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Reiki Awakening Academy Launches Online Innovative Face-to-Face Intuitive Development on the Internet
Date:9/27/2011

ners have been limited by access to training in the past. RAA makes training possible for anyone, anytime and in any place."  

RAA takes a holistic approach toward energy healing and training offering classes in the business of healing, aromatherapy and the chakra system and in increasing intuition.

About Reiki Awakening Academy

Alice Langholt has been practicing Reiki since 2004. She is founder of Reiki Awakening and Reiki Awakening Academy. Ms. Langholt has developed "Practical Reiki," a simple and powerful Reiki approach that fits the busy lifestyle of people today. She instructs students in the art of Practical Reiki, energy healing and intuition. Her new book, Practical Reiki: for balance, well being and vibrant health. A guide to a simple, revolutionary energy healing method, is available on Amazon and many other online and local book stores.

Reiki Awakening Academy has eight instructors and offers convenient evening classes as well the opportunity to view previously recorded classes online. There is rolling admission throughout the year, with single workshops, three- and four-session classes, and ongoing programs available to fit students' interests and schedule. Reiki Awakening Academy can be found online at ReikiAwakeningAcademy.com.

Contact:

Alice Langholt, Executive Director
Reiki Awakening Academy
216-469-2499
alice@reikiawakeningacademy.com
http://www.ReikiAwakeningAcademy.com


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