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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Rescheduled! The Hidden Power in Nature
New Date for The Hidden Power of Nature
Presented by
Rachel Sara Strass, MAc, LAc, Dipl Ac (NCCAOM)

Free Speaker Program         

Tuesday March 9, 2010, 7:00pm-8:30pm


Sunday, March 14, 2010, 12:30pm-3:30pm

Due to the snow last night, we cancelled the talk and are rescheduling for March.

Where did those crocuses come from all of a sudden, wasn't it just snowing? And you can connect with the hidden powers at work in plants and nature. The growth and blossoming of plants throughout the year is a perfect way to describe the larger flows of the universal whole. Come and explore the power of nature and how to connect with that living, thriving abundance behind what we see in this world. Join us with licensed and nationally certified Acupuncturist, Rachel Sara Strass for an illuminating evening. You will learn how energy flows through plants in all seasons of the year and the best way to connect with this power for rejuvenation and balance.

Speaker Rachel Sara Strass, MAc, LAc, Dipl Ac (NCCAOM) is a graduate of Tai Sophia Institute in Columbia, MD. She has a Masters and License in Acupuncture, is a NCCAOM National Diplomate of Acupuncture, and is a certified NADA practitioner. Finally, she is a nationally certified Zero Balancer. Her deep, healing presence has brought many to wellness and she is available for lectures and speaking engagements. She uses humor, stories, and good solid examples from life around us to connect with her audiences and her patients. Her website is http://www.spiritpointhealing.com


February 2, 2010 SPEAKER PROGRAM:  Free with donations appreciated

March 7, 2010 WORKSHOP COST:   $25.00

REGISTRATION FORM:  Information call 410 956-0055

HOST LOCATION:  Annapolis Lymphedema and Therapy Center

2001 Tidewater Colony Drive, Suite102, Annapolis, MD. 21401

(ALTC is at the intersection of Bestgate Rd and Tidewater Colony Dr.)

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