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Prangana Healing Techniques
Prangana healing is a mix of two names, Pranic and Pagan. It is naturally based on Pranic and Pagan Healing techniques and ways of living. It introduces and explains very strong connections between Earth, Moon, Sun and Universe cycles and our body, energy, emotions and mind.
Moving through time students will explore the ancient secrets of healing that are powerful and effective for energy treatment of depression, stress, anxiety, fears, phobia and many physical ailments, as well as improving your financial situation and business. This system is an enjoyable way of living and breathing in accordance with Nature.
All techniques taught are connected to the Moon cycles, Earth, Water and Seasons, so students will learn how to live in accordance with the Moon; breathe with the Earth; understand their needs; save nature; stay healthy and happy on energetic, emotional, mental, spiritual and physical levels.
It is recommended to perform the given techniques for at least twenty-eight consecutive days which helps deeper cleansing and healing. This can become a new simple, healthy and exciting life style.
About Facilitator "Elina Doronkina"
Elina is a registered Transpersonal Art Therapist, Hypnotherapist, Pranic Crystal Healer, Energy/Emotional Healer, Wellbeing Coach and NLP Practitioner, Energy Lymphatic Drainage Therapist, TV and Radio journalist, writer and speaker.
Since 2007 Elina has been running her own Anti-Stress Clinic, helping people with depression, stress, anxiety, fear, phobia, addiction and physical ailments related to the above conditions.
Elina is an author of various published articles on health, wellbeing, energetic and emotional balance in English and in Russian, author, journalist and presenter of TV programs on Russian Pagan remedies and way of living. She is also the founder and producer of the Russian theatre Pilgrim Entertainment Group (Sydney, Australia), running it from 2003 until the end of 2013.
Start Date: 09/07/2017
Time: 10.00am - 4.00pm
Duration: One Sunday