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New Specialists Teaching at Wellness Center for Pets and Their People

Jan 31, 2014 12:11AM

 

 

The Wellness Center for Pets and Their People at Hasting Farm has added three new teachers that specialize in human health and spiritual growth: Master Herbalist and Nutritionist Nick Kleinsmith, Shaman Mike Wann and Lori Regan, owner of Shine Essential Oils.

Kleinsmith creates his own herbal remedies, tinctures and teas, and offers counseling sessions, as well as cooking and herbal health classes. Wann, a gifted shaman, healer, seer, card reader and artist, uses crystals, wood and shells to create instruments that raise clients’ vibrational energy. Regan applies her vast knowledge of the plant kingdom to harvest and distill ingredients, creating oils, salves, ointments, tinctures and flower essences.

The Wellness Center for Pets and Their People at Hasting Farm is an educational center providing alternative, holistic therapies that integrate body, mind and spirit for the well-being of pets and their two-legged companions. The center is committed to emphasizing the interconnectedness of all life and sharing information that will aid people in making decisions about their health and that of their pet.

 

Location: 1214 Tulpehocken Rd., Richland. For more information, including class schedule, call 717-675-4136, email [email protected] or visit Facebook.com/wcpphf.

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