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Healing with Frequencies of Colors and Light

For those interested in working with the profound healing effects of light and color, Holistic Gateway: Center for the Healing Arts will be offering a one-day seminar entitled Introduction to Esogetic Colorpuncture, from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., on April 4, in Little Canada.

Utilizing state-of-the-art technology, practitioners will find Esogetic Colorpuncture a perfect addition to their practice. Previous participants include acupuncturists, homeopaths, naturopaths, body workers and massage therapists, chiropractors and medical doctors. Most recently, owner and trainer Cornelia Elsaesser began offering professional training designed specifically for psychological professionals. Continuing education credits (CEUs) for many healing professionals are also offered. “Past students report that they are able to better support their patient’s natural healing processes and have more lasting results,” Elsaesser shares. “Also, their clients find the treatments gentle, noninvasive and very relaxing.”

The training provides a comprehensive introduction to the basic theories of Esogetic Colorpuncture, including information on how to use the different color frequencies for treatment. It also includes instruction on several entry level treatments which participants can begin trying out at home or in their practice. The class provides opportunities to both give and receive light treatments and is a prerequisite for participation in the Professional Practitioner Certification Course in Esogetic Colorpuncture.

Cost: $140. Location: 11 Little Canada Rd. East, Ste. 11, Little Canada. For more information and to register, call 763-807-9866 or email [email protected] 
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