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Welsh Tree LLC Proudly Presents the Release of the Celtic Pathways CD by Jason Evans, in Time for Saint Patrick's Day
Date:3/8/2010

thways has been proven to be the tool to accomplish just that.

Regular meditation practice has been shown to reduce anxiety, stress, worry, depression and insomnia and should be considered as a genuine treatment either alone or in conjunction with other therapies and counseling as prescribed by a doctor.

Jason Evans is a life coach, motivational speaker, meditation teacher and founder of Welsh Tree, LLC. Originally from Wales, Jason worked in the field of social work for 15 years with individuals, families, veterans, homelessness, mental illness, addiction and physical disabilities, teaching each individual client the life skills required to be a success in the modern world. During this time he developed additional methods that were both practical and spiritual that could elevate a person's recovery above and beyond the methods taught in conventional healthcare. This practice not only added to their recovery but enforced their effectiveness and resilience and led them to a sense of fulfillment and inner calm. Called to serve the wider community with his unique insight and extensive experience, Jason now dedicates all of his time to following his spiritual calling to teach people how to heal their mind, body and spirit. He does this by sharing his own unique mix of gentle spiritual awakening techniques within a framework of real world solutions to his corporate clients and individuals in both Europe and the US. Jason is a prolific writer and contributes articles to national newspapers and magazines as well as guest spots on television and radio.

John Good is a multi instrumentalist, a songwriter and poet. Born in Wales, John has played all over Europe and now lives in the USA. http://www.tramormusic.com/

Welsh Tree was established in Phoenix, Arizona to provide groundbreaking inspirational training and publishing to individuals, corporation
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