New Tea, Reiki and Tarot Event, Thursdays at Barefoot Acupuncture




During this new event, held Thursdays from 3 to 6 p.m. at Barefoot Acupuncture’s comfy, newly remodeled clinic, individuals can receive either a 15-minute intuitive card reading or “energy scan and re-harmonizing session” for only $20 each, or $30 for both, if paid in cash ($5 more for credit card payments). Tea will also be available.

People can expect to have a fun time and leave feeling much lighter and more at peace, able to make decisions with greater confidence, or feel more relaxed and clear. They will feel validated for what they already know and can enjoy a cup of tea, or do a Celtic blessing or choose a tree oracle card while waiting.

Everybody has times when circumstances can seem overwhelming. Many people also experience anxiety, stress, insomnia or fatigue. A reading can provide essential insights, and the energy re-harmonizing can clear stagnant energy. Both combined can help restore clarity of mind and body. It is common for people to feel a sense of relief, like a load has lifted off their shoulders.

Location: 6722 E. Avalon Dr., Ste. 1, Scottsdale. For more information or to RSVP, contact Tracy Minton-Matesz at 602-954-8016 or TMinton31@gmail.com. Also visit her website, StrongSpiritWoman.com, and click the Personal Development Coaching tab at the top, then click on Tea, Reiki & Tarot.

 

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