This wildly popular class is back!
Reiki is a powerful healing tool that helps release tension and stress, so you can connect with your higher self.
We will meet at the Garden entrance a few minutes before 10, as class will begin with a peaceful Garden walk to the Exhibit Hall with instructor, Jessica Prestia.
The soothing, pure tones of the sound bowls help to lead you to the present moment, where you can center yourself in deep relaxation. During this class you will be guided through a meditation, a Reiki practice, and sound healing. You will leave feeling harmonized and refreshed!
Sunday, October 3rd, 10 to 11 am
Open to adults only.
$10 for members; $15 for nonmembers (includes full Garden admission)
Registration is required; group size is limited to 20.
Bring water, yoga mat, and/or towel
About Jessica Prestia
Jessica Prestia ( Jessbeinspired) https://www.jessbeinspired.com/about-me [jessbeinspired.com]
Reiki, Chakra Channeling, Sound Healing/ baths
Jessica Prestia is a Reiki Master, Crystal Shop, Certified Meditation Teacher with Davidji, Spiritual Coach, and Sound Healer. Her passion is to touch the heart of those she encounters and to teach them how to consciously create their life through the understanding that every thought, word or action shifts the energy in their field and creates their destiny. Her sessions are designed to help clients discover their purpose, provide insight for their life, and support their goals. Jess’s firm intention is to help people connect to their highest self and support transformation.
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