Learn about self-acceptance at Oaktree

Errington event to show how to turn self-judgment into self-acceptance

A free event with healthy delicious food from the Healing Gourmet, laughter yoga and a presentation on transforming self-judgement into self-acceptance is taking place at the Oaktree Energy Medicine Centre in Errington on Saturday, May 26.

Gudrun Eichhorst is an emotional health coach and she said her open house event is an opportunity for people to learn a bit more about the connection between emotional and physical health.

This is the third open house Eichhorst has hosted at her centre in Errington and she said everyone is invited to enjoy a day of all around health and well being from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Eichhorst will be presenting a workshop that was well received at the Health and Wellness Fair in Parksville back in February.

Eichhorst said the workshop from the 3 to 4 p.m. entitled Transforming Self-Judgement into Self-Acceptance will introduce people to some simple and effective healing tools that can help them to feel at peace with who they are.

“It is all about creating a relationship with yourself and finding acceptance of who you are and finding peace within yourself.  Miracles can happen when you get to a place of inner acceptance.  It is easy to forgive someone else rather than yourself.  Its all about helping people to have an experience,” she said.

Eichhorst works with people who feel stuck and emotionally overwhelmed which can cause unexplained chronic pain and anxieties.

She said her methods combined with nutritional advice can help people find relief.

“They become more peaceful and can sleep again,” she stated but said people need to be open to a mind body approach and be willing to move out of old patterns.

“Sometimes it takes a lot of pain for someone to reach out.  People will say that they are strong and don’t need help but we all need help at one time or another.”

The open house at Oaktee Energy Medicine Centre at 1430 Grafton Avenue in Errington goes from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on May 26.

 

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