Deep Breaths and A Healing Giveaway For Your Post-Election Stress

We could all use a few hours to decompress right now.
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We, like many, are glued to our screens. Refreshing multiple feeds every few minutes, while news outlets simultaneously gleam from our television screens in the background. The waiting, yes, it is normal. COUNTING VOTES IS NORMAL. What's not normal is our anxiety, our stress levels and the baited breath that we have come accustom to operating with for an extended period of time. We are now hoping for a positive outcome while acknowledging there is so much work still to be done in this country. 

In an effort to provide some comfort and a much needed release, our friends at Healers have created a virtual event this Saturday, November 7. We are offering to passes to the 3 hour event, complimentary of The Fold. 

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LET'S HEAL: A VIRTUAL FALL RETREAT - Saturday, November 7, 9 am PST / 12 pm PST

Join us for a restorative day of self-care (2020 fatigue is REAL) and post-election decompression at our first ever virtual retreat! We’ll be giving you tools and support for self-healing so that you can carry the benefits of each session into your life and make them part of your wellness practice. This time is for you. There is no experience necessary and nothing required but to come as you are, ready to receive the healing vibes of this community. 

THE LINEUP:
Breathwork
Pressure Point Therapy
Spiritual Awakenings Panel 
Akashic Records Reading

More details and tickets at Healers

The event cost is $49, but today we are gifting two readers tickets to the event! 

To enter, please visit our IG post with this announcement and tag someone you feel would benefit from this morning of virtual healing. By doing so, you enter them and yourself in the giveaway. Winners will be notified tomorrow afternoon at 3 pm PST. 

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