, bring physical and emotional well-being, protection, manifesting abilities and a variety of other benefits.

Students will also learn the importance of Nature's Qi and ancestral lineages to individual and family healing and happiness.

Mini-energetic healing sessions will be given to attendees.

Learn how Chants strengthen and boost energy, intention and healing.

Qi healing is ancestral and lineage and family are part of its power and mystery.

Chants are powerful tools for the Energy Healer and Sound Healer and for all those seeking deep healing connection to ancestry and lineage.

Fee is $72 for 6-week course. Payment can be made on-line thru Paypal or by check.

Shoes are not permitted. Socks or footsies preferred.
Bring yoga mat as desired.

More Information: Contact Dana at 856-993-1786
or email:

For some testaments to the power of Korean Qi energy
practice, go to:

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