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Natural Awakenings Westchester / Putnam / Dutchess New York

Energy Healing Workshops Set for April and May in Lagrangeville: Students will learn the energy healing techniques of scanning, radiant and color healing and the six sacred self-healing practices to clear blockages and release stress.

Mar 30, 2018 04:20PM

Penny Price Lavin and Ron Lavin

One Light Healing Touch (OLHT) Energy Healing & Mystery School, which has two locations in Dutchess County, will present Day of Healing workshops April 29 and May 12 at their Lagrangeville school. “Students will learn the energy healing techniques of scanning, radiant and color healing and the six sacred self-healing practices to clear blockages and release stress,” says Penny Price Lavin, associate director of OLHT and the Lagrangeville instructor.

In addition, Lavin will present OLHT workshops at Sacred Space in Beacon on April 8, Garrison Library on April 15 and Lagrangeville on April 22.

OLHT School teaches 33 advanced energy-healing techniques and 50 self-healing practices for healing oneself and others. “The work increases our health, awareness and creativity, while helping us fulfill our purpose for being,” Lavin says. “The school is tailored to those seeking personal growth and all health-care professionals. The training serves the novice and advanced energy practitioner alike and honors all spiritual traditions.”

Lavin is an award-winning filmmaker whose works include the documentary The Healing Field: Exploring Energy and Consciousness, which can be seen on PBS, Gaia.com, Amazon and Netflix.

In Lagrangeville, she teaches with guest lecturer Ron Lavin, an energy healer who has participated in five landmark studies with the National Institutes of Health. Their 18-day school will meet June through November. Sharon Johnston and Karen Ransom are co-instructors at OLHT’s second Dutchess location, in Rhinebeck. Their school will meet September through March.

The cost to attend a Day of Healing workshop is $150. For more info, visit OLHT1.com or contact Penny Lavin at 845.878.5165 or [email protected].