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Ear Acupressure Point: An Introduction


with Jean Guyette

Calendar Apr 4, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

Locating this area of the ear, the Shen Men acupressure point, can result in a feeling of relief and a lessening of tension and anxiety. It may also help relieve physical symptoms, such as headaches and sleep problems. Ear acupressure is one tool you can keep in your self care tool bag. Ear acupressure (also called "auricular therapy" or simply "ear treatments") is virtually free and can help you stay healthy. Class members will have the opportunity to view a demonstration of the 5-point NADA Protocol by a Licensed Maine Acupuncturist. Jean volunteers her time for the non-profit organization, The National Acupuncture Detoxification Association,


Reiki II


with Heidi Eagleton

Calendar Apr 7, 2018 at 10 am, runs for 1 week

Students will receive Level II attunement, instruction and the Reiki symbols which allow the practitioner to connect more deeply to the universal energy, as well as draw on the qualities that the symbols represent. This includes the ability to provide distance Reiki, or sending healing energy to individuals wherever they may be. Requirements are the completion of Reiki I and to read Reiki II from Diane Stein’s book “Essential Reiki” or the like. Please bring something to drink and a lunch. Kitchen available! Any questions please feel free to call Reiki Master Heidi Eagleton at 963-7239. Class size is limited to 3. Looking for Master Level 3? Call us at 422-4794.


Women's Self Defense Workshop


with Louis Kiefer

Calendar Mar 6, 2018 at 6 pm

Louis Kiefer, Jr., is a third degree black belt, Certified Instructor, Okinawa Shorinryu Matsurmura  Seito Karate and Kobodo Federation. He believes everyone should have some basic self-defense strategies to survive an assault.In this workshop you will learn:

  • Avoidance, de-escalation and escape techniques
  • Mental and environmental awareness
  • Quick and powerful maneuvers to protect yourself
  • Personal, home and vehicle safety precautions
  • Understanding what attracts potential attackers
  • Use of the environment around you for protection
  • Basic self-defense skills to help survive a violent attract
  • Confidence in self-protection and preservation

Class participants should dress comfortably with good footwear. This class is open to women of all physical fitness levels. Techniques will be scaled and taught to individual abilities and limitations.

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