Newsletter Spring 2012
At long last some news from Burton Joyce. It has been a strange year and a bit since the last newsletter. Lots of changes on the home- and work-front. The main change has been to have a break and create more time and space for myself in order to reflect.
As a result we decided to move house, and I am going to work less in order to be able to spend more time on my writing, reading course and my garden and the family. So the time has been filled with reflecting and writing new courses for 2012 and selling our house and moving.
We are still in Burton Joyce and are currently living in rented accommodation as we are extending our new home. I do not have my own treatment room at the moment but hope to have that up and running again in May.
For health reasons I will no longer do massage work and concentrate entirely on Aromatic Kinesiology and stress management.
In the planning are a new version of my ‘Natural Year’ course and short workshops on Kinesiology, Changes in subtle energies in 2012 and beyond and the Chinese Five Elements.
You will find details of this in the next newsletter, due around Easter.
TAKE FIVE. If you are interested in any of my courses that have been on offer in the past, all you have to do is get 5 friends together, contact me and we can decide on a date, time and price and you will get your place FREE. On offer are: colour-healing, chakras, introduction to kinesiology, and angel-workshop.
All course details can be found on the courses and workshops link on the website at www.manondemoor.co.uk
OIL OF THE MONTH
Lime (citrus aurantifolia) It will bring calm and ease together with harmony and uplifting feelings. It is also good for beating bugs.
FINALLY - Please don’t forget to register with me if you haven’t already done so – go to www.manondemoor.co.uk go to the “Contact us” Button and register.
I close with a poem that is very close to my heart at the moment.
There is a time to stop travelling..
To get off other people’s subways
To halt airplanes from landing in your life.
A time to refuel yourself
A time to be snowbound
Within your own private space
Where the only number you dial
Is your own.
Natasha Lynne Vodges