Joyful Connections Presents the Spring Connection Collection
Amy Nesdahl, owner of Joyful Connections, has launched a series of classes presented by a variety of practitioners called the Spring Connection Collection. The purpose of the spring collection is to help connect people looking for personal growth, self-reflection, new challenges, revitalized living, new practices and much more.
Beginning May 12 and continuing until June 11, participants will have over 30 class offerings to choose from, including Marketing Your Holistic Business; Intro to Gems & Crystals; and Reiki 101, to name a few.
“This is a unique opportunity to learn from some of the Twin Cities finest body, mind and spirit teachers who are offering a wide variety of classes and events during this four-week blitz,” Nesdahl explains.
Participants can take as many classes as they desire. Those signing up for four or more classes will receive a free gift.
“These classes were created to help attendees spring forward with fresh ideas and fresh perspective,” says Nesdahl, who plans to offer another collection in the fall and in the winter. Practitioners and teachers interested in leading their own class through the Joyful Connections website are encouraged to contact Nesdahl.
Cost: Varies. Location: Varies. For more information, email Amy@Joyful-Connections.com. For the complete list of classes and to register, visit Joyful-Connections.com.
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