I am proud to announce the newly published book of my teachers, Jamy & Peter Faust, "The Constellation Approach: Finding Peace Through Your Family Lineage" is now available via Constellation Approach Website and at The Tree of Life Holistic Center. This will be our reference for the remaining Constellation Evening Classes and the 2016-17 classes and beyond. For more information on attending Jamy & Peter's Immersion Program or one of their day seminars, please click here. I am also hoping to host them in the future at The Tree of Life Holistic Center for a two-day seminar.
A Holistic Therapeutic Approach...
Through my own life experiences and challenges, I learned that by facing life through our strengths while going deep within, we are able to live life from a stronger perspective and handle challenges that arise in a new and thriving way.
It was through these experiences, I learned that venturing on a holistic journey of healing gives us the opportunity to learn healthy coping skills, effective methods of communicating our heartfelt needs and desires to ourselves and others, while bringing peace and healing to our Souls. This led me to create Constellation Healing Arts, a place for others to learn about and use their own bravery, courage, and power to heal and create peace within and with others.
A holistic therapeutic approach, to me, is alive, complex, fluid, and continuously unfolding. It is exploring and nourishing the WHOLE of the person via its parts, Body-Mind-Soul-Spirit, interconnections, patterns, and energies in order to support personal, familial, and universal healing (physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual).
It integrates modalities such as Shamanic Family Healing via the Constellation Approach™, Mind-Body-Soul connection theories, energy theories, Reiki, mindfulness meditation, guided imagery, body awareness, humor and positivity, person-centeredness and more as well as workshops, classes, groups, and retreats within a sacred, safe, and positive atmosphere:
"When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be." Lao Tzu