Hi this is Marc.  I am here for the next 3 weeks (and having a ball — I love this city!) and looking for temporary accommodation.  If you are able to provide this, please write marc@wpacademy.com or else call or text (603) 758-4171. I am happy to contribute financially or in other ways.

Love,

Marc

 

My friend Randy Goldberg will again offering a Family Constellation Workshop in the Philadelphia area on Sunday.  Family Constellation is a powerful, caring, and inexpensive way to heal unresolved or challenging issues in your own life and family. The timing is 1-6pm Sunday April 3rd in Upper Dublin, and the cost is only $100.

More details and registration information here.

Randy Goldberg LMT is a graduate of the DC Hellinger Institute, and of advanced studies in Family Constellation with Heinz Stark of Germany. He is a former Yoga monk, Craniosacral therapist, and a world renowned-astrologer interviewed by the Washington Post, NPR, and CNN. He facilitates Family Constellation therapy for individuals and groups. More info. at www.randygoldberg.org

Love,

Marc

(writing from Dharamsala, India!)

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