January 27, 2019 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Verity Club
111d Queen Street East
Kristi Stangeland
Ancient Wisdom for Modern Times: Clearing the Way for 2019 @ Verity Club

Live Your Priorities in 2019! 

This event will help you gain the knowledge, tools, and skills to clear obstacles that are blocking you, and set priorities that come from within. Design the year ahead in ways that align with your priorities and your heart’s desires.

Discover how 2019 can be the year when you finally break the cycle of intentions and resolutions that go unmet.

About the Presenter

Dr. Anita Shack DC, BFA, is a Toronto based Chiropractor who uses Chiropractic, Acupuncture, and Craniosacral Therapy to facilitate change and wellness for her patients. She is a published researcher and an international speaker and teacher. She explores holistic context in her work and her workshops that are designed to increase personal awareness leading to improved health on multiple levels.

Dr. Shack draws on her expertise as a health care practitioner for over 30 years, her varied life experiences, and her over 25 year study of earth based and spiritual healing paradigms. She creatively weaves knowledge from these ancient traditions into experiential workshops. She is an insightful and caring teacher, creating safe and supportive environments to facilitate learning, change, and healing.

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