Reiki Sample Sessions Offered at Relay for Life, Cape Ann. Saturday. June 20th

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Relay for Life Cape Ann

Saturday. June 20th. Relay for Life, Cape Ann.
In its 14th year the Relay for Life, Cape Ann raises money for the American Cancer Society.
Relay for Life, Cape Ann. 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm. Burnham Field. Gloucester MA.
To find out more about the Relay for Life and how you can donate –
Sample Reiki Sessions from 3:00 – 7:00 pm at the Survivors Tent. 
Free to participants of the Relay. ‘By Donation’ for others. (100% of Donations to Benefit the Relay for Life.) Join us if you can, and enjoy a sample of Reiki for relaxation, rest and renewal.
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Reiki in Healthcare and Hospitals

Having worked with many patients/clients receiving treatment for cancer, initially as a bedside nurse and now as an RN/Reiki Provider, this event speaks to my heart.  These patients undergoing treatment for cancer and receiving Reiki have relayed “a greater sense of HOPE.”
“Hope is the thing with feathers– That perches in the soul– And sings the tune without words– And never stops–at all…” – Emily Dickinson

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HOPE Never Stops

~ Remembering those we’ve lost. Honoring and supporting those in treatment. ~
~ Commemorating survivors …, with Gratitude. ~

Karen Pischke B.S.N., R.N., Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Reiki Teacher/Shihan, Tobacco Treatment Specialist. In addition to a private wellness business, Karen has been employed as the RN/Reiki Provider and Hypnotherapist at NSMC, RN/Reiki Provider at Mass General Cancer Center (Danvers and Boston,) and currently is the RN/Reiki Provider at Lahey Danvers Outpatient Center/for the Pain Management Integrative Healthcare. Owner/Founder of Dreamtime Wellness™ Since 2000. Promoting Optimal Wellness for Body, Mind & Spirit. More information can be found at – Follow on Facebook –

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