Golden’s Munay Holistics hosting May workshops

A number of workshops and retreats, hosted by Liza Hindmarch of Munay Holistics, will be coming up in May.

Liza Hindmarch of Munay Holistics will be hosting a number of new workshops and retreats in May.

A number of workshops and retreats, hosted by Liza Hindmarch of Munay Holistics, will be coming up in May.

Hindmarch  was originally trained in outdoor education, and taught children with emotional and behavioral problems back in the United Kingdom before immigrating to Canada.

“I also trained in homeopathy just prior to coming to Canada, which gave me a board base from which to integrate the mind, body, and spirit aspects of my Holistic Coaching work now. I trained in EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) and also The Journey (a mind body based therapy) and more latterly in Family Constellation work,” she said.

“I bring all these tools with me in my one-to-one work with clients who are looking to transform and make shifts in their lives.”

On Saturday,  May 4, there will be a one-day workshop titled, Using the Enneagram for Self Awakening.

“The Enneagram is a powerful tool for self exploration, and I expect people will come away from the workshop with many new insights into themselves and others they know,” Hindmarch said.

On Sunday, May 5,  Hindmarch will be hosting a one-day workshop titled Healing the Family Soul.

“This offers participants a chance to explore where they may inadvertently be entangled in their family history, and provides a chance to free themselves of patterns they have been unable to shift, because they have instead unknowingly belonged to an ancestor. This day is profoundly healing,” she said.

Another event will be a free Women’s Sharing Circle which will  run for a number of months starting on May 7.

Hindmarch  said this event will be beneficial for women because it gives them a chance to come together, share, and be heard in an environment of compassion and non-judgment.

This circle will happen the first Tuesday of every month.

The final special event Hindmarch will be hosting is called The Creating Abundance Day on May 11.

“This provides people with a chance to learn about the universal principles of law of attraction, and gives people many tools to help them feel empowered and positive in their lives.”

To learn more about any of the events contact Hindmarch at 250-344-5206 or for more information or to pre-register.

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