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Kathy Casey
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Kathy Casey has studied and worked with the healing power of touch since 1995.
Kathy Casey has studied and worked with the healing power of touch since 1995.

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I can still email gift certificates in time for Christmas
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Looking for a unique holiday gift for that special someone? Give the gift of therapeutic massage and/or reiki. Buy yours today at
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Self Massage for your neck: Got a crick in your neck from staring at the computer screen all day?

Place your hand behind your neck while you grasp & knead. Then use your thumb to press against the side of your neck. Rub your thumb slowly up & down along the side of your neck using the amount of pressure that feels good to you. Tilting your head towards the side you’re massaging will shorten your muscles & allow you to get a deeper, more intense massage. Once you’ve knocked out the knots on one side of your neck, switch hands & repeat the process on the other side.
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Opportunity to Learn Reiki
Reiki Level I Class – Saturday, June 27, 2015 @ 1:30
Learn reiki techniques in a class that is a combination of discussion, attunements, and experience. Practice time includes giving and receiving a complete Reiki treatment for self and others. You will receive a manual and certificate of completion. $150

Sign Up Here: http://excellenceintouch.com/schedule/
Click on the drop down menu that says “Services” and select “Classes”
Scroll down to the Reiki Class and Select Class
Fill in the necessary information
Click “book it”
You will receive a confirmation

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"If you aren’t having fun… you aren’t doing it right.”
Jordan Syatt
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“Weekends are a bit like rainbows; they look good from a distance but disappear when you get up close to them.’ 
John Shirley
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