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Sunday, 15th October 2017

Thank you to the Planetary Healing family for volunteering and to all people from our community who came. Together we raise £ 1,556 for our charitable projects here in Scotland.


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Workshops • Readings • Holistic Therapies • Holistic Shop • Bee Stall • Vegetarian Cafe


Timetable for the day:

2pm - Set up - helpers very welcome

2:45pm - Opening Ceremony

3pm to 4pm - Workshop 1 - Self-Empowerment - Meditation with Sound - With Mark Halliday and Claudia Goncalves

4pm to 5pm - Workshop 2 - Morgana Speaks - Storytelling - With Margot Daru-Elliot as Morgana

5pm to 6pm - Workshop 3 - Connection and Intuition - With Anne Henderson

6pm to 7pm - Workshop 4 - Shamanic Journey Through Dance - With Mandy Peat

7pm to 8pm - Workshop 5 - "The hidden life of trees" talk and meditation - With Dhyana Huggins

8pm to 9pm - Workshop 6 - Sacred Sound Journey - With Claudia Goncalves and Emma Stout

9pm - Closing Ceremony

9pm ownwards: Everyone is invited to help tidy up the hall at the end. Thank you for your support!


Holistic Therapies:

Feather Stone Energy Healing, Angel Healing with Jade Jasmine;

Reiki, Indian Head Massage with Ali Taylor;

EFT with Jill Dowling;

Shamanic Healing, Drum Healing with Annie Crombie;

EFT, Indian Head Massage with Ann Fowler;

Reiki, Angel Healing, Feather Stone Energy Healing with Dot Forest.

Other therapies to be confirmed. If you would like to volunteer, please kindly contact Claudia.


Bee Stall: Carol Talbot


Readings: Dot Forest, Mandy Peat, Anne Henderson, Jade Jasmin.



Workshop: £10 / £9 / £7 / £5 ( High, Medium, Low income, Benefits)

Therapies (20 min): £10

Readings (20 min): £10

Vegetarian Food: £5

Coffee, tea and cake: £1

Entrance: £1

All money raised will go to the Planetary Healing Charity to support its charitable projects with the community.

How to get to the venue

By Bus: Take any bus to the City centre that can take you to Princes Street, East End. From there it is just a few minutes walking. Old Saint Pauls is behind Waverly train Station.

By Train: Stop at Waverley Station and Old Saint Paul's Hall is situated at the back of of the station: 2 minutes walk.




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More info: 075 0443 8763


Come along and invite your family and friends! We look forward to seeing you!

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