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interested in learning Reiki and other natural healing
techniques then you've come to the right place. Matthew's
courses are run in small groups in a quiet location near
the city of Bath in England. This is within easy reach of
ancient sites such as Stanton Drew, Stony Littleton,
Glastonbury and Avebury, which are sometimes utilised for
the courses. Whether you live locally or whether you're
visiting the area on holiday, take this opportunity to
attend a course. Those on holiday may also like to visit Bristol, Bath, Priston Mill, Cheddar, Wookey Hole and the Book Barn at Hallatrow - the UK's largest warehouse
of second hand books.
again for such a brilliant day on Sunday. I'm so glad I
did it. I know that Reiki is going to make a big
difference to my life."
have to thank you for the excellent course. The whole day
was very enjoyable and at times even magical as you said
it might be. I am certain that we all gained a
considerable amount of knowledge which we are now putting
had a great time. Thoroughly enjoyed the course. Dowsing
to find the aura was amazing and the chakra dowsing was
really good too. I shall have lots of fun experimenting
on family, friends and clients."
you so much for a wonderful day. I don't know how you
manage it but you make it all look so effortless!"
you for a very interesting course, and for the very
comprehensive notes that go with it."
for a great day and for making everything happen."
had a brilliant day and everyone was so lovely."
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