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Reiki Master Training Series

Master is a title, mastery is a lifelong process

Registration closes on Febrary 16. 

$100 registration fee is required to hold your space. Please see registration note below. 

This series requires a commitment to a full year of training, beginning with the workshop on February 23. Please carefully review the details below before registering.

This year-long apprenticeship will further open your potential to develop a deeper connection to Reiki. This is a program for people who are interested in learning advanced Reiki techniques but are not interested in teaching Reiki at this time. You will receive a Reiki Master Healers Certificate upon completion of this program. This is a path that you can continue to explore and grow as long as you remain a seeker.

Course Content:    

Who: Anyone who has completed Reiki Level One and Reiki Level Two training (at Wellspring or with another Reiki Master).

What to bring: Your own lunch (for workshop), water bottle and travel mug for hot beverages. All materials, beverages, snacks and dessert are provided.

Note: This program requires a commitment to do all of the following during the year: 

** Date and time for the final practice and ceremony will be based on participant availabity.

Registration: Please call Stacy Armstrong at 610-398-6975 or email to register at least two weeks prior to the first workshop. Online registration and payment is not available for this workshop. Send payments to Stacy Armstrong, 5071 Roth Rd., Orefield, PA  18069.
Instructor: Stacy Armstrong
Fee: $325 (includes workshop and 3 subsequent training sessions, pay in full at workshop)
“It is extremely important to investigate the causes or origins of suffering. One must begin that process by appreciating the impermanent, transient nature of our existence. All things, events and phenomena are dynamic, changing every moment, nothing remains static. Meditating on one’s blood circulation could serve to reinforce this idea: the blood is constantly flowing, it never stands still….”
— His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama