Sunday, 18th March 2018
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A Family Constellation Workshop takes place in House of Yoga Waterford this Sunday 16th July. The workshop will involve Family Constellation format with Shamanic Healing.

“While we carry the strength of those who have gone before us, we also carry the unhealed stories as blocks in our lives, health, prosperity, fertility and relationships” - Maura Clesham.

Maura is a Shamanic Trainer and Healer, Interfaith Minister and Cranio-Sacral -Shamanic Body-Worker with a passionate quest for understanding the roots of disease. This quest has taken her to the Peruvian Jungle Shamans many times and continues to be a source of deep healing and learning. Maura has a deep trust in the

Medicine Wheel as a living tool to recruit and embody our light and innate strength and purpose. As well as teaching the Shamanic Medicine Wheel in Sweden and Holland, and here in Ireland, Maura has also trained practitioners in this Medicine Wheel wisdom. It is her passionate belief that the source of our greatest power and wellbeing is within our Ancestral roots and she has developed this unique format combining Family Constellation and Shamanic Ancestral Healing.

“Truly, we are standing on the shoulders of Giants,” says Maura, “we are the dream of our Ancestors, however their unhealed stories may be manifesting as blocks in our lives. The

Ancestral Healing Field is both Alchemical and Quantum. Our ancestors are waiting for us to show up here, in the field of love.”

“When the family has been brought into its natural order, the individual can leave it behind him while still feeling the strength of his family supporting him. Only when the connection to his family is acknowledged, and the person's responsibility seen clearly and then distributed, can the individual feel unburdened and go about his personal affairs without anything from the past weighing him down or holding him back.” Bert Hellinger (creator of Family Constellation work)

Workshop is from 11:30am -7pm with a break for lunch and tea €85 on the day (or book online before 9th July for €80). Contact, tel: 085 8181386.


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