Sharing Inner Health
EXCITING NEWS! HEALTH CLASSES UPDATES!
You can find more information on classes offered by the School of Inner Health by clicking on links below related to the training you are interested in learning more about to increase your healing arts skills.
1. Lymphatic Biodynamics Workshops will begin on April 24, 2015. Click Here for more details about these 4 three-day workshops.
2. Craniosacral Foundation Program and Certification Classes began on November 19, 2014. Click here for more information.
3. Kathleen Morrow and Judi Gephart will be facilitating training for Raindrop Technique on September 8, 2015. An Advanced Aromatherapy will be scheduled later in 2015. Contact Judi for more information on these classes at: JudiG@Q.com
Treatments Offered by Kathleen Morrow at Sharing Inner Health:
To schedule your appointment call: 719-685-4805.
Leave your name and phone number, and the best times for her to returns your call.
Feeling short on time? Come in on TuneUp Day….1/2 hour treatments for $25 on the first Friday of each month.
Sharing Inner Health is currently located in a beautiful historical Victorian house at 1228 Manitou Ave. with a creek running in front of the property. Park on Manitou Avenue, then cross the bridge and enter by the front door on the porch.
Kathleen recently did a presentation at the national Breath of Life Conference at beautiful Mount Madonna, California, near Santa Cruz.
Last summer she also enjoyed some classes at the Young Living Convention in Salt Lake City. There she learned more about using Young Living Essential Oils on large and small animals. In the picture below she is at the Lavender Farm getting a kiss from one of the Percheron Horses that live there.
Come on down! Bring your pets! (call first: 719-685-4805…..and leave my secretary, Judi, a message and she’ll get right back to you.
The Lavender Farm is about an hour south and west from Salt Lake City. They grow acres of Lavender, Melissa, Clary Sage and newly added Einkorn, a very low gluten ancient grain.
She took a couple of rides in the “Pedal Cabs” from the motel to the Convention Hall.