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Bach Flower Remedies course offered

Sarah Brune of Inner Harmony Healing has been in business nine years.  - PHOTO SUBMITTED
Sarah Brune of Inner Harmony Healing has been in business nine years.
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Anxious or afraid but don’t know why?

Indecisive, stressed or mired in procrastination?

For the last nine years Sarah Brune of Inner Harmony Healing has been assisting people to overcome such emotional patterns. The Bach Flower Remedies, which are natural treatments, can help you get back on track toward the emotionally healthy life you deserve.

To celebrate her ninth anniversary Brune is offering an Introductory Course on the Flower Remedies of Dr. Edward Bach Saturday and Sunday in Comox. Participants will learn how to use the remedies to reduce stress, alleviate worry and improve well-being.

During her nine years in business, Brune has become a Bach Foundation registered practitioner, author of the book Bach Flower Reflections, and one of a handful of educators in Canada. In 2008 she was the recipient of the Home Based Business Association’s Business of the Year Award.

For more information call 250-331-3228 or visit www.bachflowerscanada.com.

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