The healing power of flowers

With spring and summer around the corner, Sarah Brune is making people aware that flowers have many powers, including healing.

Sarah Brune is channelling the healing powers of flowers

With spring and summer around the corner, Sarah Brune is making people aware that flowers have many powers, including healing.

Brune, of Inner Harmony Healing, will be showcasing her business April 10 at the Comox Valley Spirit Fair at the K’omoks First Nation Band Hall  from 10 am to 4 pm.

The event is open to the public to spend the day and mingle amongst holistic practitioners, clairvoyants, mediums, astrologers and more.

During the course of the day Brune will be doing a presentation entitled ‘The benefits of the Bach Flower Remedies’ and explaining how they can help people and pets alike.

“The Bach Flowers are very much like life’s safety net, they are there to assist when life seems to be spinning out of control, and help to put you back in control. The remedies can help with depression, fear, life’s vocation and general decision making,” she said.

At her booth, Brune will be available to answer any questions in addition to signing copies of her book Bach Flower Reflections, while the famous rescue remedy will also be on hand, which can assist in stressful situations.

To learn more about the remedies, Brune is slated to be teaching the Bach International Education Program, Level One seminar in May (Nanaimo) and October (Vancouver).

For information about the remedies and upcoming seminars, Brune can be contacted at 250-331-3228 or

Inner Harmony Healing


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