Author Suze Casey coming to Winds of Change

Suze Casey will be in the downtown Courtenay store from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Friday

Comox Valley book enthusiasts are in for a rare treat this Friday.

Winds of Change is bringing in well-known Hay House author Suze Casey.

She will be in the downtown Courtenay store from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. with an option of a Flip Your Switch Workshop later that day; interested people must contact her directly!

Tired of beating yourself up with negative thoughts? Ready to clear the way for supportive, positive ones?

What if you could reset those damaging old thought patterns “flipping the switch” with ease? Are you interested in learning about an autopilot option for positive thinking?

Meet author, educator, speaker and radio personality Suze Casey who will support you in taming that nasty Inner Critic by proactively strengthening your personal Inner Coach.

For more information about her, visit

Winds of Change is at 357B Fifth St.. Phone 250-338-5095 or e-mail for details or just show up. Books will be available.

— Winds of Change

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